Fire Risk Assessment
Cloud 15 Fire Risk Assessments
Our on line Fire Risk Assessment system is carried out on the cloud 15 platform and has specifically designed to make this process as easy as possible for the assessor. The system is tablet based and compiles the report in real time as the assessment is carried out, so no more report writing.
Once the assessment has been completed it is hosted for the customer on our cloud based on line system which can be accessed by the customer at any time. The assessment are written in plain English and designed to be easily navigated so anyone can use it.
The system can be licenced for existing Fire Risk Assessors for a very reasonable annual licence fee that will save you up to 50% of your time and pay for itself.
Or we can provide a competitive quote for our nationwide team of in house risk assessors to carry out assessments on your behalf, 100% our Risk Assessments are validated by an independent risk assessor and we are audited under the BAFE SP205 third party accreditation.
Fire Assessment – This is completed by the risk assessor. This assessment covers twelve crucial factors that can put any business at risk of failing to comply with current legislation.
Action Plans – The assessor can then create a summary of colour coded risks with actions, listed in order of priority, ensuring the most cost-effective solutions for any areas where your property is non-compliant.
Audit Trail - All completed actions are recorded and updated keeping a complete audit trail to ensure you stay compliant.
Fire Log Book – by law every employer must maintain a Fire Log Book the Cloud 15 Log Book is stored online, safe from fire and easily accessible. You can instantly update it any time, ensuring total compliance – always.
Practical steps to complete compliance
Cloud 15 Action Plans are created to provide the most cost effective solutions for any areas a premises fails to comply with current legislation.
A jargon-free report provides a summary of colour coded risks, listed in order of priority. Each risk has a detailed report covering:
- why it is not compliant with fire regulations
- what needs to be done
- its location
- who is responsible
- when it needs to be completed
The Action Plan includes notes from the assessor, floor plans and photos, to show you exactly what and where the problem is.
Update of progress!
Once the risk has been addressed, it can either be signed off as” The Action has completed”, or added as a status update to show that work is still in progress. If it's completed, upload your own photos to show the result and it's immediately removed from your Action Plan and sent to the Archive.
Your compliance audit trail
Once a remedial action that was recommended in the Action Plan has been completed and signed off, a simple click of the archive button and it is moved to the archive section.
This provides an audit trail of everything that has been achieved in making the premises safe from fire and legally compliant. It also lowers the risk profile of the building on the executive summary page, and the risk rating continues to go down each time a remedial action is completed and archived.
Proof that the premises are safe and legally compliant by an audit trail using the Cloud 15 online Archive!
Stored online, safe from fire and easily accessible
Fire legislation demands that every employer maintains a Fire Log Book to ensure that anything related to fire safety - fire incidents, fire equipment maintenance, activations of the fire alarm, practice drills and training etc. are recorded in one place.
With the Cloud 15 Fire Log Book the records are kept secure by storing online, rather than the traditional paper version, which could be misplaced, lost or burnt in a fire. The same information is stored, and can be instantly updated at any time. This ensures that the premises are fully compliant should the Fire Services request to see your Log Book - which they can do at any reasonable time!
The Cloud 15 Log Book takes you through a step-by-step process which enables all the requirements of the fire risk assessment to be maintained online, to ensure complete compliance.
The property occupier is responsible for:
- fire alarm systems
- unplanned alarm activations
- emergency lighting
- fire fighting equipment
- fire drills
- fire training
- Fire Marshall training
The competent person is responsible for:
- fire alarm systems
- emergency lighting
- fire extinguishers
- hose reels
- miscellaneous equipment
If you would like more information on how we can help you further or simply require a competitive quote please call us on 0333 0433 833 or complete our online contact form and a member of our team will reply to your enquiry promptly