Short term let Fire Risk Assessments in Scotland SMS ALBA LTD

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Welcome to SMS Alba:

Your Trusted Partner for Short-Term Let Fire Risk Assessments in Scotland

At SMS Alba, we understand that safety is paramount, especially when it comes to short-term let properties. With recent changes in the law, it's now a requirement to have a Fire Risk Assessment in place. That's where we come in.

Why Choose SMS Alba?

  • Expertise:

    With years of experience in fire safety and risk assessments, we are well-versed in Scottish regulations and guidelines.

  • Tailored Solutions:

    We offer bespoke assessments designed specifically for short-term let properties, ensuring you meet all legal requirements.

  • Peace of Mind:

    Our assessments not only keep you compliant with the law but also provide you and your guests with peace of mind.

Our Services

  • Comprehensive Assessments : Our certified assessors conduct thorough evaluations to identify potential risks and provide actionable recommendations.

  • Legal Compliance : We ensure your property meets all legal obligations, giving you the confidence to host guests without worry.

  • Efficient Turnaround : We understand the urgency of obtaining your Fire Risk Assessment. Our streamlined process ensures prompt delivery of your certification.

Who Needs Our Services?

  • Airbnb Hosts: If you're offering short-term accommodation, it's imperative to have a Fire Risk Assessment in place.
  • Holiday Lets: Whether you're managing a cottage, apartment, or any type of holiday accommodation, compliance is essential.
  • Property Managers: Ensure your managed properties meet legal requirements and provide safe environments for guests.
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In accordance with

Under the fire safety law, someone in charge of the accommodation must carry out a fire risk assessment.

This is to spot risks and to ensure the safety of the people in the accommodation.

Reasonable fire safety measures include:

  • reducing risk, for example, installing doors that can hold back smoke or fire
  • installing smoke alarms in line with the law
  • providing fire-fighting equipment, like a fire blanket
  • preparing a plan of action that a guest should take if a fire starts

Contact Us

Ready to take the next step in ensuring the safety of your short-term let property? Get in touch with us today.