A Fire Risk Assessment is a legal requirement for all workplaces and properties barring a few exceptions
Residential blocks, houses converted to apartments, offices, shops, town halls and churches all require a fire risk assessment. It is the person with control of the premises (the responsible person) who is legally obliged to have the Fire Risk Assessment completed; see our FAQs page to find out if you are the responsible person.
Article 9 of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO) requires that “The responsible person must make suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks to which… relevant persons are exposed”. This means most business’s and properties will need a written Fire Risk Assessment completed by a competent person.
An expert Fire Risk Assessment company like FastR Solutions can identify the risks that you may overlook, this not only ensures you are compliant but have some protection should you be visited by the enforcing authorities.
Astonishingly, in excess of 60,000 inspections are conducted by enforcement authorities every year and hundreds of these visits result in sanctions, because of inadequacies in Fire Risk Assessments, Failures to implement basic fire safety management or a lack of training for staff.
Sanctions range from enforcement notices to heavy fines and prison sentences (due to a complete lack of a fire risk assessment, or a fire risk assessment which is deemed to be “unsuitable and insufficient”). These easily resolved problems put you, employees and the general public at risk, but can only be addressed once a suitable & sufficient assessment has been done.
So whether you need a type 1 assessment or a full on type 4 assessment FastR Solutions team of experienced fire risk assessors can help.
- Choosing the right Fire Risk Assessor.
- Why Choose Us?
- Have an existing Fire Risk Assessment?
- Fire Safety Training?
It is essential to choose the right fire risk assessor as getting it wrong can be costly. FastR Solutions highly qualified and experienced assessors have been providing fire risk assessments since 2005 when the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into force.
Our expertise and realistic approach will furnish you with a “suitable and sufficient” comprehensive fire risk assessment; which is easy to understand and free of unnecessary clutter or jargon.
Our Fire risk assessments utilise the PAS 79 standard for Life Safety; they are written to help you comply with the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Specialising in the Block Management industry providing Fire Risk Assessments and advice to some of the countries most well know management companies and developers we are the singular best choice for any property manager who wants an expert service from specialists in Fire Risk Assessment.
Our expertise covers but is not restricted to: -
- Residential Blocks
- Retirement Schemes
- Converted Houses
- Mixed Use Schemes &
FastR Solutions are a Fire Risk Assessment provider who concentrate on providing a Fire Risk Assessment service. We do not actively sell fire safety equipment nor do service fire alarms etc.
So when you engage us to to do your Fire Risk Assessment you can be sure any recommendations are based on what you need, not what we can sell you.
A Fire Risk Assessment should offer you peace of mind, knowing that you have fulfilled your responsibilities and received the right level of service from your fire risk assessor. That is why you need to choose your fire risk assessment company with care.
With our expertise and realistic approach we will furnish you with a “suitable and sufficient” comprehensive fire risk assessment based on the PAS79 standards for life safety; which is easy to understand and free of unnecessary clutter or jargon. So you comply with the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 whilst being clear and concise.
Although we love working for our clients in the West Midlands, we travel up and down the country daily completing fire risk assessments. Our dedicated Fire Risk Assessors carryout in excess of 300 Fire Risk Assessments per annum in London alone.
If you have as suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment already in place there may be no need to have another one done.However, there is a growing trend by professional bodies that want a fire risk assessment dated within the last 12-24 months particularly when selling a property.
But did you know that your fire risk assessment needs to be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure it is still “suitable & sufficient”? This should be done at least annually, when there are changes to the property or if it is thought to be no longer valid.
There are many reasons why your risk assessment should be reviewed from legal and environmental changes to changes of use or users of the building. If you need help to review your risk assessment then contact us, and one of our highly qualified fire risk assessors will be able to help.
There is a requirement under Article 21 of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order to provide Fire Safety Training to employees.
FastR Solutions provide a range of fire safety training courses both in-house and open access including: -
All evacuation chair training is based at your premises If you need an in-house fire safety training course we will tailor the content to suit your company policies and procedures.
Check out our Fire Safety Training page for more details.