Fire Evacuation Procedures
What is it and why is it required?
Fire evacuation procedures provide definitive instructions on actions to be taken in the event of fire or fire alarm. Formal written fire evacuation procedures are required to satisfy Article 15.1(a) of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. A fire evacuation procedure is required to ensure all key staff are aware of their responsibilities and required actions in the event of a fire or fire alarm.
What are the benefits?
Key staff are provided with clear and relevant information on their responsibilities and required actions in the event of fire or fire alarm. This vital preparation ensures a smooth evacuation in the event of a fire or fire alarm, in order to ensure life safety.
How can the S2 Partnership help?
The S2 Partnership can provide site-specific fire evacuation procedures to ensure effective evacuation and the provision of information to key staff in a clear and concise format.
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