FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT Any business with staff of 5 people or more, must carry out a fire risk assessment. Eagle Security Systems will visit your premises and set up a fire assessment plan using a standard format which is both government and insurance industry approved (PAS 79). The Assessor will go through the PAS 79 form with you and the subjects it will cover are, Premises Description & Use, Persons at risk, History of Arson/Fire, Fire Hazards and Preventative Measures, Sources of Ignition, Fuel & Oxygen, Means of Escape, Compartmentation and Fire Separation, Fire Detection & Warning System, Emergency Lighting, Portable & Fixed Firefighting Equipment, Facilities for Fire & Rescue Services, Signage, Emergency Plan, Fire Safety Information & Training, Testing & Maintenance, Management & Record Keeping and at the end of the process we will suggest an Action Plan to take you forward. A risk assessment should be reviewed regularly, especially if any changes take place, such as an increase in people, building work and changes to floor plans. The Responsible Person (also known as your Competent Person) in your business must carry out and regularly review the fire safety risk assessment of the premises. The Fire risk assessment legislation in the Government Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 outlines, your Responsible Person must take reasonable steps to reduce the risk from fire and make sure people can safely escape if one breaks out. BE SAFE, BE LEGAL, MEET YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS For a free, no obligation quote ring 0115 9441234.
FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT Any business with staff of 5 people or more, must carry out a fire risk assessment. Eagle Security Systems will visit your premises and set up a fire assessment plan using a standard format which is both government and insurance industry approved (PAS 79). The Assessor will go through the PAS 79 form with you and the subjects it will cover are, Premises Description & Use, Persons at risk, History of Arson/Fire, Fire Hazards and Preventative Measures, Sources of Ignition, Fuel & Oxygen, Means of Escape, Compartmentation and Fire Separation, Fire Detection & Warning System, Emergency Lighting, Portable & Fixed Firefighting Equipment, Facilities for Fire & Rescue Services, Signage, Emergency Plan, Fire Safety Information & Training, Testing & Maintenance, Management & Record Keeping and at the end of the process we will suggest an Action Plan to take you forward. A risk assessment should be reviewed regularly, especially if any changes take place, such as an increase in people, building work and changes to floor plans. The Responsible Person (also known as your Competent Person) in your business must carry out and regularly review the fire safety risk assessment of the premises. The Fire risk assessment legislation in the Government Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 outlines, your Responsible Person must take reasonable steps to reduce the risk from fire and make sure people can safely escape if one breaks out. BE SAFE, BE LEGAL, MEET YOUR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS For a free, no obligation quote ring 0115 9441234.