Fire Risk Audits

A comprehensive fire safety audit should identify the inherent fire hazards associated with everyday activities within an occupancy and suggest mitigation strategies to reduce them.

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A fire Risk audit is an effective method for evaluating an organization’s fire safety practices. In this audit, the potential fire hazards arising from everyday activities within the occupancy are evaluated and mitigation measures are suggested. Furthermore, it allows individuals to identify areas that require improvement and create an action plan.
Green World Group provides Fire Risk Audit services to buildings and industrial complexes. Our comprehensive fire safety audit offers a systematic and organized approach to identifying potential fire hazards.

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We aim to conduct systematic fire safety audits to assess the current adequacy of components, services, and equipment. We will provide a report outlining expected performance and recommendations to comply with building rules, regulations, codes, and standards. Our ultimate aim is to ensure a safe residential, commercial, or industrial environment.
We conducted the audit with the assistance of an experienced team of engineering, design, and analytical experts.

Green World Consultancy’s Fire Safety Audit includes the following services:

  • Identify all fire hazards that pose a significant risk.
  • Identify individuals who are at risk of each hazard.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of current control measures to reduce risk to an acceptable level.
  • Determine if additional control measures are required to reduce the risk further.
  • Review the emergency plan’s availability and responsibility, including the actions of key personnel.
  • Assess the suitability of the fire alarm systems.
  • Inspect fire-fighting systems, including hydrants, sprinklers, and extinguishers.
  • Evaluate the awareness of fire safety and rescue among occupants and security personnel.
  • Provide fire safety training and instructions to employees and occupants.
  • Test all fire safety equipment and systems.

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Typically, the audit process consists of the following steps:

  • Collecting pre-audit data from the site.
  • Conducting a site visit and examining the existing facilities.
  • Reviewing the documents available on the site.
  • Testing the fire safety equipment/systems and discussing the results on-site.
  • Preparing a Fire Audit report.

What is Fire Safety Risk Audit ?

Fire risk auditing is a process of assessing the potential fire hazards and risks within a building or facility. A systematic evaluation of the building’s design, construction, and use and the surrounding environment is required to identify fire hazards.
A fire safety audit aims to identify areas of concern and develop a plan to mitigate risks and improve the safety of the building and its occupants. This process involves examining factors such as the building’s layout, use of flammable materials, electrical systems, emergency evacuation procedures, and fire protection systems such as smoke detectors, sprinklers, and fire extinguishers.

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