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London Fire Risk Assessments is supporting a Greek charity – Attika. Attika operates a humanitarian warehouse hub that provides Non-Government Charities (NGO’s) with desperately needed supplies for the homeless and vulnerable refugees on the mainland and the Greek islands.

So why are we helping Attika – they are fighting for survival its as simple as that! The war in Ukraine and Palestine the environmental disasters all over the world and the energy crisis has captured the media attention resulting in the refugee crisis in Greece being forgotten. What do Attika supply to NGO’s – […]

The Landlord of a London Hotel being used as a House in Multiple Occupancy has been fined £10,000 for breaches in Fire Safety.

The London Hotel was being used as a ‘house in multiple occupation’ (HMO), licensed to house 20 tenants. When inspected it was identified as “fell below acceptable safety standards”. The serious fire safety risk led the Environmental Health Officers to bring a prosecution against the Landlord for putting the lives of the building’s occupants in […]

London Fire Risk Assessments has introduced a Fire Risk Assessment and Fire Marshal Training package saving customers time and money. This offer is particularly suitable for Office environments but can be adapted for all industry sectors.

London Fire Risk Assessments has introduced a Fire Risk Assessment and Fire Marshal Training package to help save time and money for busy Office environments. It is imperative that Offices have an up to date Fire Safety Risk Assessment which is deemed ‘suitable and sufficient’ – that is the law! But in our experience, more […]

The new requirements introduced by the Fire Safety Act has place more enthesis on the ‘Responsible Person’ or ‘Duty Holder’ to ensure that the Fire Safety Risk Assessment for their Building/Premise is ‘suitable and sufficient’.

All industry sectors will be affected so if you are the Responsible Person for a Building/Premise in London or Manchester you must ensure that the Fire Risk Assessment is carried out by an accredited Fire Risk Assessor. The accreditation will confirm that the Fire Risk Assessor has proved competency in Fire Safety and will provide […]

Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEP) in High-Risk Residential Buildings. Recommendations from the Grenfell Tower Inquiry Phase 1 report.

London Fire Risk Assessments have included in their Standard Fire Safety Risk Assessments the Annex A – PEEP template to help Responsible Persons or Duty Holders carry out a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEP). The Template includes the following considerations: Agreed place of safety to evacuate to away from the Building The safest route to […]