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coliedusty  
#1 Posted : 16 February 2018 19:46:25(UTC)
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coliedusty

Does anyone have a template I can use for a fire risk assessment annual review Pa's 79 is a bit long winded for an annual review it's for common areas in flats etc
David Bannister  
#2 Posted : 17 February 2018 10:16:12(UTC)
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David Bannister

coliedusty, I use the original assessment document and make additions/deletions/amendments as necessary with an accompanying note by the changes to indicate what has been changed and when, with a newly dated sign-off.

If the changes are significant then I will re-write the assessment record and findings.

It works for me and I've not been challenged on validity.

David

PS This post may attract more responses if it had been in treh general discussion forum.

Edited by user 17 February 2018 10:17:39(UTC)  | Reason: PS added

thanks 2 users thanked David Bannister for this useful post.
coliedusty on 18/02/2018(UTC), jodieclark1510 on 19/02/2018(UTC)
Hsquared14  
#3 Posted : 20 February 2018 10:06:18(UTC)
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Hsquared14

I do it the same as David - no need to keep reinventing the wheel and you can also keep a track of the history of what was done in response to the fire risk assessment.

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