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Fire Safety And Risk Assessment Guidance

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Fire Safety And Risk Assessment Guidance

To help those responsible for safety (Responsible Persons), the Government has created specific guidance for various sectors. This guidance offers detailed information about Fire Risk Assessment and other essential aspects to meet legal requirements. If you’re considering hiring a professional risk assessor, we highly recommend consulting the Fire Sector Federation’s Guide to Choosing a Competent Fire Risk Assessor.

Visit Fire safety: guidance for those with legal duties – GOV.UK to explore a range of guides for comprehensive information on risk assessment and other crucial topics in line with current fire safety laws. You will find guides on;

Risk assessments

  • Animal premises and stables
  • Educational premises
  • Factories and warehouses
  • Healthcare premises
  • Large places of assembly
  • Means of escape for disabled people
  • Offices and shops
  • Open air events and venues
  • Residential care premises
  • Sleeping accommodation
  • Small accommodation providers
  • Small and medium places of assembly
  • Theatres and cinemas
  • Transport premises and facilities

Other guidance

  • Entry Level Guide – A short guide to making your premises safe from fire;
  • Fire safety in construction;
  • Fire Safety Guidance: Purpose built flats
  • Guidance on fire safety provisions for certain types of existing housing;   
  • Fire safety in specialised housing

If you need more details, feel free to reach out to our Business Safety Team. Your safety matters, and we’re here to assist you.

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