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Fire Safety: The Tecserv UK Return to Work Guide

The lockdown and workplace closures caused by the coronavirus pandemic are beginning to ease and more commercial buildings such as offices, industrial premises, retail outlets and leisure facilities are beginning to re-open.

As these buildings have potentially been unused for many weeks, Tecserv UK is taking the opportunity to remind Directors and the Responsible Individual(s) to be vigilant about fire safety within their premises as employees begin a staged return to work.

We have produced the Tecserv Back to Work Guide which is based on a document issued by The Fire Service. It is intended to refresh your mind about fire safety regulation and provides some top tips for key areas to assess in order that business owners are reminded of their responsibilities in respect of fire safety in the workplace and are able to ensure their people, property and processes remain protected when business resumes.

The guide provides some useful top tips on everything from conducting a fire risk assessment, keeping fire exits and escape routes clear, to your responsibilities for regular testing of fire alarm systems and ensuring maintenance inspections up to date. Please click here to download the full PDF of the Tecserv Back to Work Guide

We hope you find the guide useful. If you would like to receive more regular advice articles and company news please consider subscribing to our newsletters by visiting our website. You can also follow our social media pages on FaceBook, LinkedIn or Twitter.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Colin Milligan

Colin joined Tecserv UK Ltd in 2010. He has been in the fire and security industry for 30 years + and in that time has held a number of senior positions. His experience helps to bring focus and growth to our sales and marketing strategy by being objective driven and KPI measured.

Posted on: 12 June 2020
Posted in: Advice, FAQs, Fire Systems, News
Author: Colin Milligan