Fire Risk Assessments For Factories & Warehouses

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Fire Risk Assessments For Factories & Warehouses

Absolute Health Fire Safety provide comprehensive fire risk assessments for factories and warehouses. It’s paramount that you comply with the latest fire safety legislations in line with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 for your factory/warehouse to ensure maximum fire safety and to avoid any hefty prosecutions.

Get in touch with AHFS on 0113 418 2911 or use our online contact form to arrange your fire risk assessment today and ensure full compliance.

The purpose of a fire risk assessments for a factory and/or warehouse is to maximise fire safety for all and review regularly to it’s up to date with latest changes in regards to equipment and facilities. It is the responsibility of the owner of the business or the responsible person (RP) to arrange for a fire risk assessment to be carried out by an accredited and reputable company just like Absolute Health Fire Safety.

We provide fire risk assessments for warehouses across Yorkshire covering Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield, York, Barnsley, Doncaster, Halifax, and many more areas. Get in touch with us today! 

Fire Risk Assessments For Factories

As the responsible person (RP) or owner of the factory, it’s paramount to keep all staff and visitors safe when they are at your premises. Within factories and warehouses, there are a number of fire safety hazards that should be carefully identified. Those identified fire safety hazards should then be eliminated and/or the risk should be significantly reduced. For example, faulty electrical appliances can catch fire and present a real fire risk. Therefore, a plan should be in place to regularly check and review.

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Fire Risk Assessment Reviews

As well as it being a legal requirement in-line with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to conduct an initial fire risk assessment, you should also review your risk assessments document(s) at least once annually. Although this is not a strict legal requirement or obligation, it’s highly recommend for the safety of your premises and people. Within factories and warehouses, things can change quickly and fire risks should be kept on top off for best practices.


Why Choose Absolute Health Fire Safety?

Absolute Health Fire Safety are proud to be your 5-star rated fire risk assessment company. Our trusted and reputable team have conducted fire risk assessments for all types and sizes of warehouses/factories to maximum fire safety. We are able to cover the entirety of Yorkshire including locations such as Wakefield, Huddersfield, Doncaster, and the surrounding areas. AHFS provide a personable service and will ensure you are comfortable with fire safety plans before leaving your premises.

Contact us to book your Fire Risk Assessment now !

There are a number of fire risks within factories and warehouses that should be identified and evaluated. Different types of potential risks may include flammable liquids, packing materials, stored goods, and lighting. One of the most common ways that fires can start within warehouse or factories is through faulty electrical equipment and appliances.

You will get a comprehensive document of our visit for your fire risk assessment at your warehouse/factory. This will be tangible evidence that one has taken place by an accredited company should the authorities ask for proof.

How long a fire risk assessment takes will largely depend on the size of your factory or warehouse. For a typical assessment conducted at your average premises, it is likely to take around 4-5 hours from start to finish. We will inform you from the start how long your assessment is likely to take an always keep you in the loop.

Absolute Health Fire Safety and all accredited fire risk assessment companies should conduct fire risk assessments covering the FIVE key points. The first step of an assessments begins with identifying all potential fire risks throughout your premises. This is followed up by identifying the people who are most at risk from those potential fire hazards, and evaluating and reducing the risk. Further steps include recording, planning, and reviewing your document(s) on an annual basis.