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Fire Advice and Fire Information from Means of Escape
 
The Means of Escape Publication offers advice and opinion on fire safety management, building components and all the fire safety arrangements need to comply with fire safety legislation. The Means of Escape advice will try to help and assist those that are nominated to be responsible for fire safety within the built environment
 
The Means of Escape has split the duties of those nominated as responsible into 6 main areas... Prevention, Escape, Confinement, Communication, Suppression and Contingency Planning. The Means of Escape advice and opinion will also cover important aspects of care for the environment, BS EN ISO 14001, Quality Assurance, BS EN ISO 9001 and embrace the rigours of the management principles outlined in OSHAS 18001

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  1. Fire extinguishers explained the uses and types of different extinguishers

    ... Every business in the UK is required to carry out a fire risk assessment, have appropriate fire extinguishers in place, and ensure regular servicing. It’s a simple ...

  2. Fire door bodies sound the alarm on fire safety law compliance

    ... gathering people's views and experiences of working with fire safety officers and local fire and rescue authorities where this affects the day-to-day running of ...

  3. 'Whodunnit?’ at the launch of the ASFP/FIS Fire Performance Labelling Scheme

    The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) and FIS , which represents the Finishes and Interior Sector, have launched a new Fire Performance Partition Labelling Scheme at Firex International 2016. ...

  4. ASFP highlights busy Autumn events schedule

    The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) will be taking part in a number of events this Autumn, ... latest in its programme of regional seminars and a number of fire and construction industry seminars and exhibitions. ...

  5. The benefits and pitfalls of fire risk assessment

    ... all aspects of the practise of both health and safety and fire safety. ...

  6. ICEL releases technical statement on Emergency Exit “Clear” Signs

    ICEL Technical Statement No. 1 - Emergency Exit “Clear” Signs

  7. Safety signs & Way Guidance

    BS EN ISO 7010 has now been published outlining the best practices for communicating safety messages and includes guidance on identifying firefighting equipment, including alarms.

  8. Fire Sector Federation releases Summary Report

    The Fire Sector Federation (FSF) has released a Summary Report which offers an introduction to the Fire Sector Federation, reviewing its history, structure and achievements to ... as well as examining how it can help in developing future fire policy. ...

  9. Are the signs right?

    Due to owner and management liability, clearly laid out in new safety legislation, the HSSA (Health and safety Signs Association) have realised the need for many organisations to revisit their safety communication systems. ...

  10. Fire Evacuation- Time to take it to the next level

    You will have trained your 'fire' marshals to evacuate occupants when the fire alarm sounds but how will you use your marshals in an unplanned event for ...

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