Fire is an incident that threatens significant harm to people, property, or the
environment; it requires rapid response, either to escape the effects or to take action to mitigate the effects, suchas firefighting.
Fire risk management involves the assessment of the risk of fire in a premises and action to reduce the likelihood of a fire and mitigate the consequences should a fire occur. The purpose of fire risk management may be for the protection of life (as required by the law) and the protection of property.
Lionheart Safety are there to act as your competent person in relation to fire safety on your premises. We can advise you on the specific requirements you may have within your business, aid in developing fire safety strategy and how to comply with the latest fire safety law.
Under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 you will need a documented Fire Risk Assessment if:
- You are responsible for a business premises.
- The premises is licenced (restaurant, bar or betting venue).
- You are an employer or self-employed with business premises.
- You are responsible for a part of a dwelling where that part is solely used for business purposes.
- You are a charity or voluntary organisation.
- You are in control / partial control to a significant degree over any premises as a contractor.
- You are a hotel providing accomodation
Fire Risk Assessment
A fire risk assessment is a legal requirement and must be undertaken by a competent individual. At lionheart Safety all the Fire Risk Assessors are as a minimum NEBOSH Qualified and experienced within their specific fields.
- Restaurants and bars
- Retail spaces
- Events and function rooms
- Factories and light industry
Fire Safety Training
Lionheart Safety fire training courses offer an engaging course designed to ensure that you understand your fire safety responsibilities as an employer or fire warden. Courses can be fully accredited face-to-face or assured online training or they are available for some courses as a blended learning.
- Fire Safety Principles – Level 1 (employees)
- Fire Safety – Level 2 (Fire Wardens / Marshalls)
Managers duties and responsibilities in fire safety (bespoke)
- Onsite fire training, evacuation planning and use of fire extinguishers (bespoke)
- Online fire safety training is also available from the fire safety section of the training portal, or email for details
If you have any questions, please get in contact via email on Stuart@lionheart-safety.com or use the contact button on the website