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Fire Action

Printed notices stating what to do in the event of discovering a fire or hearing the fire alarm should be posted in conspicuous positions around the building (placing a copy on the notice boards).
Example notice;

If you discover a fire

  • Sound the alarm immediately.
  • Dial 999 to call the fire brigade.
  • If possible tackle the fire using the appliances provided but do not endanger yourself or others doing so.
If you hear the fire alarm
  • Leave the building by the nearest exit.
  • Close all doors behind you.
  • Report to the person in charge at the assembly point for roll call.
  • DO NOT STOP TO COLLECT PERSONAL BELONGINGS.
  • DO NOT USE THE LIFT.
  • NEVER REENTER THE BUILDING UNLESS AUTHORISED TO DO SO.
  • DO NOT TAKE RISKS.


Tags
Fire Action, Fire Safety Procedure