• Simon

Has your fire risk changed?

As we start to re-occupy our buildings, have the risks change?

For example:

  1. HaS the use of rooms/areas changed?

  2. Has the occupancy of rooms/areas changed?

If the risks have changed (this refers to risks that have been reduced and also those risk that have increased), your Fire Risk Assessment should be reviewed and updated.

If you need help, please contact SCH after Safety Ltd.

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