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A Guide to Fire Risk Assessments
A fire risk assessment is a methodical investigation of a business premises, highlighting the fire risks and safety levels of the surroundings.
As an employer, landlord, owner, occupier or manager, you have a legal duty according to The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to ensure fire safety within your business. As part of this, it is a legal requirement to have a fire risk assessment.
Check our video guide for more in-depth information on fire risk assessments.
Your Responsibilities to Fire Safety
Are you aware of your remit concerning fire safety at work? If you’re the owner, landlord or have ultimate control of a business premises, you have legal duties to fire safety.
There are many factors the Responsible Person must consider in this role, to ensure compliance with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Check our video guide for more in-depth information on your responsibilities to fire safety.
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