Does your Business Own or Occupy a Building?
Embarks trusted fire consultants, conduct comprehensive Fire Risk Assessments to ensure legal compliance on an extensive range of commercial buildings, and ensure compliance with current Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 legislation and fire safety in the workplace.
As an employer (and/or building owner or occupier), you are legally required to carry out and maintain a fire safety risk assessment.
& In-depth Inspection Program
Embark's comprehensive fire safety assessments are carried out either as a separate exercise or as part of a single risk assessment covering other health and safety risks.
Based on the assessment findings, duty holders must ensure that adequate and appropriate fire safety measures are met to minimize the risk of injury or loss of life in the event of a fire.
Therefore, as part of the Fire Risk Assessment, we provide a management fire policy supported by an in-depth maintenance and inspection program essential for all businesses with commercial properties.
Regular Fire Risk Assessments are good business sense as well as a legal requirement.
All too often, businesses are devastated by fire. Therefore, successful fire prevention starts with accurately understanding all the potentially life-threatening risks.
Embark’s Fire safety systems are designed to help safeguard people and property and to mitigate risk and prevent loss of life or assets in the event of a fire breaking out.
Numerous organisations are still not aware of their legal obligations – which is why they collaborate with a specialist such as Embark Consulting to support them in obtaining and fully guaranteeing fire safety compliance.
Specialist Fire Consultants
Embark’s talented pool of IFSM qualified fire safety consultants can provide you with a broad range of Fire specialist services that:
Achieve and maintain compliance with all fire safety regulations
Optimize safety within your buildings.
Reduce the risk of prosecution
Fire risk factors and people at risk
Fire detection and warning system
Means of escape
Provision of fire-fighting equipment
Planning for an emergency and training
Maintenance and testing of fire safety equipment
Annual inspection and risk assessment maintenance