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Free fire risk assessment forms

24 November 2008

House prices are down, pensions defined contribution assets have dropped by 28% from October 2007, unemployment is set to soar to 7.1% in 2009 and business directors reporting that their organisation is performing well has slipped to 67% from 72% in the latest Business Opinion Survey. Investment intentions also fell to 17% in the latest survey from 27% previously.

Free fire risk assessment forms
Free fire risk assessment forms

The credit crunch is affecting UK and global businesses; with current financial concerns and a pessimistic outlook for the foreseeable future budgets are likely to be stretched across the board.

Health and Safety may be one of the first in the firing line to reduce outgoings, yet under the Regulatory Reform Order, should a member of staff or organisation suffer from an emergency scenario such as a fire, the results can be worse still - often resulting in prosecution and hefty fines.

Employers, owners and managers are responsible for fire safety within the organisation and must conduct a fire risk assessment and provide sufficient fire precautions, information and training to staff and visitors to comply.

Safety need not be an expensive or daunting task and this common misconception results in numerous organisations avoiding taking action to protect their staff and premises with the mentality ‘it’ll never happen to me’.

With an array of guidance and support available to the responsible person a lack of preparation and compliance is non excusable.

Safety company, Bonus Fire, has recently introduced free risk assessment forms available to download to help organisations comply. Simply visit to download a full set of professional Fire Risk Assessment Forms - there’s no catch - download them, share them, copy them and use them as often as you like.

The forms available are used by Bonus Fire’s consultants when conducting fire risk assessments for clients; the main form available is completed first to get a good general overview of the whole premises. This is followed by detailing any specific hazards found on the Specific Hazard Identified form.

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