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The short-cut that doesn’t cut corners.

This 97-second read is well worth your time if you know who the person responsible for your building is, or if you are the person responsible.

I have almost definitely written to you about your responsibilities before.

But – as I’m sure I’ve also said before – the importance of these duties/responsibilities is significantly understated.

And just to rub salt into the wound, it’s not entirely clear, exactly what is required from you as the responsible person either.

QUESTION:

How do you keep yourself, your building and your building’s occupants safe whilst complying with the law?

ANSWER:

Read all the legal documents and British Standards relevant to you and your building, then carry out all your responsibilities.

Piece of cake, eh?…

…Not really, it’d take a while.

Now I know you’re very busy and most probably don’t have the time to scour through dozens of pages on a number of official documents picking out your responsibilities that are sporadically positioned within the mass of information.

However, you’ll be pleased to know, it’s not the only way…

SHORT-CUT (WITHOUT CUTTING CORNERS):

We have created a table that has been updated to include your responsibilities for:

  • Fire Systems
  • Emergency Lighting
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Security/Intruder Systems
  • CCTV Systems

“Where can I find the table?” I hear you say…

At the link below.

http://www.w-fp.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Legal-Requirements-of-responsible-person.pdf

It’s in PDF format too, so you can print it off and pin it up with ease!

I hope you found it useful.

Stay safe!

All the best,

Tom Patel
WFP Fire & Security
01277 622 932
tompatel@w-fp.co.uk


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