Fire Safety Service


Fire Safety Service

Building owners and occupiers, including schools and settings, have a statutory duty to manage the risks to their employees and other users of their sites and buildings from fire and the effects of fire. Cambridgeshire County Council’s Occupational Health and Safety Team’s fire safety service has been designed to enable schools to be confident that they are operating in compliance with Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and associated Good Practice Guides.

We can help by:

  • Undertaking and reviewing fire risk assessments
  • Working with partners and key stakeholders to develop fire safety solutions
  • Designing and delivering fire safety training, including providing "competent person" fire safety advice and guidance across a range of issues
  • Investigating fire incidents
  • Liaising with statutory / enforcement agencies
  • Provision of school-specific fire safety policy and guidance documents and a site fire safety log book. 

1. Retainer

Maintained - no charge

Secondary academies: £200 pa
Primary academies: £150

Includes provision of:

  • Fire safety advice and guidance by telephone and email
  • A site fire log book
  • Model fire safety policy and guidance
  • Incident investigations (up to a maximum of 2 hours)

2. Additional services to develop local policies and guidance - £50 per hour, inclusive of travel time

3. Fire Risk Assessments and/or review existing assessments - An obligation-free price on application can be provided

4. Fire safety awareness training - Price on application

Contact

Barbara Noack - Fire Safety Advisor

 barbara.noack@cambridgeshire.gov.uk 

01223 699 124