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The Communities and Local Government (CLG) was created on 5 May 2006 with a powerful remit to promote community cohesion and equality. The CLG have produced booklets with simple and practical advice to those people responsible for fire safety in small and medium businesses. Guides are currently available through theCLG website.
The National Fire Sprinkler Network was formed after a meeting of the NFSA Conference in Glasgow in 1998. Tess Kingham MP (Gloucester) had been invited to address the conference following a maiden speech in Parliament in which she outlined her support for fire sprinklers as a means of the protection of life, property and the environment from the ravages of fire.
The Chief Fire Officers Association (CFOA) has been planning for the introduction of The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO) since 2002, when it established a Regulatory Reform Policy Development Working Group to consider the implications and prepare a framework of policies for guidance and enforcement for use by Fire and Rescue Services.
The institution is the international qualifying organisation and learned society for fire engineering and fire safety professionals. IFE is at the heart of the fire community, promoting best practice and advancing the discipline for the benefit of society and supporting the professional development of members.
The Fire Protection Association website is aimed at those who run small and medium sized enterprises. It provides basic advice about fire safety in small businesses, it describes the importance of fire risk assessment and it includes a table of simple questions about fire safety which will form the basis of a fire risk assessment which you can complete online.
Safelincs are partners of Fire Kills and are always looking at new safety initiatives. Our most recent has been to set up an independent website www.firescout.co.uk where anybody can send photographs of any bad fire safety practice they have come across. We believe seeing a bad example is much more compelling than a list of do’s and don’ts.