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Frequenty Asked Questions
What would you do if your workplace was badly affected by a fire?
The downtime through financial losses could affect your business drastically through loss of production, loss of use of the premises not to mention the irreplaceable computer data and records.
This could also have an affect on your business long term because suppliers and clients have moved on to other outlets…and they may never return once they’ve found a better deal.
Staff too, through temporary job losses, could move to other workplaces thinking that their jobs are no longer safe. They need the money and have to work. The cost of replacing staff is considerable.
Your insurers too may not be too thrilled that you’ve had a fire and the damage has affected other property, not just heat and smoke but water damage caused by extinguishing the blaze. And then there’s the cost of your new premium!
What can you do to lessen the risk of this happening?
A competent, comprehensive fire risk assessment carried out by a professional would ensure that risks are kept to a minimum, hazards are eliminated and your business is a safe place to work.
You will be able to relax in the knowledge that you have:-
a) Complied with the law
Why should my business have a Fire Risk Assessment?
The employer will have to appoint a ‘Responsible Person’ who will have to provide evidence that the safety of all employees has been addressed in the event of a fire whether the employees are full or part-time.
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