So why is your fire emergency plan important? Persons responsible for fire safety have a number of duties. This includes preparing a fire risk assessment and a fire emergency plan.
The fire emergency plan details all of the safety measures and procedures in your workplace. It can also be used as a training
Our tailored and bespoke online fire training solutions include your fire emergency plan. This means we can add your plans on our online courses. We can also ask questions about the plan, so your staff can answer questions. Our online fire training courses will be based on your workplace.
What is in a fire emergency plan?
It will detail:
- The fire procedures. It will include what to do in case of fire, what to when you hear the alarm and also assembly points.
- The fire alarm system. What type, how it operates and also where the fire panel is.
- Fire fighting equipment. Fire extinguishers and suppression systems.
- Persons with fire safety duties. These include fire marshals, who calls the fire service, evacuation buddies and also other persons who assist.
- Arrangements for calling the fire service. Who does it? Also who calls out of hours etc.
- Persons at additional risk. This includes plans for disabled persons, lone workers and also contractors.
- Process isolation. How to shut down high risk equipment.
- Fire training. How often, the content and in addition details of fire drills.
- Information to other persons. All staff can view the plan. Neighbours or other tenants at risk should also view the plan.
If you haven’t got a fire plan
If you do not have a plan, we can help write one for you. We can either come and visit your premises and produce a plan. There is a charge for this service. Alternatively, we can ask some questions by email and prepare a fire emergency plan for you. We will add this to your tailored or bespoke site free of charge.
Either phone 01206 549589 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.