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

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How well do you know the RRO? Lorient’s RIBA accredited CPD covers the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and its implication for fire doors.

There have been 560 prosecutions in England and Wales under the RRO (2006 – 2018), ranging from large well-known companies such as New Look who were fined £536,000, to small family run businesses who have also been targeted. 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.

  • - 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

Sarah Lewis

Specifications Manager