Fire Risk Assessments identify potential risks and hazards to ascertain the level of fire safety in buildings and premises. Stroma Built Environment delivers Fire Risk Assessments to help building owners, landlords, employers and facility managers identify risks in their premises. Our Fire Risk Assessments are carried out to help clients reduce risks to employees, assets and building users, whilst ensuring regulatory compliance.
Stroma Built Environment employs in-house Chartered Fire Safety Consultants who are members of IOSH (CMIOSH) and the OSHCR Register. With nationwide coverage, our experienced and qualified assessors can offer bespoke risk assessments to meet individual requirements - whether it’s for single or multi-site premises. Our Fire Risk Assessments are carried out in compliance with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (FSO) 2005 and associated Health and Safety regulations. In accordance with FSO 2005, our consultants can act as your ‘competent person’, offering guidance to reduce the likelihood of non-compliance, whilst ensuring best practice in fire safety.
Stroma Built Environment’s Fire Safety services include:
We are experienced in carrying out Fire Risk Assessments across a variety of building types and sectors. These include retail, manufacturing, engineering, logistics and distribution, commercial, residential and many more. All assessments need to be reviewed regularly to monitor risks which may have changed over time. Following your assessment we will deliver a client report which will outline any hazards in order to help you implement measures to improve fire safety.
Health and safety is very much a priority for our firm. Stroma’s collaborative approach in coordinating our assessments really appealed to us, and working in partnership with our facilities and property management team, together we will ensure our managed property portfolio meets with current legislation and compliance.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into force in England and Wales on the 1st October 2006. It improves fire safety by placing the responsibility to reduce the risk of fire to people and buildings’ on the employer, or the ‘responsible person’ for that building.
The ‘responsible person’ for each building is required to carry out a fire risk assessment and take steps to reduce or remove any risks. The assessment should consider the effect a fire may have on anyone in or around the premises and needs reviewing regularly.
All our clients have access to our cloud-based health and safety management solution, Sigma. The software allows clients to manage health and safety information in one centralised location. The platform enables users to view and manage risk assessments across their property portfolio with ease.
It is recommended that Fire Risk Assessments are reviewed on an annual basis, or if there are any significant changes which could affect fire safety. Changes in business activity and building alterations are example factors which could increase the risk of fire. Complete our form below to arrange a free fire safety consultation with our expert team:
You can also request a quote for Fire Risk Assessment services on your building stock or information on our complementary Health & Safety services by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0845 621 22 22.