Emergency procedures should be produced after a fire risk assessment has taken place. These emergency procedures should be based on the findings of this assessment. It should be easily available for staff, occupiers, visitors, and enforcing authorities to see and be clear and easy to understand.
Redline Safety creates emergency procedure policies for many businesses. No matter how complex the building is, our consultants will deliver the highest standard and offer guidance or explanation where necessary.
Redline Safety's Emergency Plans usually include:
- What to do when a fire is discovered
- Alerting the rest of the building of a fire
- Alerting the emergency services
- Evacuation of premises (including those particularly at risk)
- Power/Process Isolation
- Assembly points and roll call
- Emergency Services liaison
- Identification of key exit/escape routes
- Signage and emergency lighting
- Firefighting equipment
- Specific fire extinguisher responsibilities
- Training, roles and responsibilities
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