Fire Alarm Systems – Managing Risk
Fire alarms provide early warning of fire to help evacuate a building in time to save lives and damage and it is therefore vital that they are implemented within your commercial premises.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, appoints responsibility on a person within an organisation to carry out risk assessments to identify, manage and reduce the risk of fire. Dependent upon the nature of the premises, the assessment could show the need for installation of a fire alarm.
NIG have created a useful support guide for businesses in regards to fire alarm systems covering the below points:
- Differing Types Of Systems
- Checklist To Obtain A URN
You are able to download your copy of the Risk Support – Fire Alarm Systems guide via the NIG website or by clicking the document below:
Posted by Jess Brown on October 14, 2019 in News, Risk Advice | Leave a comment |