Fire Risk Assessment Bury

FRMS undertake Fire Risk Assessments in Bury. Our Fire Risk Assessor will undertake 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 in Bury.


Our Fire Risk Assessors are qualified, competent and accredited fire safety professionals and will give you advice on how to avoid potential fire risks and to keep your business both legal and safe.


Fire Risk Assessments in Bury can be completed on all the following types of buildings:-

  • Offices and shops.
  • Premises that provide care, including care homes and hospitals.
  • Community halls, places of worship and other community premises.
  • The shared areas of properties.
  • Pubs, clubs and restaurants.
  • Schools and sports centres.
  • Tents and marquees.
  • Hotels and hostels.
  • Factories and warehouses.

The Fire Risk Assessment in Bury will evaluate the following: -

Identify the fire hazards for your businesses

  • Sources of Ignition.
  • Sources of fuel.
  • Sources of Oxygen.

Identify People at Risk in your business

  • People in and around the premises.
  • People who are especially at risk.

Evaluate, remove or reduce and protect your business 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 your business

  • 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.

Fire Risk Assessment Review in Bury

  • Review your fire risk assessment regularly.
  • Make changes where necessary.

So, for more information call one of our offices or email our friendly Fire Risk Assessor in Bury

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