Safety of people in the events of fire

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Safety of people in the events of fire by Mind Map: Safety of people in the events of fire

1. Contents of fire emergency plan

1.1. how people will be warned

1.2. what action people should take

1.3. action people should take in the event of fire

1.4. arrangements for calling the fire and rescue service

1.5. isolations

1.6. fire alarm activities

1.7. evacuation procedure

1.8. assembly points

1.9. fire-fighting arrangements

1.10. procedures for meeting the fire and rescue service on arrival

1.11. provision of information on the incident

1.12. vulnerable people and those with disabilities

2. Elements of an evacuation procedure

2.1. how people are warned

2.2. how the evacuation should proceed

2.3. arrangements for specially vulnerable people

2.4. arrangements for special groups of people

2.5. where people should assemble after evacuating from the building

2.6. how to ensure that everyone has been evacuated

2.7. how people are informed and trained

2.8. how to allocate responsibilities to individuals

3. types of evacuation

3.1. simultaneous evcuation

3.2. phased evacuation

3.3. vertical phased

3.4. horizontal phased

4. roll call system

4.1. gathering at an assembly point

5. fire warden system

5.1. the building being split into smaller areas

5.2. 'sweeping' their allocated area

5.3. reporting that their area is 'all clear'

6. evacuation of vulnerable people

6.1. personal trembler alarms

6.2. buddy system

6.3. visual alarms

6.4. tractile/braille

6.5. evacuation lifts

6.6. evacuation chairs

6.7. refuges

7. perception

7.1. gathering

7.2. filtering

7.3. interpreting

7.4. organising

7.5. making sense of sensory data

8. different forms of warning

8.1. bells, sirens, gongs

8.2. verbal

8.3. combined siren/verbal

8.4. strobe lights

8.5. information boards

9. fire safety training

9.1. what to do if there is a fire

9.2. how to evacuate the premises

10. patterns of exit choice

10.1. smoke obscuration

10.2. fire characteristics

10.3. familiarity with escape routes

10.4. personal characteristics

10.5. advice provided prior to the fire

10.6. lighting levels

10.7. role in occupancy

10.8. group dynamics

10.9. location and proximity to exit

10.10. information / communication on fire in progress

10.11. fire exit signs

11. crowd flow

11.1. physical design

11.2. presentation of clear messages