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What is a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment?

To be considered suitable and sufficient, a life-safety fire risk assessment must meet the following basic requirements:

  1. Identify the premises
  2. Identify the relevant hazards (fuel, oxygen, ignition)
  3. Identify persons at risk
  4. Evaluate the risk and determine whether existing controls are adequate or additional controls are required
  5. Record the significant findings
  6. Identify a date by which the fire risk assessment must be reviewed

Specification for fire risk assessment.

Broadly in line with the 'Type 1' description in 'Fire Safety in Purpose Built Blocks of Flats', suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment requires the essential elements listed below and we include them in our price:

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