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Who is responsible for conducting a fire risk assessment?

The person responsible for conducting a fire risk assessment in your company is the employer or the person in control of the business premises.

Can I conduct a fire risk assessment myself?

If you have the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience, you can conduct a fire risk assessment yourself. However, if you are unsure or lack the expertise, it is advisable to seek the help of a professional fire risk assessor.

What happens if I fail to comply with fire safety regulations?

Failure to comply with fire safety regulations can result in hefty fines or even imprisonment. In addition, if a fire occurs, and it is found that the business did not comply with the regulations, the business may face legal consequences and liability for damages.

How much does a fire risk assessment cost?

Cost of fire risk assessment varies by size and complexity. Small businesses may pay a few hundred pounds; large buildings may cost several thousand.

How long does a fire risk assessment take?

The time it takes to complete a fire risk assessment depends on the size and complexity of the premises. A small business may take a few hours, while a large complex may take several days.

Can Facet Technical & Resource Solutions carryout fire risk assessments on my behalf?

Yes, Facet Technical & Resource Solutions Limited can carry out fire risk assessments on your behalf.

They have a team of experienced and qualified fire risk assessors who can identify potential fire hazards in the workplace, evaluate the risks associated with them, and implement measures to prevent or minimize those risks.

They can also provide you with expert advice and guidance on fire safety matters and ensure that you comply with the legal requirements and regulations related to fire risk assessment for businesses.

Contact Facet Technical & Resource Solutions today to discuss how they can help you with your fire risk assessment needs.

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