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Understanding the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 & its implications for fire doors

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Presenter

Doug Law

Technical Director
Lorient

Agenda

From 2007-2011 there were 233 prosecutions in England and Wales under the RRO, ranging from large companies such as the Co-op who were fined £210,000 to small family-run businesses. The RRO shifts the blame to the ‘responsible person’ of that building; meaning anyone can be prosecuted under the act for lack of fire safety.


THE CPD COVERS:
  • - Quick introduction to the RRO and who is responsible for a building’s fire safety
  • - Examples of companies who have come under fire from the RRO
  • - The danger of fire and smoke
  • - The importance of fire doors including installation and maintenance
  • - Examples of poorly maintained and fitted fire doors with cost effective solutions