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Fire Risk Assessments
If you do not have a fire risk assessment and, specifically do not have the proper fire safety precautions in place, the penalty is prosecution that results in severe fines. The penalty can be a prison sentence in extreme negligence cases.
Fire Safety Risk Assessment has been developed to identify hazards and to reduce the risk of those hazards causing harm. It will also help to determine what fire safety measures and management policies are necessary to ensure the safety of people in the building, should a fire occur.
A Fire Safety Risk Assessment looks at your premises, the activities carried out there, the potential for a fire to occur and the harm it could cause. Energy Cert Scotland provide certified assessors to carry out fire safety risk assessmentsto ensure you've fulfilled your fire risk assessment duty. Our fire safety specialists are registrated to carry out fire risk assessments, just get in touch for a fire risk assessment quote.
Areas We Cover for Fire Risk Assessments
Energy Cert Scotland provide Fire Risk Assessments across the whole of Scotland. We operate from a number of offices, and our fully certified Fire Risk Assessments assessors can visit your location anywhere in Scotland.
Why do I need a Fire Risk Assessments?
A Fire Risk Assessment is a legal requirement. If you are responsible for a building, for example a employer, owner or occupier of premises that aren't a 'single private dwelling' (a private home), you need to make sure a suitably competent person completes a Fire Risk Assessment.
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How it Works
Book in for the services you need via our website.
We’ll call you to arrange a convenient time for your appointment and to make sure you are getting everything you need!
The assessment includes taking photos of and evaluating a variety of things including the building features, lighting, heating, windows and floor plan.
Your report will be sent to you via email. We aim to send them to you within 5 working days.
Call us today on 0330 350 1345 to arrange a visit from our accredited Fire Risk Assessments assessors
Why Choose Energy Cert Scotland for Fire Risk Assessments?
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Fire Risk Assessment FAQs
How often do I need a Fire risk assessment
There are no specific time periods in law for how often fire risk assessments must be carried out or reviewed. The law simply says that the person responsible for the assessment in your building must review it 'regularly' to make sure it's up to date. At Energy Cert Scotland we recommend your fire risk assessment is reviewed every 2 years
What are the legal requirements for Fire Risk Assessments
A Fire Risk Assessment is a legal requirement. If you are responsible for a building as an employer, owner or occupier of premises you need to make sure a suitably competent person completes a Fire Risk Assessment. Energy Cert Scotland can provide certified assessors for fire risk assessments for domestic and commercial properties
How much does a Fire Risk Assessment cost?
When requesting quotations for a fire risk assessment, you will find that you will be quoted anything between £200 and £900 for a low-level priced premises. Energy Cert Scotland can provide an exact quote for your fire risk assessment across Scotland.
What is involved with a fire risk assessment
Fire risk assessments examine fire detection systems, emergency exits and routes (including evacuation plans), firefighting equipment and the availability of information and advice to the building's occupants in order to certain the risk of fire in your domestic or commercial property. The output is a Fire Risk assessment report for your property