On Fire Safety For Businesses

As a present business owner or in case you’re looking to become one, safety should be one of your main priorities. With proper  safety measures in place at your business you can greatly reduce the risks of injuries and bodily harm for your staff and for yourself.

Fire Safety & Prevention For Businesses

In regards to commercial structures in the UK, a business owner must know about the British fire safety regulations.

In England and Wales, if you’re an employer, owner, landlord or occupier of business you’re responsible for fire safety and are known as the ‘responsible person’.

Let me go over some of those responsibilities you will have:

* You are obliged to carry out and regularly review a fire risk assessment of the premises

* You need to tell your employees about the risks you’ve identified

* You must put in place and maintain, appropriate fire safety measures

* You must plan for an emergency

* You must provide fire safety instruction and training

Along with the above responsibilities come other obligations.

For instance, should your commercial building exceed a height of 18 meters you will be required to put-in a dry riser system and have it maintained properly with regular dry riser testing.

In the UK, no business can operate legally without having adhered to the mandatory rules for fire safety. On the website http://argosfire.co.uk you can learn what you need to do for proper fire safety and prevention in your premises.