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What are the 5 steps of a Fire Risk Assessment?
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:
Fire Risk Assessments - What is the law?
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.
Know Your Fire Safety Signs
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.
Red Box Fire Control is proud to celebrate over 30 years in the fire safety industry.
Over this time we've grown in knowledge and expertise, focussing on supporting businesses with their compliance in a friendly yet efficient manner.
We are confident that we're able to provide our customers with a high level of professionalism and industry insight. Add to this our commitment to integrity, and when it comes to fire safety you can expect peace of mind unmatched by other suppliers.