Fire Safety in Social Supported Housing
Following a number of incidents of fire and fire related deaths in premises containing social
supported housing, the Enforcement Authorities (Fire and Rescue Services) in England and
Wales, are issuing Enforcement and Prohibition Notices on Landlords, which in 35% of all
cases, are resulting in prosecution, fines or imprisonment.
Fire safety in the Social Supported Housing Sector is a key priority for Enforcement Authorities in 2015/2016 and continued prosecution cases against companies and individuals for fire safety breaches under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 will inevitably be on the increase.
Click here to read the full white paper and click here to book a place on our free Fire safety in social supported housing seminar.
Post date: 11 Mar 2015
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