Part 3 of The Fire and Rescue Services (Northern Ireland) Order 2006 and The Fire Safety Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2010 came into effect on 15th November 2010.
As an appropriate person with control over non-domestic, industrial, commercial, leisure, educational or healthcare premises, this legislation requires that you take responsibility for ensuring your premises reach the required fire safety standard.
Worksafe Electrical Services provides a comprehensive and quality fire risk assessment service that will ensure you are legally compliant, fully insured and protected from the risk of fire. The Fire Risk Assessment evaluates your premises in terms of fire safety and risk to life from fire. It must be carried out by a competent person, this is defined as someone who has suitable and sufficient training and experience in fire safety to allow them to carry out the role effectively. Our qualified and accredited fire risk assessor will visit your premises, make a detailed physical inspection and review your fire safety records. We provide you with the Fire Risk Assessment at the review meeting where the report is explained in detail. The report will include a prioritised action plan on how to minimise the risk of fire to your business
Why do you need a fire risk assessment?
Why choose Digital Fire and Security for fire risk assessments
Our Fire Risk Assessments have been developed in conjunction with PAS79 and related British Standards. It is designed to minimise the risk to life and covers the following safety issues:
All Assessments are carried out by a Fully Qualified & Approved Fire Safety Risk Assessors who has been accredited and listed on the IFPO (Institute of Fire Prevention Officers) Fire Risk Assessors Register.
Our Fire Risk Assessments meet the criteria stipulated for Entertainments Licence by local Councils, and Nursing/Residential Homes by the RQIA. And specialize in DSEAR risk assessments for Petrol stations and depots.
By having the Fire Risk Assessment carried out professionally you will not only save time but also save money as our assessor has 30 plus practical knowledge of both the requirements under the legislation, but also the most cost effective options for implementing the requirements highlighted in the action plan.