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Welcome to the Fast R Solutions Blog

These ramblings are based on the ideas, opinions and views of the author. Sometimes these may not be your views or opinions; but that is OK, after all the world would be a dull place if we all had the same thoughts.

Hopefully our blog posts will sometimes be entertaining, sometimes though provoking, sometimes questioning or even controversial but always useful and insightful. The posts are not however intended to offend, be discriminatory or put individuals at a disadvantage.

Check back often to read our posts covering Safety & Safety Management, Fire Safety & Management, Company Updates and a myriad of other subjects which pique our interest.

26th May 2015

Fire safety Management is still important

The Fire safety statistics for last year again show a positive reduction in the fire related deaths and injuries. So does this mean that business can now move their focus from this subject? Or does more still need to be done to educate business’ on the importance vigilance? I think that this would be a foolish and ill-advised move. The ramifications […]
1st June 2015

5 Reasons to Review your Fire Risk Assessment

So you had the fire risk assessment completed last year and you have addressed the issues raised. Now you can put the assessment on the shelf, sit back and relax knowing that your property complies with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. There are many reasons to keep you fire risk assessment up to date; but space does not […]
1st July 2015

Trust, Ethics and Clients

A fire risk assessor works on behalf of the client. Looking at their fire safety arrangements, management and the property in order to identify anything that does not meet current legislation, approved codes of practice and guidance in order to make appropriate recommendations for improvement. Many fire risk assessors work for companies that also have other value added services which […]
10th July 2016

6 Fire Risk Assessment Musts

The dictionary provides the meaning of “Assessment” as the action of “assessing someone or something”. Therefore its a given that an “Assessment” would require some thought be put in to the process. However I am amazed by the lack of thought put in to some assessments I have been asked to review. The following five areas always seem to be […]