Briefing Note – Fire Safety Responsibilities under Section 156 of the Building Safety Act 2022

Fire safety responsibilities under Section 156 of the Building Safety Act 2022

Our latest briefing note, “Fire safety responsibilities under Section 156 of the Building Safety Act 2022”, shares critical information regarding the different areas that the Building Safety Act 2022 covers. 

Everything you need to know about this act are highlighted in our briefing note, giving key information surrounding: 

 The background of the Act. 

  • Applicable Buildings.
  • Duties for all Responsible Persons.
  • Duties of Responsible Persons (which contain two or more sets of domestic properties).
  • Changes to the Fire Safety Order (FSO).

Some of these changes will increase the level of fines for certain offences, so it’s vital that you comprehend why these changes have been made and how you can remain compliant with the latest legislation. 

Staying up to date on these important changes is essential in ensuring compliance and keeping your buildings, and the people within them, safe. 

Read the full briefing note to get a better understanding of The Building Safety Act 2022 (BSA) so you can determine your next steps on how to prepare for the key changes. 

Download the William Martin Briefing Note on Fire Safety Responsibilities


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