Are you legally fire safety compliant?

A fire risk assessment is a legal requirement for all UK businesses; it is a written document and is substantially more than just a record of fire extinguisher testing etc.

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Many people think in a serviced office it’s the landlords responsibility.

IS THIS TRUE?

Commercial tenants in multi-tenanted properties have certain obligations under the current legislation. They are responsible for fire safety compliance within their own demise. The managing agent or landlord is generally only responsible for compliance in the communal areas. Lease agreements often define tenant areas of responsibility if you are in any doubt regarding your obligations.

How can we help?

At RKMS we understand the pressures and responsibilities faced by tenants when it comes to fire safety; we make becoming and staying compliant as simple and cost-effective as possible.

Each tenant demise in a commercial, multi-occupied premises requires a suitable and sufficient Fire Risk Assessment. This must be carried out by a competent person. Our assessors are all qualified fire safety specialists; many have over 25 years’ experience with a county fire service, including a background in fire safety enforcement. Their knowledge and expertise help to ensure our assessment recommendations are as practical and cost-effective as possible.

Cost effective help:

Our online fire risk assessment tool “Primary Risk Manager” will enable you to become legally complient without the need to have a consultant visit your premises.
Its a simple online process that takes around 30 minutes to complete and costs from as little as £299+VAT
The licence will enable you to complete your risk assessment quickly and simply and if you get stuck or need any advice or help the you have free and unlimited access to our online consultants.
We can also offer a site visit by one of our fire risk assessors
from as little as £299+VAT

By | 2018-05-15T12:47:44+00:00 June 24th, 2015|News|0 Comments

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