A fire risk assessment should be carried out by the Responsible Person of the building or assigned to a third-party risk assessor. This report can be very detailed and it is always recommended to get a qualified fire risk assessor to complete this. The five main steps that will be looked at in the fire risk assessment are:
Under new Fire Safety legislation introduced in 2006, the responsible person for a premise is required to carry out a fire risk assessment.
Businesses no longer need a fire certificate, but evidence of assessments will be required.
Fire safety signs are used to provide health and safety information to warn anyone entering a building of a hazard, to provide instruction or to give out safety information. We explain what each one means and what to look out for in our latest blog.
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