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Fire Safety Management Review

All businesses require an emergency plan for dealing with a fire. The purpose of an emergency plan is to ensure that the people in your premises know what to do if there is a fire and that the premises can be safely evacuated. If you or your organisation employ five or more people or your premises are licensed or an alterations notice requiring it is in force, then details of your emergency plan must be recorded. Even if it is not required, it is good practice to keep a record.safety_consultancy

You must give clear and relevant information and appropriate instructions to your staff and the employers of other people working in your premises, such as contractors, about how to prevent fires and what they should do if there is a fire. If you intend to employ a child, you must inform the parents of the significant risks you have identified and the precautions you have taken. You must also co-operate and co-ordinate with other responsible people who use any part of the premises. It is unlikely that your emergency plan will work without this.

Your emergency plan should be based on the outcome of your fire safety risk assessment and be available for your employees, their representatives (where appointed) and the enforcing authority.

Safety Signs

The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 covers the provision of fire safety signs that are required in the workplace. They require employers to provide specific safety signs whenever there is a risk that has not been avoided or controlled by other means.
Following the fire risk assessment, it may be deemed necessary to provide fire safety signs to ensure staff know what to do in the event of a fire, hoe to raise the alarm, easily locate fire fighting equipment and quickly evacuate the premises to a place of safety.

How Fire Safety Risk Management can help

Our Fire Safety experts can conduct an impartial and thorough audit on your existing fire precautions and fire risk assessment and assist in reviewing and developing such processes and procedures by providing assistance in cost-effective solutions for any specific fire safety problems including:

  • The development, implementation, and review of company-specific fire safety strategies
  • Local authority licensing issues
  • Evaluation and supervision of fire drills
  • Developments of Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEPS)
  • Advice on Pre-Incident Emergency Plans and Exercises

Fire Safety Risk Management can advise, install or supply businesses with a variety of fire safety signs required to protect your business, staff and comply with current health and safety legislation. Our signs are designed and manufactured to BS 5499 to meet standards and ensure quality.

We can install or supply the following types of safety signs:

  • Fire Action Notice signsFire Safety Signs
  • Fire Evacuation Signs
  • Fire Assembly/ Muster Point Signs
  • Fire Equipment Signs
  • Fire Extinguisher signs
  • Prohibition Signs
  • Mandatory Health and Safety Signs
  • Warning Signs
  • Safe Condition Signs
  • Supplementary Information Signs

Contact us today for free no obligation survey and specialist advice on keeping your business and staff are protected.








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