The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) 2005 (RRFSO) was introduced in October 2006 in England and Wales. The RRFSO consolidated and simplified the existing fire safety legislation, placing a greater emphasis on fire prevention. Businesses are now responsible for completing a fire risk assessment, replacing the fire certificates that were issued by the fire authority.
When is a fire risk assessment needed?
All non-domestic premises require a fire risk assessment.
A fire risk assessment is also required for the common areas of blocks of flats and houses in multiple Occupations (HMO’s).
Other related fire safety services include:
Fire risk assessment and audit
Fire Marshal Training
Fire Evacuation Training
Fire Extinguisher Training
Fire Emergency Plans and Procedures
|To find out more or to book a fire risk assessment contact Andy on 07977 178193, or email firstname.lastname@example.org|