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Action in the Event of Fire

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Fully revised and updated, the video describes the proper sequence of actions to take should a fire break out in the workplace: 1. Raise the alarm 2. Call the fire and rescue service 3. Evacuate the building 4. Fight the fire if it is safe to do so and you are trained The programme describes a typical scenario, highlighting the difference that fire safety training can make to staff reactions when confronted with the outbreak of fire. It also outlines the main requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and identifies typical hazards that might be found in the workplace, advising on preventative measures. Running time: 11 minutes Published 2012

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Fully revised and updated, the video describes the proper sequence of actions to take should a fire break out in the workplace: 1. Raise the alarm 2. Call the fire and rescue service 3. Evacuate the building 4. Fight the fire if it is safe to do so and you are trained The programme describes a typical scenario, highlighting the difference that fire safety training can make to staff reactions when confronted with the outbreak of fire. It also outlines the main requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and identifies typical hazards that might be found in the workplace, advising on preventative measures. Running time: 11 minutes Published 2012

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