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The 'responsible person' must carry out a fire risk assessment. To help you improve fire safety in your business, we have put together a variety of risk assessment templates.
We will work with and support you to help you comply with the law and reduce the fire risks to your business.
As the person responsible for non-domestic, industrial, commercial, leisure, educational or residential premises, it is your responsibility to make sure your workplace reaches an acceptable standard.
For Trading Standards, Environmental Health, Licensing and Fire Safety information, visit ERWIN (Everything Regulation, Whenever It’s Needed).
The Blue Watch home safety scheme for landlords and homeowners has launched a shop selling Blue Watch branded smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Visit the Blue Watch shop.
Renters at risk from fire and carbon monoxide poisoning
New home safety scheme launches in Hampshire
Planning for events like fires, floods, power failure etc, can protect your business and minimise the impact on the organisation.
From April 2011 to March 2012 we attended 336 lift rescues, only 14% were emergencies.
Help us to reduce the number of calls to persons trapped in defective lifts, which divert our resources from genuine emergencies.
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