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Old May 21st 07, 09:47 AM posted to alt.parenting.twins-triplets
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Default Fire risk assessments - Burden or Necessity ?


In today electronics fast world, we are surrounded by number of
dangers, from electric shock to fire. We can find daily in newspaper
that somewhere fire spreads due to some reason like short circuit,ups
battery explosion, and there are too many reasons.

As we know government is also very much concerned about this huge
problem of increasinf fire cases day by day,therefore in October 2006
the Government introduced major changes to existing Fire Safety
legislation.

Bluelightfire Ltd has been established to provide professional support
to business owners and managers to assist them in discharging their
legal responsibilities under the new Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety)
Order 2005. Fundamental to this is the fire risk assessment.

We as a Company specialise in fire risk assessment. Our management
team consists of experienced commercial managers who understand the
needs, commitments and demands of modern business in today's climate.

Our teams of qualified advisors have many years experience in the Fire
and Building industry and are able to offer comprehensive advice and
fully documented reports following the fire risk assessment process.
This will ensure your total compliance with the current fire
legislation.

We are committed to quality and seek to ensure that our services are
conducted in accordance with the appropriate standards and current
legislation including
BSI's PAS 79:2005 Fire Risk Assessment - Guidance and a Recommended
Methodology.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 ("RRFSO") (for England
& Wales).
The Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006 and the Fire (Scotland)
Act 2005 (for Scotland)

The Health & Safety (Safety Signs & Signals) Regulations 1996.

 




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