FIRE LOG BOOK
MCW Nursery Support Services specialises in designing and implementing bespoke HEALTH & SAFETY, AUDIT, TRAINING and BUSINESS packages for the childcare industry.
With decades of experience, we recognise that no two-nursery settings are alike – and nor is the paperwork required to run each business. Our team of consultants and trainers can personalise your manuals and documentation, giving you the peace of mind that you’re following all of the required rules and regulations.
WHY CHOOSE US?
- HASSLE-FREE PAPERWORK
- MAKE SURE YOU’RE SAFE & COMPLIANT
- YOU CAN FOCUS ON LOOKING AFTER CHILDREN
The main purpose of a FIRE LOG BOOK is to record all testing and maintenance of the fire safety within your nursery.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRFSO) is the law relating to fire safety for non-domestic premises including Schools, in England & Wales. The duties of the “Responsible Person(s)” are specified in articles 8 through to 22, which encompasses the need to take general fire precautions, undertake a fire risk assessment and make appropriate fire safety arrangements, this should include “the effective planning, organisation, control, monitoring and review of the preventive and protective measures”.
This requires a detailed system of checking, maintaining and repairing (if necessary) of all fire safety equipment & precautions within your organisations premises on a regular and on-going basis, along with an appropriate level of training in fire safety of all employees. Remember all tests and maintenance must be record by law.
MCW Nursery Support Services Fire Log Book is fully branded to your company, including logos, and holds provision for all details of your nursery and individuals responsible for carrying out testing and maintenance of your safety equipment. As well as detailed forms and checks, which specify at what intervals these inspections should carried out.
Areas included in the FIRE LOG BOOK:
- Location of your Call Points
- Fire Alarm Testing
- False Alarm Record
- Emergency Lighting Testing
- Fire Fighting Equipment Checks
- Fire Door Checks
- Means of Escape (MOE) Checks
- Record of Drills
- Staff Training Record
Remember that having a Fire Log Book is not enough. It must be kept up to date and adequately maintained to ensure compliance with your responsibilities in relation to Fire Safety as set out in The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.