Firesure UK Ltd
93 Crown Lane
Telephone: 020 3092 1554
Mobile: 07818 031717
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In order to demonstrate our competence, all our consultants are listed on the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) Register of Fire Risk Assessors and Auditors. For further information regarding this register, please see http://www.ife.org.uk/frr.
Your fire risk assessment will be completed on a BSI Publication PAS 79 fire risk assessment pro forma, which is endorsed, by the Fire Protection Association, trade associations and professional bodies such as Institution of Fire Engineers, the Institute of Fire Prevention Officers and the Chief Fire Officers' Association (CFOA).
The assessment will be fully descriptive and where necessary include advice on setting out a plan of works over a recommended period. Firesure UK Ltd will provide technical support and guidance on all matters raised within the document.
The assessment will review the following:
It will include:
A fire risk assessment should be reviewed if it is no longer valid or there are any significant changes made. In addition, it should be periodically reviewed.
Firesure UK Ltd can undertake a review of your existing risk assessment and our review will follow the principles of BSI publication PAS 79.
Our knowledge and experience of fire safety legislation and alternative solutions allows us to negotiate with the relevant authorities, assisting clients to overcome unusual or difficult proposals without compromising safety.
Discussing and agreeing fire safety systems at the planning stage will ensure a risk proportionate cost-effective solution without the need to make further expensive or disruptive alterations either after Building Regulations consultation or once the building is occupied.
To assure you of the *competence of our staff, it is our policy that consultants undertaking risk assessments are listed on the The Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) Register of Fire Risk Assessors and Auditors http://www.ife.org.uk/frr. Persons listed on the Register must demonstrate their *competence to the IFE and this is based on objective criteria (including examination of samples of fire risk assessments).