Fire Risk Assessments in Bolton

The importance of having a Fire Risk Assessment carried out on your business or non-domestic premises can’t be underestimated. Not only is it a requirement under fire safety legislation, the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, but it will enable you as a owner, landlord or Responsible Person to make your premises as safe as possible for all staff, residents and visitors with minimal risk from fire, and with one of Spark-Risk’s well noted, thorough and comprehensive Fire Risk Assessments, at a price that won’t be beaten, you’ll receive the best possible survey and recommendations to maximise the safety of your business.

Spark-Risk regularly visit the Bolton area to carry out a lot of our work, in fact our sister company North West Fire Doors is based in the area, so our Head Assessor Steve is very familiar with the area and brings his many fire safety qualifications (such as membership of the Institute of Fire Safety Managers and NEBOSH), decades of actual experience in a career as a Firefighter, and years of acquired fire precaution knowledge to your premises to assess it, and produce a detailed, easy to understand report regarding your fire safety provision and what you need to achieve compliance, something we guarantee once our recommendations are followed. Spark-Risk will come to your premises, at a time to suit you, to do your assessment survey that is tailored to you, whether it be in Bolton town centre, or Horwich, Westhoughton, Farnworth, Breightmet, Little Lever, Rivington, Egerton, Smithills, Lostock, Harwood, Bradshaw, Radcliffe or all other areas within or surrounding the town.

If you would like more information from our team, or to make an appointment for your Fire Risk Assessment, please CONTACT US now and we’ll look forward to visiting you soon.

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