The proposed “golden thread” of information about the design, construction and fire safety arrangements for high rise residential buildings planned in light of the Grenfell Tower tragedy will help those responsible for assessing fire risks, says Stephen Adams.
Health and safety management has the substantial task of upholding fire safety policies when it comes to commercial buildings. This has only become further scrutinised following the devastating Grenfell Tower fire that occurred in June 2017, which rightfully has brought fire safety back to the head of discussion for all buildings.
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