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Identify fire hazards:

In this part, the process appears to be concentrating on issues that can lead to fire but we have to remember to also consider the presence of a fire within the building as a hazard and we have to identify the worst possible locations for a fire.  The guidance does not make this second part clear but it must be done and, in fact, it is probably the most important part.

 

 

 

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