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There are 4 different classes of #fires, and they are designated by letters: A-B-C-D. Learn how to recognise them http://bit.ly/15rTt84

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WATCH  South Oxfordshrie district council building set on fire, a man has been arrested on suspicion of arson ! 

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Each building should have an evacuation plan. This is a requirement of the Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997. The plan should include the action to be taken by staff in the event of fire, the evacuation procedure and the arrangements for calling the Fire Brigade. The plan must also take into account that some evacuees might have mobility or other disabilities. Some users of the building may have already made their disabilities known.

REFUGES

An Evacuation Plan should state that lifts without an independent power supply (i.e. lifts which are not designated as evacuation lifts") should not be used in case of emergency. Evacuation of disabled people therefore depends on the use of "refuges" which are temporarily safe spaces for disabled persons to await assistance for their evacuation. Refuges are separated from a fire by fire-resisting construction and provided with a safe route to a staircase or other fire exit. An example of a suitable refuge is a landing at the top of a staircase that is large enough for a wheelchair user to wait without obstructing the route of escape for those people that can use the stairs unaided. Advice on the design of refuges is contained in British Standard 5588: Part 8 - Code of Practice for Means of Escape for Disabled People (published in 1999).

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Carbon Monoxide is the #silentkiller because the gas can’t been seen or smelled. Take action to stay safe from CO poisoning! http://ow.ly/GOrAh
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We all know this feeling! But it’s good to know that its working properly! remember its #testittuesday   #fire   #firesafety  
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A successful cyber attack could mean the end of your business. be sure you know how protect yourself from cyber attacks and keep your company safe by taking part in a BB7 course! #continuity   #firesafety

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#christmas  is a bright and magical time of year! Don’t get stuck in the dark !

L Markers are designed to identify the designated stairway escape route and the risks associated with stairway traffic and reduce liability by improving safety.

Read more about L markers by clicking the link! 

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