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Fire Marshal

A fire in the workplace can have devastating consequences for both employees and the business itself. It can cause death and injury to employees, damage equipment and building, interrupt the workflow and result in costly downtime.

While no one likes to think about the possibility of a fire in the workplace, it's important to be prepared. The workplace should have an emergency action plan that outlines the procedures to be followed by employees and employers in the event of a fire. This plan should be designed to minimize the risk of injury or death, and protect property and equipment. Having a fire marshal on hand is one of the best ways to ensure your business is ready for anything.

Here's how fire marshals play an important role at worksites

  • They ensure that workers are aware of the dangers of fire and know how to respond in the event of a blaze.
  • They work with other safety team members to create and enforce fire safety protocols.
  • Fire marshals are a significant part of the emergency response team in the event of a fire and are trained to provide medical assistance if necessary.
  • They also work to ensure that fire-safety measures are in place and are functioning properly.
  • During an event of a fire, fire marshals are responsible for coordinating the evacuation of employees and ensuring that everyone is safely out of the building.
  • Fire marshals also play a vital role in investigating fires to determine the cause and make recommendations to prevent future fires.
  • They are responsible for arranging and conducting fire drills regularly.
  • They help by appointing deputies who will help confirm that the building meets all fire safety regulations.
  • Lastly, they clear out debris that could cause a fire, such as rubbish.

By having a fire marshal in your workplace, you can be assured that someone is trained and prepared to take charge in the event of a fire. This can help to minimize the damage caused by a fire, and potentially save lives.