FSE Fire Risk Assessment & Health & Safety Risk Assessment Team
There is a requirement to undertake a formal Fire Risk Assessment if five or more people work within your building and the Fire Risk Assessment needs to be documented. FSE’s qualified and trained risk assessors have years of experience in undertaking and documenting formal fire risk assessments.
FSE Risk Assessments are presented in a simple, clear and effective format. Experience has shown that relying on common sense and good observation as well as specialist technical knowledge has been of greater benefit to small and medium sized business owners, rather than complicated mathematical calculations. Often practical recommendations for ensuring the fire safety of company employees has proved to be the most cost effective company strategy.
Our Fire Risk Assessments will clearly identify any potential risks at your site, as well as help you create a plan for what to do in the event of a fire, greatly improving the safety of your workplace. Our Risk Assessment records will also help you prove that you acted appropriately and in accordance with the law, should you be unfortunate enough to have a fire at your workplace.
From bases in Nottingham & Leicester, our fire risk assessors will travel throughout the Midlands, East Anglia, London and the surrounding areas.
Our Fire Risk Assessor can revisit the site to discuss with the customer any fire safety deficiencies highlighted and a cost effective and simple plan for rectification work to be implemented. Your business can rest assured that our qualified team will do everything they can to help you improve your fire safety on site by helping to minimise fire risk.
All our Fire Risk Assessments are comprehensive, individually written for your specific premises and provided with photographs of deficiencies (where required). We do not supply a one size fits all document and this gives you the benefit of knowing that your risk assessment is personal and accurate and that you are complying with important legislation.