The recent Grenfell Tower tragedy, which killed 71 people, and the Lakanal House incident in 2009, which killed 7 people, provide a stark reminder of the importance of fire safety in buildings, and that’s why it is vital for organisations to have fire risk management in place.

In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, regulations mean virtually anyone in control of non-domestic premises are required to ensure that a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment is undertaken, and, in most cases, recorded.

Eton Environmental Group is a specialist in this area and our range of fire risk management services  can help you meet your fire safety obligations.

Our comprehensive services include fire risk assessments, fire compartmentation surveys , fire door inspections (accredited by FDIS) fire consultancy and training.

Our detailed assessments cover everything from examining fire safety records and procedures, through to identifying fire hazards and reviewing fire escape routes.

Our fire compartmentation surveys will help you identify ways of preventing the spread of fire, including identifying the fire integrity of the building and reporting back any remedial action that needs to be taken to ensure the building is fire safe.

We also inspect all fire doors and provide you with a detailed inventory and written report on each uniquely referenced door, including identifying any remedial work which may be needed.

We also use FCS Live, the UK’s leading online risk management software. This provides our clients with secure access to their fire risk management reports and other information relating to their account.

Among the clients we have provided fire risk management services to include City of London Corporation, Engie and Leeds Trinity University.

Please be aware that failure to comply with fire risk regulations may result in legal action, resulting in a fine or up to two years’ imprisonment.

To ensure this doesn’t happen to you, please call us on 01325 366886 for a free, no obligation quotation.