Virtually all premises require a risk assessment (including all building structures, homes in multiple occupancy and open space but excluding private domestic residence). If you have more than five employees your risk assessment must be documented and all risk assessments must be kept up to date particularly if there is reason to suspect that it is no longer valid and/or if there has been significant changes in the matters to which it relates including if the premises undergoes extensions, conversions and other such significant changes.

For any premises with sleeping accommodation you must conform to the HMO (Housing in Multi Occupancy) legislation; Click here for assistance.

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