Public Risk Register
The Public Risk Register contains information where Fire and Rescue Service can publicly display the details of enforcement action taken in line with:
Each entry states sufficient particulars to convey the substance of the notice to which it relates. Persons on whom notices are served are issued a draft copy and have 21 days to lodge an appeal against an entry which they think may reveal an industrial secret.
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service will maintain the public risk register and all information relating to any prohibition, alteration or enforcement notice. All enforcement notices will be held in the register for a minimum period of three years.
We are required to produce this risk register under the Environment and Safety Information Act 1988. For further details of this Act visit the Government website.
The Public Risk Register for Cornwall
The search facility on this page only covers Cornwall. You can access the National Enforcement Register on the Chief Fire Officers Association website.
Input the details you would like to search for below and our database will return the results for any premises matching your search.
To search you must select at least one tick box e.g. Alterations, Enforcements or Prohibitions (please see below for definitions). You can if you wish leave the town, property name or dates blank, the database will display all results from all towns and dates.
Definitions of the above mentioned notices:
Prohibition/Restriction: Where the Inspecting Officer is of the opinion that the risk to persons in case of fire, is so serious it will be necessary for the Fire and Rescue Service to prohibit or restrict the use of parts of the premises.
Alterations: Where the Inspecting Officer is of the opinion that any structural alterations being made to the premises will constitute a serious risk to relevant persons (whether due to the features of the premises, their use, any hazard present or any other circumstances).
Enforcement: Where the Inspecting Officer is of the opinion that the responsible person, being under the obligation to do so, has failed to comply with any provision of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order within the time allocated to them.