Business owners have an obligation to their employees to keep them safe and secure. At Premier Fire and Safety Training we can help you fulfil that with our fire risk assessment. We work in the KSA but have also worked with international companies.
Statistically, 85% of businesses don’t recover from the financial and emotional costs of fires. If you want your employees to know their roles during an emergency situation then we can help. Fires and other incidents can drastically change your business if you’re not properly prepared for them.
Whether you need a day of training or just safety equipment, Premier Fire and Safety Training is at your disposal. Any one of our fire safety Scotland courses can reduce the impact that a fire could have on your business.
First aid is useful in many situations around the office, especially in the aftermath of one of these incidents. We offer H.S.E. approved first aid courses with the correct certification for your records. As an employer, you must provide adequate first aid training and the necessary tools to administer it – both of which you can find here.
We work with businesses of all shapes and sizes, with specialist training on hand for those that work with dangerous chemicals or hazardous materials. Our team can also give your employees the resources to work safely in confined spaces. These are all responsibilities that you should be aware of and it’s your duty to provide your employees with these.
Being health and safety compliant is essential for all businesses, so come to us for an experienced company. We take these requirements seriously to keep your business on the right side of the law. Have a look at our special offers for cut price promotions and ways that you can save your business money.
You can rest assured that our team is the right team for you and your business. All of our fire risk assessors have completed a series of nationally recognized training courses and are recognized by the Fire Risk Assessors (FRA) Register. Our team keep up to date with all of the latest fire safety legislation and best practices, and are experienced in conducting fire risk assessments within both residential and commercial property management sectors.
Here at All saved, we have expert knowledge of every aspect of current legislation, and how it applies in commercial, public or residential spaces. To ascertain what measures will be required for your situation specifically, a fire safety audit will need to be carried out.
A fire safety audit will entail an examination of your premises in order to determine how it’s currently being managed, how it should be managed and to ensure that you and your employees are made aware of their fire safety responsibilities within the workplace.
Our fire risk assessments cover:
- Building evacuation plans
• Fire safety equipment
• Fire detection and warning systems
• Means of escape
• Firefighting equipment
• Fire drills and training
• Maintenance and record keeping
What are my Responsibilities Surrounding Fire Safety Audits and Risk Assessments?
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, any non-domestic premises must have a Responsible Person (RP) whose job is to carry out a fire risk assessment. Broadly speaking, the assessment should define measures that will reduce or eliminate the risk of fire, and identify persons at risk.
For most people, carrying out a fire risk assessment with no expert help is a daunting task – this is when it’s time to call the professionals! We can guide you through the process, identifying hazards that are specific to your building.