Fire Risk Assessments For Offices

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Fire Risk Assessments For Offices

For a fully comprehensive risk assessment in your office space, call us here at Absolute Health Fire Safety. We’re specialists in fire risk assessments for offices and have worked in hundreds of organisation buildings to attain a thorough assessment. Hopefully after reading this you will want to give us a call on 0113 418 2911 to book your fire risk assessment appointment with us or use our contact form.

In accordance with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, buildings that have five or more regular occupants are legally obliged to have a fire risk assessment done. Being compliant in this way will mean you will have evidence that you’re safeguarding your building from fire and also avoid any awkward conversations with law enforcement. 

Don’t put it off anymore, fire safety is so important and there could be some serious changes needed that could save someone’s life one day. We are the experts and would love to help make a difference to your organisation. 

From large office spaces to small ones, we can help. We provide fire risk assessments for offices across Yorkshire covering LeedsBradfordSheffieldYorkBarnsleyDoncasterHalifax, and many more areas.

Fire Risk Assessments For Offices

Keeping staff members and occupants of your office building safe should be an absolute priority. There are so many potential hazards within an office that it makes having a fire risk assessment even more important to do regularly. Although it’s a legality to obtain one under The Fire Safety (Regulatory Reform) Order of 2005, we would recommend doing one annually as a lot can change in a year. Come and chat to us first to discuss your best course of action.

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There’s actually no real requirement under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 about how regularly to do a fire risk assessment. We would always recommend doing one every year for your office space however this is to ensure you keep on top of it on a regular basis. You could safely get away with having one done every 2-3 years in reality. This is a short enough time for your current documentation to be relevant but long enough for serious changes to happen since the last time you did one.

Why Choose Absolute Health Fire Safety?

We take a friendly but firm stance on fire safety. Fire risk assessments are seriously important to keep track of so having us on board will ensure you’re kept in the loop and up to date with crucial information. We’re specialists in fire risk assessments and have had lots of experience in many sectors, in particular with offices. Our pricing is fair and our risk assessment process is thorough.

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We have a five step approach to our fire risk assessments which cover the following areas. We will firstly identify all the potential fire hazards in the office space. Then we will find the people who are are at risk the most to those hazards before evaluating what to do with those people or hazards. Final steps include recording findings, providing training if required and then repeating all these steps every couple of years or so with another assessment.

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

The answer to this can depend on the size of your office space. Typically our fire risk assessments for offices take around 2-3 hours from start to finish. However, logically if your office is humungous then there will be more area to investigate and document on so it will take longer.

We have an extensive range of fire safety and protection services and products which includes comprehensive fire safety training. Our main services include fire risk assessments, fire safety training courses and fire warden training too. We work on a series of projects that help you keep in line with  The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and to ultimately stay safe from fire.