About Us

wirral fire risk assessment

Based in Wirral, Merseyside, we offer fire safety solutions all over the United Kingdom. We have business fire safety specialists, able to assist you with your fire safety requirements. From training staff to carying out a comprehensive fire risk assessment. Our staff are trained to the highest industry standards and we are members of the Fire Protection Association.

Why we are different

Based in Wirral, Merseyside, we have a completed contracts across the United Kingdom. From Working with Local Authoritys to working with small business', we provide a cost effective and common sense solution ensuring full compliance within legislation.

As well as our training, risk assessing and operational departments, our consultancy services are available to all sectors. Our services have been utilised in projects ranging from film productions to business continuity planning.

Our Business

Able to call on years of experience in both Firefighting and Fire Safety, we are able to assist you, your event or business through what can be seen as the legislative minefield. .

Our event safety teams have worked on productions accross the United Kingdom - at some of the countries biggest music festivals and some of the smallest local fetes.

Our business safety advisors have conducted Fire Risk Assessments for some of the UK's largest manufactuaring facilities and bring a wealth of experience.

"The Responsible Person"

Who is responsible In England and Wales?
If you’re an employer, owner, landlord or occupier of business or other non-domestic premises, you’re responsible for fire safety and are known as the ‘responsible person’. The Fire Safety Order also applies if you have paying guests - eg if you run a bed and breakfast, guest house or let a self-catering property.
As the ‘responsible person’ you must: carry out and regularly review a fire risk assessment of the premises tell staff or their representatives about the risks you’ve identified put in place, and maintain, appropriate fire safety measures plan for an emergency provide staff information, fire safety instruction and training. Non-domestic premises are: all workplaces and commercial premises all premises the public have access to the common parts of multi-occupied residential buildings.
In shared premises, it’s likely there’ll be more than one responsible person. You’ll need to coordinate your fire safety plans to make sure people on or around the premises are safe. For common or shared areas, the responsible person is the landlord, freeholder or managing agent. Alterations, extensions and new buildings When building new premises or doing building work on existing premises, you must comply with building regulations. This includes designing fire safety into the proposed building or extension.