Fire Risk Assessment
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 applies to all businesses. This legislation requires those with control over business premises to take reasonable steps to remove or reduce the risk of fire, as far as possible, and to put a plan in place ensuring people can escape safely if there is a fire.
The rules apply to all premises other than private residences. In most cases, employers will be responsible for the safety of their premises. In buildings containing a number of separate premises, the building owner or management agent will usually be responsible for the fire safety of the shared portions of the building, such as stairwells. In practice, the key obligation imposed by the regulations is that businesses must carry out regular fire risk assessments.
SHREC Ltd. has the proven experience and knowledge to undertake your fire risk assessment. So, if your business needs such a service then contact us for a free, no obligation quotation.