Commercial premises and the communal parts of residential properties in England and Wales are legally required to have a written Fire Safety Risk Assessment. Company owners, directors and landlords can face large fines and, in some cases, imprisonment, for non-compliance.
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Fire Safety Risk Assessments are carried out by Fire Safety Risk Assessors, all of whom are serving or retired Fire Officers or fully trained assessors, familiar with the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005, the legislation pertaining to Fire Risk Assessments.
gas-elec will inspect your premises’ for fire precautions and identify any fire hazards and produce a written Fire Safety Risk Assessment which:
Your gas-elec Fire Safety Risk Assessor’s checklist will include:
The Fire Risk Assessment, required under the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order, is an indirect opportunity to improve your business. By examining your premises and work practices, you might discover underused aspects of both. So, in addition to ensuring the safety of your staff, which you are legally obliged to do, you could improve your business’s productivity too.
Landlords are required to obtain and keep Fire Safety Risk Assessments up to date. Some have been fined for putting their tenants at risk and not having adequate precautions, sometimes after a fire but also when there has been no fire. One landlord was fined more than £10,000 for not having the correct safety records.
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