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Fire safety

A fire risk assessment is an organised and methodical appraisal of your premises and the activities carried on there with a view to identifying the possible sources of fire, how the chances of fire starting may be reduced, and safe ways of protecting and evacuating people from the premises if a fire were to occur. It is a manager’s responsibility to ensure an adequate fire risk assessment is carried out for the premises in which your staff operate. Further details can be found below.

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