Fire Safety Advisor

The role of Fire Safety Advisor is to ensure the company meets the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, British Standards and Fire related Health and Safety Legislation. The role of the Fire Safety Advisor is to develop and implement a Fire Safety strategy in addition to supporting the end users of the onsite fire systems and equipment.

Fire Safety Advisor - Main duties will include:

  • Planning, formulating, implementing, and supervising fire safety plans that take care of specific fire and life safety systems
  • Support the end users of the onsite fire systems and equipment so that these are kept in good operational condition at all times
  • Develop and implement Fire Risk Management policies and procedures to ensure that Bridgnorth Aluminium Ltd complies with its statutory obligations and the latest regulations relating to the Fire Reform order and associated legislation
  • Responsible for identifying all fire related risks and issues across Bridgnorth Aluminium Ltd site and design and arrange and oversee the necessary remedial actions and work packages
  • Prepare fire safety reports and statistical information, and when necessary present reports internally or externally
  • Set the technical specifications and requirements for the servicing and maintenance of the existing fire systems across site
  • Ensure fire risk assessments of equipment, systems and buildings are in place and up to date
  • Review fire detection and protection of facilities in accordance with changes in equipment functionality, building occupancy, risk assessment outcomes and statutory regulations to ensure effectiveness & compliance
  •  In charge of the maintenance and servicing of firefighting equipment, including the fire engine, fire crew PPE and any consumables


Fire Safety Advisor – The successful candidate will need:


  • NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management
  • A minimum of 3 years relevant work experience as a Fire Safety Manager
  • Extensive knowledge of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and other relevant legislation
  • Knowledge and experience of Part B of the Building Regulations
  • Knowledge of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002
  • Experience in developing, managing and improving a Fire Safety strategy
  • Experience in performing and leading fire incidents’ investigation
  • Experience of working with consultants and managing contractors dealing with Fire Safety related works and contracts
  • Solid technical knowledge and/or formal training in dealing with various types of fire



  • Competitive salary
  • Working - 36.25 hours per week Monday – Friday with flexitime
  • Pension up to 7% matched contribution
  • 4 x Annual Salary Life Assurance Cover
  • Westfield Health cash plan – can be increased to incorporate dependants
  • Monthly and Annual Company Performance Bonus


Due to the nature of the business, the incumbent for the role of Fire Safety Advisor should be aware that depending on the business requirements (e.g., breakdowns, outage periods, etc.) additional working hours or working over weekends/holidays may be necessary to fulfil the duties of the role.


If you feel you have the right experience and skill set; then please do not hesitate to apply for the role of Fire Safety Advisor.  Unfortunately, on this occasion we are NOT able to accept applications from candidates who require VISA sponsorship support to work in the UK.


To apply for this role please register your candidate interest and CV  via the link on our Careers page to our group Microsite