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Fire Safety Officer

Up to £34.21 per hour

Job Description

MMP Consultancy is currently recruiting for a Fire safety advisor - Band 7 role on behalf of an NHS Trust based in East London on a temp contract.

Please see a brief description below:

Hours: Monday - Friday 37.5 hours per week - 9am - 5pm or 8am - 4pm

Pay: £34.21 per hour

Band: 7


  • Ensure there is compliance with all regulatory provisions regarding fire safety in all Trust owned or operated properties.
  • Conduct a program of fire risk assessments in all Trust occupied premises, working to the standards in Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, Health Technical Memorandums (HTM's), Building Regulations, British Standards and other relevant documentation, to ensure the Trust and its buildings comply with current fire legislation.
  • Undertaking overarching fire risk assessments in complex hospital buildings, to ensure efficacy of shared arrangements, horizontal evacuation and compartmentation, taking in to consideration the profile of occupants.


  • Membership of a professional organisation (e.g. the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) or the institute of Fire Prevention Officers (IFPO)
  • In-depth knowledge of Firecode, Health Building Notes, and Building Regulations Approved Document B (fire safety)
  • NHS experience.

Additional information:

  • Competitive NHS industry benefits

For the full Job description - please send an up-to-date CV to this email.

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