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:
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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