Do You Know What Your Responsibilities Are?
The legalities of fire safety are mainly covered by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRFSO), and subsequent amendments. Fire safety is also covered by the Building Regulations and numerous codes of practice and guides. As a person who may be responsible for their workplace or building, it is essential that you are up to date with the principles as set out in the RRFSO and that you maintain the effectiveness of any fire fighting equipment, fire detection and alarm systems.
Purpose of the Guide
The purpose of this eBook is to provide Facilities, Building Managers and the Responsible Person a guide to the regulations regarding the testing of life safety systems in the workplace and good practice with regard to maintaining life safety equipment.
What is Included
We look at what may constitute as a life safety system and regulations that govern the maintenance of life safety equipment in the workplace.
We provide 5 key steps to a best practice preventative maintenance approach and what should be included in your maintenance programme to remain safe and compliant.
There are tasks that can be conducted by the Responsible Person for the building and some which should be completed by a competent service provider. These are covered and the British Standards that support the requirements are provided.
Download our eBook to find out more about:
- Laws, regulations and health & safety surrounding life safety systems i the workplace
- What life safety checks you can perform yourself
- What should be included in a life safety systems planned maintenance programme
- Best practice tips
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