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Fire Safety Risk Assessments

Do You Have a Fire Risk Assessment for Your Premises?

Did you know it has been a legal requirement since 2006 for all non-domestic premises (including the common areas of flats, bedsits etc) to have conducted a Fire Risk Assessment? More than half of these premises still do not have one and fire authorities are getting tough on those without. Magistrate courts have also recently been given powers to impose unlimited fines for fire safety deficiencies. Without a Fire Risk Assessment, your fire insurance could be invalid.

Having a Fire Risk Assessment is a positive step and should be looked upon as such. Not only will it ensure that the responsible person for the premises is able to comply with fire safety law, and the requirements of your fire insurance, but it will give you peace of mind that you are doing what is required to protect those in your premises and help prevent fires from happening that could be devastating for your business.

Dragon Fire Safety can give you that legal compliance and peace of mind at a very competitive cost by providing you with a bespoke report specifically written for your premises, by a fully experienced and qualified fire safety consultant, that will be “Suitable and Sufficient” for inspection by enforcement agencies.

Call Dragon Fire Safety today to book your personal premises inspection and protect your business NOW!


Fire Safety Risk Assessments undertaken in Flintshire, Denbighshire, Wrexham County, Cheshire, Wirral and Merseyside areas.

Dragon Fire Safety can also provide Fire Marshall / Fire Warden training for your business or organisation.

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