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Fire presents significant risks to businesses. It can kill or seriously injure employees or visitors and can damage or destroy buildings, equipment, and stock.

INDUSTRIAL FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT, SAFETY & EMERGENCY PLANNING

INDUSTRIAL FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT, SAFETY & EMERGENCY PLANNING

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Fire presents significant risks to businesses. It can kill or seriously injure employees or visitors and can damage or destroy buildings, equipment, and stock.

Organisations operating from single premises are particularly vulnerable as loss of premises may completely disrupt their operations. Many businesses fail to continue trading following a severe fire.

Fire may have a more significant impact on businesses that:

  • stock combustible materials including flammable liquids or gases
  • use heat processes
  • have people working alone in parts of the building
  • have poorly maintained equipment or electrical circuits
  • have public access (i.e. are at risk from arson)
  • have poor housekeeping standards.

However, any organisation may be affected at any time.

Course  Objectives:

Upon  successful  completion  of this  course, the  delegates will  be  able to:

  • Carryout  a  comprehensive  fire  risk  assessment
  • Determine  the  means  of  detecting  and  giving  warning  in  the  event  of  a  fire
  • Determine  the  means  of escape  and  emergency  lighting
  • Understand  the  requirements  for  signage  and  fire-fighting  equipment
  • Provide  staff with  information  on  risks  and  training
  • Understand  the  requirements  of  a  comprehensive  fire  risk  assessment  and  training need  analysis  for  key  responders
  • Create  a  safer  industrial  environment  for  you  and  your  company
  • Acquire  the  techniques  for  implementing  effective  safety  management  systems  and  emergency  plans
  • Understand  the  necessities  for  an  efficient  and  timely  response

Outline

Programme  Outline:

Module 1

  • Principles  of  Industrial  Fire  Risk  Assessment.  Safety  &  Emergency  Planning
  • Strategy  for  Industrial  Fire:  Risk  Assessment  and  Protection  of  I
  • Fire  precautions  regulations  and  legislation
  • Basics  of  Fire  Safety  and  the  cost  of fires
  • Four  steps to  a  successful  Fire  Risk Assessment
  • Methodology  and  checklist for  carrying  one  out
  • Checklists –  ignition  and  fuel  sources
  • Design  and  construction  requirements  for  exit  routes
  • Checklists:  Escape  Routes;  Lighting;  Stairways;  Emergency  Exits;  Escape  Doors;  Alarms  &  hardware
  • Firefighting  equipment  and  fixed  extinguishing  systems
  • Evacuation  Procedures
  • Workshop  – Theory  into  practice  –   Delegates  to  carry  out  an  inspection  and  Fire  Risk  Assessment

Module 2

Effective  Safety,  Fire  Prevention  and  Emergency  Planning  Programme

Fire  prevention  policy:

Portable  Fire  Extinguishers  (PFE)

Class  of fire

Class  Discussion  on  use  and  limitations  of  PFE  followed  by  PFE  Quiz

Fire  Protection  and  Fire  Prevention  Measures

Safety  and  your  emergency  action  plan/s

Information  gathering  and  processing  of  plans

Consider  by function,  the  personnel  involved  in  the  planning  process

Twelve  emergency  planning  steps  &  Roles  and  Responsibilities

Workshop  – Theory  into  practice  –  Delegates  to  compile  an  Evacuation  Plan

Conducting  a  Training  Needs  Analysis  and  the  Identification  of  roles – Fire  Wardens,  Incident  Controllers,  others?

Case  Study

Module 3

Communications,  Emergency  and  Evacuation  Drills  and  Exercises

Guidance  on  developing  fire  training,  drills  and  exercises;

Exercise  design  formula

Learning  from  evacuation  drills  &  fire-fighting  exercises

Feedback for  future  assessments,  emergency  action  plans  &  procedures;

Checklists  for  a  prolonged  incident  involving  an  evacuation

Emergency  Centres,  Staffing,  facilities  and  reporting  facilities

Alerting  and  Warning,  Communicating  with  staff,  neighbours  or  public

Communications,  Public/media,  maintain  continuity  flow  of  information

Reputation  Management

Case  Study

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