Understanding fire risk assessments

A fire risk assessment is a systematic evaluation of a building or premises to identify potential fire hazards, assess the level of risk they pose, and determine appropriate measures to minimize or control those risks. The purpose of a fire risk assessment is to ensure the safety...

London Calling

Are the owner or the responsible person for a non-domestic property in London, then you are required by law to carry out a fire risk assessment. This requirement is outlined in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, which applies to all non-domestic properties in England...

London Fire Risk Assessments

London Fire Risk Assessments (LFRAs) are assessments that evaluate the fire risks of buildings in London, UK. The assessments are carried out by qualified assessors who identify fire hazards and evaluate the likelihood of a fire occurring. The assessors also evaluate the potentia...

Fire Safety

Fire safety refers to the measures that are taken to prevent and minimize the risk of fire and to ensure the safety of individuals and property in the event of a fire. Some important aspects of fire safety include fire prevention, early detection, fire suppression, and evacuation...

Richmond Fire

This recent fire in Richmond, London, sadly led to the death of a resident in this block of purpose-built flats.  The fire does not appear to have affected other parts of the building but was attended to by over 25 firefighters.  The cause of the fire remains unknown an...

Why is a fire risk assessment important?

A fire risk assessment is important because it helps identify potential fire hazards and risks in a building or workplace, and then implement measures to reduce or eliminate those risks. This can help prevent fires from occurring and ensure the safety of building occupants in the...

London Fire Risk Assessments

In London, fire risk assessments are required by law for most commercial and public buildings. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, which applies to England and Wales, requires the person responsible for a building (the "responsible person") to carry out a fire risk ...

Fire door inspections

Fire doors are an important element of a building's fire safety system. They are designed to prevent the spread of fire and smoke and provide a means of escape in the event of a fire. Fire doors are required in many buildings by building codes and regulations, and are typically f...

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