The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 details what you have to do to comply with the law.
Your first task is to carry out a Fire Risk Assessment which identifies all the possible fire hazards in the work environment and details what prevention measures are required. The person who provides such a document should be “suitably qualified”.
At Chase Fire we believe this means the assessor should be an independent advisor with a good deal of experience in fire protection and safety. Our Assessors are all ex-fire officers and provide detailed advice and recommendations specifically about your business. Their assessments are recognised by all governing bodies meaning that if you are unfortunate enough to need to prove due diligence (e.g. if there has been a fire at your workplace), your Fire Risk Assessment can be used as evidence in court that you have taken your duties seriously.
As an Chase Fire customer, we want to ensure that you are protected to the best of our ability against the risks of fire, and, just as importantly, against the issues arising in proving your compliance with the law.