Nationwide Fire Risk Assessments, with an unbeatable Price Guarantee

If you have five or more employees, your business is legally required to have an up-to-date Fire Risk Assessment. It needn’t be difficult or time-consuming, but it has to be spot on – which is where our expertise is invaluable.

  • Qualified assessors, internally audited for total dependability
  • Work is 100% warranted and fully insured with public liability
  • We’re an ISO 9001 certified company trusted by 1,000s of businesses
  • Price Guarantee for the best like-for-like Fire Risk Assessment quote
  • Protect your business from the risk of fire and prosecution

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Wherever you are in the UK, we’ve got BAFE qualified engineers local to you. No call out charges or hidden costs for our Fire Risk Assessments, just great value.

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Our quality control managers ensure the highest standards are met for all of our Fire Risk Assessments. For complete peace of mind, we also provide a full after-sales service.

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P&R Safety Testing is a Citation group company, specialising in fire and electrical safety services. We support over 20,000 businesses nationwide with Health & Safety and HR advice.

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What does a Fire Risk Assessment cover?

The importance of conducting and regularly reviewing a Fire Risk Assessment isn’t lost on most of us who run a business and know the penalties for falling short.

The real challenge is implementing a plan that works for you, using processes that are clear and easy to follow, and keeping up with your obligations – without fail. Here at P&R, we promise not to fail you. Our industry-leading Fire Risk Assessment service covers six key areas:

  1. Appointing responsibility for fire safety
  2. Identifying potential fire hazards
  3. Identifying the people at risk
  4. Evaluating fire safety measures and procedures
  5. Documentation, planning for emergencies and training
  6. Reviewing and updating your Fire Risk Assessment

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What can I expect from P&R Safety Testing as a Risk Assessor?

We want to protect your reputation – and our own

We know that one mistake in our business is one too many. We pride ourselves on our reputation for 100% reliability, and our rigorous standards are adhered to during every review, every assessment, every process implemented and every client.

Our Fire Risk Assessors know their stuff, and they’re here to put your mind at ease right from the off.

From review to rating

First, we’ll conduct a review of your existing fire hazards and explain the risks and how to control them. We’ll then create an action plan for you and give your business an overall risk rating.

Our end goal is to make sure your business is fire-safe and meeting its legal obligations. But it doesn’t stop there. We also offer ongoing checks on all your fire safety equipment – like extinguishers, alarms and emergency lighting, and our online shop provides a range of accredited fire safety products: all backed by our price promise guarantee.

To book a Fire Risk Assessment or for free advice on the safety requirements for your business, call our service team on:

0800 055 6559

(Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm)

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A guide to Fire Risk Assessments

It’s estimated that there are 15,000 fires in businesses across the UK every year. Behind those figures lies financial ruin, lost lives and a whole load of grief, so we take what we do seriously.

Prevention starts by taking responsibility

Fire prevention, employee safety and the security of every business starts with a Fire Risk Assessment. If you are an employer, owner, landlord, occupier or someone in control (like a facilities manager) of a non-domestic premises, a Fire Risk Assessment is a legal requirement. P&R Safety Testing will work alongside your staff to ensure you comply with regulations and are implementing relevant processes and procedures.

When does a Fire Risk Assessment need to be reviewed?

Your Fire Risk Assessment should be reviewed annually or after any significant changes are made within your business that could compromise your fire safety, like:

  • Alterations to the building’s layout or extensions
  • Changes to staff numbers or occupancy rates
  • Activities and operational changes
  • Legislation updates.

When changes are made, a simple action plan will be created and actions followed up. Importantly, the findings of the review must be documented.

We identify the hazards and the people at risk

A Fire Risk Assessment initially reviews the fire risks and those it might affect. In order to spread, fire needs a source of ignition and a source of fuel. So, identifying both of these elements and keeping them separate from each other is vital to reduce any risk.

Sources of ignition include:

  • Naked flames or sparks
  • Electrical equipment
  • Chemical processes
  • Frictional heat
  • Electrostatic discharges.

Sources of Fuel:

  • Oxygen
  • Combustible materials (wood, paper etc.)
  • Chemicals and solvents.

Employee safety is reviewed by assessing everyone individually, and looking at their physical strength and fitness, place of work, job function and location. For example, does their workstation or environment impair a safe and swift evacuation? Is mobility or physical ability going to present a challenge in certain situations? Careful consideration should be given to how the risk of fire may affect employees, contract workers, visitors and members of the public.

Evaluating fire measures and implementing a plan

With the right planning, all aspects of fire safety are identified and actions taken. Procedures will cover specific answers to three key areas:

  1. Fire detection and warning
  2. Means of escape
  3. Provision of fire-fighting equipment

Processes and responsibilities are built into the plan, including training and staff communications around fire safety duties and guidance. Ongoing management, a review of the processes and keeping up-to-date records is a never-ending process, and has to be done with due diligence and an understanding of the implications of non-compliance.

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