Fire risk assessment is the process of identifying and assessing fire risks and hazards. Records the risks or dangers identified in this assessment. Based on the results of a fire risk assessment, plans to mitigate, control, and eliminate risks should be implemented wherever reasonably possible.
Information about fire risk assessment service
Over 90% of the fires in the Irish workplace are due to human error. Moreover, according to a recent survey, up to 80% of all companies in a major fire will never restart. Fires can destroy life, businesses, and even communities.
In accordance with the 2005 Safety, Health, and Welfare at Work Act, employers are required to perform risk assessments, including fire risk assessments. The Irish Health and Safety Administration (HSA) described the risk assessment as “a written document recording a three-step process: identification of workplace hazards under the control of the user. These hazards should be identified before these hazards are identified. Establish controls to reduce the risk of harm. ”
Who is responsible for the fire risk assessment?
If you are a business owner, you are responsible for fire safety. You can designate another person as the “responsible person,” but you are ultimately responsible.
One of your duties as a person in charge is to conduct a fire risk assessment of the building and review it regularly. This is essential for fire protection and the safety of people. A general risk assessment can include a fire risk assessment. Based on the findings, measures should be taken to minimize the risk of injury and death.
benefits of a fire risk assessment
Specific benefits of a fire risk assessment include additional protection of human life, peace of mind, and recognition of legal/immediate compliance with fire safety during the assessment.
Fire Training Courses
ADSC Limited is also leading educational providers of fire training courses throughout Ireland especially in Dublin City, Our fire safety and protection training courses will provide students with the skills and knowledge required for different jobs in the fire fighting industry fire safety.
They will also allow fighting fires efficiently. Basic fire safety is essential to protect lives in your building and it is a requirement that you know the facts of the fire in the workplace.
We provide different types of fire safety courses, from general fire training to fire evacuation training. Knowing which fire protection training course to select is obviously difficult, ADSC has the best variety of courses for you and your organization.
ASDC offer fire training courses for professions such as Fire Awareness Training Course, Fire Warden Training, Fire Manager Training Course, Fire Drill Training Course, Fire Watch Awareness Training Course
The objective of the course
- Help candidates better identify and address fire hazards in the workplace.
- Allows personnel to comply with the requirements of the current Fire Services Act 1981 and 2003.
- Understand the risks and risks associated with workplace fires.
- Know who the designated fire brigade is.
- Understand the importance of prompt and safe evacuation from the workplace.
- Understand how and why a fire occurs.
- Learn how to use fire alarm systems and controls. Know the location of the escape route.