Leading members of the fire industry attended an event last week to mark the launch of Risk Warden, a pioneering internet-based fire risk assessment and management tool.
Guests at the event at the Waterman’s Hall in the City of London included Sir Ken Knight, former Commissioner of London Fire Brigade and Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser for England, as well as senior representatives of the Fire Industry Association, the Worshipful Company of Firefighters, Transport for London and various NHS Trusts, amongst others.
Managing Director David Adkins explained how the pioneering risk management tool had been developed and answered questions from guests keen to understand how the tool can help them manage fire risk compliance.
The most comprehensive solution of its kind, Risk Warden simplifies the identification, management and ownership of risks. It gives users the intelligence they need to track risks across their buildings and allows them to demonstrate regulatory compliance.
A number of recent, catastrophic fires have shone the spotlight firmly on the need for adequate risk assessment and regulatory compliance, while the recent publication of the Hackitt reporthighlights the need for the creation of a digital record to manage new high rise and complex buildings. More than ever, it’s vital that organisations of all sizes across all sectors are able to demonstrate adherence to relevant regulations.
With Risk Warden’s intuitive interface – accessible from any internet enabled device – it’s now easier than ever to assess and manage risk. A set of default question sets enable risks to be weighted by prominence, while an algorithm is programmed to enable the weighted scoring to give an accurate and consistent monitor for the management of risk.
For further information about Risk Warden visit www.riskwarden.co.uk