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Central London Fire Risk Assessments

Determining factors to maintain safety and compliance.

Fire Risk Assessments Central London
Fire Risk Assessments Central London

Fire Risk Assessments in Central London


Following the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order, all commercial properties must undergo periodic fire risk assessments to identify and eliminate any potential fire hazards in the workplace.


This assessment must be conducted by a "competent" individual, both for the safety of your employees and legal compliance. Our fire risk assessors have experience gleaned from years of service in the fire department, ensuring that your fire risk assessment is both compliant and applicable to implementing fire safety practices in your workplace.


The fire risk assessors at Metro-PAT 24/7 Limited in London are fully trained to conduct risk assessments under the British Standards Institute's PAS79 (Publicly Available Specification for Fire Risk Assessment and its Methodology), so you can rest assured that the evaluation you receive from us is fully compliant with current fire safety legislation.


As one of the leading fire safety companies providing Fire Risk Assessments in Central London, we can rectify any flaws or weaknesses uncovered by a fire risk assessment. A Fire Risk Assessment ensures that your premises are equipped with the highest quality equipment and that your staff are fully trained in fire safety procedures. As a result, your building is as safe as possible from fire risks.


Why is a Fire Risk Assessment Necessary?


Fire risk assessments are essential for ensuring the safety of a building and its occupants. A fire risk assessment enables the identification of hazards, vulnerabilities, and improvement areas; addressing these vulnerabilities can save lives, but without an assessment, they may go undetected until it is too late.


What Does a Fire Risk Assessment Include?


A fire risk assessment includes the following five steps:


  1. Identifying individuals at risk – Individuals may be at risk due to work, building location, or mobility issues.

  2. Recognizing fire hazards, such as sources of fuel, sources of ignition (flammable substances), and oxygen sources.

  3. Analyze risks – Evaluate the preparedness of the staff, the availability of fire safety equipment (alarms, extinguishers, fire doors), the suitability of escape routes, and the frequency of fire drills. Determine whether or not the fire safety risks have been mitigated.

  4. Survey findings – Assessors must document all conclusions of a fire risk assessment in writing to take corrective measures as needed.

  5. Assessors should review fire risk assessments periodically to ensure that a building's fire safety remains adequate. It is recommended that a fire risk assessment be reevaluated annually.

Metro-PAT 24/7 Limited in Central London is the leading provider of comprehensive and compliant fire risk assessments for any property, including schools, offices, hotels, apartments, new constructions, and any location that provides sleeping accommodations.


Our experienced and qualified team can advise you on any corrective measures that may be mandated by law. We can also provide fire safety training for your staff if necessary.


Contact us today to learn how Metro-PAT London's fire risk assessments can protect and benefit your business.


Our experienced and qualified team can advise you on any corrective measures that may be mandated by law. We can also provide fire safety training for your staff if necessary.


Contact us today to learn how Metro-PAT London's fire risk assessments can protect and benefit your business.


For Fire Risk Assessments in Central London, call Metro-Pat 24/7 Limited on 020 3600 9964, email admin@metro-pat.co.uk or book online below.











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