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Our Services Fire Risk Assessment


A fire risk assessment is a careful look at your premises and the people who use them, from a fire prevention perspective. It’s about understanding the potential risks of a fire starting and how to prevent the spread of fire if a fire does start.

Are you covered for fires?

Fires can cause serious damage to people and places. About half of workplace fires are caused deliberately and about half of them are caused by things such as electrical faults, careless smokers and the misuse of tools that have naked flames.

Fire demands three things:

  • Heat (source of ignition)
  • Oxygen
  • Fuel


Take one of these components away and a fire cannot survive or start.

With the recent introduction of both the Fire Safety Act 2021 which amends the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, and the Building Safety Act 2022 which now places further duties on the responsible persons of the property to reduce the likelihood of fire in your company premises.
You must ensure that the required standards are met, and all employees are provided with appropriate fire safety training.

To support you in meeting these requirements and assist in the reduction of the likelihood of the risk fire in your premises, Bravanark Network can conduct fire assessment appropriate for your premises.

Our assessor will assist in the preventative measures required to reduce the likelihood of as fire starting, and to suggest improvements required to keep employees, other who may be affected and your property safe. Contact us for a comprehensive fire assessment tailored to your premises and requirements. Our experts at Bravanark Network will help you implement preventative measures and suggest improvements to ensure the safety of your employees, visitors, and property.

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