ARE YOU...a Business Owner, Senior Manager, Landlord, Building/Facility Manager, Health & Safety Manager or Surveyors or the person with the responsibility for completing and/or managing Life Safety Fire Risk Assessments?
Our FREE PRESENTATION will provide delegates with sufficient information, guidance and clarity to enable the Duty Holder to comply with their Fire Safety responsibilities under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
The FCMS Fire Compliance Scheme is an Easy, Peace of Mind and Cost Effective Solution to achieving and sustaining compliance with the Fire Regulations. We Guarantee it!
Entrance on to the scheme is NOT by right, with access only being provided once it is confirmed that an organisation is in possession of a quality Fire Risk Assessment. A low cost Gap Analysis is available to evaluate what support is required to enable compliance with the Fire Regulations to be achieved.
If you are the ‘Responsible Person’ for Fire Safety within your premise or your organisation, YOU ARE LEGALLY OBLIGED to have up to date Fire systems and procedures in place which include being in possession of a credible Fire Risk Assessment.
On-going fire management systems should also be in operation with sufficient evidence available to demonstrate compliance is in operation.
If an organisation is unsure if they are complying with the Fire Regulations, this could be a significant threat which without doubt during a Fire Audit could attract potential Enforcement Action being taken by the Fire Authority.
For a one off, cost effective fee FCMS can complete a Gap Analysis of your existing Fire Compliance status. This will involve a member of the FCMS team coming to site to complete a review of the Fire Management Systems and Procedures presently in operation within the organisation which will include evaluating the quality of the Fire Risk Assessment.
The outcome of the Gap Analysis will reveal any non-compliant items which FCMS would easy to understand and transparent. A short report will be compiled which based on the compliance level identified will include a step by step approach to move forward to a point where a ‘Peace of Mind’ solution can be reached for Compliance with the Fire Regulations to be evidenced and the threat of Enforcement removed.
The FCMS Fire Compliance Scheme is an Easy, Peace of Mind and Cost Effective Solution to achieving and sustaining compliance with the Fire Regulations. We Guarantee it! Entrance on to the scheme is NOT by right, with access only being provided once it is confirmed that an organisation is in possession of a quality Fire Risk Assessment.
A low cost Gap Analysis is available to evaluate what support is required to enable compliance with the Fire Regulations to be achieved.
We will contact you a month before expiry to arrange for an annual review of the certification.
We are independent and experienced in our field.
Myself, and all of my fire safety specialist colleagues are all experienced ex fire service personnel each with in excess of 30 years operating within our profession and I have a capability to scale up the size of this specialist workforce as required.
We do not sell equipment.
We have no commercial gain by selling other products. We do nothing more than tell the truth, guide and support our clients as required.
We save you money.
When new clients are faced with difficulties in our field, it is our job is to find the most cost effective solutions and guide them through their legal obligations avoiding spending money unnecessarily and focus on investment, only when required.
Where required, we liaise with the local Fire Authority.
We frequently liaise with local Fire Officers to ensure they are aware of what we are achieving with clients within their areas. This assists in creating confidence with our clients as they can see we are credible in what we do, the advice we provide and the outcomes we create.
A Morecambe hotelier has been sentenced to 8 months imprisonment, suspended for 2 years, after pleading guilty to 12 charges under the Fire Safety Order. The case involved numerous fire breaches which was operated as a hotel and house of multiple occupancy. Ahmed was also sentenced to 120 hours unpaid work and ordered to pay costs of £10,752.Read More...