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Since 2020 Building Control now take a Serious Interest in the Structure of Your Building , it is no longer just a question of checking the Fire Extinguishers etc . Unlimited Fines are now in Place for those who do not comply with current Fire safety Laws under Part B of the Building Regulations . Be Smart Be Safe .





With the exception of a very few specialised sites and specific risks, the majority of non-domestic premises and sites throughout England & Wales must now conform with the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (the Fire Safety Order), The Fire Safety Order does not apply to private homes (including individual flats in a block or house unless its an HMO) though it does apply to common areas in blocks of flats, shared means of escape and facilities provided to assist the fire and rescue service, such as dry risers. You should bear this in mind if you own or manage such premises.

The law applies to you if you are: Landlord responsible for business premises An employer or self-employed with business premises A charity or voluntary organisation with employees/volunteers A contractor with a degree of control over any premises Premises providing accommodation for paying guests – Hotels/B&B’s/Holiday cottages A residential property with any communal/shared area Landlord of a House of Mulitple Occupancy (HMO) Any premises which is open to the public/consumers – eg Restaurants/Retail units/pubs/gyms Educational buildings – schools/universities/nurseries Medical facilities – Care homes/Doctors/dentists , Indoor Events and Outdoor Events , Ultimately, it is everyone’s responsibility to keep premises safe, but there will be one or more people who have overall legal responsibility. The Fire Safety Order states that every premises has a "Responsible Person". As the "Responsible Person", you are responsible for carrying out a Fire Risk Assessment and complying with the Fire Safety Order. At Fire Assessor, we can take the worry and confusion out of your work load. Our Fire Risk Assessors have a wealth of knowledge and experience that will guide you through the legislation in safe hands.All our Assessors are Competent Engineers with at least 10 or  20 years of  experience in the there field of expertise .




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FIRE RISK ASSESSORS on 0844 802 5191 in the United Kingdom - Carrying Out Fire Risk Assessments in UK Buildings to Help Prevent the Causes of Fire in Line with the Fire Safety Order Act 2005 ( amended 2020 ) .

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 means that it is now compulsory for all businesses to conduct a ‘suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment’ of all premises and parts of premises. The order came into force on 1st October 2006 and consolidates and supersedes all previous fire safety regulations, meaning fire certificates are no longer issued (except in certain high risk establishments) or accepted as proof of fire safety compliance. The aim of the new regulations is to create a simpler system that makes it easier for people to understand what is expected of them, and to place the emphasis on fire prevention through risk assessment. There are very few exceptions to the new legislation, and you must ensure that your premises have a fully comprehensive and up-to-date fire risk assessment in place if you: are an employer (with business premises) are responsible for a business premises have a business based in a licensed property are a contractor with control over a business premises are self-employed The new fire safety regulations are self-regulatory which means that it is solely the responsibility of the person responsible for the premises to ensure that a fire safety risk assessment is in place and that reasonable steps are taken to reduce or remove risk. There is no longer a policing authority but if there is a fire in your premises and you are found to be negligent or non-compliant with regard to fire safety risk assessment, you will be prosecuted. You could be deemed directly responsible for complying with this legislation if you are: an employer self-employed with business premises a person with control over a business premises a landlord STILL UNSURE? To ensure that you are compliant with fire safety regulations you must effectively manage a fire risk assessment that encompasses: fire risk assessment fire safety policy fire procedures fire drills means of escape emergency lighting fire alarms and fire extinguishers fire doors fire evacuations signs and notices fire training courses . CALL 0844 802 5191 in the UK







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