Resources

Download FREE resources below to enhance fire safety for your premises and ensure you’re meeting legal requirements.

Fire safety logbook

A fire safety logbook is a crucial source of information and facility for keeping records of tests, checks, maintenance, drills, and training for your premises.

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Fire door information for residents

In line with The Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022, landlords and property managers are now legally required to provide residents in blocks of flats with a notice relating to fire doors.

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Fire action notice (for buildings with Manual Call Points)

It is a legal requirement to provide fire safety information to relevant persons, this is best displayed in key areas throughout the building. Generally, this notice is displayed adjacent to manual call points at final and storey exits.

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Fire action notice (for buildings without Manual Call Points)

It is a legal requirement to provide fire safety information to residents, this is best displayed in key areas throughout the building. For blocks of flats operating a stay-put policy, they may not be installed with manual call points for the fire alarm.

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We’re here to help

The key is to think of a fire risk assessment like an MOT for your building. But instead of focusing getting a pass or fail, see it as an overall risk rating based on the likelihood of fire, and the potential consequence. With a list of actions for you to continuously improve upon to better protect more buildings and people from the risk of fire.

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Key accreditations

We’re on a mission to mitigate risk by pioneering new standards in competence and technology to protect more buildings and people. Maintaining our key accreditations are just one of the ways we do this.