responsible persons

Deadline for registering high-rise residential buildings passes and new fire safety guidance comes into force as October arrives

The deadline to register high-rise residential buildings with the BSR has passed, while new fire safety guidance has also come into force. Read More

All fired up – but where do we go? Top tips for responsible persons in demonstrating fire safety regulation compliance

IFSEC Insider hears from Catherine Henney and Charlotte Wood from Eversheds Sutherland who explore the fire safety legal framework and guidance. Read More

Responsible persons urged to refresh fire safety knowledge following legislation changes during Fire Door Safety Week 2023

Warringtonfire and BM Trada are urging responsible persons to refresh their fire safety knowledge following changes to legislation in the UK. Read More

Enhanced duties of responsible persons under the Fire Safety Order: An overview

New guidance has been published on the enhanced duties of responsible persons under amendments made by the Building Safety Act. Read More

DLUHC publishes new guidance for fire safety in small premises

The Home Office has published three new fire safety guides for those responsible for the fire safety of small premises. Read More

Five reasons for moving to digital logbooks in fire safety

Jason Hill, Sales Manager at Tio, discuss five reasons why businesses should consider moving to the new generation of digital fire logbooks in 2022. Read More

An overview to appointing Responsible Persons in the workplace for fire safety

What duties should be considered for responsible persons and understanding the role they play in mitigating fire risks in the workplace. Read More

BM TRADA Announces Dates for Free Seminars for the Responsible Person

BM TRADA has announced three 2015 dates for its free half-day seminars on Fire Protection Measures: Understanding Your Responsibilities. Read More

Responsible Persons Often Wrongly Prioritise Buildings and Equipment Over Fire-Risk Management: Auditor

Management failings are more important than badly designed buildings or lack of equipment when it comes to causing fatalities in major fires, according to a key figure in the London Fire Brigade (LFR). Read More


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