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Fire prevention and certification Function

Fire certificates - factories (805) Service Discontinued

A fire certificate is required for any premises used as factory where there are more than 20 people employed (in one or more buildings) at any one time or more than 10 people employed other than on the ground floor of the building. The local fire authority is responsible for processing applications, inspecting premises and issuing certificates.

Fire certificates - hotels/boarding houses (808) Service Discontinued

A fire certificate is required for any premises used as a hotel or boarding house where there is accommodation for more than 6 people. The local fire authority is responsible for inspecting premises and issuing the certificate.

Fire certificates - offices (806) Service Discontinued

A fire certificate is required for any office premises where there are more than 20 people employed (in one or more buildings) at any one time or more than 10 people employed other than on the ground floor of the building. The local fire authority is responsible for processing applications, inspecting premises and issuing certificates.

Fire certificates - shops (807) Service Discontinued

A fire certificate is required for any retail premises where there are more than 20 people employed (in one or more buildings) at any one time or more than 10 people employed other than on the ground floor of the building. The local fire authority is responsible for processing applications, inspecting premises and issuing certificates.

Fire regulations business enforcement (804) Service

The local authority has responsibility for the supervision and enforcement of fire regulations. They visit workplaces to ensure that the owners adopt the fire risk assessment and emergency plans.

Fire regulations residential enforcement (803) Service

Businesses that provide residential services are required to comply with specific fire safety duties, which may include notifications to or consultation with the local authority.

Fire risk assessment in commercial property (1608) Service

Inspection of commercial premises to identify potential fire risks and people within the premises who may be at risk as a result of fire hazards. The inspectors will advise on how to minimise fire risk and assist in preparing an emergency plan for the premises.

Fire safety education (812) Service

Educating children in schools on fire safety and ensure that schools are trained in evacuation procedures and carry out fire evacuation drills.

Fire warden/commercial training (809) Service

Fire safety training for employees is a legal requirement under fire legislation. The local fire brigade run courses for fire wardens and marshals on fire prevention, fire safety, use of breathing apparatus and for managers who are responsible for determining fire safety procedures.

Home fire safety check (1119) Service

Inspection of residential property to help the homeowner Identify and be aware of the potential fire risks in the home and what to do to reduce or prevent these risks. Attending officers will als help put together an escape plan which can be used in the event of a fire..

Private fire hydrants inspection (1606) Service

Inspection of private fire hydrants to ensure that they are correctly installed and maintained and are compatible with fire and rescue service equipment.

Railway fire certificates (814) Service

A fire certificate is required for any railway premises where there are more than 20 people employed (in one or more buildings) at any one time or more than 10 people employed other than on the ground floor of the building. The local fire authority is responsible for processing applications, inspecting premises and issuing certificates.

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