Fire Safety Services
Fire Risk Assessments
JCH Safety provide fire risk assessment services to organisations across Coventry and the West Midlands. It is vital to ensure that your fire prevention measures are the best they can be. Fire safety starts with a fire risk assessment to determine what fire hazards exist at your property and to assess whether your existing controls are suitable for managing them. Fire risk assessments are required by law and are fundamental to meeting your legal duties to protect your staff from the risk of fire. The recent Grenfell Tower disaster has highlighted the dangers of fire and smoke. Make sure your fire safety is compliant by using JCH Safety’s experts to measure how you are doing and to offer you advice about what you need to do to make your building safe.
We provide risk assessments to all types of premises including offices, warehouses, schools, churches, care homes, factories and more. We have trained, advanced-assessors who want to make your work environment safer!
We offer a very competitive, fixed price service where your assessment is carried out by a qualified fire safety professional. We are members of the Institution of Fire Engineers, IOSH, the Fire Protection Association and IIRSM. Ensure your fire safety by using experts.
Our services include:
- Fire risk assessments
- Fire safety policies
- Fire evacuation procedures
- Fire drills
- Fire log books
- Fire awareness training
- Fire marshal training
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