Emergency procedure plans should only be produced after a fire risk assessment has taken place. Your emergency procedures should be based on these findings. The document should be made readily available to staff, occupiers, visitors and enforcing authorities, and should be easy to understand.
RM Risk Management offers emergency procedures solutions to many different building and business types. No matter how complex the building is, we’re confident that our experts will deliver to the highest standard and offer guidance or explanation where necessary.
An emergency plan is only as successful as your occupants’ awareness of it, that’s why we understand the importance of regular testing and training.
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An emergency plan typically consists of the following:
The document should be made readily available to staff, occupiers, visitors and enforcing authorities to read. It is important that it is easy to understand.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states the responsible person is required to create a plan to deal with any emergency and, where necessary, record any findings.
It is a legal requirement to carry out a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment and action those findings accordingly. Usually the case will be that an emergency procedures document is produced off the back of the fire risk assessment.
Prices are dependent on the size and location of the building. We offer a discount to produce emergency procedures documents when ordered with a fire risk assessment.
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A PDF and Web report with recommendations
Fire Safety Management Software to assist in ongoing risk management
Support for each and every risk assessment
To assist in your understanding of health and safety requirements, we will identify hazards on site and, for each one, we will determine how well we believe you are currently complying with health and safety standards through observation, evaluation of documentation and discussion.
For quality assurance, RM has a two stage validation process for each and every audit that is published. First the report is verified by the assessor that carried out the assessment, and secondly the respective Department Head reviews and validates the report before publishing to the client.
To help you to actively manage your risks, RM publishes all of its assessment reports to the Health And Safety Advisory Database (HASAD) where, amongst other things, you will be able to view and download static and dynamic PDF reports. In addition, you can view and search risks according to the categorisation of Intolerable, Substantial and Moderate, or Monitor & Review with Traffic Light methodology.