Fire risk assessment in Newcastle is required for non-domestic properties. According to The Fire Safety Order, you are responsible for making sure a fire risk assessment is carried out if you occupy the premises, own the property, or you are the employer or landlord. You can appoint a building manager to attend to that responsibility. This applies to commercial, public and multi-occupied buildings. A fire risk assessment should be regularly reviewed and any risks must be made known to building occupants. Fire safety measures are taken including an emergency plan and fire safety training and instruction. You will have a written record identifying fire hazards and those at risk. It will detail the possibility of reducing or removing the risks.
There are risk assessment guides available for every type of public and commercial building. The safe and sure way to secure, in Newcastle, fire risk assessment and reports is to contact us at H Roberts & Son. We’ve been established since 1907. Our engineers are certified and our operating standards meet or exceed British Standards. We sell and maintain fire safety equipment but among our services is fire safety training and risk assessments. We are clear about all government guidelines for every type of business. We’ll keep your fire risk down and keep you legal including the required written assessment and regular updates. If we find fire risks we can assist with putting the proper safety measures in place and if possible eliminate the risk.
Fire risk assessment in Newcastle and following up with recommended safety measures is the most important services you undertake for your employees, tenants, customers. It’s important to your own financial investment in the real property and business equipment. Your insurance company will want to know about your fire safety efforts as well. Contact H. Roberts & Son for a thorough and complete assessment. Domestic homeowners are not required to conduct a fire risk assessment. However, if you’ve never had one for your home, consider calling us and letting us walk through. While conducting the assessment we will be making your family aware of some safety measures you can undertake together.