Anthony Gold Solicitors & Rick Lawton
If you want to comply with the fire safety regulations cheaply and easily, then this Landlord's Fire Risk Assessment Kit is for you.
This Kit contains all the fire risk assessment template forms and background information that you need to make a fire risk assessment, without the expense of a solicitor.
As a landlord you have a legal duty to ensure that your rented property is safe from fire. A fire risk assessment form is evidence that you have fulfilled your responsibilities.
Without one, you could be open to claims if there was a fire. What’s more, landlords of houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) are legally obliged to carry out fire risk assessments.
This Landlord's Fire Risk Assessment Kit will help ensure that your rental property is safe.
Approved by David Smith, lettings solicitor at Anthony Gold Solicitors, and Rick Lawton, fire safety consultant, this Kit includes fire risk assessment template forms and an expert guidance manual, detailing the main elements in a fire risk assessment. These include:
This Kit provides easy access to three essential fire risk assessment form downloads that you must produce if an inspecting officer from the local fire authority visits your premises.
All the fire risk assessment template forms are solicitor-approved and include simple-to-follow guidance on how to complete them.
These templates are:
Note: These fire risk assessment templates are not included in the paper Kit, but easy online access is provided to all the forms. These templates, however, are included in our "Download Now" eKit.
This Landlord's Fire Risk Assessment Kit can be used throughout the UK and complies with current fire safety legislation:
Fire safety risk assessments do not apply to people’s private homes, including individual flats in a block or house.
Guidance Manual Contents:
Use the Updates & Downloads section to:
All eKits downloaded before 18:35 on the 1st November 2011
The headings in the table on page 10 of the Manual, regarding the use of different fire extinguishers on types of fire are incorrect.
The correct column headings should read from left to right: 'Water', 'Powder', 'Foam' and 'Carbon Dioxide CO2'