Fire Protection and Precautions Directors Briefing

The term “fire precautions” refer to any measures taken to minimise the risk of damage from fire, whether to life or property. This includes the implementation and installation of training, policies and equipment designed to prevent a fire, as well as those designed to suppress a fire if one occurs. This Directors Briefing takes you through the principal legislation, case law, legal duties, recommendations for employers, and the use of control methods and risk reduction techniques.

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