16 August 2017
Although we hope you never need it, a well-structured, communicated and documented fire evacuation plan is an important part of any business’ set-up.
Not only is it required under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, but it helps to formulate a clear chain of command within your workforce too.
Remember, to aid a seamless evacuation process, it’s essential to ensure your employees fully understand their roles and responsibilities – should the worst happen.
If your business is missing a fire evacuation plan, or if you think there’s room for improvement within your current one, then don’t go anywhere. We’ve put together 10 stages for you to consider to make sure your plan’s watertight:
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