Fire safety audits services

Warringtonfire’s team of engaged experts are experienced in all types of fire engineering. There are many facets to fire engineering and completing a fire safety audit can be an important part of that.

A fire safety audit is an inspection of your premises alongside all relevant documents to learn how fire safety is or will be managed in your building.

The relevant documents you may be asked for during an audit that could include, but are not limited to:

  • A suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment
  • Action plans related to any significant findings of the fire risk assessment
  • Emergency plans for the premises
  • Preventative and protective measures regarding fire
  • Training programs and procedures
  • Planned Preventive Maintenance (PPM) – evidence of a fire safety maintenance checklist (what is checked, by who, and when, and maintenance of structured records)
  • Evidence that the fire systems have been tested by a competent person, typical examples are:-
  • Fire detection and warning systems
  • Emergency lighting
  • Sprinkler system
  • Water mist systems
  • Ventilation System
  • Firefighting equipment
  • Electrical wiring in the building
  • Fire and smoke dampers
  • System interfaces for fire doors and fire shutters etc. 

Think globally, act locally – why would you need a fire safety audit?

When completing a building project, it is important that you are able to fulfill all of the requirements in your part of the world and a fire safety audit may be essential

Warringtonfire are able to guide you through the process and help you to understand what is and isn’t required, and, as we work globally, we have unique local knowledge in many parts of the world and therefore can tailor our advice to your exact requirements.

A fire safety audit could be requested for many reasons, it could be a legal requirement in the location you are building or you could just need one to audit against the buildings fire standards, our experts will be able to give you the right advice over what you need to meet your obligations and deadlines in the most cost-effective way.

An audit is a useful tool in evaluating fire safety implementation across multiple site business facilities and is suited to identifying the effectiveness or otherwise of group level organisation controls and can be used to drive consistency across the organisation.