Do you Control Shared Premises?

Do you Control Shared Premises?

February 25, 2022

Let us explain what we mean – if you have management responsibilities for a multi-occupancy premises because you may be a landlord, agent or hold the head lease for a shared premises building whilst subletting some of it to other employers – in any of these instances you’ll retain responsibility for the common parts and facilities.  Furthermore, there is a duty of requirement for co-operation between occupants as per Article 22 of Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Legally required documentation as follows:

  • Fire Risk assessment, procedure and log book
  • General risk assessments
  • Legionella risk assessment and water hygiene records
  • Asbestos register
  • Maintenance schedule and records for plant and equipment

Our team of Health and Safety Consultants and Fire Risk Assessors can help you with all aspects of the documentation and understanding compliancy for shared premises.

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