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Fire Premises Risk Assessment p7


Fire Premises Risk Assessment - Means of Escape

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List of typical risk assessment questions around the Means of Escape.


Risk Assessment Questions Cover:


The fire policy support documents specifically include a documented procedure for evacuating the premises?

Are escape routes clearly signed and visible in the event of power failure?

Are escape routes planned to minimise the distance to travel to and exit point?

Do escape plans consider alternative means of escape?

Are there sufficient fire exit escapes determined by an assessment of the level of occupancy, the activities and contents of the premises, and do they open easily in an emergency?

Are escape routes kept clear of obstructions at all times?

Are evacuation assembly points clearly marked?

Are evacuation assembly points safe for the expected number of people to congregate to?


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 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 5 - Section 6 - Fire Precautions (page 1)

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

Page 8 - Section 8 - Training 

Page 9 - Section 9 - Maintenance

Page 7 - Section 7 - Means of Escape

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