Fire Risk Assessment

Expert Consultants in Fire Risk Assessment

We provide affordable fire risk assessment as well as final report service if required.

We can offer complete fire safety and fire training procedures to businesses, we specialise in performing fire risk assessments to maintain a safe workplace for businesses. These are all very important courses for businesses if they wish to maintain a safe environment for their staff and customers.

Here at STF Solutions Ltd we feel that we offer the best value for money fire risk assessment across the UK. We offer a fantastic price but still perform an assessment of the highest safety level to ensure you meet all fire safety regulations. As a business owner it is your responsibility to make sure a fire risk assessment is carried out, we can visit your premises at a time that suits you and undertake an assessment. On completion you can be satisfied that your premises are safe and you haven’t had to break the bank to do so.

Premises we cover

Below are premises that our consultants perform assessments on.

  • Office and Shops

  • Factories and Warehouses

  • Sleeping Accommodation

  • Residential care homes

  • Educational premises, schools, colleges

  • Public houses, Restaurants, Cafes, Village Hall, Community Centres

  • Large places of assembly, Large night clubs, museums, libraries, churches

  • Theatre, Cinemas, Concert  halls

  • Open Air Events, theme parks, zoos, sporting events

  • Health Care premises, hospitals, doctors surgeries, dentists

  • Transport premises, airports, railway stations, bus and coach stations

5 steps of how an assessment works

  • Identify all obvious fire hazards

- e.g. how fires could start, potential flammable materials

  • People who may be at risk

- e.g. employees, visitors, and any particularly vulnerable people such as children, elderly and disabled people.

  • Evaluate risks and act

- Remove and reduce any risks found from steps 1 and 2 to secure people and your premise

  • Record, plan and train

- keep a record of what risks you identified and what actions you have taken to reduce or remove them.  Make a clear plan of how to prevent fires and, should one start, you will keep people safe.  Make sure your staff know what to do in the event of a emergency and if necessary that they are trained for their roles.

  • Review

- regularly review your assessment to ensure it remains up to date and reflects and changes that may have occurred.


Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Risk Assessment