Fire Risk Assessment Service | Northern Ireland
At Safeti, we work with a team of experienced Life Safety, Fire, H&S and Facilities specialists to deliver our Fire Risk Assessment Service, including:
In Northern Ireland, the Fire Safety Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2010 require you have a legal duty to carry out a fire safety risk assessment, to help ensure your workplace and employees are kept safe from fire and its effects.
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Carrying out a Fire Risk Assessment simply means looking at workplace & activities to determine the potential for fire and associated harm to people in and around the premises.
Do I need a Fire Risk Assessment
If you are the responsible person, you must carry out a fire risk assessment which focuses on the safety in case of fire for all ‘relevant persons’.
It should pay particular attention to those at special risk, such as disabled people, those who you know have special needs and young persons and must include consideration of any dangerous substance liable to be on the premises.
Your fire risk assessment will help you identify risks that can be removed or reduced and to decide the nature and extent of the general fire precautions you need to take.
If your organisation employs five or more people, your premises are licensed or an alterations notice is in force, you (the Occupier, Operator and/or Employer) must record the significant findings of the assessment.
As with other Risk Assessments, it is good practice to record your significant findings in any case.