Workplace fire safety
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Prepare for the unexpected
Every business should have a Business Continuity Plan. No business is immune to the risks of disruption or disaster.
Small businesses need to have plans to prevent fires and to help their business recover should an unforeseen emergency occur.
Restaurants, cafes and other eating establishments are workplaces that are at a high risk from fire.
Incidents involving chemicals and fuels can result in explosions or fire, causing death or serious injury, as well as large scale damage to property and the surrounding environment. Learn about hazardous material safety at work
With proper use, a portable fire extinguisher will be able to reduce or eliminate injury, damage and cost to business in the event of a small fire. Learn about portable fire extinguishers
Making steel from recycled materials uses 75% less energy than when producing steel from raw materials. Learn about maintaining and recycling fire extinguishers.
Prepare in case of fire
If you see fire or smoke, do not panic or shout. Remain calm and remember RACE.
Evacuation is the rapid removal of people in a safe and orderly manner from immediate or threatened danger in a workplace.
Find out more about the Automatic Fire Alarm (AFA) system monitored by an Automatic Fire Alarm Service Provider (AFASP).