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Safety Wear

Fire risk assessments (FRAs) 

Prioritising fire safety


With adequate fire prevention measures in place, you have confidence that your people and property are protected against the risk of fire. 

We help ‘responsible persons’ discharge their duties and keep you and your property compliant with the latest standards and legislation.

When we conduct an FRA, you receive:

  • A comprehensive fire safety inspection carried out using Approved Document B (Vol 1 & 2). Your inspection will be conducted to British and EU Standards, in accordance with BS 9999, BS9991, LACoRS and other relevant guidance.

  • A concise report which sets out all areas of compliance, and non-compliance within the building.

  • Specific recommendations to improve your fire safety measures, together with an indication of the urgency of the remediation. You receive a clear list of issues, rated in order of severity, which allows you to put in a place a logical action plan for remedial works. 


Keep your building safe

The consequence of a fire in your building can be catastrophic. With robust defences, you protect your people and your business. 


Peace of mind 

Know that you’ve done everything you can to safeguard your people, your business, and your property against the devastating effects of fire.


Demonstrate compliance

An up-to-date FRA is your best evidence of compliance. If a fire event happens, or you’re accused of negligence, an FRA will prove how you did everything you could to prevent it. 

When should you get an FRA?

Upgrades, rearranges, and redesigns, however minor, can affect your fire prevention measures. Carry out a new FRA every time you make changes to the environment.  


It’s best practice to review your fire risk assessment every year. 

Every 3-4 years

The Local Government Association recommends that your FRA is renewed by a competent professional every 3-4 years.

Changes to the building

Which buildings do we assess?

We’re qualified to assess any residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, including:

Houses of Multiple Occupation Design

Multi-occupied residential buildings

High-rise buildings Functionality

Individual offices

Multi-office commercial buildings


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