Table of Duties for the Responsible Person
There's a lot more to fire safety than calling in a certified contractor to carry out the necessary service visits.
With the official document, BS 5839 being well over 100 pages long, crammed full of information, it'll take you a while to get through the whole thing.
So to help with this, we've dissected the British Standard to pull out the parts that you really need to know and duties you must carry out. These have all been put into this 'straight-to-the-point' table outlining exactly what is required from you. Grab yours here today...
What Fire Alarm Do I Need?
With the number of fire alarms and fire alarm providers out there, it's easy to get lost in the stacks of information available to you.
At WFP, we have simplified the decision when it comes to new fire alarm systems by creating this free guide for you to download.
So if making the right decision the first time around sounds like something you'd be interested in, this free guide will be ideal to helping you do just that.
The CCTV Guide To Help You Get It Right 1st Time
You've heard of the saying "Fail to Prepare, then Prepare to Fail!". It's pretty much relatable to every aspect of life. Well, CCTV installation is no different.
If you're not 100% sure on what exactly you want, you are likely to end up with something installed that doesn't meet all your requirements.
So at WFP Towers, we've developed a preparation guide to 'Help You Get Your CCTV Installation Right 1st Time'. Click the button below to download it for free.
Domestic Detectors Downloadable guide
Are you managing a House of Multiples Occupants (HMO)? Or perhaps you are the landlord for a residential property.
As the responsible person, it is your duty to ensure that amongst other things, the correct detectors and number of detectors are used in the correct areas and for the correct reasons. If you would like to know more about what the law says should be where and why, have a read of this short guide.