In London, fire risk assessments are required by law for most commercial and public buildings. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, which applies to England and Wales, requires the person responsible for a building (the "responsible person") to carry out a fire risk assessment and take steps to reduce the risk of a fire occurring.

In London, the London Fire Brigade is responsible for enforcing fire safety laws and regulations, and can carry out inspections of buildings to ensure that they are in compliance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. If a building is found to be non-compliant, the London Fire Brigade may issue a notice requiring the responsible person to take corrective action.

It is important for the responsible person to keep their fire risk assessment up to date and to review it regularly, as the fire hazards and risks in a building can change over time. If there are significant changes to the building or its use, the fire risk assessment may need to be revised.

Overall, the purpose of fire risk assessments in London is to help ensure the safety of the people who use the building and to reduce the risk of a fire occurring.

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