Example Fire Risk Assessment Report
You can download FREE Fire Risk Assessment templates & forms from many places, but templates alone will not streamline your fire safety business!
What you really need is a complete system, full of pre-loaded action recommendations, that can produce a fire safety report more or less instantly.
With this fire safety software and mobile checklist app, you can produce professional fire risk assessment reports from fire safety data filled out on site.
You have nothing to set up; the fire risk template is already setup for you. You simply follow through the statements of compliance using your expertise as an inspector on-site.
If you need to, you can modify the checklists of actions and modify the report as well.
Streamline Your Fire Risk Assessments With This Software
Use this risk assessment template to identify and control risks in the workplace. It involves a systematic examination of a workplace to identify hazards, assess injury severity and likelihood and implement control measures to reduce risks.
With this fire risk assessment software and mobile template, you can produce professional reports from fire safety data filled out on site. You simply choose actions and recommendations from a series of detailed context-sensitive checklists.
Download and try the free mobile app. Then with a subscription you can generate your PDF template report with the desktop software.
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Example Fire Risk Assessment Report
Take the laborious work out of hand crafting FRA assessment reports from photographs, dictation and paper checklists.
The PAS79 Fire Risk Assessment guidance, published by the British Standards Institution, is longwinded and hard to follow. You certainly need a software tool to carry out PAS79 Fire Safety inspections efficiently.
This Fire Risk Assessment template enables you to carry out fast mobile inspections on-site using the easy-to-use app for tablets or phones. The template is based on the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Fire risk assessments must be carried out by a responsible person in any business or community setting.
The five steps to carrying out a fire safety assessment are listed below.
PAS 79 sets out one way to carry out a fire risk assessment. It is intended to be used to produce a simple qualitative assessment of the risk from fire. It is particularly aimed at surveyors/inspectors providing a service to other organisations.
This strategy is appropriate for many types of care home, normally small premises where residents can escape quickly and immediately to a place of total safety in open air and where it may be expected that all people inside are able to (and will) evacuate quickly to outside the building to a place of total safety.
This strategy may also be appropriate in more complex premises for visitors, wakeful mobile residents in day rooms and ancillary staff not required to assist with the evacuation of other residents.
Delayed evacuation is where occupants remain in their fire-protected rooms or refuges until the danger has passed or until they can be taken to a place of total safety. It is particularly relevant to premises providing residential care facilities. Some residents may be permanently or temporarily confined to bed, or attached to equipment or treatment devices, or they may be breathing oxygen-enhanced air.
Progressive horizontal evacuation techniques allow the evacuation to be made by horizontal escape to adjoining fire compartments. The aim is to provide a place of 'reasonable safety' within a short distance. This system is necessary where visitors or, for example, residents in a residential care home are dependent on staff to assist their escape and is commonly used in hospitals as their primary evacuation method, particularly where patients must remain in bed.
Phased evacuation is a system of evacuation in which different parts of the premises are evacuated in a controlled sequence of phases, those parts of the premises expected to be at greatest risk being evacuated first.
Two-Stage Evacuation provides an alarm to staff, which allows for the incident to be investigated before a full evacuation takes place. It is dependent on having an addressable fire alarm system which will indicate at the panel where the alarm has originated from. If a fire is discovered or there is no obvious indication of a cause for a false alarm, a second alarm is activated and the remainder of the building must be totally evacuated. This may be used in shops or nightclubs.
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