Our expert fire risk assessors can provide a comprehensive audit of your premises to ensure the building – and your organisation's fire safety processes – are fully compliant with the law.

Fire Safety Audits and Risk Assessments

One of the most common questions we're asked when customers first get in touch is: 'What are my responsibilities under the law?'

There is no simple answer to this question. There are numerous laws relating to fire safety, with different regulations applying to various domestic and non-domestic settings.

Here at Allsaved, we have expert knowledge of every aspect of current legislation, and how it applies in commercial, public or residential spaces.

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 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. Our 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

As the RP, you are responsible for keeping your risk assessment up-to-date and valid, taking into account any changes in regulations.

Don't take chances. Contact Allsaved today to book a fire risk assessment for your building. Our prices start from just £225, offering you better value and total peace of mind.

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Drop us a line and one of our friendly staff will be in touch to discuss your fire protection requirements.

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Meet One of Our Team

Scott Ripley, Fire Risk Assessor

I'm Scott, I started off doing a lot of utility fire risk assessments and now also carry out commerical assessment in offices and shops.


We're one of the leading fire risk assessment companies in the South East, covering a wide area including London, the Home Counties, Suffolk, Norfolk, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northants.

If you are based outside of these areas, please get in touch and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.

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Artemis Aerospace

We installed new facilities at Artemis Aerospace including electric roller doors and high bay LED lighting.


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Trinity House, Needles Lighthouse

We were contracted to remove and replace an outdated fire suppression system and address a flammable liquid risk



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What is a Fire Risk Assessment?

A fire risk assessment is a physical inspection of your premises including the 5 steps below:
  1. Identify the fire hazards.
  2. Identify the people at risk.
  3. Evaluate, remove or reduce the risk, if possible and protect from risk.
  4. Record the findings.
  5. Plan, instruct and train to act on the findings.

Do I need a Fire Risk Assessment?

Yes, as a responsible person, you must carry out a fire risk assessment and subsequent regular reviews. If you have five or more employees the process must be a documented report.

Can I carry out my own Fire Risk Assessment?

Yes, a fire risk assessment can be carried out by the responsible person but usually the responsible person appoints a qualified, competent contractor.

How often do I need to review my Fire Risk Assessment?

In accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order, fire risk assessments should be reviewed regularly. This may be every year but should always be reviewed following any major changes to the building, whether structural or the main daily operations. The risk assessment should also be reviewed following a fire event.


Drop us a line and one of our team will be in touch to discuss your fire risk assessment requirements.