Court Managers

Court Managers are responsible for helping surveyors to gain access to all areas to carry out and complete the Fire Risk Assessment. They are also responsible for actions identified in the assessment as their responsibility, mainly around site management such as testing of the fire alarm system, keeping corridors and exit routes clear, management of mobility scooters, and preventing fire doors being wedged open.


Surveyors are responsible for undertaking Fire Risk Assessments to satisfy the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and in accordance with Housing 21’s policy. Surveyors will identify any risks relating to fire safety, advise appropriate remedial measure and assign risk to the appropriate person.

SIP Central Support Team

The SIP Central Support team are responsible for reporting status of Fire Risk Assessments and high risks on a weekly basis

 Property Services Managers

Property Services Managers are responsible for ensuring that all Fire Risk Assessments are undertaken to a consistent standard and within the agreed timeframes within their region.

Property Services Managers are also responsible for assessing the planned works identified in the report for inclusion on the Capital programme

Retirement Housing & Extra Care Managers

Retirement Housing and Extra Care Managers are responsible for ensuring that their site based staff are appropriately trained to implement the agreed fire strategy for their courts and will supervise that identified risks are managed / removed within the agreed timescales.

Risk Management

This policy is covered under the Risk Management Framework, and will be reviewed annually.

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