Fire Risk Assessment

Fire kills.

In 2004 fire & rescue services attended over 33,400 fires in non-domestic buildings. These fires killed 38 people and injured over 1300.

Those numbers have remained fairly constant in the years following.

Today fire remains a major cause of both business and human tragedy.

Fire costs money. Afterwards many businesses do not reopen.

We want you to be safe.

We don't want you to lose your business because of an unknown risk.

A fire risk assessment is a legal requirement for businesses with 5 or more employees.

A risk assessment and a record of actions taken are accepted in a court of law as evidence of your fulfilled responsibilities. A breach can result in an unlimited fine or 2 year prison sentence.

Regardless of your legal obligation, a TWM Fire Risk Assessment will identify fire hazards and risks in your premises. You can then decide whether any risks identified are acceptable or whether you need to do something to reduce or control them.

The cost of a risk assessment could be as little as the cost of a phone call. If your premises are small we will supply you FREE OF CHARGE with the necessary paperwork and instructions for you to complete your own risk assessment which will comply with legislation saving you a minimum of £150.

How much is your business worth? Your stock, your premises, your people? Most companies spend between nothing and £600 to put everything right.

We want you to be safe.
We don't want you to lose your business because of an unknown risk.

3 Tiers of Risk Assessment

1st – Small premises – e.g. small shop up to 5 employees- From £150
2nd – Medium Premises – Up to 10 employees – From £195
3rd – Large Premises – Over 10 employees – From £250

All TWM Fire Risk Assessments are performed by ex-fire safety officers with a minimum of 25 years experience.

Book Your Risk Assessment Now. Don't delay.

Call Tom on Keighley 01535 442655

Who does the law apply to?

All employers, managers, occupiers and owners of:

offices & shops

factories & warehouses

sleeping accommodation including B&B's

residential care premises

schools & educational premises

healthcare premises

places of assembly including pubs, restaurants, churches, mosques, marquees & shopping centres

theatres, cinemas & concert halls

open air event venues including county shows & fairs

transport premises

Responsibility of complying with fire safety regulation rests with the 'responsible' person. In a workplace this is the employer and any person having control of any part of the premises e.g. the occupier.

If you are the 'responsible' person you MUST carry out a fire risk assessment.

If you are not sure, call Tom on 01535 442655.

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