We put together a list of our most frequently asked questions to help you get to grips with fire risk assessments for your holiday property.
Yes. If you provide any guest accommodation the law says you have to do this. As the owner it is your responsibility to provide a fire risk assessment for your property but you can get a friend or an experienced fire risk assessor to do it on your behalf.
There is no end date. It should be a living document that is continually reviewed and updated to keep in line with changes in your holiday property.
As every property is different it is difficult to give an exact time. It should take around 1.5 to 2 hours to fire risk assess your property and no, the owner, or representative who is familiar with the property, will not need to be present. The report will be compiled off site and sent to you.