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Regulatory Reform Order

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The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order came into place into 2006 and dramatically changed Fire Safety law forever. The requirement for businesses to have fire certificates was abolished, and individuals in an organisation were made responsible to prevent fire and reduce the risk of fire. The Responsible Person is now responsible for carrying out a risk assessment to identify, manage and reduce the risk of fire.

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  1. Provision of fire safety information is mandatory says PFPF

    But, says the Passive Fire Protection Federation (PFPF), there is little awareness of a requirement contained within the Building Regulations which makes it mandatory for fire safety information to be passed on to the building...

  2. Case Study – Fire Risk Assessment – Slingshot Effect

    Morgan Fire Protection Ltd is a fully approved fire protection company which has been established for 25 years.

  3. Wrightstyle and hospital fire safety

    Wrightstyle , the leading UK steel and aluminium glazing company, supplies its fire-rated systems internationally.  Jane Embury, the company’s marketing director, looks at fire safety in healthcare facilities.

  4. Health and safety legislation - a necessary burden?

    But, asks Passive Fire Protection Federation Chairman David Sugden, with the Government pushing for greater health and safety deregulation in the UK, could such a tragedy occur here?   

  5. PFPF concerned by DCLG fire door ruling

    ... strips and smoke seals to all of its bedroom fire doors in order to satisfy its legal obligations under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (the Order). ...

  6. How to evacuate a multi-storey building

    When it comes to evacuating a multi-storey building all companies and organisations, providing services to their employees or the public, need to be prepared for any eventuality.

  7. The Fire Safety Log Book is the starting and finishing point for a better fire safety culture...

  8. Workplace Fire Safety - Knowing is Surviving

    Being aware of all fire safety rules and protocols is absolutely vital, no matter what environment or sector that you work in. Responsible Person

  9. The 7 steps to procuring successful fire risk assessment programmes

    Tom Gilber t highlights 7 key considerations issues that organizations should

  10. Evacuating a tall building

    Emergency scenarios can’t be predicted; however the thought of descending several flights of stairs in a high-rise building for a person with a mobility impairment can be a very daunting prospect, knowing in most emergency...

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