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This assesses the risk of fire to your employees and others who are associated with your business and its work. Healthcare, Factories and Warehouses, and Offices and Shops. These guidelines are designed to help the responsible person comply with the requirements of the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order. This should help you methodically follow the five key steps of Fire Risk Assessments. If you use assistive technology such as a screen reader and need a version of this document in a more accessible format, please email alternativeformats homeoffice. Please tell them what format you need as it will help to know what assistive technology you use.
Employers and the self-employed are expected to take reasonable steps to help themselves identify fire risks, e. For small premises presenting a few hazards, carrying out a simple fire risk assessment with some common sense risk controls, can be a really straightforward process. Some areas of the assessment may require specialist advice such as in a particularly complicated building. Large and complex premises will require the most developed and sophisticated fire risk assessments particularly where fire engineering designs have been developed to overcome difficult fire safety issues. Any fire risk assessment should be suitable and sufficient in the opinion of the Fire Authority. Fire risk assessments must also consider all those who might be affected by the undertaking whether they are employees or others such as contractors working on site or members of the public.
More contact details. These notes are intended to be jargon free and simple to understand; they will give a few examples to help explain why some of the measures are necessary. Fire safety law can be complex and daunting in large buildings but there are lots of smaller places where the solutions can be simple and not very expensive. The law does not impose hard and fast prescriptive standards. This guidance is mainly intended to help people who run a business that employs fewer than five people, or maybe it's just you and a partner with no-one working for you. Put simply, if you are responsible for somewhere where people other than your family and friends can visit then fire safety law requires you to do a fire risk assessment and act on the findings.
More contact details. These notes are intended to be jargon free and simple to understand; they will give a few examples to help explain why some of the measures are necessary. Fire safety law can be complex and daunting in large buildings but there are lots of smaller places where the solutions can be simple and not very expensive. The law does not impose hard and fast prescriptive standards. This guidance is intended to help people where the law requires a written record of the significant findings of the risk assessment. This is any undertaking that employs five or more people. This includes part time staff and operations where the staff work in different locations for the same employer; such as a chain of three shops that has two employees based in each.
With the exception of a very few specialised sites and specific risks, the majority of non-domestic premises and sites throughout England and Wales must now conform with the requirements of the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order the Fire Safety Order. The Fire Safety Order states that every premises has a Responsible Person who must carry out a fire risk assessment taking into account fire risks and hazards on the premises. There may be more than one person who has responsibility for the fire risk assessment, e.
Below are the goverment issue fire risk assessment guides to assist you with your fire risk assessment, they will give you the guidence required to allow you to decide which types of fire extinguisher should be purchased and which type of fire alarm system is best suited to your premises. For Oxfordshire based businesses we are willing to offer you free advice on the best fire fighting equipment. Download the document pdf. Statutory Instrument No. Full Name.
All businesses are legally required to implement and maintain sufficient fire safety measures. Doing so is crucial for ensuring the safety of employees, as well as potential visitors and members of the public. A fire risk assessment requires you to inspect numerous factors in your workplace, which can be easy to overlook or mismanage without proper training and planning. Therefore, you should consider using a template to help you organise the process and ensure you cover everything important during your assessment. The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order requires all businesses to regularly carry out suitable and sufficient fire risk assessments. This requirement applies to all types of work-related buildings, structures, and open spaces, including offices and shops, care and education settings, warehouses, construction sites, and more.
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