Fire Risk Assessment

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The facts about Fire Risk Assessments

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Who needs a Fire Risk Assessment?

Check below to see whether you need to organise a Fire Risk Assessment for your premises. The list below is not exhaustive. If you’re not sure whether you need a Fire Risk Assessment, please call us on 0330 120 0105

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What type of Fire Risk Assessment do you need?

Take a look below at our range of Fire Risk Assessments we offer. If you’re not sure what level of assessment you need, please call us on 0330 120 0105.

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Type 1 Fire Risk Assessments

A Type 1 Fire Risk Assessment (FRA) is non-destructive, and the most common. A Type 1 FRA assesses all the common parts of a building, such as a lobby area in a shared block of flats – but not individual dwellings. In some cases, a Type 1 FRA will inspect construction points between individual dwellings (such as shared supportive walls) – but in most cases, this is not necessary.

A Type 1 FRA has the purpose of ensuring that common parts of a building have the arrangements which allow people to escape if there was to be a fire – such as clear signage pointing to entry and exit points.

The results of a Type 1 FRA may reveal the requirement for further FRAs. If this is the case, the Type 1 FRA will list reasons why this would be required.

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Type 2 Fire Risk Assessments

Type 2 Fire Risk Assessments are rare, and normally only recommended if a Type 1 FRA concluded that there may be serious structural flaws in a building which may increase the risk of fire spreading. A Type 2 FRA includes destructive sampling. This increases the cost of this type of assessment because a contractor would be required.

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Type 3 Fire Risk Assessments

A Type 3 Fire Risk Assessment is comprehensive – and covers more than the law requires. This type of assessment covers all common areas of a building – and individual dwellings.

A Type 3 FRA considers all means of escapes (including those within individual dwellings), structures, and compartmentation between flats and any means of fire detection. A Type 3 FRA is non-destructive – and is usually only considered necessary if there are fire risks within individual dwellings.

Landlords and building owners can find it difficult to arrange Type 3 FRAs because they require entrance into individual dwellings. Often this type of assessment is easier if living spaces are empty.

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Type 4 Fire Risk Assessments

Type 4 Fire Risk Assessments are similar to Type 2 FRAs, as they include a destructive sampling, but in both the common parts of a building and living areas – such as apartments. Type 4 FRAs are more comprehensive – and complicated to complete. This is because access to individual dwellings is required and destructive sampling can lead to a need for repairs. Type 4 FRAs are only required in a limited number of circumstances, usually only being suggested if there is reason to believe there are serious defects in both common parts of a building or individual dwellings.

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Get a Fire Risk Assessment in Three Easy Steps

As one of the UK’s highest rated Fire Safety Training provider we’ve made it easy for you to get the Fire Risk Assessment you need for your building.

1. Call our team or request a callback

One of our expert Fire Risk Assessment Team will be in touch to agree your requirements.

2. We'll agree your requirements & carry out your Fire Risk Assessment

Our team will work with you to create a bespoke experience specific to your needs.

3. We'll carry out the Fire Risk Assessment

Our team will agree a date and time with you for the inspection. You'll be provided with a PAS 79 compliant Fire Risk Assessment and a prioritised Action Plan upon completion.

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