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At LFS, we are specifically trained in completing fire risk assessments across the UK to the highest standard. We ensure that upon completion, your business will meet all Fire health and safety regulations, fulfilling your exact legal and contractual obligations.


Fire risk assessments are essential to a business. LFS have extensive experience in ensuring your business is fire safe. If any issues arise from the risk assessment, we are fully qualified to ensure your walls, roofs, floors, and service risers and voids are fire-resistant. We are dedicated to fire prevention.


LFS offers a fully compliant Fire Risk Assessment for businesses to ensure their premises are safe.     

The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order (2005) requires anyone that operates from non-domestic premises to carry out a fire risk assessment. Where there are more than five employees, a record must be kept of significant findings. They must include assessing the risk and likelihood of a fire and its consequences and then implementing the appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce said risks.

Our dedicated and experienced team will evaluate the risks and measure them on likelihood and severity from low to high, meaning you can easily decipher the critical areas of improvement.  In addition, our extensive fire protection service includes the supply, installation, and maintenance of a vast range of fire protection equipment.


For complete fire protection services, you can trust, contact the experts at LFS today.


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LFS also offers a fully compliant Fire Risk Assessment for residential properties in London to ensure that homes are safe for those who live there and their neighbours.     

Our services help prevent fires and ensure homeowners and residents are equipped with the knowledge they need to avoid the risks of fires occurring within the home. Fires at home are something that is often thought of as rare but the London Fire Brigade alone dealt with nearly 17,000 fires during the 2020/2021 financial year, across the city of London (source: London Fire Brigade). 

A residential fire risk assessment is crucial for both home-owners and landlords in ensuring that your property and the people who inhabit the space are safe. This can help reduce risks of fire and save costs by identifying potential vulnerabilities and hazards in the property. Rectifying any issues that arise as a result of the risk assessment is the best way to prevent the worst from happening whilst maintaining your property.



Not only is it law to have an up-to-date fire risk assessment carried out on any business premises, but a fire risk assessment gives you peace of mind knowing all risks have been identified, and the area has been made a safer space. It’s just as essential to keep it regularly updated. Here’s why:



Despite every effort, fires do sometimes occur. If the fire risk assessment has been completed thoroughly, the damage should be minimal. In the event of a fire, a new fire risk assessment must be undertaken to highlight what went wrong and improve it to ensure it doesn’t happen again. If fire extinguishers or other equipment was used, these also must be reviewed in the risk assessment.


Faulty equipment would be hazardous in the event of a fire. Regular fire assessment will help keep track of servicing your equipment and ensure they’re working to full potential.


Any fire risk assessment undertaken by LFS will ensure cover all bases and give you peace of mind your business is fully equipped in fire prevention and safety.

LFS is a UK market leader in passive fire protection, providing a ‘one-stop service that includes surveying, manufacturing, installation, certification, and maintenance of fire exit doors, screens, fire alarm systems, and other fire protection solutions.


For general inquiries, sales, or to request a survey, contact us today.



Find the answers to your queries in our most frequently asked questions below.

Q: What is included in a fire risk assessment? 

In a fire risk assessment, there are several components considered. These are; identifying potential fire hazards, identifying people at risk, evaluating and removing the risks, recording the findings, preparing an emergency plan and, finally, reviewing and updating the fire risk regularly. All of this is included in our fire risk assessments provided by LFS. 

Q: How often do I need a fire risk assessment?

At LFS, we recommend a fire risk assessment is carried out by a professional annually to ensure your site or property is safe.

Q: Who is responsible for a fire risk assessment?

It is the responsibility of a property, company or business owner to organise sufficient fire risk assessments. Another way of looking at this is whoever is in control of a premise should be the one to arrange the assessment. Choosing a reliable and quality team to carry out your risk assessment ensures you never make mistakes or miss an assessment, ensuring total compliance.

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