We will review your premises and company to ensure it is fully compliant with legislation and issue an improvement report.
A Fire Risk Assessment (FRA) is designed to identify all Fire causes and highlight shortfalls in equipment, Procedures and escape methods.
Following Audits our team will follow up on reports and actions issued to ensure full close-out of any risk items.
We will carry out full HRRB Assessments and Safety Cases for buildings. Post Grenfell we have been researching and building a register of Fire causes and remedial measures in line with industry work groups. Raising the Bar is an initiative we support as well as Dame Judith Hackitt's Building a Safer Future.
Firesafetychx can carry out studies related too; Escape Routes, Sprinklers systems, Alarm Systems, Risers, Emergency Lighting, ACM Cladding, Passive Fire Protection, Human Behaviour, Performance based design, Cost Benefit Analysis, Fire Protection Analysis
Preparation of systematic safety management processes, safety management systems, risk assessment methodologies. Preparation of Fire and Emergency Files, Hazard Analysis, Risk assessments, bow-tie assessments. Code and regulation compliance.
Fire Risk Assessors
Management of building safety using Building Safety Coordinators (BSC).
Accountable Person (AP)-Building Safety and Residential Management
Record what assessment has been carried out for the External Wall Construction of a residential apartment buildings where the highest floor is18m or more above ground level. we will complete and sign off the form Option A and B
https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/events-as-they-happen World Health Organisation (WHO)
https://www.nhs.uk/ Nationl Health Service (NHS)
It is important to ensure that your Health & Safety Policy, Risk Assessments and in some cases Method statements/Procedures cover the COVID-19 risks.
Continuing to provide services and keep your businesses running safely is critical and showing a duty of care is also extremely important.
We will without charge provide the necessary wording for you to add to these documents. Please feel free on the contact details below to let us know your business and how we can assist
Everyone must stay at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
You should only leave the house for 1 of 4 reasons:
These 4 reasons are exceptions – even when doing these activities, you should be minimising time spent outside of the home and ensuring you are 2 metres apart from anyone outside of your household.
There is separate advice about:
There are things you can do to help reduce the risk of you and anyone you live with getting ill with coronavirus.
To help yourself stay well while you're at home:
Please request depending on the Home Working Service.
When someone is working from home, permanently or temporarily, as an employer you should consider:
There will always be greater risks for lone workers with no direct supervision or anyone to help them if things go wrong.
Keep in touch with lone workers, including those working from home, and ensure regular contact to make sure they are healthy and safe.
For those people who are working at home on a long-term basis, the risks associated with using display screen equipment (DSE) must be controlled. This includes doing home workstation assessments.
However, there is no increased risk from DSE work for those working at home temporarily. So in that situation employers do not need to do home workstation assessments.
You could provide workers with advice on completing their own basic assessment at home. This practical workstation checklist (PDF)- Portable Document Format may help them.
There are some simple steps you can take to reduce the risks from display screen work:
Employers should try to meet those needs where possible.
For some equipment (eg keyboards, mouse, riser) this could mean allowing workers to take this equipment home.
For other larger items (eg ergonomic chairs, height-adjustable desks) encourage workers to try other ways of creating a comfortable working environment (eg supporting cushions).
Our brief guide has more information.
Home working can cause work-related stress and affect people’s mental health.
Being away from managers and colleagues could make it difficult to get proper support.
Put procedures in place so you can keep in direct contact with home workers so you can recognise signs of stress as early as possible.
It is also important to have an emergency point of contact and to share this so people know how to get help if they need it.
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Member of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (MIIRSM).
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Construction Design Management (CDM).