A fire risk assessment is an organised inspection of your property identifying any fire hazards that could cause danger, evaluating the measures currently in place, and estimating the level of risk for existing hazards. A Fire Risk Assessment is the first step to be able to control, manage and mitigate risk from fire and ensure fire safety.
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A Fire Risk Assessment is a review undertaken of a building to determine the level of risk of a fire occurring. The Fire Risk Assessment aims to:
Under the The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (commonly known simply as the Fire Safety Order), the owner or occupier of a premises, ‘The Responsible Person’ must carry out or appoint a competent person to carry out a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment.
UK law states that the you must carry out and conduct risk assessment practices. Failure to comply with the Fire safety Order may result in legal action resulting in a fine or even imprisonment.