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Common faults - Fire safety management:

Common faults found are:

  • Combustible items left in protected routes
  • Locked exits
  • Fire doors wedged open
  • Exits obstructed by stored goods
  • Faulty fire doors, for example large gaps between double doors
  • Insufficient staff training so that the staff are uncertain of what their actions should be in an evacuation
  • Fire alarm and emergency lighting system not routinely tested by the staff

 

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