PAT testing providers in the UK? Fire Safety Risk Assessments in the U.K: Here at Staines Safety Services, we offer fire risk assessments to our clients throughout the United Kingdom. Our fire risk assessors will carry out a detailed inspection and provide a report upon completion. It’s our aim to ensure your buildings fire safety is up to the highest possible standards. In addition to working locally in and around Middlesbrough, we can also provide fire risk assessments across the UK. We have worked with both small businesses and large companies over the years and have developed a well-known reputation for the service we provide. If you’re in need of a fire safety risk assessment, then be sure to contact Staines Safety Services today.
At Staines Safety Services, we have a team of professional and fully-trained HSE consultants who work in Middlesbrough and across the UK. The role of a health and safety consultant is to ensure a safe working environment and promote positive health and safety in the workplace. We can help you identify any risks and ensure the correct controls are put in place to either remove, monitor or make safe.
The fire safety process always starts with a fire risk assessment. If your knowledge or experience with fire doors is limited you can contact us for advise as to when you would need to appoint a ‘competent person’ to help with your fire door requirements. If you’re not sure if your risk assessment has been carried out properly, your local fire and rescue authority might be able to give you advice, although they can’t carry out risk assessments for you. Therefore, It is important to get a Certificated Fire Door Safety Inspection carried out in your premises to ensure all components of your fire doors are compliant with fire safety legislations. Read more information at Fire Risk Assessments UK.
The first step is to prepare a construction phase plan. This will set out how you intend to plan and organise the job, and work together with others involved to make sure that the work is carried out without risks to health and safety. The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 require that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition. However, the Regulations do not specify what needs to be done, by whom or how frequently (i.e. they don’t make inspection or testing of electrical appliances a legal requirement).
Here at Staines Safety Services and Fire Solutions, our aim is to diligently support our clients with pragmatic solutions towards the demands of the evolving requirements of health, safety & fire legislation and client expectations regarding health and safety performance. We ensure piece of mind that your business is operating 100% compliant with current legislation by identifying, assessing and managing the risks that your business will face throughout the life cycle of your projects and beyond. See more info at https://www.stainessafetyservices.co.uk/.