Whatever your business, 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.
In historic buildings, it is particularly important to ensure a suitable FRA is carried out and that a fire safety plan is in place. This category of premises comes with its own challenges with access areas, preservation orders and hazards.
No matter the product or material being manufactured, warehouses and factories must take the necessary steps to ensure fire safety precautions are in place.
As a vital part of a Facilities Managers' role, fire safety services must be given due attention.
Property managers must ensure that fire safety standards are met and that regular servicing plans are in place.
In businesses across the United Kingdom, from shopping centres and hotels to care homes and student accommodation, there is a legal duty to comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
With multiple people coming and going at all times of the day and night, fire safety in the hospitality sector is vitally important.
At Churches Fire & Security, we work closely with Property Managers. The use of our extensive fire safety services assists with compliance and ensures emergencies can be dealt with swiftly if they occur.
Nursing homes, care facilities and hospices are key to the comfort and wellbeing of vulnerable people. Managing such a service carries the responsibility of ensuring legislation is followed and regulations are met.
If you would like to get more information about Fire Risk Assessments, we will be exhibiting at the Hotel Facilities Management Expo 2018 on the 25th and 26th of September.