What is a Fire Safety Audit?
A fire safety audit involves a detailed and systematic audit of all the fire safety controls, policies, procedures and fire safety training within an organisation. By conducting fire a safety audit it allows for detailed drawings and schematics to be produced.
What’s Involved in a Fire Safety Audit?
To give you an idea of what is involved in conducting a fire safety audit at your premises we have listed a few bullet points below:
- Review fire routes and interiors in accordance with the New Approved Document ‘B’ Fire Safety
- Review all current fire control measures in place including: Fire Routes, Fire Safety Signage, Fire Extinguishers, Emergency Lighting, Fire Alarm Systems.
- Review all documentation including Fire Certificate, Policies and Procedures, Maintenance Records, PPM Records
- Produced detailed drawings of the premises and plot all current Fire Controls
- Provide a detailed Action Plan to address all non compliances
- Produce a Draft Emergency Plan for the clients premises
On completion of a fire safety audit, the fire safety consultant who has conducted the audit would meet with you to discuss the findings and explain practical methods of reducing fire risk to an acceptable level.
Fire Safety Training Courses
- NEBOSH Fire Certificate
- CIEH Level 1 Principles of Fire Safety Awareness
- Highfield Fire Safety Level 2