Fire Safety Risk Assessment

This is one of a series of 11 publications which sets out recommendations and guidance for employers, managers, occupiers and owners of particular types of premises on how to carry out a fire risk assessment and how to identify general fire ...

Fire Safety Risk Assessment

Author: Great Britain: Department for Communities and Local Government

Publisher: The Stationery Office

ISBN: 9781851128228

Page: 159

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New fire safety rules affecting all non-domestic premises in England and Wales will come into force on 1 October 2006, in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (S.I. 2005/1541, ISBN 0110729455). This is one of a series of 11 publications which sets out recommendations and guidance for employers, managers, occupiers and owners of particular types of premises on how to carry out a fire risk assessment and how to identify general fire precautions required (including fire detection and warning systems, firefighting equipment, escape routes, signs and training). This guide covers premises where the main use of the building or part of the building is a theatre, cinema, concert hall or combination of these. As well as purpose-built premises, this includes buildings converted for such use. Other guides in the series cover temporary structures used for these purposes: guides for small/medium (ISBN 1851128204) and large (ISBN 1851128212) places of assembly. If the premises are part of, or related to the following, then the relevant guides should also be consulted: educational facilities (ISBN 1851128190), shopping centres (ISBN 1851128158), include sleeping accommodation (ISBN 1851128174), open air events or venues (ISBN 1851128239).

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