Fire Risk Assessments – What’s involved?

Fire Risk Assessments – what’s involved?

A major part of our work in the fire safety engineering sector is the high-level fire risk assessments which we carry out on several different existing buildings types.  They range from hospitals, warehouses, apartment blocks and dwelling houses.

A detailed on-site inspection is carried out to identify sub-standard fire safety risk items and includes the following visual inspections:

  • Passive fire protection (compartmentation, fire walls etc.)
  • Active fire protection (fire alarms, emergency lighting etc.)
  • Means of escape (exit doors, travel distances etc.)
  • Access and facilities for the fire service (vehicle access, hydrants etc.)
  • Management/house keeping (fire register, fire wardens etc.)

On completing the above, a detailed fire risk assessment report is compiled, to include photos of our findings along with recommendations of any required upgrade or remedial works.

If you require more details about what is involved in a fire safety you can visit here. Alternatively, for any information or if you have a property which you would like to have assessed, please contact our fire team to set-up a viewing.

Block A, Marlinstown
Business Park, Mullingar,
Co.Westmeath, Ireland.
N91 W5NN

Pembr, 127 Baggot Street Lower, Baggotrath Dublin, D02 F634

Eyre Square,
H91 HY51

Office 4, Spencer House,
High Road, Letterkenny,
Co. Donegal,
Ireland. F92 PX8N

Republic of Work,
12 S Mall,
Centre, Cork,
T12 RD43

ORS has satellite offices in Newry and Maynooth.

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