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Fire Risk 

The fire risk assessment report created by our highly qualified Fire Safety Consultants will include a thorough analysis of the risks and hazards on your site, a straightforward action plan with suggestions, and complete documentation of the major findings.

We will make sure the advice is appropriate for your company's needs and that the risk is successfully lessened, minimised, or controlled because HSGenerator is renowned for its expertise and high calibre of work. Along with the safety of the personnel and any other guests that a fire might affect on the property, care will be given to the protection of the buildings and their contents.

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Fire Risk Assessments are our area of expertise for:

- Warehouses and Factories

- Shops and offices

- A place of learning

- Healthcare facilities, including hospitals

- Facilities for residential care

- Theaters, movie theatres, concert venues, and similar locations

- Blocks of flats 

- Accommodation for Sleeping

Hotels, motels, hostels, residential health and beauty spas, resorts, HMOs, and many more types of lodging such as guest accommodations.

- Small and medium-sized gathering locations:

restaurants, bars, dance halls/schools, village halls, community centres, churches and other places of worship or learning, conference centres, recreation centres, swimming pools, huge nightclubs and huge pubs, cathedrals, museums, libraries, and other related buildings.

- Larger gathering locations

places like sports stadiums, exhibition and conference centres, recreation centres, swimming pools, large nightclubs and large pubs, churches, cathedrals, and other places of worship where more than 300 people could gather.

12+ years managing Fire Safety for various industries

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Legal Requirement of Fire Risk Assessment

The main duty of a responsible person under the RRFSO 2005 is to ensure that the workplace is in compliance with the regulations. This person may be the owner or the employer of the facility. If the owner or the occupier of the facility is not the person who has the authority to make the decisions regarding the safety and health of the workers, then the responsibility should be taken by the other person.

The legal obligation of a Responsible Person also includes carrying out a fire risk assessment and identifying the appropriate fire precautions. This should be carried out on their own, and they should also consider the safety of the workers and the hazardous substances stored in the facility. If the assessment and recommendations are not carried out properly, then the facility could be subject to various penalties and fines.

The significant findings of the evaluation must be recorded whenever there are five or more employees or if an alteration notice is in force. No new work activities involving hazardous substances should start until a risk assessment has been undertaken and any necessary instructions have been implemented.

A risk assessment should be revised on a regular basis, when it is no longer accurate, or when significant changes, including alterations to the location or organisational changes, have occurred. 

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Process of
Fire Risk Assessment

Requesting a visit for a fire risk assessment:

1. Send a request via email.

2. We'll put together a free, no-obligation quote. Based on the size of the structure and the kind of occupation, the cost is determined. You must supply a copy of the building's floor plan.

3. An email with the quote will be sent to you. Once you agree, we'll get in touch with you to set up the payment and visit date.

Fire Risk Assessment Process:

1. Prior to the visit, the Fire Safety Consultant will email a Site Contact (see point 4a). The building tour guide and key holder will be appointed by the site contact and given access to all rooms. To verify that every room has been examined, the building's floor plan will be needed.
2. The Fire Safety Consultant shall present themselves to the Site Contact or another designated individual on the day of a visit.
3. The Site Contact or the Authorized Representative will help determine the inspection's path.

4. The fire risk assessment will be broken up into two sections, such as:

a) Documents and current control measures audit – the customer is given a pre-visit questionnaire and a list of the questions asked at this stage (via email).
b) A property inspection on-site. Photographs could be taken by the fire safety consultant to provide the proof needed for the report.

5. Subject to complete payment being received, the Client gets the final report in 1-2 weeks.

Price List

The costs shown below are approximate.

FRA Site Visits are available on Saturdays & Sundays and Bank Holidays at no extra charge.
Perfect for busy enterprises like schools and HMOs that don't want any disruptions during the workweek!


£299 - £349

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Price of Fire Risk Assessment for:

  • Small residential communal areas - up to 150 sq m

  • Other buildings up to 200 sq m

£359 - £449
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Price of Fire Risk Assessment for:

  • Buildings between 300 - 900 sq m

£459 - £699
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Price of Fire Risk Assessment for:

  • Buildings between 1 000 - 2 000 sq m

£719 - £849

Price of Fire Risk Assessment for:

  • Buildings between 2 100 - 3 100 sq m

£859 - £999
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Price of Fire Risk Assessment for:

  • Buildings between 3 100 - 4 900 sq m

  • Individual prices for buildings over 5 000 sq m and multiple sites & care homes

If you'd like more information about these services, get in touch with us or give us a call right away.