What is a Fire Risk Assessment?

A fire risk assessment will look at fire safety management, the arrangements in place for dealing with the outbreak of fire and the procedures for the safe evacuation of visitors and personnel.

Fire Risk Assessments are a requirement to be carried out under The Fire Services Act of 1981 and the Safety, Health & Welfare at Work Act 2005. Legislation requires that Fire Risk Assessments be carried out by concludes and occupier’s of all commercial premises.


Fire Risk Assessment Structure


At Trojan Safety Training our trained personnel will conduct a full examination of your workplace and discuss all the necessary recommendations with you personally. we can then help you to develop and implement your emergency plans and train your Fire Wardens/Marshals. 

A written report will be given to the employer covering all of the following areas accompanied by recommendations to be put in place. 

  • Means of escape
  • Emergency lighting
  • Fire alarms
  • Signage
  • Structural precautions
  • Ignition sources
  • Tests and inspections
  • Fire fighting equipment
  • Record keeping
  • Fire action plan
  • Staff training
  • House keeping
  • Arson