11 October 2021
To comply with the Fire Safety Regulations 1981-2003, every building must have a Fire Register in place to record all matters relating to fire safety within each building
The following documentation should be maintained in the fire register:
- Names of Fire Marshals
- Certificates of fire safety training completed by
- Records of fire safety
- Fire alarm deactivation log
- Fire Extinguisher Inventory
- Emergency evacuation records and any other supporting
- Dockets and certificates relating to the maintenance of fire extinguishers, emergency lighting, fire hydrants and fire
- Plans of the building, fire alarm and emergency lighting
Safe Working Guidelines – Fire Prevention
All occupants and employees are required to maintain a high standard of housekeeping. All materials and equipment should be maintained within their designated storage area / location, waste must be removed regularly, and dust should be removed from the vents of equipment to prevent overheating.
- Never block a fire exit, escape route, fire extinguisher or fire alarm call
- Always report any fire hazards to the Facilities Manager, for example, visible signs of overheating on plugs.
- Never overload sockets or use damaged electrical
- Personal electrical equipment should not be used unless it has been PAT
- Minimum amounts of flammable materials should be stored. Highly flammable materials should not be purchased unless absolutely
- Follow all emergency
- All hot-works must be controlled by the Permit to Work
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