Fire Premises Risk Assessment - Fire Precautions (page 1)
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List of typical risk assessment questions around the Fire Precautions (page 1).
Risk Assessment Questions Cover:
•The premises have an adequate number of alarm call points determined by an assessment of the level of occupancy, the activities and contents of the premises?
•Call points are adequately signed and visible in the event of power failure?
•Fire sounders are positioned so as to provide warning to any parts of the premises as determined by an assessment of the level of occupancy and activities?
•The premises fire alarm system(s) are tested at least weekly?
•Records of the fire alarm checks are available, legible and up to date?
•A regime of regular maintenance of fire prevention equipment is undertaken (i.e. smoke detectors, sprinkler systems, hose reels etc ...)
•Records of checks undertaken to equipment in 6 are available, legible and up to date?
•The premises have adequate number of portable fire fighting appliances determined by an assessment of the activities and contents?
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Page 1 - Section 1 - Sources of Ignition and Section 2. Sources of Combustible Materials
Page 2 - Section 3 - Consider Who Might be at Risk and Section 4. Building Occupants
Page 3 - Section 5 - Policy, Procedures and Instructions (page 1)
Page 4 - Section 5 - Policy, Procedures and Instructions (page 2)
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 5 - Section 6 - Fire Precautions (page 1)
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