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Fire Safety Risk Assessment Guide Library

What You Need To Know and Do

Fire safety law requires the responsible person to ensure your premises are safe in the event of a fire by; reducing the risk of a fire occurring and ensuring your premises can be safely evacuated in the event of a fire. This is achieved by the responsible person carrying out a fire risk assessment. Fire safety law applies to virtually all premises (apart from single private dwellings).

Please navigate through the menu below for your choice of premises:

» Factories and Warehouses

» Sleeping Accomodation

» Residential Care Premises

» Educational Premises

» Small and Medium Places of Assembly

» Large Places of Assembly

» Theatre, Cinemas and Similar Premises

» Open Air Events and Venues

» Healthcare Premises

» Animal Premises and Stables

» Transport Premises and Facilities

» Means of Escape for Disabled People

» Offices and Shops

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