Fire Risk Assessments

Thoroughly assess risks and hazards

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  • Qualified and competent local assessors
  • Documented findings with PAS 79 format report
  • Fulfill your legal obligations

Fire Risk Assessments

The Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 means that as the owner, manager or employer operating commercial premises, it is your duty to ensure a fire risk assessment is carried out. The findings of this will help you uphold the right fire safety standards for your premises.

No matter what industry your business is in, and regardless of where you’re based in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Midlothian and the surrounding region, a workplace fire risk assessment will help you to do the following:

  • Identify persons at risk
  • Spot hazards and eliminate the risk of fire
  • Create a document for further action
  • Identify fire safety assets and equipment
  • Define a date for a future review

A fire risk assessment helps you improve your procedures and protocols, whether you operate a school, office, shop or any non-domestic property. At Asco, we have experienced and knowledgeable engineers on hand to help you at every stage of the process.

With technology at our disposal, we can create a detailed fire risk assessment report in line with the PAS 79 format. We’ll provide photographic examples of hazards and risks within your premises, along with advice on the action you can take to remedy each point.

Book your fire risk assessment today and our dedicated team will be happy to assist you, alternatively, you can fill in our quick quote form and we’ll be in touch regarding your workplace fire risk assessment.

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Areas We Cover

Backed by the LS Fire Group, we have the experience to provide fire safety services and products across your region. Take a look at the areas we cover to find out more.


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