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Fire Premises Risk Assessment Consider Who Might be at Risk and the Building Occupants


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Please allow a few seconds for the check sheet to load.  Once completed you have the options to e-mail or print the assessment.

 

List of typical risk assessment questions around the Consider Who Might be at Risk and the Building Occupants.

 

Risk Assessment Questions Cover:

 

Consider Who Might be at Risk

 

Employees

Contractors

Young Persons

Visitors

Members of the Public (customers)

People less able to leave the premises quickly

Occupants in Remote Areas

Sleeping Occupants

Neighbouring Premises

Animals / Livestock

Other

 

Occupancy Profile:

 

Maximum Number of persons, in the most highly occupied compartment to be effected by an uncontrolled fire within 30 minutes, assuming no evacuation.

 

Range

 

A = <20, B = 20-49, C = 50-99, D = 100-1000, E = >1000, - = None

 

Monday to Friday

 

00:00 to 04:00 =

 

04:00 to 08:00 =

 

08:00 to 12:00 =

 

12:00 to 16:00 =

 

16:00 to 20:00 =

 

20:00 to 00:00 =

 

Saturday and Sunday

 

00:00 to 04:00 =

 

04:00 to 08:00 =

 

08:00 to 12:00 =

 

12:00 to 16:00 =

 

16:00 to 20:00 =

 

20:00 to 00:00 =

 

Note: We do not store your risk assessment, once you close the form the data is removed.  If, you wish to keep a record of your data input, please print (WYSIWYG) or e-mail (data) the completed form.

 

Page 1 - Section 1 - Sources of Ignition and Section 2. Sources of Combustible Materials

Page 3 - Section 5 - Policy, Procedures and Instructions (page 1)  

Page 4 - Section 5 - Policy, Procedures and Instructions (page 2)  

Page 5 - Section 6 - Fire Precautions (page 1)

Page 6 - Section 6 - Fire Precautions (page 2)  

Page 7 - Section 7 - Means of Escape

Page 8 - Section 8 - Training 

Page 9 - Section 9 - Maintenance

Page 2 - Section 3. Consider Who Might be at Risk and Section 4. Building Occupants


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