Fire Risk Assessments

Our team are highly experienced and qualified in Fire Risk Assessments, Fire Extinguisher Services, Fire Door Inspections & Health and Safety Consultants, with offices nationwide

Fire Risk Assessments

We offer nationwide fire risk assessment services using a wide network of accredited fire risk assessors. You can be assured that your fire risk assessment will be carried out with the greatest integrity and to the highest standards. All of our assessors are well experienced and will carry out an extensive and comprehensive assessment of the location. Following this, we will provide a digital report containing all necessary recommendations in order to fully comply with current fire safety legislation.

HSE Consultancy

Staines Safety Services provide health, safety and environmental consultancy along with workplace monitoring services. We offer a wide range of consultancy services, including fire risk assessments, policy and document writing, auditing, inspections and bespoke packages across the UK.

Fire Door Inspections

At Staines Safety Services, we offer professional and independent fire door inspection services. Our certified inspectors are fully qualified to carry out the assessments in HMO, private and business properties. Our inspections are extensive and cover all fire door components. A detailed report on the safety of the fire doors at your premises will be provided to you following the assessment.

Fire Extinguisher Services in the North East

We provide full fire extinguisher services, from product supply and installation to staff training on their correct and safe usage. We also offer annual maintenance of your extinguishers to ensure longevity and safety. We can assist your business with fire extinguisher services throughout Teesside and the North East.

Staines Safety Services

Here at Staines Safety Services, we ensure that your business is compliant with current fire risk legislation by identifying, assessing and managing risk. All members of our team are highly experienced and qualified to the latest industry standards.

Whether you are a private landlord who owns HMO properties or a commercial business owner, your property must have fire risk prevention measures and regular fire risk assessments. We can help to make this process as easy as possible.

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Client Testimonials

Needless to say we are extremely satisfied with the fire risk assessments we received. I like Staines Safety Services more and more each day because it makes my life a lot easier. After using Staines Safety Services, I believe my business is safer than ever before.

Property Development (East Yorkshire)

Staines Safety Services should be nominated for Health and Safety business of the year. Keep up the excellent work. We were treated like royalty.

Harris Construction (Teesside)

If you aren’t sure, always go for Staines Safety Services Ltd . Not able to tell you how happy I am with Staines Safety Services Ltd, they helped save my business. My business would not be trading now without them.

Rigloo (Lincolnshire)

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a Fire Risk Assessment mandatory?

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and The Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006 require that the responsible person for any non-domestic premises must carry out a fire risk assessment of the premises and review it regularly.

Who is responsible for Health & Safety in the workplace?

The primary responsibility for Health & Safety rests with the employer. But employees also have a duty to look out for any risks and report them.

Is PAT Testing a legal requirement?

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 require that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition. However, the Regulations do not specify what needs to be done, by whom or how frequently (i.e. they don’t make inspection or testing of electrical appliances a legal requirement).

Do I need a Health & Safety Policy?

Your business must have a health and safety policy, and if you have more than five employees, it must be written down. The policy should include a general statement outlining your commitment to managing health and safety effectively and what you wish to achieve; responsibilities and; arrangements.

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