London Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants do you have Patio Heaters – then make sure your Fire Risk Assessment is up to date!

After a brilliant summer and hot sticky nights the city of London is starting to chill down! Not wanting this outside socialising to stop Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants will probably be getting the Patio Heaters out to make sure their clients are comfortable and extend the summer for as long as possible!

The Responsible Person of the premises must check what their Fire Safety Risk Assessment says about the use of Patio Heaters as they are an ignition source. It is imperative that you follow the advice of your Fire Safety Risk Assessment because if you don’t and the worst happens you may have a problem with your insurance company!

If your Fire Risk Assessment is not up to date or you don’t have one now is the time to act – Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants must have a fully compliant Fire Safety Risk Assessment as required by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. It is the law!

London Fire Risk Assessments are not only members of the Institution of Fire Engineers they are on the ‘Approved’ Register of Fire Risk Assessors – there are only 300 that cover England! So if you want advice or want a Fire Risk Assessment carried out by an independent specialist then contact their friendly team on 01689 890879 or click here they will be happy to help!

Fire, Health & Safety Risk Assessments – one Inspection two Risk Assessments saves time and money!

Many London based Offices require both a Fire Risk Assessment and a Health and Safety Risk Assessment for their premise – but having two separate companies and two separate inspections can be very time consuming for the Responsible Person!

London Fire Risk Assessments have a customised ‘Dual’ package which provides the solution! With one detailed inspection the Assessor with cover both Fire Safety and Health and Safety.

The ‘Dual’ package includes the following:

Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Safety Inspection Audit

Fire Risk Assessment Report

Fire Safety Management Plan – Significant Findings

Fire Safety Policy

Fire Safety Emergency Plan

Health & Safety Risk Assessment

Health & Safety Inspection Audit

Health & Safety Risk Assessment Report

Health & Safety Managment Plan – Managing Hazards

Health & Safety Managment Plan – Managing People

Health & Safety Policy

Asbestos Type One Visual Survey

Asbestos Certificate

All the documents you need to comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and the Health & Safety Executive.

Contact London Fire Risk Assessments now on 01689 890879 or click here to make and appointment.