Fire Risk Compliance & Consultancy

Our experts can help you with fire safety legislation and compliance

Fire Risk Assessment

The Firerite team has extensive knowledge of delivering a range of fire consulting services and fire risk assessments across a variety of sectors and buildings and offers a cost-effective, professional service that will meet the current legislative requirements. Firerite provides third party certificated fire risk assessments to NSI Gold BAFE SP205 accreditation backed by UKAS.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, requires a fire risk assessment in virtually all buildings in England and Wales, other than domestic dwellings. Similar requirements apply in Scotland under the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005, and in Northern Ireland under the Fire and Rescue Services (Northern Ireland) Order 2006.
The fire safety consultancy team at Firerite is made up of highly experienced and skilled individuals who are encouraged and committed to CPD (Continuing Professional Development).

All members of the team each have over 30 years’ experience in the fire industry including extensive regulatory and enforcement roles with the Fire authority in UK and are qualified over and above what is required by our third-party certification body and UK National Occupational Standards. Specific specialisms are also available e.g. NHS Firecode and Residential Care premises, Specialised and Social Housing, Waste Management Sites and Industrial sites.
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Fire Strategy Reports

Intended to describe the fire strategy, demonstrating compliance with the Building Regulations. This will be used as the basis for discussions with the Approval Authorities to gain their approval of the strategy and meet the requirements of regulation 38 under the Building Regulations for England and Wales to provide fire safety information to the 'responsible person' at the completion of a project, or where the building or extension is first occupied.

Evacuation Strategies

Defining and detailing the premises fire evacuation procedure and supporting elements e.g. staff training. Persons with fire safety obligations must be aware that the wider aspects of fire safety law apply equally to people with disabilities and all evacuation strategies/procedures must include persons who may be especially at risk and include appropriate measures where necessary e.g. personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEPs).

Construction Phase Fire Safety Report

Provides a structured documented fire safety methodology underpinning the construction phase plan, RAMS etc to ensure that all fire risks are as low as reasonably practicable and additional control measures are instigated and monitored throughout a construction project also supporting the fire risk assessment review process where occupants may remain in the premises during construction/refurbishment programmes e.g. in Social Housing.

Advice on Legislation & Guidance

Assistance with compliance with Building Regulations and guidance on the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and associated regulations including dealing with Fire Authority liaison and management of formal notices and requirements. Links to benchmark fire safety guidance are included below.

Fire Compartmentation Survey

Intended to assess the suitability and sufficiency of fire compartmentation within a building with consideration to the designated fire evacuation strategy.

Premises are assessed in line with the requirements of Approved Document B of the Building Regulations together with HMG Fire Safety Guidance Documents, no intrusive investigations or destructive testing is carried out as part of this survey.

Fire Policy Development & Audit

The effective management of fire safety in any organisation requires the board, partners or equivalent controlling body to clearly set out the fire safety priorities and objectives for the organisation. This is achieved by the preparation and issue of a fire safety policy.

There is an important distinction between the strategic fire safety policy that sets out clear objectives and instructions for the management team to fulfil, and the fire safety procedures that are prepared which detail the processes by which the organisation delivers the fire safety outcomes to meet the objectives of the fire safety policy and subsequently ensure compliance with current Legislation.

FireRite can deliver audit and development of fire safety policies and procedures bespoke to your organisation.

Fire Signage Survey

Fire safety signs are an essential element of fire protection to help you ensure staff and visitors know what to do in the event of an emergency. Our surveyors have many years’ experience and are fully trained in dealing with fire safety signs and the relevant regulations and standards surrounding this area and help ensure you comply with current legislation.
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Contact Us

If you would like more information on any of the services we have listed on our website or would like to book us for a consultation to discuss your life safety and asset protection requirements, please get in touch and one of our expert consultants will be happy to help.


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