Your Fire Safety requirements will be dictated initially by your Fire Risk Assessment – legally required under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Your Fire Risk Assessment will identify the risks for fire in your premises, and the potential hazards for spreading fire – should one occur. It will then provide guidance as to what preventative or precautionary measures to put in place.

These measures may include:

  • Fire Detection & Alarm Systems
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Evacuation Routes
  • Safety Signage
  • Emergency Lighting
  • Staff Training


And there may be others.

Other pieces of legislation that may apply include:

  • Building Regulations – Approved Document B (Fire Safety)
  • The Housing Act 2004 (regarding Houses in Multiple Occupancy – HMOs)



DB Fire Safety can provide you with updates in any changes that are made to Fire Safety legislation and assistance in meeting those changes.

TO ARRANGE A FREE CONSULTATION call today on: 0800 772 0559


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