Fire safety Audit in Ludhiana
CIL Provides Accredited Fire Safety Audit in Ludhiana, Punjab india. CiL is an ISO 17020 accredited agency for 'fire safety inspection / fire safety audit'. Fire Safety audit is a systematic and independent evaluation of the fire risks present in the premises and involve recommendations about appropriate measures to control and mitigate the effects of fires. Applicable Standards: National Building Code 2005,IS Standards in Fire Safety, Organizations applicable for Fire Safety Audit: Industry bodies, Offices, Hotels, Corporate Houses. Methodology Adopted: Methodology of conducting the Fire Safety Audits involves the following: A walkthrough the concerned premises. Review of the layout and drawings. Review of the existing firefighting systems in the premises. Review of the training and awareness regarding availability and operations of the firefighting systems in and across the organization. Deliverables: Recommendations for corrective and preventive actions include: Updation of the fire safety risk management data base, Preparation of additional reports or relevant paperwork on the hazards detected, Benefits of the Audit: Fire Safety audits enable the organizations to address the issues by identifying the following: Identifying all significant fire hazards. Evaluation of the existing control measures. Determining the additional control measures required. Evaluation of the current fire detection and firefighting facilities. Testing of all fire safety equipment and precautions. Training and instruction to all occupants of premises about fire safety.2. A fire safety audit is an examination of the premises and relevant documents to ascertain how the premises are being managed with regards to fire safety. You will need to demonstrate to our officers that you have met the duties required by the Fire Safety Order. It is good practice to document your fire safety measures and during the audit our officers will request to see the following: Fire Risk Assessment. Action plans related to any significant findings of the fire risk assessment. Emergency plans for the premises (what to do in the event of a fire). Records of staff training and fire drills. Records of testing and maintenance for the fire alarm system. Records of testing and maintenance for the emergency lighting. Records of testing and maintenance of firefighting equipment (e.g. extinguishers). Fire Safety is one of the major aspects that is generally overlooked, or not given due significant importance in organizations / industries and processes. There have been numerous incidents where lack of awareness or ineffective fire control systems has resulted in major losses of human life and property. In the recent past, flash fires at offices and commercial complexes are on the rise. As an aftermath of fire incidents in occupancies like schools, marriage halls etc the state governments have requested the fire services officials to carry out fire audits. Considering the number of occupancies to be inspected and limitation in availability of fire service force some of the state governments have permitted external agencies to carry out fire (Safety) audits and submit reports to government for issuing no objection certificate. The fire audits for issuing no objection certificate needs to be based on National Building Code of India.
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