Fire Safety Consultancy and Fire Risk Assessors LHC Tender Closes 22nd January

FS1-C will focus on the provision of BAFE 205 or equivalent certified consultancies who, from within their practice, are able to provide the services usually associated with a fire engineer, fire safety manager and or fire risk assessor.

To ensure the framework is open to both national suppliers and local SME’s we have divided the opportunity by region, skill and property type.

In addition, there will be 3 super lots comprising of companies awarded to the English, Scottish and Welsh lots.

In total there will be 60 lots.

ENGLAND – North England, East Midlands, West Midlands, East England, Home Counties Northeast Home Counties Northwest, Home Counties Southwest, Home Counties South-East, London, South West England.
SCOTLAND – Highlands and Islands, North East Scotland, Eastern Scotland, Central West Scotland, Southern Scotland.
WALES – North WALES, Mid WALES, South West WALES, South WALES.


Fire engineers and safety managers (fire engineers to advise on all fire safety aspects of client portfolios including but not limited to buildings/environments which are proposed, under construction, existing, under refurbishment, regeneration or being demolished; and fire safety managers to assist in the management of those portfolios based upon the principles of PAS 7 2013 Fire Risk Management System. The implementation and management of the fire risk management system shall be of sufficient standard to enable clients to achieve independent third party certification).

Fire risk assessors (to assess simple and complex, residential and commercial buildings/environments in accordance with the principles and methodology of PAS 79:2012 Fire Risk Assessment. Guidance and a recommended methodology. Bidders must be able to offer online visibility and control, to include an online database that clients can access and assist in the management of their fire risk assessments. FRAs further divided into Domestic (predominately purpose built flats) and Non-domestic (predominantly public access).

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