Fire Safety Management

  • Comprehensive fire risk assessments (Audit) including:


    life safety fire risk assessments to meet the requirements of current legislation             across India
    property protection assessments to reduce and manage the potential for extensive     property loss in the event of fire
    Extensive fire risk assessments addressing both life safety and property protection,     conducted in accordance with the appropriate standards and codes including             National Building code (Part 4) - Fire & Life Safety, NFPA (National Fire Protection     Association of USA).

    RA Methodology:


    Identify the fire hazards - Sources of fuel, oxygen and ignition.
    Identify people who might be at risk - People in premises, vulnerable people.
    Evaluate identity and implement the fire precautions that are required - Fire          prevention,Prevention of spread of smoke and flames, Fire detection and alarm,     Fire-fighting equipment, Means of escape, Signs and notices, Lighting.
    Record findings, plan and train - Emergency plan, Information and instruction,     Training.
    Review and revise the assessment as necessary
  • Fire Safety Training


    All employees in a workplace should be provided with basic information about fire     safety in general and the fire procedures in particular. This should be done at          induction and might be repeated periodically, or as the need arises.

    Information of fire procedures should also be provided to contractors and visitors,     perhaps through induction training programmes, or by providing written information.

  • Emergency Evacuation Training :


    Fire evacuation arrangements need to be tested by carrying out fire drills. NIST training approach on mock drill are as follows:

    Survey of the facility/plant by the experts and furnishing guidelines about the     requirement such as Escape route planning, Emergency Exits, Identifying Safe     Assembly Point, Checking Fire Alarm and Public Addressing System/Siren.

    Conducting Co-ordination meeting with ERT (Emergency Response Team) members     such as Evacuation, Fire Fighting, First Aid, Salvage, Communication and Rescue     Team Members.

    Conducting Evacuation/ Mock Drill and giving highly motivational and emotional     awareness talk to the assembled people. Showing various simple rescue          techniques and First Aid ideas by using volunteers out of the assembled crowd.

    Basic Do's and Don'ts about Evacuation.

    Familiarizing ERM (Emergency Response Manual) to the Emergency Response           Team Members.

    Submitting report and certificate as a proof for having conducted the Evacuation     Drill.