Fire Risk Assessment

Undertaken by an expert assessor

Fire Risk Assessment

Ensure you're complying with the law

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 makes it a legal requirement for all businesses to have a fire risk assessment in place. This must be “suitable and sufficient”, and there is an obligation to nominate an individual with your organisation to take responsibility for maintaining the assessment and ensuring that it is kept up to date.

From the 1st of October 2006 employers became legally responsible for all elements of fire safety within their organisation, and the team at The Fire House Group are here to ensure you meet your responsibilities appropriately. Based in Gateshead and operating nationwide, we have offices in Barnsley, Gateshead, Durham, Leeds, Wakefield & Nottingham. To find out more, please get in touch today.

Do i need a fire risk assessment?

Yes, absolutely. As well as being a regulatory requirement, it is also a key step to protecting your business and your team. A thorough fire risk assessment will make you aware of all fire risks in your business so you can proactively manage them.

Our assessor, Martin, has 30 years' experience with South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue, qualifications from the Fire Service College and is accredited through the Warrington Certification FRACS (individual) Scheme for Life Safety

How can the fire house group help?

  • We'll carry out a full and thorough fire risk assessment

  • We'll ensure you have the information you need to take care of your fire safety needs and comply with the law

  • We'll offer expert advice on how any remedial action that needs to be taken

  • We'll help you to assess and develop your fire policies

  • We'll provide expert fire risk training and fire safety courses for your team

  • We'll help you to protect your business and your team!

Getting a fire risk assessment in 4 easy steps


Contact The Fire House Group on 0844 693 1150 to arrange a visit from our expert assessor.


Our assessor will explain the process in full and provide a firm quotation and time scale.


The assessor will attend your premises and carry out the Comprehensive Fire Risk assessment at the time and date agreed, the report and findings will be taken back to the office where your Fire Risk Assessment document will be completed.


The assessor will attend your premises to talk you through your paperwork should you request this, otherwise your document will be sent to you.