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A guide for persons with duties under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

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The risk assessment team will provide you with your final report. This document will include an easily to follow action plan and recommendations. 

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  • Prioritise communication. we aim to reply to every email request & phone call within a short time frame. Often instantly.

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Is A Fire Risk Assessment A Legal Requirement?

Yes, Compliance is mandatory if you fit in any of the below categories:

  • An employer or self-employed with business premises.

  • A landlord responsible for business premises.

  • A landlord of a house of multiple occupancy (HMO).

  • Premises providing accommodation for paying guests.

  • Premises open to the public and consumers.

  • Charities, churches, and voluntary organisations.

  • Educational building, nurseries, schools, colleges.

  • Medical facilities and care homes.

  • Contractors responsible for all or parts of buildings.

  • Residential property with communal or shared area.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 - ARTICLE 9 – RISK ASSESSMENT.

Section 156 of the Building Safety Act 2022 - require that all Responsible Persons must record their completed fire risk assessment, and in full.

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Competent Fire Risk Assessors Register (CFRAR)

The Fire Risk Assessment Competency Council (FRACC) has published a set of criteria against which the competency of those undertaking fire risk assessments can be judged. Our team are all accredited via the Institute of Fire Safety Managers. Listed within the Competent Fire Risk Assessors Register (CFRAR)

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Do I need to review my current risk assessment?

As the responsible person you must carry out and regularly review a fire risk assessment of the premises.

If you are responsible for a building, for example a employer, owner or occupier of premises that aren't a 'single private dwelling' (a private home), you need to make sure a suitably competent person completes a Fire Risk Assessment.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 - ARTICLE 9 PART 3 - 'Any such assessment must be reviewed by the responsible person regularly so as to keep it up to date'.


We recommend you should review your fire safety risk assessment annually (12months) to ensure your compliance with the regulatory reform (fire safety) order 2005 or sooner if:

  • Alterations are made to the structure of the building.

  • Personnel numbers increase significantly.

  • There has been a change in the use of premises.

  • Anything else that could impact the fire safety within the building.

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The Fire risk assessment process 

The fire risk assessment process involves a systematic approach to identifying, assessing, and managing the potential fire risks within a building or premises. The process typically includes the following steps:


1. Identify potential fire hazards: This involves identifying any potential sources of ignition, such as electrical equipment, heating systems, cooking facilities, and smoking areas, as well as any combustible materials, such as paper, cardboard, and chemicals.


2. Identify people at risk: This involves identifying any individuals who may be at risk in the event of a fire, including employees, visitors, customers, and residents.


3. Evaluate the risks: This involves assessing the likelihood and potential consequences of a fire occurring, including the speed of fire spread, the amount of smoke generated, and the potential for injury or death.


4. Identify and implement control measures: This involves identifying measures to reduce or eliminate the potential fire risks, such as installing fire alarms, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, and sprinkler systems, as well as implementing fire safety procedures and training programs.


5. Review and update the risk assessment: This involves regularly reviewing and updating the risk assessment to ensure it remains relevant and effective in managing the potential fire risks.


Overall, the fire risk assessment process is a critical component of fire safety management, enabling building owners and managers to identify and manage potential fire risks, reduce the likelihood and impact of fires, and protect the safety of occupants and visitors.

Fire Safety legislation

The legislations and guidelines that that you must meet to ensure compliance are:


  • Health & Safety at Work Act 1974.

  • The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999.

  • PAS 79 Fire Risk Assessment Standards.

  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

  • The Framework Directive (89/391/EEC).

  • The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002.

  • The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996.

  • Approved Code of Practice – Safety signs and signals (L64 – Third edition 2015).

  • Section 156 of the Building Safety Act 2022.

  • Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022.

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This short guide is intended to assist ‘persons’ with duties under fire safety legislation in England
to comply with the legislation.
Its purpose is to explain the duties in simple, non-legal language.
As such, it is not a guide to completing a fire risk assessment

A guide for persons with duties under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (as a

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