Many thanks for your answer! Are there any legal obligations to employ someone (all year round) to take care of company fire protection? In Germany this is necessary for a lot of Buildings. To give you some examples: - Big industrial Buildings - Big meeting places (Stadions, Theaters, Universities) - Recycling companies - many more special buildings I cannot imagine, that there are companies in england with a high fire risk that do not have permanent employees who take care of fire protection.
Hello, I'm in the seventh semester of studying Security & Safety Engineering B.Sc. at the Furtwangen University in Germany. I am currently working on my bachelor thesis. This is entitled "Comparison of the legal status and training of fire protection officers in German-speaking countries and selected Anglo-Saxon countries ". In particular, i would like to investigate the situation in united kingdom as part of this work. In Germany, Switzerland and Austria it is mandatory it is compulsory to employ a fire protection officer ("Brandschutzbeauftragter") in complex buildings. For e