Inspections and Auditing

Inspections and Auditing

At Risk Safety Services, our team of highly trained fire safety experts specialise in fire safety inspections and auditing.

When it comes to fire safety, there is no such thing as being too cautious. That’s why more and more businesses are turning to fire safety inspection and auditing consultants to ensure that their premises are up to code.

A typical fire safety inspection will involve a thorough examination of all exit routes, fire extinguishers, and other safety equipment.

The consultant will also check for any potential hazards, such as blocked exits or unsafe storage practices. After the inspection is complete, the consultant will provide a detailed report outlining any areas of concern.

In some cases, the consultant may also recommend specific changes that need to be made in order to improve the overall fire safety of the premises.

By outsourcing fire safety inspections, businesses can rest assured that their premises are safe and up to code.

We understand the importance of compliance with fire codes and regulations, and we take pride in our ability to help our clients maintain a safe and compliant workplace.

In addition to fire safety inspections, we also offer a wide range of other services, including electrical safety audits, chemical safety audits, and more. Whether you’re looking for a one-time inspection or a comprehensive audit of your workplace, we have the experience and expertise to get the job done right.

Contact us today to learn more about our services or to schedule a free consultation.

A premises inspection is required in order to ensure that all matters relating to fire safety fully comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Our inspection provides an overview of your fire safety arrangements:

  • Requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
  • Inspection of means of escape and maintenance thereof.
  • Effectiveness and maintenance of fire warning system.
  • Means of fighting fires effectively.
  • Effectiveness of fire fighting equipment.
  • Staff fire safety training – overview as to competence of fire safety personnel.
  • Risk of fire outbreak due to arson, terrorist activity and poor housekeeping.
  • Positioning of fire fighting equipment.
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