Residential Care Home Fire Risk Assessments
For almost a year now, Active Fire Management have also been carrying out fire risk assessments within a number of care homes around the country on behalf of Leonard Cheshire Disability who are the country’s leading charity provider of services for disabled people. Initial assessments have now been carried out within all properties instructed and Active Fire Management look forward to commencing its Fire Risk Assessment Review Service to LCD over the next months and more.
Leonard Cheshire Disability supports over 21,000 disabled people in the UK and works in more than 50 countries. The charity exits to change attitudes to disability and to serve disabled people around the world. Their principal activity in the UK is the provision of services in support of disabled people in the widest context. These services include care homes, supported living, domiciliary support, day services, resource centres, rehabilitation and respite care. Active Fire Management are proud to have assessed many of these such properties on behalf of Leonard Cheshire Disability to help ensure the ongoing safety of residents, staff, contractors and visitors to each premises.
Risk assessments this month also included another variety of premises such as an air conditioning retail outlet, a number of housing association properties across the country, a hospice in Rotherham, a warehouse in Essex and a block of flats in Blackpool.