The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires you to have a detailed fire emergency evacuation plan. The plan should be in writing and detail the actions that employees should take if there is a fire. The evacuation plan should also include information on how to carry out calls to the fire and emergency services.
If you would like to find out more about any of Environtec’s services, please get in touch. With offices and laboratories across the UK, we can help you wherever you are located.
T: 01245 381900
To create your fire evacuation plan, our experienced fire consultants will inspect your workplace and address the specific fire safety needs of your business while considering any specific requirements for evacuating the elderly, the young and the disabled. Your plan will address the following points:
Who is designated to call fire and rescue service
Where firefighting equipment is located
How to alert building occupants to the fire
Where escape routes lead
Additional responsibilities for assigned people
Provisions for employees and / or visitors with special needs
The assembly location for evacuees
Where isolation points are located
Who has responsibility for turning off machinery or removing equipment
The recommended training needed to achieve the above
You will receive a written report containing a suitable and sufficient fire emergency evacuation plan specific to your premises and your business fire safety needs.
To find out more and how we can help, contact Environtec’s Fire Department today on 01245 381900.
Environtec Ltd is a UKAS accredited testing laboratory (No. 0197) and inspection body (No. 2030).
Our accreditation is limited to those activities described on our UKAS schedule of accreditation.