Premises Details

  • Name of Company:

    Crime Reduction Initiatives

  • Regional Office Address:

    2nd Floor, Duncan House, Duncan Street, Leeds. West Yorkshire. LS1 6DQ

  • Name of Fire Risk Assessor:

    Graham Turner

  • Position:

    Facilities Management
    North & Midlands Team Leader.
    B.A
    BIFM

  • Contact Number:

    Office:
    Mobile: 07889 075684

  • E-mail Address:

    graham.turner@cri.org.uk

  • Address of Premises Under Assessment:

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Details of Assessment:

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SECTION 1: IDENTIFY SOURCES OF IGNITION

  • 1: Smoking Materials:

  • 2: Naked Flame:

  • 3: Cooking Facilities:

  • 4: Machines:

  • 5: Plant - Lift:

  • 6: Plant - Boiler

  • 7: Plant - Air Conditioning:

  • 8: Plant - Ventilation Equipment:

  • 9: Plant - Other, (Please Specify)

  • 10: Extension Leads & Multipoint Adaptors:

  • 11: Portable Electrical Equipment:

  • 12: Heaters:

  • 13: Lighting Equipment:

  • 14: Hot Surfaces:

  • 15: Arson:

SECTION 2: IDENTIFY SOURCES OF FUEL

  • 1: Flammable Liquids, Solids and Chemicals:

  • 2: Flammable Gases:

  • 3: Paper and Card:

  • 4: Furniture, Fittings and Fixtures:

  • 5: Textiles:

  • 6: Packaging Materials:

  • 7: Waste Materials:

SECTION 3: PEOPLE AT RISK

  • 1: Do Employees Work in Areas of High Risk?

  • 2: Can Employees React Quickly to a Fire or Alarm?

  • 3: Do Employees Work Alone or in Remote Areas?

  • 4: Are all persons (e.g. visitors) made aware of emergency procedures?

  • 5: Can large numbers of people who are unfamiliar with the premises be present?

  • 6: Are any employees particularly at risk from the task they carry out?

  • 7: Are persons with special needs at risk?

SECTION 4: STRUCTURAL FEATURES THAT MAY ALLOW FIRE TO SPREAD

  • 1: Have all building alterations been approved by building control?

  • 2: Will any structural features allow rapid fire spread?

  • 3: Is there any potential for rapid heat spread?

  • 4: Are there any areas where smoke may travel?

  • 5: Are escape routes likely to be affected in the early stages of a fire?

  • 6: Are there any raised storage areas (mezzanine floors) and do they conform to standards?

  • 7: Is fire stopping satisfactory between compartments?

SECTION 5: MEANS OF ESCAPE

  • 1: Can all occupants easily escape from a fire?

  • 2: Are there any unacceptable "Dead End" situations?

  • 3: Can the premises be evacuated within 2 minutes?

  • 4: Do all escape routes lead to a place of safety?

  • 5: Are all escape routes free from combustible materials?

  • 6: Are all escape routes un-obstructed ?

  • 7: Are escape routes free from tripping hazards?

  • 8: Are steps and stairs in a good state of repair?

  • 9: Are escape corridors and stairs structurally protected?

  • 10: Are escape routes of sufficient width?

  • 11: Where required, do all doors open in the direction of escape?

  • 12: Are all doors easy to open without the use of a key?

  • 13: Are all self closing fire resistant doors functioning?

  • 14: Is general lighting on escape routes sufficient?

  • 15: Is escape / emergency lighting adequately protected?

  • 16: Are all escape routes adequately protected with pictograms?

  • 17: Are adequate escape provisions in place to deal with DDA?

SECTION 6: FIRE DETECTION AND WARNING SYSTEMS

  • 1: Are arrangements in place for detecting fire?

  • 2: Are there arrangements in place for giving a warning in a fire?

  • 3: Will the detection give sufficient warning in the event of a fire?

  • 4: Is automatic fire protection provided to protect people who may sleep at the premises?

  • 5: Is automatic fire detection provided in areas where a fire may develop in areas unnoticed?

  • 6: Is automatic fire detection provided to protect escape routes?

  • 7: If automatic fire detection is provided is it routed to a central alarm collector station or fire brigade?

  • 8: Is the fire warning signal audible or visual throughout the premises?

  • 9: If a fire warning system is installed is it maintained in accordance with current standards?

  • 10: Is Emergency Lighting maintained in accordance with current standards

SECTION 7: FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT

  • 1: Is suitable and sufficient fire fighting equipment provided?

  • 2: Is fire fighting equipment correctly sited?

  • 3: Is fire fighting equipment visible or signed?

  • 4: Are sufficient numbers of employees competent in the use of fire-fighting equipment?

  • 5: Are any part of the premises protected by water sprinkling systems?

  • 6: Are there any other fire suppression systems installed?

  • 7: Is all fire-fighting equipment properly maintained?

SECTION 8: FIRE EMERGENCY PLAN AND TRAINING

  • 1: Is there a comprehensive fire emergency plan?

  • 2: Are the staff aware of what action to take in the event of a fire?

  • 3: Are the staff trained in fire evacuation?

  • 4: Is there an established muster point?

  • 5: Are there proper arrangements for calling the Fire Brigade?

  • 6: Have arrangements been made to liaise with the emergency services if a fire occurs?

  • 7: Has information been provided in terms of any special fire or rescue risks?

  • 8: Is training carried out in fire routine and fire emergency plan?

  • 9: Do all staff receive induction training in fire safety procedures?

  • 10: Are procedures in place to control any changes or the hazards into the workplace?

SIGNIFICANT FINDINGS

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This Fire Risk Assessment document must be reviewed on a sixth monthly basis as per CRI policy using the review form. It must also be reviewed whenever any material changes take place in the workplace or where there has been a significant development in service delivery.

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