Welcome to the Winning Safety, Building Fire Safety Health Check. We have designed this short self-help list to assist you with identifying any deficiencies your business may have and assist you to understand Building Fire Safety. This assessment will only take a minute but may save you a lot more.
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(Fire extinguishers, hose reels, hydrants, EWIS,
WIP, MCP, Signage, etc)
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Evacuation coordinator procedures must include;
- Alerting & communicating with all persons in the building
- Arranging the safe evacuation of all persons including those with special needs from the building
- Checking that all persons have been evacuated
- Meeting Fire Officers attending the emergency.
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The plan must :
- Contain evacuation coordination procedures and evacuation diagrams for the building
- Be updated within 1 month
- Be reviewed at least annually
- Be coordinated with other occupiers and adjacent building occupiers.
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Evacuaiton signs:
- Must have a “you are here” position indicated
- Must be orientated to suit the “you are here” location
- Must Show all exits from the building
- Must Show the route to the nearest exit
- Must show the route from the exit to the Emergency Assembly area.
- Must indicate all the Fire Safety Installations in the building
- Must state the procedures for safely exiting a building
- A reasonable scale to be read in an emergency (A3)
- At least 1 Evacuation sign needs to be drawn up to be included with the Written Fire Evacuation Plan.
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- Must be completed annually
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- minimum 2 years
- Must keep a copy onsite and another copy offsite

Includes;
- Fire Safety Installation maintenance records
- Fire Evacuation Plans, Signs & Diagrams
- General Evacuation & First response training
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- must be given by an RTO or Fire Safety Adviser
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- must be given by an RTO or Fire Safety Adviser
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Instruction:
-must be provided to ALL wardens & the nominated evacuation coordinator.
- within 1 month prior to becoming a warden/evacuation coordinator
- must be given by an RTO or Fire Safety Adviser
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Evacuation drills
- must involve a reasonable number of staff
- be conducted at least annually
HIGH OCCUPANCY BUILDING & BUDGET ACCOMMODATION OCCUPIER ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
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High occupancy building are:
- a workplace of 30 or more workers (total workers)
- a class 2 or 3 building more than 25 meters high
- a class 2,3,5,6,7b,8,9a or 9b building which is a workplace
A Fire Safety Advisor
- Responsible for developing and modifying the Building fire safety plan, providing evacuation instructions.
- Doesn't have to be onsite or an employee
- Must have a BSA licence if they are a third party provider of fire protection services.