Log Book Holders

Fire Safety Log books are essential in the workplace for ensuring that the ‘responsible person’ can maintain an up-to-date fire safety record keeping system. There is no statutory or legal requirement to maintain a Fire Safety Log Book, but Article 17 of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires the ‘responsible person’ of premises to ensure that all fire safety facilities, equipment and devices are maintained in efficient working order and in good repair.

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The responsible person mut be able to demonstrate that the above has been undertaken. Additionally, Article 21 states that any staff should also be provided with adequate fire safety training. The Fire Safety Order also requires that tests, maintenance and safety training are capable of being audited to ensure they are being carried out. The most effective way of demonstrating compliance with these particular Articles is to keep records, and a Log Book is a simple and conveninent way of achieving this. Firemart also supplied document cases in red metal or red plastic that are ideal for the safe storage of fire log books. The cases are supplied with keys ensuring that fire safety log books will not be moved but that they can be easily accessed when required.