Fire Risk Assessment

A Fire Risk Assessment is an organised and methodical look at your premises, the activities carried on there and the likelihood that a fire could start and cause harm to those in and around the premises.
The aims of the Fire Risk Assessment are:

To identify the fire hazards

  • Sources of Ignition.
  • Sources of fuel.
  • Sources of Oxygen.
Identify People at Risk
  • People in and around the premises
  • People who are especially at risk.
Evaluate, remove or reduce and protect from risk
  • Evaluate the risk of fire starting.
  • Evaluate the risk to people from a fire.
  • Remove or reduce fire hazards.
  • Remove or reduce the risks to people from a fire.
  • Protect people by providing fire precautions.
Record, plan, inform, instruct and train
  • Record any major findings and the actions you have taken.
  • Discuss and work with other responsible people.
  • Prepare an emergency plan.
  • Inform and instruct relevant people
  • Provide training.
  • Review your fire risk assessment regularly.
  • Make changes where necessary.

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Good management of fire safety is essential to ensure that fires are unlikely to occur; that if they do occur they are likely to be controlled or contained quickly, effectively and safely; or that, if a fire does occur and grows, everyone in your premises is able to escape to a place of total safety easily and quickly.

The Risk Assessment that must be carried out will help ensure that your fire safety procedures, fire prevention measures, and fire precautions (plans, systems and equipment) are all in place and working properly, and the risk assessment should identify any issues that need attention
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