The effects of a fire can be drastically exacerbated without a fire safety strategy in place.

 

We want to help.

 

We provide fire strategies for a variety of clients, mainly architects and the construction industry. Using recognised fire engineering principles, we help to design new builds in an innovative and user-friendly way, which ensures a safe outcome for all.

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What you need to know:

  • If you employ five or more people, your premises are licensed or an alterations notice requiring it is in force, the details of your fire emergency plan must be recorded.
  • Even if you don’t fit these criteria, it’s really good practise to record it anyway!
  • Your fire safety strategy should be based on the outcome of your fire risk assessment
  • It should also be readily available for your employees, their representatives and the enforcing authority

 

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What should your fire safety strategy include?

The plan should be appropriate to your premises, and include elements such as:

 

  • How people will be warned that there’s a fire
  • What staff should do if they discover one
  • How the premises should be evacuated, the assembly point and procedures for after the evacuation
  • Identification of key escape routes
  • Staff that have specific duties and responsibilities
  • Post-incident plans for dealing with people after evacuation
  • Much, much more….

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How can we help?

We are specialists in fire safety in the workplace, and our team of consultants can deliver both your fire risk assessment and help you to devise and implement a safety strategy too – it’s all taken care of under our consultation.

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For advice on how to execute your fire safety strategy, get in touch today on 0191 623 7870.