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Furniture for Non-Domestic Event Space

Guest Asher

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Hi - I have a question. I work for an event space that resides in a historic building, and we would like to purchase antique furniture at auction. 

As a non-domestic setting, I'm aware that RRFSO applies to us, and that we need to have a responsible person perform a fire risk assessment. 

What is a responsible person required to do with regard to purchasing furniture, or evaluating furniture that already existed within the building at time of purchase? Do we need to check if antique furniture that we want to purchase has tags? Is it literally just a judgement call?

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