fire safety services brighton hove sussex
fire safety brighton sussex



sussex fire risk assessmentThe Fire Risk Assessment Company offer the following fire safety services

Fire Safety Audits & Inspections

Fire Safety Audits -In order to ensure your premises are suitable and sufficient and comply with current legislative requirements, we can provide a comprehensive Fire Safety audit.

Depending on your requirements, the audit may include review of the following:

- Fire safety management procedures.
- Fire safety policies and procedures examined and advice provided.
- Areas of non compliance identified and advice provided in relation to legal requirements.
- Audit report provided identifying corrective action.

This service may be of particular interest to either new or existing home buyers purchasing flats or apartments in freehold or leasehold properties, to ensure the Landlord / Freeholder / Managing Agent are complying with their legal obligations under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Fire Safety Staff Training for Employees

We can supply your staff with a bespoke training package to meet the needs and requirements of your business. Management are legally bound to ensure that staff are trained in what to do in the event of a fire. Employers must now nominate and train a suitable number of staff in how to use fire fighting equipment.

Training can be provided at your own premises or other agreed venue.

Portable Appliance Testing

The Provision and Use Of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 - 'Every employer shall ensure that work equipment is maintained in an efficient state, in efficient working order and in good repair'
PAT can ensure you comply with electrical regulations. Please contact our office for further information.

Signage Shop

Ever since the introduction of the EEC Directive (EEC/92/58), the sign industry has been in total confusion and uncertainty has spread amongst those who need to specify fire signs. There are two main types of emergency exit route and final exit signs in use in the UK. The first is based on the designs shown, in the British Standard BS 5499: Part 1: Specification for Fire Safety Signs:1990.

The other (commonly known as the 'Euro-sign') is based on the designs shown in the EEC Directive (EEC/92/58). In all the confusion, you may be unsure of which is the most effective and which one should be specified according to good practice. We can assist with most issues relating to signage.
Please contact us with your requirements.


Please call our South East office for more information.

Tel 01444 236044

07802 495 420



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