Fire Risk Assessments start from just £180-00
Fire Safety Services
JCH Safety LTD can help your business or organisation become compliant with the requirements put in place under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
The RRFSO makes it mandatory for all companies to provide fire risk assessments throughout all the premises your business operates in. The order applies to virtually all premises and covers nearly every type of building, structure and open space.
For example, it applies to:
• offices and shops;
• premises that provide care, including care homes and hospitals;
• community halls, places of worship and othercommunity premises;
• the shared areas of properties several households live in (housing laws may also apply);
• pubs, clubs and restaurants;
• schools and sports centres;
• tents and marquees;
• hotels and hostels; and
• factories and warehouses.
It does not apply to:
• people’s private homes, including individual flats in a block or house
The main requirements of the RRFSO are that you must:
• carry out a fire-risk assessment identifying any possible dangers and risks;
• consider who may be especially at risk;
• get rid of or reduce the risk from fire as far as is reasonably possible and provide general fire precautions to deal with any possible risk left;
• take other measures to make sure there is protection if flammable or explosive materials are used or stored;
• create a plan to deal with any emergency and, in most cases, keep a record of your findings; and review your findings when necessary
Fire Safety Services
JCH Safety LTD can help ensure your organisation is up to date with the latest health and safety regulations protecting your staff, customers, service users and your business from the possible effects of prosecution. If you’d like more information please feel free to get in touch today and find out how we can help your business.
Remember, if your responsible for a building then it is your responsibility to ensure that you have the appropriate fire safety arrangements in place. Failing to do this could result in you being prosecuted if an accident was to happen and you fail to have the correct procedures in place.
We can help with:
- Fire risk assessment
- Fire safety policy
- Fire procedures
- Fire drills
- Fire log books
- Fire awareness training