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Fire risk assessment cost is only £199.00 including VAT for residential properties. We are serving clients in London- Central London, North London, East London, South London, and East London with professional Fire Risk Assessments for many years.

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Fire Risk Assessment Cost Table:

All Landlord Certificates Limited has given clearly explain regarding Fire risk assessment cost:

Residential properties £199.00

Commercial properties £350.00

What is a Fire Risk Assessment?

Since 2006, the fire risk assessment has been the foundation for fire safety in virtually all non-domestic premises. Prior to that the fire and rescue service came along and issued fire certificates from any of the commonplaces of work and effectively acted as the free consultants. All that has changed so the real foundation for a safe building is the fire risk assessment.

Carefully observe your premises and the people who use your property to prevent any fire hazard.  This is to understand the potential risks and then improve your fire protection systems to protect people.

Landlord Fire Safety Certificate

If you are an employer, the owner, the landlord, an occupier it’s a legal requirement for you to make sure certified personnel completes a fire risk assessment to identify fire risks and hazards in your premises and take immediate appropriate action in case of any fire risk identified. Be sure to review your Landlord Fire Safety Certificate routinely and whenever significant changes can affect it.

To know details or more about Fire risk assessment cost, you are always welcome to our 24/7 online chat support along with e-mail or phone call.

A fire risk assessment can protect you & your home from any serious fire related damage as well as complying with law.

As a landowner or property manager, you should know-

If there is a fire and you do not meet your legal obligations to protect people, you could be fined and even sentenced to life in prison. 

How many steps in fire safety risk assessment?

Basically, assessments are conducted in five key steps:

  • Identifying fire hazards.
  • Identifying people at risk.
  • Evaluate, remove, or reduce the risks.
  • Record all findings, prepare an emergency plan, and provide training.

Review and update the fire risk assessment regularly whenever significant changes can affect it.

Landlords’ responsibilities:

  • Easy emergency routes and exits
  • Activated fire detection and warning systems
  • Easy to access firefighting equipment
  • The removal or safe storage of dangerous substances
  • An effective emergency fire evacuation plan
  • An effective emergency Escape plan for vulnerable people, for example, the elderly, young children, or those with disabilities
  • Providing information to employees and other people on the premises
  • staff fire safety training
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To stay safe due to fire risk assessment-

It is good practice in buildings of all sizes for managers to keep basic records of:

  • Maintain, inspect, and test all equipment provided for fire safety, including smoke detectors and sensors, fire alarms, emergency lighting, fire extinguishers, and sprinklers
  • Any occurrence reports
  • Fire risk assessments
  • Fire safety measures are taken
  • Documents from insurance companies or enforcement authorities
  • Staff training
  • Fire drills, including drill dates, evacuation times, learning points, etc.
  • Information on fire precautions for employees and contractors
  • Investigation of fire incidents.

The use of a specific fire safety file is recommended to keep such information in one place and easily accessible. The person in charge must be appointed to keep the file updated.

Registering risk assessments doesn’t have to be complicated. It should be a simple working document to record risk factors and decisions about the arrangements necessary for control.

Fire risk assessment how often?

Review and update the fire risk assessment regularly whenever significant changes can affect it.

How can we help you?

All landlord certificates offer for all types of fire risk assessments for both residential and commercial buildings. Our qualified fire risk inspectors will give you the best advice during the process. Finally, we will provide you a detailed report according to the current legislation.

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  • Arrange an inspection
  • A Digital Report (PDF) will email you.

We have a team of fully qualified Risk Assessors helping people all over London for many years.

We offer tailor made pricing for Fire risk assessment including VAT, No hidden cost.

Fire risk assessment cost is only £149.00 including VAT for Residential properties.

Fire risk assessment cost is only £349.00 including VAT for Commercial properties.

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Frequently asked questions

Fire risk assessment is a composed look at what, in your work exercises and working environment, might cause harm to individuals from fire. It’ll offer assistance in deciding the chances of a fire happening and the perils from the fire that the work environment poses for the individuals who utilize it.

Recognize the fire hazards. Identify individuals at risk. Evaluate, evacuate or decrease the risks. Record your findings, get ready for an emergency arrangement, and give training. Review and update the fire hazard assessment regularly. The fire safety hazard assessment chart provides more point-by-point data about these steps. You’ll consider: emergency routes and exits fire location and warning systems fire fighting equipment the removal or secure storage of unsafe substances and emergency fire evacuation plans for the needs of helpless individuals, for illustration the elderly, youthful children, or those with disabilities providing data to representatives and other individuals on the premises staff fire safety training

The Fire Risk Assessment must be looked into on a regular basis. It is prescribed that the following be included within the survey: Every 12 months after the initial assessment is done. Every 5 years a new assessment should be conducted.

By law, each block of flats and all business premises is required to conduct a fire hazard assessment. Be that as it may, not everybody includes a great understanding of this essential fire safety measure.

Anybody who has control over the premises is responsible for completing Fire Risk Assessments, whether that’s a person or part of a group for one specific area.

A Type 1 FRA evaluates all the common parts of a building, such as a lobby zone in a shared piece of flats – but not personal residences. A Type 1 Fire Risk Assessment (FRA) is non-destructive, and the foremost common.

A Type 1 fire risk assessment is the fundamental fire hazard assessment required for the reason of fulfilling the Fire Safety Order (FSO). Common parts only (non-destructive)

The risk assessments in a Type 2 inspection must look at the same regions as those assessed in a Type 1 assessment, but here a few tests are chosen for damaging inspection. Common parts only (destructive)

A Type 3 FRA assessment requires the same work as a Type 1 assessment but surpasses the scope of the FSO, in spite of the fact that it must not in any way repudiate the Housing Act. Common parts and flats (non-destructive)

Type 4 FRA assessment is the same as Type 3 assessment in scope, other than that it’ll permit for damaging inspection and testing in both flats and common parts carried out in a few test regions and flats that are chosen. Common parts and flats (destructive)

The cost of an assessment often varies between £200 and £599 depending on the household and the number of bedrooms a house has.

In the event that there are 5 regular tenants or more the fire risk assessment must be in composing. On the off chance that your block of flats or business premises ordinarily has over 4 residents at once, at that point you’re legitimately required for your fire risk assessment to be reported.

In case there are less than 5 tenants regularly within the building, at that point it isn’t required for the fire risk assessment to be composed down.

The reason is to assess and make a choice about the level of fire risk to decide whether to require appropriate risk management measures or not. Subsequently, building fire risk analysis serves as a premise for fire risk management.

A Type 3 assessment requires the same work as a Type 1 assessment but surpasses the scope of the FSO, in spite of the fact that it must not in any way repudiate the Housing Act. Common parts and flats (non-destructive)

The risk assessments in a Type 2 inspection must look at the same regions as those assessed in a Type 1 assessment, but here a few tests are chosen for damaging inspection. Common parts only (destructive)

The time it takes for the assessment to be carried out will shift depending on the estimate of the building. In any case, this will for the most part take 2 to 3 hours.

Firstly, you wish to discover who is responsible for fire safety within your business or non-domestic premises. You’re classed as responsible, on the off chance that you fall into one of the following categories: An employer, The owner, The landlord, Facilities manager, Buildings Manager, Managing agent, Risk assessor, Anyone who has control of the premises.

It is recommended to record it in writing for best practice.

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Residential property

1-4 bedrooms, 5-10 bedrooms

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