To be frank, all that happens now is that you complete a normal FRA and mention what you have been told regarding the cladding, effectively kicking the liability further up the chain. As Mr Todd says, the average fire risk assessor is not going to be competent to determine whether the cladding is or is not acceptable.
The best part is that the new guidance effectively tells us the following:
1) There are specialists to whom you can refer cladded buildings.
2) You should only do this when you have a reason to suspect that the cladding may not meet standards.
3) You aren't qualified to determine if the cladding meets standards.
If anyone can marry all three of those up, please do let me know how.