You must provide an emergency plan. This will be specific to the premises and
will detail the pre-planned procedures in place for use in the event of a fire.
The emergency plan must be recorded where: The Fire Safety Order applies 9 See
This must (where appropriate) include the following features:
- Action to be taken on discovering a fire.
- Warning to be given if there is a fire.
- Calling the fire brigade.
- Evacuation of the premises including those particularly at risk.
- Power/process isolation.
- Places of assembly and roll call.
- Liaison with emergency services.
- Identification of key escape routes.
- The firefighting equipment provided.
- Specific responsibilities in the event of a fire.
- Training required.
- Provision of information to relevant persons.
- Remember to test your emergency plan by practising it and, if necessary,
discuss it with your local emergency services.