Regulatory Compliance
Abbey Security and Fire can offer all its customers a qualified and comprehensive fire risk assessment bringing you and your business up to date with all current fire safety regulations

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO) of 2005 was formed to address a number of inconsistencies in this previous fire protection regulation.

Before the RRFSO legislation consisted of over 70 pieces of individual pieces of legislation and two major acts - The Fire Precautions Act 1971 and Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997.

The RRFSO law affects all non-domestic premises in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It applies to you if you are an employer, responsible for business premises, self employed with business premises or a contractor with some control over premises. It also applies to charities and voluntary organisations.

The resulting Document is necessarily detailed but is presented in a smart folder in an easy to follow format in accordance with Government Guidelines. It includes a copy of the original checklist, a photographic action report, a summary of the significant findings as required by the Law. Also included are advisories and policy templates you may need to follow and implement.

A PDF format will also be available.

What areas do we assess?
Fire Risk Assessments

The areas to be assessed and documented are as follows;

  • Ignition sources and existing control measures
  • Arson Hazards & preventative measures
  • Combustibles, storage and controls
  • Structural Fire Risks and Containment
  • Highly Flammable & Explosive materials
  • Assessment of persons at risk and the extent of the risk
  • Protective measures needed for occupants or those nearby
  • Exits, Exit Routes and final exit releases
  • Fire Detection & Warning Arrangements
  • Fire Fighting Equipment & Suppression systems
  • Emergency Lighting
  • Signage
  • Fire Policies, Procedures and Emergency Plan
  • Fire Safety related Record Keeping
  • Staff Training & Fire Drills
  • Preventative Maintenance, Testing & Servicing
  • Access for Fire Appliances
  • External & Boundary Fire Hazards
  • Business Continuity Risk & Post-fire Contingency
  • Obvious general safety issues seen during the visit