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Fire Risk Assessment


Clayton Fire and Security can work with you and your business, company or organisation to ensure that you fully comply with all aspects of current fire safety legislation with a Fire Risk Assessment.


Your comprehensive FRA will be presented in a clear fronted spiral bound report and where applicable, will contain amongst other items the following information:

  • Introduction to the premises;

  • General information about the premises, occupants and any fire loss experience;

  • Relevant fire safety legislation;

  • Fire hazards and their elimination or control;

  • Fire protection measures;

  • Management of fire safety;

  • Fire record drawings of the premises (where applicable);

  • Fire alarm zone plans of the premises (where applicable);

  • Room number schedule (where applicable);

  • Fire risk assessment estimator;

  • Recommended actions;

  • Photographs (where applicable);

  • Fire Risk Assessment contact details;

  • Your local Fire and Rescue Service contact details;

  • Any other relevant notes.

Prior to the FRA being carried out, a full consultation will be carried out with you to ascertain the necessary level of information to assist in the preparation  of the final FRA report. Typically this will take approximately 60 to 90 minutes of your valuable time and effort


Contained within the individual sections of the FRA report will be references to the following: 

  • Occupants at special risk;

  • Electrical sources of ignition;

  • Smoking provision for staff and visitors;

  • Aspects of arson;

  • Portable heaters and heating installations;

  • Cooking provisions;

  • Lightning provisions;

  • Housekeeping items;

  • Hazards introduced by outside contractors and building works;

  • Means of escape;

  • Measures to limit fire spread and development;

  • Emergency escape lighting;

  • Fire safety signs and notices;

  • Means of giving warning in case of fire;

  • Manual fire extinguishing appliances;

  • Automatic fire extinguishing systems;

  • Procedures and arrangements for the management of fire safety;

  • Training of staff;

  • Fire drills;

  • Testing and maintenance of the workplace;

  • Keeping and maintaining records of inspections, tests and staff training.

Contact us now at or call 0330 353 0070 to discuss your requirements or to answer any questions you may have regarding current fire safety legislation or fire safety management systems

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