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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. Fire Warden Training

    Fire Warden Training is now mandatory due to The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, which requires that adequate fire safety ...

  2. L S Fire Group pledge their support for Fire Door Safety Week

    ... L S Fire Group take their responsibilities under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 very seriously. It is not widely understood ...

  3. Fire risk management & evacuation | Have you really considered how you would help others?

    Ecocell® is the only solution for self evacuation in the event of a fire available today.  M V Lifts have been installing Ecocell® evacuation lifts for more than 10 years, with over 200 units now installed throughout the...

  4. Is now the time for a National Fire Safe Register? BM TRADA seeks further views

    Following on from BM TRADA’s workshop at the Fire Sector Summit in October, which considered ‘ Is now the time for a national fire safe register?’, BM TRADA is appealing for further opinion, in advance of the...

  5. Hochiki Europe launches fire system logbook to support customer compliance

    According to Government figures*, the UK’s fire and rescue services attended nearly a quarter of a million false alarm incidents throughout the last two years, with the majority caused by faulty fire system apparatus.

  6. Management, use and maintenance of fire alarm and detection systems

    The Fire Protection Association (FPA)

  7. FSF releases guidance following Local Acts repeal

    The Fire Sector Federation has released a guidance note which provides advice to those who may be considering the removal of fire safety measures that were incorporated into existing buildings under the auspices of the now...

  8. Fire Sector Federation questions the impact of devolution on fire safety

    Speaking at the Fire Sector Summit on 4 November, Fire Sector Federation (FSF) Chairman Brian Robinson will be examining the impact of devolution on national fire safety and outlining a series of fire sector concerns about the...

  9. BM TRADA demonstrates the benefits of passive fire protection at Firex International

    BM TRADA offered a number of educational seminars and practical demonstrations at Firex International 2014 to bring to life the benefits of effective passive fire protection (PFP).

  10. Where fire is concerned, honesty is the best policy

    ”The trite saying that honesty is the best policy has met with the just criticism that honesty is not policy. The real honest man is honest from conviction of what is right, not from policy.” ...

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