Pupils and staff had to be evacuated from a secondary school in Wales after a fire broke out in the building on Thursday 15th March.
Fire crews were called to Milford Haven School at 11:30am after a blaze began in toilets at the school’s craft block.
Officers sported breathing apparatus and used a hose reel jet, a thermal imaging camera as well as a positive pressure ventilation fan to bring the fire under control at 12.15pm.
A ‘suitable and sufficient’ fire risk assessment must be conducted on all commercial properties in England and Wales, under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
If the fire risk assessment is deemed to be carried out to an insufficient extent, the Responsible Person can face an unlimited fine or a prison sentence of up to two years.
An investigation is set to be launched into the cause of the blaze, in which no-one was injured.