Fire Risk Assessments Cost
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, all non-domestic premises need to have an adequate, up-to-date fire risk assessment. Without one, you don’t only endanger people’s lives, you face possible prosecution, and the kinds of fines and reputational damage that could prove fatal to your business, too.
Different types of premises have different guidelines for fire safety standards. Our specialist consultants can carry out fire risk assessments and compile cost-effective, legally-compliant risk reduction strategies for all commercial and public premises, including offices, workshops, schools, pubs and hotels. We can assess buildings that are occupied, under construction or being refurbished; we have particular expertise in timber-framed buildings.
What is the Cost of Fire Risk Assessment?
If you are looking for a fire risk assessment to be carried out on your business, there are a number of factors that will affect the cost of this kind of assessment. These costs are usually related to the type of building and business you have and also the size of the business. We have put together a guide on average costs below;
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Overall, the average cost of fire risk assessment can vary largely between £200 – £1000 but can sometimes be higher or lower in certain situations. If you are looking for a more specific quote on your business, then get in touch with Bernard Sims Associates today.
What Types of Businesses Require Fire Risk Assessments?
All types of businesses require a fire risk assessment to comply with legislation passed in 2005. However, the cost generally varies depending on the size of your business and the sector you are in. We have included some different examples of the average cost for businesses in certain sectors;
Low-level businesses include – cafes, beauty salons, dental practices and convenience stores
Mid-level businesses include – schools, hotels, industrial premises, factories and care homes
High-level businesses include – blocks of flats, council housing, sheltered housing and local authorities
We also carry out training for fire marshals and general fire safety awareness.
For more information, call BSA on 01483 467270, email firstname.lastname@example.org