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Public places

The level of risk is significant where there may be large gatherings of the general public. Often there are commercial kitchens to consider as well.

Understanding and using the correct guidance to use is imperative.

The key question to ask is, “do we have adequate fire escapes and trained fire wardens to ensure all occupants can be safely evacuated from the building?”

Detailed fire risk assessment and robust procedures and plans are vital. 

What can we do for you?

Of course we can do all aspects of fire safety and risk assessments but here's three to get you thinking...


  1. Emergency planning - is everyone accounted for?
  2. Health and safety risk assessments - look out for slips, trips and falls
  3. Signage - are escape routes obvious?
Call us on 08000 838114 for more details


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Having recently joined the club I found Mark particularly helpful in organising a list of safety checks that were needed for the club to ensure compliance

Tim Knight
Porters Park Golf Club, Radlett, Hertfordshire

With our Youth Club, it is of vital importance that our staff are able to carry out an effective evacuation. Our recent training helps us to do this

Daniel Campbell
The Bradfield Club, Peckham, South East London

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