Most frequent questions and answers
You must keep a written record of your Fire Risk Assessment if your business has 5 or more employees. This must be reviewed annually
You are known as the Responsible Person
If there is more than one responsible person you will have to work together to meet your responsibilities.
The responsible person is often The Owner, An Employer, The Landlord, An Occupier
Anyone else with control of the premises: e.g. a Facilities Manager, Building Manager, Managing Agent or Risk Assessor.
It is the duty of the Responsible Person to ensure that they appoint a competent person to complete a suitable and efficient fire risk assessment.
We base the cost of our Fire Risk Assessments on the building and the nature of the business and ensure that we carefully match the competency and experience of the assessor to the job
The Fire Risk Assessment must be reviewed regularly to ensure it is up to date, with a new assessment being required if there has been a significant change or it is suspected that it is no longer valid.
Our system provides an email alert which allows you to manage your actions from your inbox – resulting in you always having a compliant, live and relevant risk assessment.