It has been incredibly busy in the office over the past few weeks. We have been working hard on a contract to provide Water Hygiene, Legionella and Asbestos Legionnaires’ disease approved code of practice booktraining to a major client, and in the office, this primarily involves preparing all of the training materials and collating them into folders. In our office, we do not have a large amount of space to enable us to store a large number of materials, so each week we get fresh folders delivered, into which we put the training course documents.
Our Fire Safety expert, John, has recently found a number of useful guides relating to Fire Safety in the workplace, and how to prevent and reduce the risk of fire. The guides are available on the Communities and Government website, and there are a number of guides available for different types of building and business.
Remember, if you are still unsure as to what you should do with regards to Fire Safety, give us a call on 01509 550023.
You can find all of the guides here.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states that you: ‘must make a suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks to which relevant persons are exposed’. It is important to have a Fire Safety Risk Assessment in place, as a Fire Officer will ask to see these whenever he visits your premises.
How can I do it?
To complete a Fire Safety Risk Assessment, there are five steps outlined below: