The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires that all employers have a Fire Risk Assessment
carried out and an Emergency Plan be formulated from that documented assessment. The Plan then must be kept available for all employees to reference at any time.
But, keeping it available as a reference document won’t help your employees if a fire breaks out.
In the event of a fire, when that alarm sounds, no one will have time to go to the file, whether paper or electronic.
To ensure this happens, your whole team needs training on the emergency procedures contained in the Plan so that, should the worst happen, they know instinctively what to do next.
As the employer, your legal responsibility begins with the Fire Risk Assessment
and then extends to your Emergency Plan, and also includes you providing the appropriate Staff Fire Safety Training
Here at Fire Safety Specialists, we will carry out the legally required Fire Risk Assessment
From that, we will help you formulate your Emergency Plan. This includes your Evacuation Drills
which are required to be tested every six months as a minimum.
And, we can train your staff on your procedures through our staff fire safety training courses
, and Fire Extinguisher training
. We also provide Fire Warden training
for those named individuals with additional responsibilities and roles.
We are your one-stop-shop for everything fire safety as we have decades of experience in both firefighting and fire safety. We have seen the devastation and cost to lives and property that fire leaves behind, and never want you to have to!
If you would like to discuss your Emergency Plan or any other requirement you may have, please do not hesitate to get in touch.