Do you know your fire and safety requirements at work?

In accordance to BS5839 part 1 of 2008, every place of work where there are two or more occupants must have reasonable means possible of notifying everyone of a fire or potential fire. The best way to accomplish this is to install a fire alarm system.

– If you have a fire alarm installed it should be tested and serviced by a competent service company every three to six months in accordance with the Fire Precautions (workplace) Regulations 1997.
– If you still have a 240v Mains Manual Fire Alarm System installed in your workplace, you are contravening the Health & Safety (signs and signals) Regulations Act 1996 (schedule 1, part 1, section 8).
– Your gas suppression/extinguishing system should be serviced every six months minimum by a registered F-Gas certified company.
– Your room integrity test should be performed by a competent service company and a pass certificate issued and displayed annually.
– Any pressure vessels storing gas suppression agents must be hydraulically tested / stretch tested every 10 years as a minimum.
– Your premises risk assessment should be reviewed every year by a competent person in accordance with he Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (FSO).
Fire extinguishers should be serviced annually in accordance to BS5306 (part 3 of 2003).
– Your emergency lighting should be tested monthly by a responsible person in your workplace and should be serviced by a competent service company every six months and a full discharge of each light should be undertaken annually in order to comply with BS5266 (part 1, 7 & 8).

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