Carrying out a fire risk assessment delivers real benefits to the business. By taking a few simple steps to reduce fire risks, employers can prevent fires breaking out. When you consider that 70% of businesses suffering a fire never reopen, or close within 3 years of the fire, then taking the time to do a fire risk assessment looks like a very sensible investment. Hence, the questions you need to ask yourself are: * Have you been proactive in doing a full fire risk assessment for your business? * Are you aware that full documentary evidence of this risk assessment needs to be kept to allow inspection at any time? * Would your business stand up to an ad hoc inspection from the fire brigade who not only need to see evidence of a fire risk assessment but also full documentation if you employ five or more people?If the answer is NO, then it is time to act.At Chubb, we provide the total fire risk assessment solution. Chubb view risk assessments as a partnership. Where appropriate, we will work together with the company and its staff to minimise the risks and ensure its staff know what to do in the event of a fire. On completion of the building's fire risk assessment, the client willbe provided with an easy to understand, customized report. This will form the basis of the workplace’s on-going fire safety procedures. Our work is always fully documented and certified, and it carries with it ample professional indemnity for your total peace-of-mind. Services include: * Fire risk assessment and management; * Inspection and audit of premises; * Technical advice on plans and projects; * Fire investigation; * Advice, design and specification of alarm systems.