Eclipse (IP) can use its network of professional relationships with ex-fire brigade advisors to help you with assessment and action plan creation to ensure your site is up to code and fire safe.
As a means of ensuring a property is not a fire risk and to receive professional recommendations on creating a safer environment, a fire risk assessment can be undertaken.
With a thorough review of everything from evacuation plans to vulnerable people who may live or work on the premises, you can be sure that an assessment will provide the best idea of what is needed to help mitigate, detect and extinguish any fire risks.
By law, all business premises, blocks of flats and property with five or more regular occupants are required to have a written fire risk assessment completed. The guidelines of this type of assessment include:
According to the current legal guidelines, a ‘competent’ individual must complete a fire risk assessment, who is comfortable assessing your premises for a range of fire safety and risk factors. The tasks that are involved in conducting an assessment are:
While not required, a professional fire risk assessor undergoes detailed training and is fully versed in recent guidelines and legal requirements. However, not everyone has regular access to a professional assessor.
This is where Eclipses (IP) can help you.