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Regulatory Reform (Fire safety) Order 2005

Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into force in October 2006 and introduced significant change to workplace fire safety
responsibilities.  As well as simplifying the legislative regime by bringing all fire safety legislation together into one order,  it introduced
the need for employers, building owners and occupiers as ‘responsible persons’ to carry out, implement and maintain a
fire safety risk Assessment.

Fire safety refers to precautions that are taken to prevent or reduce the likelihood of a fire that may result in death, each year people die or are seriously injured as a result of fires at work.  Besides loss of life, fire costs UK business millions of pounds, from damage to property, loss of business and fines.

Many fires can be avoided by taking fire precautions.  If a fire does break out, the effects can be minimised by having effective controls and procedures in place.

Fire safety legislation applies to all commercial premises and other buildings to which the public have access.  The legislation allows businesses the flexibility to remove, reduce and manage their fire risks on the basis of the findings of a fire risk assessment.

Threats to fire safety are referred to as fire hazards.  A fire hazard may include a situation that increases the likelihood that fire may impede escape  in the event a fire occurring.

Who is responsible for fire safety?

The employer, owner or occupier of the premises is responsible for fire safety.  In law, they are known as the ‘responsible person’

Fire Risk Assessment

Under the regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, the responsible person must carry out a fire safety risk assessment, identify the
Significant findings of the risk assessment,  provide and maintain such fire precautions as are necessary to safeguard those who use the
workplace and provide information, instruction and training to employees about the fire precautions.  And implement and maintain a fire
management plan.

The ‘responsible person’  must  manage any fire risk on your premises by carrying out and maintaining and up-to-date fire risk assessment and reviewed its regularly in order to keep it up to date.

If, having completed a fire risk assessment you need more practical advice or information your local Fire and Rescue Authority may be able to help.  You  may however feel more comfortable employing a fire safety specialist to help you.

Our fire risk assessments and other fire safety services are conducted by a qualified person which means we understand the codes and how to apply them to maximise safety and minimise risk.










Packaging Machinery


  • Plant and Equipment
  • Premises Design, Construction-Oversight and Commissioning which can include
  • Turn-key Projects involving:
  • Project management,
  • Build a seamless packaging system with equipment from multiple manufacturers.





Our consultancy service could be just the answer to these questions and anymore you might have.


We can support start-ups to major operators therefore we can deliver a combination of products /services/training to solve any problems you may have. 


No matter how large or small the project, we can respond with a tailor-made solution for each individual businesses without compromising our quality standards.


With reference to product development and machinery / process line we work with a network of suppliers that allows us to provide you with a wide range of solutions.


We can develop and implement an entire packaging project from concept to completion or alternatively we can provide consultancy on any aspect of a project.


Review manufacturing processes with a view to recommending improvements, analysis of plant capacity/throughput, procuring and implementing the installation of new equipment to increase capacity.


Getting the system right and independently verified can save you time, money and your reputation.


We will be happy to provide you with a cost-effective solution that meets your specific needs.