In correspondence with the 2005 Fire Safety Order, it is now required that the owner or person(s) responsible for the management of a public, licensed or leisure building, must undertake a satisfactory Fire Risk Assessment. This also includes commercial, retail and distribution outlets.
Although there no requirement for a professional to undertake this duty, it is equally important to understand that an experienced and adequately trained assessor will have thorough and up to date knowledge of fire safety practices. Therefore, they will be able to successfully identify potential hazards and implement preventative steps to limit, prevent and control the outbreak of fire.
At Total Fire Services Ltd, our fire risk assessment consultants have over 25 years’ experience in firefighting and fire prevention, to which we have also been certified by several professional bodies. These include BAFE, the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) and the Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS), as well as being an active member of the Institute of Fire Safety Managers.
Covering the whole Northern England, we guarantee to provide your business or organisation in Leeds with a professional, effective and cost efficient fire risk assessment. To receive more information regarding a fire risk assessment or to enquire about receiving a FREE consultation, complete our free fire health check form below.
“Total Fire Services Ltd, have carried out a number of services on our behalf. In October 2004, they carried out a full Fire Risk assessment on our building and also assessed our current building in 2006, after a major refurbishment. They also provided services to us in the form of staff and volunteer training, further to their contract to supply and maintain a variety of Fire Extinguishers around the building.”
“They continue to review our fire risk assessment and procedures on a regular basis. In our experience we have found them diligent, friendly and highly professional, we would totally endorse the company and the services they provide.”
The Bridge Centre and Church
What they say
"Due to internal resource issues we at Chessington World Of Adventures were struggling to meet our commitments of having "suitable and sufficient" fire risk assessment for all of our buildings and Rides on site. Meeting the challenge of maintaining our continued commitment to having "suitable and sufficient" fire risk assessments in place for all of our buildings and Rides on site required us to search for a competent third party supplier who could deliver our needs at a reasonable cost"
Kevin Bainbridge, Head of Safety & Technical Services[mc4wp_form]