Property Fire Risk Assessments

Cardinus are one of the few companies that have BAFE Gold SP205 certification for fire safety risk assessments, giving you the reassurance you need when protecting lives and property.

Rely on Cardinus to be your ‘Competent Person’ for Fire Safety Risk Assessments

Property Fire Risk Assessments

UK fire legislation requires that a continuous risk assessment is carried out to demonstrate that the fire safety precautions of a building are adequate. It’s required that your fire risk assessments are carried out by a ‘Competent Person’, defined as someone with sufficient training, experience, knowledge or other qualities to enable them to carry out the task properly. Cardinus are one of only a handful of fire risk assessment experts that have been certified to the Gold standard for BAFE SP205 Life Safety Fire Risk Assessments. This makes us the perfect choice for your fire safety risk assessments.

Fire Risk Assessments for Your Property

Property Fire Risk Assessments
  • Experienced in both the residential and commercial sector
  • Multi-skilled surveyors who can combine your fire risk assessments with surveys and assessments
  • BAFE ‘Gold’ SP205 Life Safety Fire Risk Assessment certified
  • Nationwide network of fire risk assessors
  • Free management software to track, store and manage all of your Cardinus property surveys

Fire Risk Assessment process

  • Step 1

    Define the initial scope of the assessment project

  • Step 2

    Identify the activities/premises which are to be assessed

  • Step 3

    Surveyor to visit the premises to identify and record the hazards associated with each activity

  • Step 4

    Record precautions already in place and recommend additional precautions to reduce risks to an acceptable level

  • Step 5

    Agree procedures for the review and monitoring of the fire risk assessment

Objectives of a fire safety risk assessment

  1. Define the initial scope of the assessment project
  2. Identify the activities/premises which are to be assessed
  3. Surveyor to visit the premises to conduct the assessment
  4. Identify and record the hazards associated with each activity
  5. Record precautions already in place
  6. Recommend additional precautions to reduce risks to an acceptable level
  7. Agree procedures for the review and monitoring of the fire risk assessment

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