straight forward health and safty advice 
Fire can cause greater loss than any other reason Modern buildings contain multiple fire risks, so it is important to make sure that all the potential fire risks have been covered as a fire can grow extremely rapidly, and delay in reacting to it can be fatal. You must therefore, regard fire prevention and detection an important duty. Look out for potential fire hazards; extinguishers that have been tampered with, are part empty or empty, or which are overdue for a service check. Make sure that everyone knows the emergency procedures for your location, and that you know where the nearest fire fighting equipment is kept, as well as where the fire  assembly point is.  If you discover a fire or if you hear or see an alarm Do not attempt to tackle the fire Raise the alarm by the quickest practicable means Immediately leave by the nearest fire exit, shutting doors behind you - do not attempt to collect personal belongings Go to the evacuation assembly point and await instructions Do not re-enter the building until an authorised person tells you it is safe to do so On calling the Fire Brigade tell them the nature and extent of the fire, the address where the fire is, and which site entrance they should go to. Note the time the Fire Brigade were called and their time of arrival.  Meet the fire tender at the entrance to the site so that they gain immediate access, and then lead them to the fire. Give the Fire Brigade as much assistance as you can, while recognising their absolute authority to deal with the fire.
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