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Emergency evacuation plans at care homes


Would you, your staff, residents and visitors know what to do when the fire alarm sounds?

Whilst we spend a lot of time with clients on fire prevention, having a well drilled team to deal with any emergency can be a matter of life and death. We can advise on all aspects of what to do in the event of a fire including staff training, evacuation plans, and how to minimise loss of property.

Two recent fires at care homes highlight the need to be confident under pressure. 

Stevenage and Pandy Tudur, near Llanwrst.

Ask us for help and advice with your fire risk assessment, fire alarm system, types of extinguisher required and where, signage, evacuation procedures, and staff training.


  • Date posted:
    15/02/2018
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