FIRE SAFETY

Contents

  1. Principles of fire initiation, classification, spread and legal requirement
  2. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO) – Requirements Outline
  3. PART General
  4. Part 1:  Fire Safety Duties
  5. PART 2:  Enforcement
  6. PART 3:  Offences
  7. Employees’ Capabilities
  8. Construction Design and Management Regulations
  9. Regulation : Emergency procedures
  10. Regulation : Emergency Routes and Exits
  11. Regulation : Fire Detection and Fire-Fighting
  12. Basic Principles of Fire
  13. Sources of Ignition
  14. Sources of Fuel
  15. Oxygen
  16. Classification of Fire
  17. Principles of Heat Transmission and Fire Spread
  18. Convection
  19. Conduction
  20. Radiation
  21. Direct Burning
  22. Fire and Smoke Spread in Buildings
  23. Common causes of fire and consequences Causes
  24. Consequences
  25. Fire Risk Assessment
  26. Stage – Identify Fire Hazards
  27. Stage – Identify Persons Who are at Significant Risk
  28. Stage – Evaluate and Reduce the Risks
  29. Evaluate the Risks
  30. Stage – The Findings (Always Recommended, see Stage – Review)
  31. Stage – Monitor and Review on a Regular Basis
  32. Structural Features
  33. Temporary Workplaces, Maintenance and Refurbishment
  34. Fire Plans
  35. Control Measures
  36. Storage
  37. Equipment and Machinery
  38. Dangerous substances Introduction
  39. Risk Assessment
  40. Substitution
  41. Control Measures
  42. Mitigation Measures
  43. Storage
  44. Flammable Gases
  45. Aerosols
  46. Principles of Fire Protection in Buildings
  47. Fire Loading
  48. Surface Spread of Fire
  49. Class : Materials suitable for circulation spaces and escape routes
  50. Class : Materials suitable for use in all rooms but not on escape routes
  51. Class : Materials suitable for use in rooms of less than m
  52. Fire Resistance of Structural Elements
  53. Insulating Materials
  54. Fire Compartmentation
  55. Electrical and Other Equipment in Potentially Flammable Atmospheres
  56. Fire Detection and Alarm Systems
  57. Extinguishing Media
  58. Advantages and Limitations of the Main Extinguishing Media
  59. Fire Fighting Equipment
  60. Areas of special risks involving the use of oil, fats or electrical equipment m
  61. Fixed Firefighting Equipment – Sprinklers
  62. Maintenance
  63. Means of Escape
  64. Doors
  65. Escape Routes and Travel Distances
  66. Table
  67. Signs
  68. Escape Times
  69. Evacuation Procedures and Emergency Plans Introduction
  70. Fire Routines and Fire Notices
  71. Supervisory Duties/Fire Marshals
  72. Assembly and Roll Call
  73. Fire Notices
  74. Fire Drills
  75. People with Special Needs General
  76. Special Needs, Fire Emergencies and Precautions
  77. Voice Alarms
  78. Building Plans and Specifications
  79. Fire Safety Risk Assessment
  80. How Could a Fire Start?
  81. What Could Burn?
  82. Check
  83. People at Risk People at Risk
  84. Check
  85. Evaluate and Act
  86. Remove and Reduce Risk
  87. Protect
  88. Check
  89. How can you make sure Everyone is Safe in Case of Fire?
  90. How will Everyone Escape?
  91. Record, Plan and Train Record
  92. Plan
  93. Train
  94. Check
  95. Review
  96. Have you
  97. Appendix : Example Form for Recording Significant Findings
  98. Appendix : Typical Fire Notice
  99. Appendix : Example fire safety maintenance checklist

 

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