• 1. Are all applicable legal requirements identified, maintained and complied with?

  • 2. Has a documented risk assessment of the workplace to identify potential fire hazards and necessary controls been carried out?

  • 3. Has a Fire Emergency and Evacuation Plan been established to describe prevention controls and response procedures to be performed in the event of a fire?

  • 4. Are annual fire drills conducted?

  • 5. Is signage provided and understandable to all personnel in the facility to identify the location of emergency exit routes, emergency exits and fire control equipment?

  • 6. Are clear rules controlling smoking on site established and communicated?

  • 7. Is the accumulation of potentially combustible dusts prevented?

  • 8. Are flammable and combustible materials stored externally stored so as to minimize the fire risk?

  • 9. Are pallets and other combustible materials stored externally so as to minimize the fire risk?

  • 10. Are adequate evacuation routes and fire exits provided?

  • 11. Are fire detection and alarm systems to alert personnel of the need to evacuate and/or respond provided?

  • 12. Are infrastructure fire control elements as determined necessary for life safety purposes by local and Company requirements, and the site's fire risk assessment provided?

  • 13. Are fire extinguishers and other fire control equipment as specified by local and Company requirements and the site's fire risk assessment provided?

  • 14. Has a maintenance and inspection program for fire protection system and fire control equipment been implemented?

  • 15. Are employees and other affected personnel adequately trained to perform their roles and responsibilities with regard to fire control, emergency response and evacuation?

  • 16. If the facility chooses to implement a fire brigade, are the members trained and equipped to safely perform their duties?

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