So we're always being told to test our fire alarm at home. Some of us do and some don't, but one thing I'm sure we all can relate with, is the jolly chirp of a smoke alarm with a low battery in the early hours. Try to ignore it, get up a ladder to change the battery (if you have a spare) or remove said battery and spend the rest of the night worrying about fire. Guaranteed ruined sleep and all the associated negative elements to deal with during the next day, sound familiar?
Fire Safety Law | Article 21 of The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 places a mandatory obligation on employers to provide adequate fire safety training for staff when first employed, when working circumstances change and periodically, typically every 1 - 2 years. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2005/1541/article/21/made The potential exists for so much to go wrong in such a time sensitive situation, without the required knowledge and preparation to not only prev
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