All our fire risk assessors are industry competent, with the majority coming from a Fire Service background. Our assessors receive constant support and mentoring from our Audit team. We also deliver regular industry specific seminars and briefings to assessors to ensure they understand both client requirements and the interpretation we are using from the relevant guidance and British Standards. We have a rigorous Audit Procedure that guarantees every assessment conducts is done so by a competent assessor and then audited by another competent person, this gives the client as much standardisation as possible with their reports and minimise the potential for errors.
Our Operations team are a dedicated team that work with clients from beginning to end in turning assessments round, from making appointments to returning assessment to clients. This means clients have an assigned project manager to work with on a daily basis who in turn works under our Head of Operations.
As our assessors and audit team are vastly experienced in both fire risk assessment and fire safety, this ensures that clients do not get oversubscribed and expensive recommendations; they receive recommendations that are measured and realistic, and in many cases, but not all, management solutions are the best approach for clients.
Given our extensive experience we know that we need to understand clearly how clients will be using FRA reports once they are produced, what they want to get from the reports, how they will address the significant findings within reports, and many other issues, so time is spent prior to any work commencing understanding and sometimes advising clients on how to deliver the best results from each project.
You can rely on us. Facilities Managers from Housing Associations to major hotels and retail outlet chains have relied on Safety Management (UK) to assist them with Fire Risk Assessments(including Fire Safety Order compliance) and Fire Safety Training.
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