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How to communicate with tenants about fire safety

22/11/2013


How to communicate with tenants about fire safety

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Landlords, building owners and building managers (as the 'responsible person') have responsibility for fire safety in the communal areas of residential buildings. This means they have a legal responsibility to ensure that occupants and visitors are not put at risk from fire.
 
This How to... offers advice on the best ways to communicate with tenants about fire safety to make sure they have all the key fire safety messages.


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