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Free Fire Safety Advice Offered To Dorset Businesses

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Published at 9:26am 23rd October 2014.

Dorchester businesses are being offered free advice on how to reduce the risk of fire and meet their legal safety requirements.

Dorset Fire and Rescue Service are putting on an information session to give local businesses a better understanding of what they need to do to keep their business "in business".

It's taking place at their HQ in Poundbury on 10th December, from 2pm-4pm.

The event will include practical tips on how to remove the likelihood of a fire and guidance on how to ensure your legal compliance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

To book your place on the session email your details to businessadvice@dorsetfire.gov.uk and include your type of business.

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