General Profile

Site Details

CRI Property Reference No. (NO,SW,SO,LO)

Project Code

Service

Address

Responsible Person

Responsible Person Job Title

Contact Telephone No.

Assessors Name

Assessment Date
Premise Photo

Site Description, e.g. Building construction, (internal &external) including type of roof and any out buildings.

Main Building Profile Information
Primary use of Building
Revisit Cycle

Floor Area of Building (SqM)

Floor Area Assessed (SqM)

Number of Floors (Enter No.)

Number of Floors Occupied (Enter No.)

Is CRI the Landlord?

Landlord details

Multiple Building Occupants

Total Number of Staff On-site (Enter No.)

Occupants with Disabilities (Enter No.)

Sleeping Occupants (Enter No.)

Floors Accessed by Public (Enter No.)

Total Occupancy (Enter No.)

Fire Safety Related Profile Information

Fire Safety Related Profile information

Outstanding Enforcement Notice

Emergency Plan in Place

Emergency Action Plan
Alarm Type

Previous History Of Fire (Last 12 Months)

Incident

Floor

Room/ Area

Reason for Incident

Person Injured as a Result of Fire

Additional Information

Auditors Additional Information (Fire)

Inaccessible Areas

Inaccessible Areas

Area

Floor

Room/ Area

Reasons for No Access

Mitigation Information

Indicate the Location of:

Mains Electrical intake

Floor

Room

Main Gas Intake

Floor

Room

Fire Alarm Indicator Panel

Floor

Room

Nature and Location of Hazardous Process/ Contents

Hazardous Process/ Content

Process/ Content

Floor

Room

Nature and Location of Hazards in Construction

Hazards in Construction

Hazard

Hazard

Floor

Room

Nature and Location of any Business Critical Areas

Business Critical Area

Area

Area

Floor

Room

Fire Fighting Shafts and Risers

Emergency Access for fire Service Vehicles

Location of Fire Hydrants

Location of Nearest Open Water Source

Log Book

Cyclical Tasks

Electrical Wiring Tests

Date

Have Fire Detection and Alarm weekly tests been carried out?

Date

Emergency Lighting

Date

2 Year PAT Testing

Date

Heating Systems

Date

Fire Drill

Date

Have monthly Premises Inspections been carried out?

Date of last inspection

Add Building Specific Item

Building Specific
Inspection Type

Cyclical Task

Has the Cyclical Task been completed

Date

Recommendation

Management

Management Responsibilities

If all foregoing elements are followed the fire safety provisions are likely to be such that in the event of fire, the occupants of the building will be able to reach a place of safety. However, these fire safety provisions can be seriously compromised by a lack of fire safety managment.

1.1 Are management and staff fully aware of the fire safety features of the premises in compliance with relevant guidance, or is their knowledge at a satisfactory level?

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

1.2 Have staff received fire awareness training in compliance with relevant guidance, or otherwise adequate training?

Concern

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

1.3 Have monthly Premises Inspection been carried out, and is housekeeping at a good standard?

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

Hazards

Ignition Risks

Identification of hazards and their removal or effective control is an integral part of a fire risk assessment. Hazardous in this context are related to ignition sources and the presence of flammable, combustable and other dangerous materials as defined in the Chemicals (Hazard information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2002. List all items of concern.

2.1 List all ignition sources that are managed

Hazard/ Ignition Risk

Risk
Hazard/ Ignition Risk

Other Ignition Risk

Other Combustable Risk

Control Measure

2.2 List all ignition sources that are not managed

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

2.3 List all Flammable, Combustable and other dangerous substances that are managed

Hazard/ Ignition Risk

Risk
Hazard/ Ignition Risk

Other Ignition Risk

Other Combustable Risk

Control Measure

2.4 List all Flammable, Combustable and other dangerous substances that are not managed

Concern

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

Construction

Construction

Structural fire protection is intended to ensure that the building will not collapse prematurely in a fire and that the means of escape for the occupants can be utilized without undue risk. It will not, however, necessarily avoid the material loss of the property. The structural protection is also intended to reduce the potential of fire spread from one building to another. List any concerns you have with elements of structure within this premises

3.1 Are the fire resisting separating floors and or walls of the building compliant with relevant guidance or otherwise in a satisfactory condition?

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

3.2 Are shafts for lifts enclosed with fire resisting construction in compliance with relevant guidance or otherwise satisfactory?

Concern

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

3.3 Are shafts for hoists and services enclosed within fire resisting construction, in compliance with relevant guidance, or otherwise satisfactory enclosed?

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

3.4 Is the surface spread of flam classification of materials used to line walls and other surfaces compliant with relevant guidance or acceptable?

Concern

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

3.5 Are areas of ancillary accommodation separated from the remaining of the building with fire resisting construction in compliance with relevant guidance, or in a satisfactory manner?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

3.6 Are cavity barriers provided in voids in compliance with relevant guidance, or is the provision in voids satisfactory?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

Means of Escape

Means of Escape

To facilitate escape it is necessary to ensure that protected escape routes are safeguarded against the ingress of smoke o regulate the distance people have to travel before they reach a storey exit or final exit. List any areas of concern.

4.1 Are the escape routes of such a number and so sited that the travel distance from any point to the nearest storey exit is compliant with relevant guidance or within acceptable limits?

Concern

Concern

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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.2 Is the number of escape routes from a room or storey complaint with relevant guidance or sufficient?

Concern

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.3 Is escape from inner rooms compliant with relevant guidance or otherwise satisfactory?

Concern

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.4 Are corridors compliant with relevant guidance, or provided with adequate fire resistance and/or other facilities to allow persons to reach a storey exit safely?

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.5 Is the means of escape from each occupancy compliant with relevant guidance or otherwise acceptable?

Concern

Concern

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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.6 Is the escape route across a flat roof complaint with relevant guidance or otherwise satisfactory?

Concern

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.7 Are accommodation stairways and or lifts sited in line with relevant guidance or satisfactory sited so that their position does no prejudice escape from upper floors?

Concern

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.8 Is the capacity of protected stairways compliant with relevant guidance, sufficient and do they offer suitable protection to ensure the safe escape of occupants?

Concern

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.9 Are external stairways and routes compliant with relevant guidance or otherwise satisfactory for use in case of emergency?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.10 Are arrangements made for the means of escape of disabled persons complaint with relevant guidance or otherwise acceptable?

Concern

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

4.11 Are engineered systems fully compliant with relevant standards, or otherwise suitable for their purpose and adequately maintained?

Concern

Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

Doors and Partitions

Doors and Partitions

Doors and partitions are one of the most important links in the chain of fire safety precautions. To ensure the safety of the occupants during escape, some doors and partitions may need to provide a degree of fire resistance.

5.1 Are fire resisting doorsets complaint with relevant guidance or otherwise installed and maintained to an acceptable standard?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

5.2 Are fire resisting partitions complaint with current guidance or otherwise satisfactory and installed/maintained to an appropriate standard?

Concern

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

5.3 Are doors on escape routes complaint with relevant guidance, or otherwise capable of being used effectively in an emergency?

Concern

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

Signs and Notices

Signs and Notices

Research into the public comprehension of the layout and ease of finding destinations in a building has revealed way-finding problems. Such confusion can jeopardise peoples' ability to escape in an emergency situation. Careful attention is needed in positioning, content and presentation of all safety signs.

6.1 is the provision of suitable signs and notices in compliance with relevant guidance, or otherwise acceptable?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

Fire Fighting Equipment

Fire Fighting Equipment

Portable and Fixed fire fighting equipment can be used to good effect if a fire is detected in the early stages. Early attack on the fire will inhibit its growth and so reduce life hazard and financial loss. List any concerns.

7.1 Is the provision etc of portable fire fighting equipment in accordance with relevant guidance, or satisfactory relevant to the risk at the premises?

Concern

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

7.2 Are fire suppression systems installed and maintained in compliance with current standards and/or appropriate, satisfactory installed and adequately maintained?

Concern
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Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

Fire Alarms

Fire Alarms

Irrespective of any other devices that may be installed in a building it is imperative that occupants are made aware of a fire as soon as practically possible. As well as providing this function an effective fire alarm system allows the occupier to make contact with the local fire brigade whilst the fire is still in its early stages. List any concerns.

8.1 Is the fire alarm system compliant with relevant standards, or otherwise suitable for the risk, and appropriately installed and maintained?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

8.2 Is the fire alarm system maintained, tested and records kept, in compliance with relevant guidance, or to an otherwise acceptable level?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

Lighting

Lighting

The premises must be provided with sufficient general lighting to ensure the occupants can utilize escape routes safely in an emergency. If the supply of normal lighting fails emergency lighting may also be required. this form of lighting will also indicate escape routes to allow safe movement towards and through exits as well as ensuring that fire alarm call points and fire fighting equipment can be readily located. list any concerns.

9.1 Has the building sufficient general lighting, in compliance with relevant guidance or is lighting satisfactory for purpose?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

9.2 Is the building protected by an emergency lighting system, compliant with relevant guidance, or otherwise acceptable?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

9.3 Is the emergency lighting system maintained and tested in accordance with relevant guidance or otherwise satisfactory?

Concern
Select Concern

Cause for Concern

Recommendation

Evidence if appropriate

Location

Risk Rating

Risk Rating

Risk Rating

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On Site Representative
Auditors Signature
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.