Article summary: Gain a wider understanding of the legal requirements and practicalities of fire safety, including how you can protect your employees and your business.
Before lockdown began, when did you last carry out a Fire Risk Assessment?
As an employer (and/or building owner or occupier) it is vital you carry out regular fire safety risk assessments and keep them updated.
But, with social distancing set to continue for the foreseeable future, have you thought about the implications it could have on your fire risk strategy?
Whilst most workplaces are empty and we are working from home, now is the perfect time to step back and review some of the health and safety strategies that will be impacted by social distancing in the future - Fire Risk Assessments being one such area.
PETA is now offering complimentary (FREE) 1-2-1 Fire Risk Q&A sessions to anyone responsible for Health and Safety in their workplace.
These sessions are held with a qualified Health and Safety Advisor who can answer any questions you might have about Fire Risk Assessments and provide you with tips on how to achieve and maintain compliance.
If you’re responsible for health and safety within your business or would like to appreciate how The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO) applies to you, get in touch to book your session - simply contact the Safety Team with your question using the details below:
Thank you for your continued support, stay safe, and we hope to see you at the PETA Training Centre soon.
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