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Fire Warden Legal Requirements: A Guide

In order to fulfil your legal responsibilities for fire safety in the workplace, it is essential for your company to appoint an appropriate number of fire wardens to oversee all aspects of fire risk assessment and prevention.Ensuring that everyone on site knows what to do in case of a fire, and the steps that must be taken to prevent fires, is a key legal requirement for every business owner. Having a designated responsible person to implement these measures is therefore essential.

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What to do in the Event of a Fire at Work: Giving Your Staff the Information They Need

Having a fire safety action plan in place is essential, and regular practice of said plan may alleviate a lot of the stress regarding fire incidents in the workplace, but neither will allow you to fully understand the stress you may face if a fire does break out. Fires are scary and can cause serious harm and even death if not dealt with properly, so conducting yourself properly and acting responsibly during an emergency are essential.

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What Fire Safety Measures are Legally Required for Your Workplace?

Fire hazards can come in many forms, and companies are required to look after their premises, employees and clients that may be in the building. Fire prevention and safety measures should be accessible and in abundance, allowing for the swift combatting of fire, or the safe evacuation of a building. Employers should ensure that everyone who may be affected is fully aware of what to do in case of a fire emergency, and that equipment and exits are properly labelled.

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Do You Know Your Construction Site Health and Safety Signs?

Construction site health and safety signs are a legal requirement to maintain the health and safety of employees. Each sign has a different meaning and can tell employees not to enter an area, warn them of possible dangers, or let them know of a mandatory requirement. Employers and employees must understand these signs, to minimise risk and prevent workplace accidents.

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