FIRE SAFETY PLAN AND FIRE EMERGENCY DRILL
DISS can support in the development of a customized fire safety plan and the conduct of fire emergency drill.
The purpose of a Fire Safety Plan is to enhance and maintain the safety of a licensee’s operation with respect to potential fire threats by assessing a site for fire risks, developing measures to address potential fire issues, and formalizing responses to fire-related incidents. Benefits of Implementing a Fire Safety Plan is to reduce the incidence of fire through awareness, prevention, and training. Promotes fire hazard identification and elimination; Promotes employee safety and awareness; Increases employee morale by allaying safety concerns; Coordinates business and fire department resources during a fire emergency.
The purpose of Fire Emergency Drill in buildings is to ensure that everyone knows how to exit safely as quickly as possible, if a fire, smoke, carbon monoxide or other emergency occurs and to familiarize building occupants with the sound of the fire alarm. In most cases, the building’s existing fire alarm system is activated, and the building is evacuated by means of the nearest available exit as if an emergency had actually occurred. Fire drill procedures may vary depending on the building type, such as hospitals or high rise buildings, where occupants may be relocated within the building as opposed to evacuating the building. Generally, the evacuation is timed to ensure that it is fast enough, and problems with the emergency system or evacuation procedures are identified to be remedied
- Real estate
- Operational plants and factories
- Public buildings, government
- HSE Manager,
- Operations Manager
Importance & Benefits:
- Legal requirement (QCDD)
- Emergency preparedness
- Health and Safety initiative