Clipfine provides fire managers to implement risk assessments and measures to minimise hazards and fully conform to Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (FSO).
We identify means of escape, establish warnings and provide training in firefighting, with extinguishers at all fire points.
Our fire managers undertake a five-step method in carrying out a fire risk assessment:
- Identify hazards: consider how a fire could start and what could burn
- Identify people at risk: employees, contractors, visitors
- Evaluation and action: considering hazards and people, act to remove and reduce risk to protect people and premises
- Record, plan and train: keep a record of risks and action taken; make a clear plan for fire safety and ensure people fully understand it
- Review: monitor assessment regularly, keeping plans relevant to any changes.
Our fire managers establish distinctive, audible alarm systems, temporary or permanent, to alert people of fire. These can include klaxons, air horns or whistles, depending on the size and complexity of the site.
Clipfine provides fire marshals and training to ensure walkways are free from obstruction, signage is clear and any potential fire hazards are identified and promptly dealt with.