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Mitigate and Manage: Fire Risk – Property

At a glance

  • We have created a series of videos to raise awareness and increase understanding of the important topic of fire risk
  • Protecting your organisation from the threat of fire is imperative as fire continues to be a huge problem in the UK
  • In this series we discuss the risks that come with hot work, the threat of arson, and what you need to know to protect your property.

Fire continues to be a significant risk for organisations, and something that must continue to be treated with the severity it deserves.

It is imperative that the right measures are taken to minimise the potential risk of a fire. In our fire risk series we discuss the risks that come with hot work, the threat of arson, and what you need to know to protect your property.

Episode 1: Property Risk

With the average large fire now costing almost £1m to rectify – it really is so important to take simple risk control measures to minimise the potential risk of a fire.

We discuss the changes to the built environment and how these new ways of working can do wonders for the sustainability agenda, but still need to be considered from a fire risk perspective. Maintenance of your properties can really make a difference to how susceptible your buildings are to fire so we share some risk control measures to help. With an increase in the number of vacant buildings due to the economic climate we also explore what you can do to keep your empty properties safe.

For more information on these topics, or for any information on how Zurich can help, speak to your local Zurich contact.

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