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GR Safety Solutions takes fire risk seriously and so should you. Fire safety in the workplace is one of the most important areas to consider when conducting risk assessments. We make sure your workplace and staff safe adhering to legislations.

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Responsibility, Training, Policies and Procedures we don’t cut corners.

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No matter what type of business you operate or how many people you employ fire safety must be a priority. Maintaining fire safety in your workplace is mainly down to common sense but should be a team approach with all staff knowing how to prevent fire.

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Some Fire Facts

Fire is one of the biggest risks to any home or business

22,200

Fires Reported

3,700

Had Alarm Failures

17

Fatalaties Occured

75%

Accidental Fires

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What causes a fire in the workplace?

In medium risk office spaces we identify that the most common causes of workplace fires are;

  • Electrical Fires
  • Equipment Faults
  • Storage of flammables
  • Smoking
  • Cooking Areas
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Kieran Ross

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This order set out in 2005 aims to cover general fire safety in England and Wales. It ensures reasonable steps are taken to reduce the risk of fire in the workplace whilst also ensuring that their is adequete planning should an emergency occur.

Our Scottish friends, see Part 3 of the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 used supported by the Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations of 2006.

A great question that gets asked a lot. As we previously mentioned it should be viewed as a team effort however for the avoidance of doubt we would suggest;

The Employer

Has a responsibility to make sure that the working environment is safe for all staff and visitors. There is a legal duty to guard protect and prevent fire occuring and ensure suitable plans are in place in any event of a fire breaking out.

Employees

Everyone in a workplace has a similar duty to get aquainted to the fire safety measures. So each employee is ready to act or take action should a fire exist. Competent fire training will ensure we have this covered.

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