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      Fire Risk Assessments

      Understanding the hazards in your building means you can manage the risk. Fire risk assessments are mandatory for almost every business where five or more people are employed, helping you comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

      At Surrey Tech Services Ltd, we offer fire risk assessments to help you improve fire safety in your premises, including aspects such as:

      • Who might be at risk in your building
      • Where the hazards are and how to eliminate risk
      • Documenting further action required
      • Documenting current safety equipment and assets
      • Review date scheduling for fire safety

      For more detailed information on fire risk assessments, please read our What Is a Fire Risk Assessment & Why Do I Need One? guide.

      The expertise of our qualified team can be used by schools, retail units, offices, landlords or even industrial sites across London and the Home Counties – including Maidenhead, Guildford and Slough. You can rely on our knowledge to help bolster your safety measures along with recommendations on ways to improve to keep your building compliant with the law.

      Book your fire risk assessment with our team today or discuss the needs of your business with us for professional advice. Call or fill out our contact form and we’ll be in touch with you as quickly as possible.

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      Call us now on 08081 689 497 to find out more about our fire alarm design, installation and maintenance services.

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