CIL Provides Accredited Fire Safety Inspection services inPalwal, Haryana, India. CiL is an ISO 17020 accredited agency for 'fire safetyinspection / fire safety audit'.
What is a Fire Safety Audit?
In simplest terms, a Fire Safety Audit checks that thebuilding matches the Approved Building Design. It s an annual inspection andreview of Fire Safety Measures and is part of the Essential Safety Measures(ESM) requirement for the building. It includes a review of the building andrelated documentation such as equipment test reports, training procedures,block plans etc. A registered Fire Safety Engineer conducts the Fire SafetyAudit in accordance with the BCA and the Australian Standards.
When Do I Need a Fire Safety Audit? Annual with the ESM it sthe Regulation. When there is a notable problem in one of the fire safetysystems. When your Fire Safety needs have changed. When you want to upgrade,consolidate Fire Safety.
What are the Essential Safety Measures (ESM)?
The required maintenance is detailed in the Approved Designand Occupancy Permit. They include a lot more than Fire Safety. The EssentialFire Safety Measures related to the Performance Solution includes, Passiveessential fire safety measure includes, Any wall, floor or ceiling required tobe fire rated. The junction of fire-rated elements. Penetration thoughfire-rate structures, such as pipes, cables and fire doors. Regularity of firesafety audits, Fire safety audits are intended to be dynamic and should takeinto account change. It is advisable to conduct audits in case of significantchanges in the workplace. As such, you should the process should be carried outin the event of the following. Changes to the workplace layout or structure ofthe building. An increase in the number of people in the building. A fireincident or accident. Hazardous substance storage is introduced or changed.Changes to equipment and machinery. An employee with a disability is hired.Fire safety risk assessments should be conducted in all areas of your businesspremises and all potential hazards should be noted and documented. Appropriatemeasures should then be taken to reduce the risk of fire and injuries. Fire canhave disastrous consequences to businesses and it may take years for you torecover from such an incident. This makes fire safety audits to be of paramountimportance. To ensure the correct fire safety and security measures are taken,it is advisable to contact a secretary or fire safety specialist. The mainfocus of these fire safety audits is, Identify and control ignition sources inareas where flammable chemicals are stored, processed, transferred. Evaluatechemical compatibility of storage areas and recommend appropriate measures toreduce fire damage. Check electrical hazards that may cause a fire. Evaluatefire detection measures taken and recommend appropriate improvements. Verifyvarious active (fire hydrants, sprinklers, portable fire extinguishers) andpassive fire protection measures requirements for storage and handling ofchemicals and recommend improvements where needed. Verify fire alarm systemsand emergency fire protection systems in plants. Review contractor safetyawareness (chemical spills, fire protection, emergency communications,knowledge of plant hazards, and safety regulations) and recommend appropriateimprovements to improve contractor safety. Benefits of Our Fire Safety Audit.Find out your current compliance with applicable fire safety regulations. Ourinspections are based on the NBC of India. Upon completion of the fire safetyinspection, you will receive a detailed fire safety audit/inspection report.This will help you determine the need for the repair or replacement of firesafety equipment. THIS CAN INCLUDE, Evidence that fire prevention systems(alarms, sprinklers etc.) have had tests. Records of fire drills and stafftraining. A fire risk assessment. List of possible and known dangeroussubstances on the premises. Details of protocol for evacuation in the event ofa fire written in a document. A fire safety audit is a tool for assessing thefire safety standards of an organization or building. A comprehensive firesafety audit examines the inherent fire risks of daily operations andrecommends measures to reduce potential fire risks. CDG (India) conducts firesafety audits for all types of buildings and industries, including hotels,hospitals, homes, schools, manufacturing plants, chemical plants, power plants,FMCG companies, foundries, mines, etc. The occurrence of fire has the potentialto cause serious damage to life and property. A fire safety audit is the mosteffective tool to assess the fire safety standards of your facility
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