Guides for the fire risk assessment, Other Engineering

Guides for the fire risk assessment:

In the UK, the Government produce guides for the FRA process that are free to download.  

There are a range of guides covering  the range  of  different types of buildings.   

For example, there are guides for factories, educational establishments, theatres, sleeping risks, healthcare premises, offices and shops.

Below is the front cover of the offices and shops guide.

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