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The new fire safety order replaces all previous fire safety legislation. Any fire certificate issued under the Fire Precautions Act 1971 will cease to have any effect.
Responsibility for complying with the order rests with the "Responsible or Competent person".
In a workplace, this is the employer and any other person who may have control of any part of the premises, e.g. the occupier or owner. In all other premises the person or people in control of the premises will be responsible.
Fire Auditing is a necessary tool to ensure that you are meeting the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order; it also ensures that you and your employees are aware of the procedures that need to be taken to ensure their safety in the event of a fire.
Only to often good fire safety assessments and procedures fail because employees fail to maintain the standard or do not understand their roles in the fire safety environment.
Immediate Response Training will review all your fire safety arrangements including;
- Your existing fire risk assessment
- Fire plans
- Means of detection and warning
- means of escape
- Emergency lighting and fire signage
- Portable fire fighting equipment
- Any special fire risks
- Fire training and records
A detailed report will be raised on completion of the audit, detailing the findings along with any recommendations. After due consideration and discussion an action plan will be drawn up for you to implement .
This service is intended for:
- Building owners and occupiers