Life Safety Fire Risk Assessment (SP205) Application

Life Safety Fire Risk Assessment (SP205) Application

Life Safety Fire Risk Assessment (SP205) Application

Life Safety Fire Risk Assessment (SP205) Application

How to Apply

Scheme Criteria and Regulations

We recommend you read the following documents before completing your application.

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You can find the application forms at the bottom of this page - for any enquiries or assistance please contact our applications team today

T: 01628 764885

Please download and submit the following documents to our Applications team

Application Form (Mandatory)

Annex L SP205 Life Fire Risk Assessment (Mandatory)

Personal Data Form (Mandatory)

Fire Industry Competency Form

  • A personal data form must be supplied for Directors, Partners and Shareholders (with 10% or more of the shares).
  • Fire Industry Competency Form: must be supplied for all Senior Qualifying Managers, Qualifying Managers and Nominated Designers

Further documentation required:

For start-up companies

A two year projected business plan is required to include a Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet. To help you, click here for a model Projected Business Plan and Notes.

Companies trading between one and two years:

Please provide one year’s statutory accounts and one year’s projected business plan to include Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet. To help you, click here for a model Projected Business Plan and Notes.

Companies trading for two years or more:

Sole traders and partnerships should send two years’ statutory accounts to include Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet. Limited companies trading for two years or more may be required to provide additional information.

Learn more about NSI's certification process

BS 9999:2017 - Fire Safety in the Design, Management and Use of Buildings - Code of Practice

As an approved company of Life Safety Fire Risk Assessment you are recommended to have a copy of this standard.

BS 9999:2017 is the fire safety code of practice for building design, management and use. The standard outlines ways to meet fire safety legislation through a more flexible approach to design. BS 9999:2017 provides a risk-based structure that takes varying human factors into account, including improving emergency exit access for disabled people. The standard can be used in and around existing buildings, at design stage for new buildings or extensions, and also applies to alterations, extensions and changes of use of an existing building. It also provides an assessment tool to ensure fire safety strategy remains robust.

Please note: This British Standard is not available via NSI`s online standards service. To obtain a individual hard copy or printable electronic copy at a preferential rate, please contact NSI on 01628 764840.

 

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