Do you need an independant quality driven and client focussed company who can assist you with fire safety?
Look no further as Prism Fire Risk Management Ltd can provide you with a host of specialist fire safety services.
Combined with our unique recording portal you are in safe hands having us advise and look after all your fire safety, prevention and mitigation needs.
Understanding the full remit of the Fire Safety Order and its legal obligations can be a daunting task for any deemed ‘responsible person’. Especially when trying to also run an effective business.
Having a Fire Safety Advisor can provide that sector competent role to support your business legal compliance and continuity. This can be from an overall strategy through to general fire arrangements, fire risk assessments, training and planned preventative maintenance programmes.
Fire Risk Assessments (FRA) are a legal requirement of The Fire Safety Order, and the key element of self-regulation unless you live in a single domestic property, or your workplace constitutes a mine, borehole, offshore installation, aircraft, ship or forestry undertaking.
Whilst there is no obligation (at this time) to contract a specialist to carry out an FRA, in that you can complete one yourself, it has to be suitable and sufficient in identifying the risks from fire for all ‘relevant persons’, together with an action plan of mitigation.
Working hand in hand with fire risk assessments, some workplaces may require a specific assessment under the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations.
This is usually where work processes involve flammable liquids and similar products, or where potentially explosive atmospheres may be created by vapours and/or powders.
The requirement of effective fire prevention and mitigation all operatives of waste sites, including those who deal with ‘End of Life Vehicles’, now forms a condition of an ‘Environmental Permit’ to allow businesses within this sector to operate safely.
Unless built to a modern fire engineered solution, most buildings are built around the Means of Escape principles within Building Regulations Approved Document B and British Standards 9999 and 9991.Read More
These are a crucial part of passive safety that aid people moving through critical areas of a building and therefore are a key functional piece of furniture. Fire doors should comply to specific tolerances and be of certain types including both the door frame and leaf itself.Read More
The Fire Safety Order requires that all ‘equipment and facilities’ regarding fire precautions are maintained in ‘good repair and an efficient state’. Therefore to be able to evidence this a testing and inspection programme is normally started. The law also states that escape routes and fire exits must be clear and unobstructed at all times.Read More
Directly linked to property or estate management is our unique ‘Aries’ software. Aries allows you to collate all of your fire safety tests and inspections into one easy dashboard solution. Overseen by Prism Fire Risk Management Ltd it ensures you remain compliant to national fire legislation.Read More
With a third party accredited course, Prism has set its training and learning standards to a high degree. This one-day classroom based course is for clients as part of an overall fire safety strategy programme.Read More
Prism can provide comprehensive fire safety strategies and designs of any building project you are considering, based upon the current guidance in either building Regulations Approved Document B (fire safety).Read More
Understanding the complexities of fire safety can sometimes be a daunting task. While you should always use a sector competent person in reviewing and advising you on your fire safety matters (as highlighted within Article 18 of the FSO), it may be increasingly useful to understand the sometimes technical language used when such advice and guidance is produced.Read More