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Having the correct fire procedures to hand can assist you with quickly and efficiently in dealing with any emergency situation where the effects of fire are threatening you, your staff or your business.
Experiencing the effects of fire in the work place can place an intolerable strain on the most competent of employees and the comfort of relying on robust, dependable and relevant fire procedures can greatly aid and indeed change a potential disastrous situation.
Andrew Doyle Safety Consultants Limited have been constantly developing its resources in this specific arena, in terms of skills, abilities and personnel for many years and are here to assist you with your fire safety procedures by creating bespoke fire procedures tailored to your exact requirements.
We can also and audit existing Fire Procedures, outlining areas that could be improved upon, or if requested, develop new Fire Procedures. It is important to remember that when dealing with fire procedures then one size most certainly does not fit all. In fact, fire procedures should and must always be site specific.
Remember it is important to that all organisations regularly test their fire Procedures in action. This will allow you to check how effective the procedures are. Usually this can be undertaken as part of your Fire Drill which should take place twice annually. Furthermore, effective drills will enhance the level of confidence employees have in their place of work, allowing them to complete their daily tasks with the necessary assurance, certainty and conviction.
Please check out our Fire Drill consultancy service for further details.
We provide our Fire Procedure Consultancy service in Dublin city and county as well as further afield with our nationwide service available throughout Ireland.
We would welcome the opportunity to submit a proposal covering fire procedures service for your organisation.
Fire / Emergency Procedures exist to help the occupants deal with a fire or emergency in a planned, structured and cohesive way that optimises the safety of the building participants.
Yes Fire Safety Management is a clear legal requirement under the Fire Service Act 1981- 2003. The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act (Section 11) also specifically lists the requirement for emergency planning.
Fire / Emergency Procedures should be developed in conjunction with key stakeholders and persons who have familiarity with the building and its operation.
It is a good idea to review Fire / Emergency Procedures annually at the very least. They may have to be reviewed more frequently should the premises, operations or environment change.
We at ADSC Ireland have vast experience with developing Fire / Emergency Procedures and would be delighted to provide a quote. To enable us provide you with a quote please provide the following information.
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