Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 - Fault and Information Reporting
From 23rd January 2023, the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 (the Regulations) make it a requirement for Responsible Persons of high-rise residential buildings to provide information to fire and rescue services to assist in planning for and responding to a fire in their building. A high-rise residential building is defined as a building containing two or more sets of domestic premises that is at least 18 metres tall or has at least seven storeys.
For further information on the Regulations, please see the fact sheets provided the Government to support the Regulations.
In preparation for the implementation of the Regulations Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service has delivered a number of presentations to support Responsible Persons in meeting their responsibilities. For reference, the slide pack from the presentation is available in the link below.
Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service Fire Safety Legislation Update 2022/23 presentation slides [PDF - opens in new window]
This page and the forms held within it are to only be used by those persons defined as the Responsible Person in the Regularity Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to fulfil their duties under the Regulations. If you are not the Responsible Person and are not reporting/submitting the required information (for example, if you are a leaseholder, tenant, member of the public) and wish to report a fire safety concern, please visit the Report a Fire Safety Concern page.
If you are the Responsible Person (or person authorised by the Responsible Person) for a residential building 18 meters (or 7 storeys) and above in height and need to provide details on the following:
- Design and materials in external walls
- Floor plans and building plans
- Report a fault or rectification of lifts and essential firefighting equipment
Please use the links provided below.