Many Maidstone pensioners face leaving their homes after fire safety concerns will result in safety improvements to their block of flats. Thirty-six tenants must move out of their Rocky Hill Terrace homes, while work takes place following an electrical fire back in May. The plans to relocate the tenants comes as the death toll from the Grenfell Tower fire continues to rise.
The devastating consequences of tragic events like the Grenfell Tower fire only reinforces Risk Safety Services commitment to helping all businesses and organisations in Kent ensure their buildings are safe. And we do that by providing premises inspections and auditing.
Inspections and Auditing
As a business owner, you are responsible for the safety and protection of your property and workforce. Likewise, if you are a private landlord, you must ensure that your tenants are living in a safe and secure building. A premises inspection ensures that all matters relating to fire safety fully comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The experts at Risk Safety Services will use their extensive knowledge and experience to work with you to ensure the process is as smooth as possible.
Protect your building, tenants and employees
There are still many questions about how the Grenfell Tower fire could happen. And importantly, there are understandable concerns for the safety of tenants of other tower blocks across the UK. While local authorities await the results of the investigation into the fire, many councils have already started to carry out their own inspections to identify any issues relating to the cladding materials and other concerns, to ensure the continued safety of their residents. So as the country waits to find out just why so many people lost their lives and others lost their homes in the Grenfell fire, Risk Safety Services is here to help you ensure that something like that will not happen to your building.