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Fire Risk Surveyor

Ref: JN -022018-59598
GBP250 - GBP300 per day
UK, London
Construction & Engineering, Safety/Quality/Controls/Acceptance of Construction Work
21st February 2018
Job Type

Fire Risk Surveyor

An opportunity has become available for a Fire Risk Surveyor to join a respected and well run Housing Association based in West London. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a prominent organisation who have developed a leading reputation in the industry through their forward thinking and quality of service.


£250 to £300 Per Day

Depending on Experience

Job Role

The role will involve identifying and developing programmes of work, including liaising with repairs contractors and sub-contractors, supplying property details for Fire Safety related capital work streams and ensuring all fire safety data from the remedial actions are recorded.

  • You will be responsible for managing the delivery of compliance programs for specific high risk areas and remedial actions and be conducting Fire Risk Assessments on a variety of properties including high and low-rise blocks.
  • You will be regularly liaising with Health & Safety management in regards to enforcement actions, auditing, continuous improvement and specialist advice.
  • Carry out fire risk assessments on the housing stock of high rise flats and domestic dwellings and prioritisation of high risk areas
  • Provide Fire Safety advice to tenants and members of the organisation.
  • You will be responsible for creating an extensive Fire Prevention programme on related properties.
  • To implement agreed Fire Risk Management Strategy on Fire Risk Assessments.
  • On-going development of the FRA templates to ensure a high quality document is provided for the various types of social housing buildings that require an assessment.
  • Assist management with fire risk assessments including training, technical referral and review.

Candidate Requirements

  • Experience of fire risk assessing within a social housing environment.
  • Up to date knowledge of Health & Safety legislations.
  • Self-motivated, ambitious and organised.
  • NEBOSH Certification.
  • Member of the Institute of Fire Engineers (TIFireE - GIFireE) Preferable.

This role is an ideal opportunity to work for a well renowned and established company and to gain invaluable experience within the field.

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