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The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 places a duty on the 'responsible person' to carry out a fire risk assessment of their premises. In the workplace this is the employer or any other person who may have control of any part of the premises, for example the occupier or owner.

At Reform Fire Limited Our Fire Risk Assessments are designed to meet the specific requirements of your premises and will meet all the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Reform Fire Limited will provide you with an easy to understand Fire Risk Assessment detailing not only the issues where your business is not fully compliant but also a clearand concise way on ra1how these issues can be resolved, including action plans and time scales.

We use a unique 122 question and audit process ensuring that our client’s premises are adequately assessed for fire risk to Life, Property and Business Continuity.

Your 100+ page Assessment will include the following


  • Certificate of Fire Risk Assessment
  • Introduction


  • Reference directory


  • Risk prior to Assessment (table)


  • Fire Risk Assessment
  • The building
  • Ignition source
  • Combustible materials
  • Means of escape from fire
  • Fire signage
  • Fire fighting facilities
  • Fire fighting safety training
  • Fire resisting doors
  • Fire detection and alarms
  • Arson resection
  • Hazards to fire fighters
  • Hazards to children


  • Photograph evidence


  • Forecast of risks after recommendations (table)


  • Fire log book


  • Arson reduction strategies


  • Fire precaution


  • Fire regulations


  • Certificates and relevant documentation. ra2

A full and detailed consultation is available following the fire risk assessments to discuss any significant findings and required actions to achieve a satisfactory standard of fire safety within the premises.

Our fire safety risk assessment audit process covers in excess of 122 questions to identify any significant findings. These are recorded and a risk analysis conducted to arrive at a risk rating. A comprehensive action plan is then produced with realistic time scales for completion and review, providing the client with a range of options to meet their legal obligations and ensuring the most appropriate cost benefit solution. All our fire risk assessments include a fire emergency plan as required by the Fire Safety Order 2005. Extensive research is then undertaken and references made to relevant Guides, Codes of Practice and British Standards. The fire risk assessment is then sent to the client as a professionally bound document and also emailed if required.

Our Fire Risk Assessments will also include the following.

  • Consultation on the significant findings and actions required by the responsible person on the premises at the time of the fire risk assessment. A detailed further consultation may be required depending on the complexity of the premises and findings.
  • 12 months mediation with the local fire service should a fire safety officer inspect your premises, including a response to any reports or enforcement or prohibition notices issued.
  • Mediation with any enforcing authorities such as HSE, OFSTED, Care Standards and insurance companies on issues relating to the assessment.
  • 12 months telephone advice and support (office hours Monday to Saturday) on any fire safety related matter, including building control and planning applications provided that additional visits to the premises are not required.

You can find full details of what the law requires and where the Order applies by referring to the Fire Safety Regulations sheet in this pack or by referring to the information below:

- Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
- Fire Precautions (Workplace) (Amendment) Regulations 1999    Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
- Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999    Health & Safety (Safety Signs & Signals) Regulations 1996
- Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
- The Disability Discrimination Act 1995
- Building Regulations 1991 Part B
- BS5839-1 2002 Fire Detection & Alarm Systems
- BS5266-1 1999 Emergency Lighting.

Contact us on 08000 14 16 18 or click here for a quote.


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