Fire Management System
What is it and why is it required?
A fire management system provides a complete structure for fire safety management, combining all fire-related documentation into one accessible document.
The production of a fire management system includes a review of current processes and production of a bespoke fire safety management system for the building or site – including documentation outlining fire safety systems on-site, emergency procedures and identification of relevant responsibilities.
The management system can include:
- the fire safety management strategy,
- evacuation procedures,
- fire and smoke control strategy,
- fire fighting strategy, and
- fire protection strategy.
What are the benefits?
The primary purpose of a fire management system is to design, manage, plan and co-ordinate appropriate fire safety procedures to reduce the risks of fire and to ensure the safety of building occupants.
A complete fire management system ensures legal compliance and protection of lives and assets.
How can the S2 Partnership help?
The specialist fire team at the S2 Partnership provides a full review of current arrangements with guidance on making necessary amendments to the fire safety procedures and systems in order to then produce a full fire management system. The management system will be site-specific, detailing all relevant documentation, emergency procedures and strategies covering evacuation, fire and smoke control, fire fighting and fire safety. Responsibilities for all parties will be detailed and the system will include a fire log book to detail all testing and maintenance records of fire safety systems on site. The client will receive a comprehensive fire management system in a user-friendly format.
Please contact us for more information.