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Fire Safety Plan Training

2012-2013 Fire Safety Plan Training
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Shin Yuki

on 19 September 2016

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Transcript of Fire Safety Plan Training

Office Floor Plan
Introduction
Fire Emergency Procedure
For all staff in general
Fire Drill & Fire Watch
Conclusion - Q&A
Prevention is Key!
Fire Safety Training
1) Introduction

2) Review Floor Plan

3) Fire Extinguisher Usage

4) Go over Fire Emergency Procedure

5) Go over Fire Drill & Fire Watch Procedure

6) Q & A
If you discover a fire
1.Tell everyone in the immediate area to leave

2.Pull the fire alarm nearest you and yell “Fire”

3.If safe to do so, turn off running equipment

4.Close all doors, including fire doors, behind you.

5.Leave the building with your guest (if you have any)
using the nearest safe exist.

6.Call the Brampton Fire and Emergency Service when you are safe. (905-456-5788)

7.Dial 9-1-1. Never assume that this has been done.

8.Give the correct address and location of the fire and your name

9.Report to the designated Assembly area (South east corner of head office parking lot for Head Office Staff, mid-west restaurant parking lot for Garden staff, West Parking lot for Restaurant staff)

10.Do not return until it is declared safe to do so by a fire official from Brampton Fire and Emergency Services
If you hear the fire alarm
1.Cease all operation

2.If safe to do so, turn off running equipment, and switch off electrical appliances

3.Close all doors behind you when leaving the building

4.Leave building with your guest (if you have any) using the nearest safe exit

5.Report to the designated Assembly Area.

6.Do not return until it is declared safe to do so by a fire official from the Brampton Fire and Emergency Services
If you are trapped inside a room because of a fire and smoke outside
1.Call 9-1-1 and advise Brampton Emergency and fire Services about their whereabouts and the condition you are in.
2.Try your best to stay away from the smoke and wait for rescue
3.If there is an alternate way to escape such as a window near ground level, try to escape through the window opening
HEAD COUNT
To assist in a speedy head count line up single file in the assembly area in the parking lot with your department, do not wander around
Supervisor Staff
There will be 2 supervisor staff with employee lists. Each will be responsible for checking certain departments.

David – Executives, Admin/Finance, Marketing/Customer Service
Mike (backup)

Queenie –General Office, Site Ops, Garden
Eva (backup)
Prior fire department arrival
1.Have an employee list and pen handy for use when there is a fire alarm

2.Indicate on the list the reason an employee is missing behind the person’s name, a check mark for those that are here, and a circle on those people that are unaccounted for.

3.Tell people to evacuate the building

4.Check the washroom on the way out, David (male), Queenie (female) for anyone.

5.Meet outside at the assembly area and count the staff that are lined up that you are responsible for

6.Combine lists with the other Supervisor staff

7.Once all staff are accounted for hand the name list to the Fire Warden (Ellen)
Fire Warden
Prior fire department arrival
1.Call 911 and Call Brampton Fire and Emergency Services (905-456-5788) to give the correct address of the emergency if it is safe

2.Remain at the telephone to update the Brampton Fire and Emergency Service of the nature of the emergency, if safe to do so

3.Evacuate the building

4.Find out from one of the supervisor staff (David or Queenie, backup Mike or Eva) the status of the head count, once all staff are accounted for, take the list from them.

5.The Missing staff should be CIRCLED.

6.Report to Chief Fire Warden and give the name list to him
Chief Fire Warden
Prior fire department arrival
1. Get copy of Fire safety plan
2. Note the first location/zone of the fire alarm signal as shown on the Fire alarm annunciator panel if it is safe (check the annunciator panel in the Garden lobby wall for location of alarm)
3. Attempt to determine the nature of the occurrence by surveying the employees or patrons that have evacuated
4. Get the name list from the Fire Warden.
When the fire department arrives
Introduce yourself to the arriving fire fighters and provide an update to the fire officer in charge of the situation

a.Give them the name list

b.Include the location of the fire

c.What you know about the alarm

d.What you have done

e.And ask what other assistance you can offer

f.Give them the copy of the fire safety plan
After fire department gives ‘ok’ to go back in building
1.If safe, instruct everyone to go back to work
2.Reset the fire alarm system after being instructed to do so by the fire department
3.Have building owner and occupant information readily available
4.Ensure repairs are carried out as soon as possible
5.Assist with further investigations where necessary
1.Supervisor staff calls Monitoring services about fire drill also notify Brampton Fire and Emergency Services.

2.You will receive notification at least 48 hours in advance via email or notice in lunch room

3.All supervisory staff will be notified by the Chief fire warden the anticipated date and time of the fire drill and the scenario that will likely be taking place, to give everyone time to prepare and refresh themselves about procedures

4.Chief Fire Warden, Fire wardens, and supervisor staff will meet at 8:30am the day of the fire drill to discuss the confirmed fire scenario.

5.Activate fire alarm at 9:00am, via fire drill button on the fire panel.

6.Go through the emergency procedure.

7.After the drill when it is ok to go back in the building, everyone is asked to assemble in the board room to discuss the fire drill and note any deficiencies and improvements that can be made.
8. The fire plan staff should keep a record of the fire drill.

Fire Drill Procedure
Fire Watch Procedure
1. A Fire watch is conducted immediately within the building when the fire alarm system or sprinkler system is not working

2. Ellen will be designated to patrol at least once per hour on a 24 hour basis until the fire alarm or sprinkler system is restored to normal. (Eric is backup)

3. Fire Watch staff will be equipped with "bull horn", cell phone for 911 and Chief Fire Warden, and a flashlight.

4. Notify the Chief Fire Warden/ Insurance Company and Brampton Fire and Emergency Services upon the start of a Fire watch, and upon termination.

5. All areas will need to be patrolled and signed off on on the Fire Watch Log as Brampton Fire and Emergency Services will inspect this.
- Reminder to review your emergency fire procedures once a month.

- Proper response to a fire emergency is part of your job

- Keep some fire prevention tips/facts in mind

- Always keep in mind 2 exits for your home and in the office

- Prompt reporting of the fire is the most essential to the effective suppression of any fire situation
Fire Extinguisher Usage Video
If Zhu ge liang prays for an eastern wind
Are you ready?
Did you know?
Fire Prevention Facts/Tips from Fire Prevention Canada
Statistics Reveal that the most
common causes of fire are
- Leaving Candles Unattended
- Falling asleep while a candle is lit
- Using candles for light
- Candles located too close to burnable objects
- Candles knocked over by children, pets, or
sudden drafts
There are no legal standards or
regulations for candles. They are
also not tested for safety.
When purchasing a space heater,
be sure to choose one that automatically
shuts off if it falls over.
Place space heaters on flat, level surface, at least
one metre of space from things that can burn.

Avoid using an electrical heating device on a same
circuit with another high wattage appliance, like
a microwave or toaster oven.
Inspect the outlet, the plug, and the cord
for excessive heat.
For a real tree: Check the
freshness of the tree by pulling
the pine needles. Dry trees are a hazard.
Before leaving home or going to sleep, always unplug tree lights.
Use only non combustible materials to decorate your home or tree.
Never overload extension cords.
Never throw wrapping paper in a fire place, the rapid burning can generate sparks or ignite your chimney.
Alcohol and fire is a dangerous mix
keep an eye on anyone under
the influence of alcohol.
78 percent of deaths from fire occur at home during 2am - 4am
- The smoke is black and thick making it impossible to see
- There is no time for indecision, your home could be engulfed within 5 mins
- Most people are killed by the smoke inhalation (poisonous)
- If it is an intense heat fire, you can be killed instantly
Develop and Practice a Fire
Escape Plan
-Install smoke alarms, and maintain them
-Plan 2 exits for each room
-Sleep with doors closed
-Make sure your babysitter understands
your fire escape plan
-Call Fire department from a neighbor's
home
-Small children unable to escape should
be taught to open a window and
waive an article of clothing, they
should never hide from fire.
Another main of fires is Cooking Oil and Grease Fires, usually from pan frying, oven cooking or microwave
- Keep a pot cover nearby to smother a fire, do not add water to oil as it will make it worse.
- Never leave your cooking unattended
- Avoid loose long sleeves when cooking
Dryer Fires, Electrical Problems
- Lack of maintenance is the biggest issue with these
- Clean the lint from your dryer, and ducts
- Watch for flickering lights, sparks, warm electrical cords, bulb burnouts, or blown fuses
Safety Tips for around the Office
An office fire can be devastating, resulting in loss of life, business interruption or permanent closure, jobs, property and information. Offices are loaded with combustibles, carpeting, electrical microwaves, kettles, computers, paper, and other appliances. Not to mention our office is located on the 2nd floor with a full kitchen below us.
Keep exits clear of combustibles, ie. discarded paper and empty cartons

Provide adequate clearance and circulation of air between combustible materials and hot surfaces or heat sources such as copy machines, and computers

Unplug electrical appliances when not in use - coffee makers, kettles, space heaters

Keep fire doors closed.

Everyone be familiar with the fire emergency evacuation plan!
One of the major causes of home fires during winter is leaving candles unattended (candles burn up to 1400°C), heating appliances, and holiday trees
Merry Christmas little Jimmy?
Assembly Points
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