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Fire Risk Assessment Fire Safety Induction General Fire Safety DVDs Fire Warden Training Aids Training Information Packs Health and Safety Fire Extinguisher Training Aids Fire Safety in Schools Fire Safety in Healthcare and Residential Care Premises Design SpeciďŹ cation and Sprinkler Rules Construction fire safety General Fire Safety Books Publication Bundles

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Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Risk Assessment at Work DVD This updated edition of Fire Risk Assessment at Work guides employers through their legal duty to ensure a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment of the workplace is completed and maintained, explaining and illustrating the process using the Five Step approach: • Step 1 Identify fi e hazards • Step 2 Identify people who are at risk • Step 3 Evaluate the risks • Step 4 Record your finding • Step 5 Review the assessment regularly

Fire Risk Management in the Workplace A guide for employers, 3rd ed

(Running time: 22 min)

‘...far superior to any similar programme... valuable lessons that are clearly and effectively addressed.’ Safety & Health Practitioner Member price: £99.50 plus VAT

Ref: F37DVD

Revised and updated in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order, this book provides excellent guidance on various methods of fi e risk assessment. It advises employers about how to conduct such an assessment and to act upon the findings to educe the risks and improve fi e safety on their premises. This illustrated publication explains, clearly and concisely, how to comply with the legal requirements. Member price: £15.00

Ref: FSB22

Non-member price: £20.00

Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

Workplace Fire Safety Log Book This recent edition of our Fire Safety Log Book provides an essential records and information resource for all those ultimately responsible for fi e safety. Fully updated, this practical A4-size looseleaf binder allows employers or their representatives to keep an accumulating record of their actions as required by fi e legislation including fi e risk Member price: £36.00 plus VAT

assessments, instruction and training provided to employees and maintenance checks on fi e safety equipment. The Log Book includes a list of relevant record sheets plus a CD of interactive PDF versions, allowing users to update and store forms electronically.

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Non-member price: £40.00 plus VAT

Fire Risk Assessment Bundle Our Fire Risk Assessment Bundle comprises three of our best selling fi e risk assessment resources – Fire Risk Assessment at Work DVD, Fire Risk Management in the Workplace, and Workplace Fire Safety Logbook – in a range of formats. Packaged together they ensure you have the information at your disposal to carry out fi e risk assessments with a level of in depth knowledge and understanding.

Member price: £156.25 plus VAT Non-member price: £ 137.50 plus VAT

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Fire Safety Induction

FPA TIP in Fire Safety Awareness

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Action in the Event of Fire DVD Action in the Event of Fire New Edition

Trainer notes

Raise the alarm

2.

Call the fire and rescue service

3.

Evacuate the building

4.

Fight the fire if it is safe to do so and you are trained

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The programme describes a typical scenario, highlighting the difference that fire safety training can make to staff reactions when confronted with the outbreak of fire. It also outlines the main requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and identifies typical hazards that might be found in the workplace, advising on preventative measures. Duration: 11 mins

Title: Action in the Event of Fire

It offers advice on fire prevention measures, the actions that should be taken if a fire does occur and typical workplace hazards.

Duration: 11min • Fire Protection Association © 2012

Fully revised and updated, the video describes the proper sequence of actions to take should a fi e break out in the workplace:

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THE UK’S NATIONAL FIRE SAFETY ORGANISATION Protecting people, property, business and the environment

22/01/2014 15:52:01

1. Raise the alarm; 2. Call the fire and rescue service; 3. Evacuate the building;

quiz sheets and a delegate certificate template. It’s an ideal, costeffective resource for organisations wanting to deliver quality, professional fire safety training in-house. This new edition includes updated fire statistics and references to Scotland and Northern Ireland fire legislation. Member price: £145.00 plus VAT

New Edition

New Edition

The Fire Protection Association (FPA) has made extensive efforts to check the accuracy of the information and advice contained in this DVD. The purpose of the DVD is to provide guidance and information only and it should not be regarded as a substitute for professional training and assistance. The FPA does not warrant the accuracy of the information and advice in the DVD and shall not be liable for any loss, damage, or expense whatsoever suffered by any person who relies on the DVD.

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Fire Extinguisher Handbook

Copy copy copy Contents: Foreword; Legislation and standards; Classes of fi e and fi e science; Entinguisher construction; Types of extinguisher; Siting and provision; Commissioning and servicing procedures; Further information.

Fire Extinguishers Handbook

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Action in the Event of Fire Fire Extinguishers Handbook

This popular DVD is the perfect way to drum home the basic fi e safety and evacuation message, within the induction or refresher training process.

This best-selling TIP provides employees with an overview of workplace fire safety and evacuation procedures.

The comprehensive pack includes Action in the Event of Fire DVD with a high quality PowerPoint presentation, trainer handbook,

Our brand new Action in the Event of Fire online video and DVD is the perfect way to drum home the basic fire safety and evacuation message within the induction, or refresher training process. Fully revised and updated, the video describes the proper sequence of actions to take should a fire break out in the workplace:

Action in the Event of Fire

FPA TIP: Fire Safety Awareness

Ref: TIP001

4. Fight the fire if it is safe to do so and you are trained. The programme describes a typical scenario, highlighting the positive difference that fire safety training can make to staff reactions when confronted with the outbreak of fire. It also outlines the main requirements of the Fire Safety Order and identifies typical hazards that might be found in the workplace, advising on preventative measures. Member price: £85.00 plus VAT

Non-member price: £165.00 plus VAT

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Fire Safety at Work Poster WET CHEMICAL

CARBON DIOXIDE

For use on deep fat fryers

For liquid and electrical fires

DO NOT USE on electrical fires

DO NOT USE on metal fires

Fire Safety Induction Checklist

FIRE SAFETY INDUCTION C H E C K L I S T

– boilers and other plant rooms – bottom of lift shafts

Fire Safety

– floor ducts, overhead pipes, ledges – under machinery

• Separate hazardous waste into clearly labelled containers.

FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS AND GASES Although many premises do not keep large stocks of such hazardous materials, careless handling of even small quantities is a frequent cause of fires – and injuries. ... who are unaware of fire risks

... who are careless about fire risks

You can greatly reduce the risk: • by developing fire safety awareness: where and what are the potential fire hazards in your workplace? • by following fire safety practices: what simple actions can you take, day-to-day, to minimise the risk of fire breaking out?

and know how s of extinguishers, to use them

efforts

Most fires are caused by people: 1. who start fires deliberately 2. who are careless with fire hazards 3. who lack awareness of fire hazards This poster aims to make you aware of the risk of fire, and to ensure that you take proper steps to prevent fire, to encourage safe behaviour, and to avoid your becoming a victim of the malicious acts of others.

Emergency numbers

Dial 999 – the call is free • Ask for FIRE BRIGADE.

– the address of the premises

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• Evacuation procedures

©Text, The Fire Protection Association London Road, Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire GL56 0RH Tel: 01608 812500 Fax: 01608 812501 All rights reserved. 2008 edition. Publishers and distributors: Hascombe Enterprises Ltd Europoint, 5-11 Lavington Street, London SE1 0NZ Tel: 020 7945 6090 Fax: 020 7945 6091 E-mail: sales@fastguides.co.uk ©Compilation, Hascombe Enterprises Ltd 2008.

Know your extinguisher.

INHALATION OF FUMES

– know your escape routes?

Cover burns with plastic bag Inhalation of smoke, gases or toxic vapours can or similar. be lethal. Remember: do not put your own life at risk: smoke or fumes that have accumulated in a confined space may quickly overcome a rescuer who is not wearing protective clothing.

– keep escape routes and fire equipment clear and unobstructed?

Fighting the fire

• Crouching helps you keep clear of smoke and avoid heat from the flames.

Use only on small fires.

... being aware

... being careful

Know what to do

• Switch off – and unplug at night (unless the machinery is in constant use).

Basic training in emergency fire procedures should help you develop instinctive reactions – so that you act fast and appropriately.

• Avoid overloading circuits or overheating equipment.

You should know:

• Make sure any electrical equipment you use is well maintained.

Remember your number one priority is to get out, and get the fire brigade in.

If fire breaks out Calling the fire brigade Dial 999 and say FIRE BRIGADE. Wait until you are put through. Speak clearly and tell them:

If it is big, don’t fight it.

– that there is a fire – the address of the premises – the nearest road junction

When to use

– vital life-saving information: if people are trapped on the premises; if highly flammable or hazardous substances may be involved

Most fires, except those involving live electrical equipment or flammable liquids. • Direct the jet at the base of the fire.

Water

1. Shout out!

• Keep it moving across the area of the fire. • If the fire is spreading upwards, aim at the lowest point of the flames and work up. • Seek out any hot spots after the main fire is extinguished.

2. Ring the alarm!

FOAM/FOAM SPRAY

1. Raise the alarm – shout FIRE!

SMOKING

When to use

2. Break the glass of the nearest fire alarm point.

How to use

Make sure that you know the location of, and have read the instructions for, the following:

• If the burning liquid is in a drum, tank or container, aim at the far inside face. Allow the foam to flow across the surface of the liquid to smother the fire.

• Fire alarm points. • Emergency fire instructions.

– be sure that all cigarettes are completely extinguished

– The name of your fire safety officer should be clearly displayed on these. • Fire exits and escape routes.

• Fire fighting equipment.

Do not empty ashtrays into other rubbish!

RUBBISH AND WASTE

• Keep escape and storage routes clear.

• If the burning liquid is contained or spilled, aim at the near edge of the fire with rapid sweeping movements. Drive the fire towards the far edge until all the flames are extinguished.

– Do you know the different colour codes for fire extinguishers? Do you know more than one way to get out?

– These should be posted next to all call points on the premises.

Remember your number one priority is to get out – and help others to do the same. Make sure everyone is aware!

• Report to official assembly point. Designated fire safety officers/fire wardens should: – check that everyone has escaped

All staff should:

– risk your own life to save property – stop to collect personal belongings

Get out! Don’t be a hero.

– use lifts

– use in confined spaces where there is the risk of inhaling the fumes – hold the discharge horn since it gets so cold that layers of skin can stick to it

Help others out of the building.

– take a roll call of all staff when the premises have been evacuated

7. Report to your designated assembly point. DO NOT:

Carbon Dioxide

• Follow exit signs to the nearest exit. • If one exit route is blocked by smoke, use the nearest alternative route.

6. Leave by the nearest exit – do not put yourself at risk. Dry Powder

• If the liquid is falling, aim at the base of the flames and sweep upwards. • If the fire involves electrical equipment, switch off the current, and aim straight at the fire. If the equipment is enclosed, aim into any vents or openings. Do not:

3. Call the fire brigade or ensure that someone else has done so. 4. Attack the fire with extinguishers or hose reel, but only if it is safe to do so.

How to use

– Do you know how to activate the equipment and use it effectively?

Remember: it is your company’s responsibility to ensure that fire signs are displayed throughout the premises, are highly visible, and that they give clear essential instructions. It is your responsibility to be familiar with them.

Then:

Once out stay out!

EVACUATION

2. Help those who need help to leave the premises.

5. Close (but do not lock) doors if the fire is not under control.

Fires involving flammable liquids or electrical equipment.

– Do you know what type it is: hose reel or fire extinguisher?

• Instructions on how to call fire brigade.

• Take care your own clothing does not catch fire too.

If you hear the fire alarm:

When to use

If someone’s clothing catches fire:

• Call for medical aid at once. Anyone suffering from burns should be treated for shock.

1. Make sure everyone is aware of the fire. Foam/ Foam Spray

• If the liquid is not contained, stand well back and aim with a gentle sweeping movement so that the foam drops onto the surface of the liquid. Do not aim the jet directly into burning liquid DRY POWDER AND CARBON DIOXIDE

– Do you know the nearest alternative route if your escape is blocked by smoke or flames?

Most businesses inevitably produce large amounts of rubbish in the course of a normal working day, but remember: fires and rubbish are natural partners.

• Check hidden areas every week:

Most fires involving flammable liquids.

– who your fire safety officer or fire warden is Know your fire signs

• Observe no smoking rules. • Never smoke in high risk or storage areas.

Call the fire brigade!

– DON’T HANG UP until the operator has confirmed the details • Force the person to the ground. Then wrap a rug, carpet, coat etc around him/her.

If you discover a fire:

– your fire signs – your immediate action in the event of fire

Cut the risks

3. Call for help!

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

• Take special care with portable equipment.

Carelessness with cigarettes and matches can cause fires, although fewer people smoke and it is illegal in enclosed public spaces. Many companies provide ashtrays or non-combustible containers outside to encourage smokers to use designated smoking areas and to discard cigarettes before entering the premises.

Keep exits clear!

– keep fire doors shut at all times? Emergency procedures

Noisy, distressed breathing; impaired consciousness leading to unconsciousness.

How to use

If fire breaks out in your workplace, it is vital that you know exactly what to do. Your life, and the lives of others, may well depend on your actions.

– know the type of fire-fighting equipment, and how to use it?

Signs

• Follow the instructions for the extinguisher chosen.

– if there is any risk of your escape route being cut off, either by fire or by smoke

Use electricity wisely

Keep it clean and tidy

Fire signs and systems Do you: – know where fire alarm points and emergency instructions are located?

– it is too big, with flames reaching the ceiling

• Report any faults, such as frayed leads or damaged insulation, immediately.

• Bin all waste immediately; take it out every day.

– switch off and unplug at night? – wear your ID card at all times?

– if any hazardous materials are involved

... preventing arson

Know your exits!

Do you: – observe no-smoking rules? – close windows and doors?

If the casualty loses consciousness, follow the ABC of Resuscitation.* DO NOT: touch injured area; burst blisters; or apply lotions, ointments, creams etc.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

Know your visitors.

Day-to-day habits

– foam for flammable liquids – dry powder or carbon dioxide for flammable liquids or electrical fires

WATER

ELECTRICITY

• Be extra vigilant if you allow members of the public to smoke on the premises.

– potential sources of fire, such as flammable materials left lying around, or poorly stored? – people on the premises who behave suspiciously? Use lots of water.

4. Cover the burn with clean non-fluffy material to protect from infection, e.g. cloth, a clean plastic bag, cling film.

DO NOT FIGHT A FIRE IF:

• Report any irregular or suspicious behaviour. • Report any suspect bags or packages.

– don’t empty them into other rubbish

– vital life-saving information: if people are trapped on the premises; if highly flammable or hazardous substances may be involved – DON’T HANG UP until the operator has confirmed the details The Fire Protection Association runs a wide range of training courses throughout the country. For further information, please contact the Association or the publishers at the addresses below.

Fast Guides

– faults in equipment which can start fires?

3. Remove any jewellery, watch or clothing from the affected area – unless it is sticking to the skin.

– water for most fires, except those involving flammable liquids or electrical equipment

Action on fire risks

– faults in, or damage to, equipment which prevents fires?

What to do 1. Reassure constantly; make the casualty as comfortable as possible; make the casualty lie down.

• Make sure that the fire is completely extinguished. Smouldering or hot areas can reignite.

Use your sense when storing flammables!

• If any staff have specific grievances, make sure management is aware of them.

Electricity is the main cause of accidental fires. Most are caused by neglect and misuse of wiring and electrical appliances.

Do you report:

2. Pour copious amounts of cold water over the burn for at least 10 minutes.

• Take up a position which allows a quick and safe retreat, near an exit or up wind of a fire.

Be aware ... in the workplace

– always use ashtrays provided

– the nearest road junction

• General housekeeping

• All visitors and contractors should wear passes. Be known yourself: wear your ID card.

– only smoke in specified areas

– that there is a fire

• Action in the event of fire

– cover structures which might burn with fire-resistant sheets

By following the guidelines, you can greatly reduce the risk of fire by:

SERIOUS BURNS

• DO NOT attempt to extinguish burning gas. Turn off the gas supply and cool the surrounding area with water. • Choose the correct extinguisher:

Checklist Use this checklist to help you assess your awareness of everyday fire safety in the workplace, as well as your knowledge of emergency procedures.

• Turn off any source of heat or fuel; disconnect electrical equipment if it is safe to do so.

Remember: Extinguishers should only be used when dealing with small fires.

– remove any materials within 15 metres which might burn

Follow strict safety measures • Have a fire watcher on site during the work and for 1 hour afterwards. • Make sure that fire extinguishers and/or hose reel are available and ready to use.

– keep flammable liquids under lock and key

• Supervise visitors and contractors – both for security and their own safety.

• A hot-work permit system must be enforced. • Make sure the site is safe before work begins:

– cover gaps and openings in doors and walls

– keep waste safely in metal containers – keep flammable materials well away from outside walls and fences Know your visitors

• If you are allowed to smoke:

Speak clearly and tell them:

he fire brigade.

le from: iation Marsh, Gloucestershire GL56 0RH.

Fire safety is EVERYONE’S responsibility.

Tel: _________________Tel:______________________________

may be involved

Remove temptation • Waste provides easy fuel for fire raisers:

• Challenge strangers.

Prepared in association with

The Fire Protection Association

If a fire is detected and you need to call the fire brigade:

materials in the vicinity

Minimise the risks

• CCTV cameras and security lighting are there to keep intruders out. If you notice faults, damage or any obstruction to security equipment, report it immediately.

Turn off the gas.

– it is safe to do so

• Only trained and qualified operators should carry out the work.

Call the emergency services.

Shout ‘Can you hear me?’ and shake the casualty’s shoulders carefully. If there is no response, the casualty is unconscious; follow the ABC of Resuscitation.*

If a burn is larger than a 2 pence piece, if it looks blistered and raw, waxy or charred, it is serious and must be seen by a doctor straight away.

– the alarm has been raised and the fire brigade called – evacuation is under way

Take casualties to safety.

* For detailed guidance, please refer to St. John Ambulance’s The Fast Guide to First Aid, available from the publishers.

Keep calm and reassure the casualty

Before fighting the fire

If you have a workshop, or carry out repairs on the premises, there will be fire hazards from heat-producing equipment such as blow lamps, welding and cutting apparatus, hot air paint strippers, etc.

Lock fire out!

Fire fighting

2. If unconscious, check breathing and pulse and be prepared to resuscitate if necessary.

4. Monitor breathing, pulse and level of response every 10 minutes until ambulance/fire services arrive.

Assess the situation Only approach a casualty if it is safe to do so. Consider possible risks to your own safety from flames, smoke, toxic fumes – especially if you are not wearing protective clothing.

• Make sure that: Keep flammables under lock and key.

– in well-ventilated rooms – special safe containers – the smallest amount needed for the work to be done • Keep well away from possible sources of ignition, including cigarettes.

HEAT-PRODUCING EQUIPMENT

Make sure they can be seen

Tel: _________________Tel:______________________________

ssurised containers y

pipe or cylinder valve

• Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders should be stored well away from main buildings, and in stores used only for that purpose. Use safely

– if you notice any security risk, such as a damaged fence, report it immediately

at work

• Make sure all containers are clearly marked.

• Use only:

• Damaged fences, poorly secured doors and windows are an open invitation to arsonists. When you leave your place of work:

Dial 999 immediately – or instruct someone else to do so Regular fire drills!

1. If it is safe for you to do so, remove casualty from source of fumes and into fresh air.

3. Give oxygen if available and if you have been trained in its use.

IN AN EMERGENCY

You must be trained in basic fire fighting techniques, including the use of fire extinguishers. Only then should you attempt to tackle a fire.

• Keep records of type, amount and location.

ARSON

Keep them out

Providing essential fire safety information suitable for all levels of staff, this checklist advises on the most common workplace fire hazards and what action to take in the event of a fire.

ed

• Keep flammable liquids in a separate purposebuilt store.

Arson is by far the most significant cause of serious fire in industry and commerce – and it is on the increase. Many attacks are mindless and opportunistic, so it is vital to deprive the potential arsonist of both the temptation and opportunity to start a fire.

Injuries sustained in a fire may include burns and breathing problems as a result of smoke or fume inhalation. All of these can be life-threatening and may lead to unconsciousness, and death.

If members of the public have regular access to the premises, it is important that fire drills should also take account of their safety. During a fire drill, some staff may be asked to ‘role play’ members of the public.

Swift – and appropriate – action can put out a fire before serious damage is done.

Store safely ... who start fires deliberately

– if you’re the last to go home, check that exits are closed and secure

s no possibility of your smoke or fire

Fires love rubbish!

What to do

First Aid

Regular fire drills enable you to become familiar with the escape procedure and routes to follow in the event of a fire. Your employer should hold fire drills at least twice a year, more often in high rise premises. It is important that disabled staff take part in the drill.

– staircases and under stairs

Dispose of it safely • Use lidded metal containers.

– make sure your windows are properly closed

d evacuation is

FIRE DRILLS

– attics and basements

You can reduce the risk Most fires are caused by people:

The FAST Guide to...

– run – re-enter premises until advised by the fire brigade or other authorised personnel that it is safe to do so.

– help in the evacuation of any members of the public on the premises, giving particular attention to parents with young children, elderly or disabled persons. • The person in charge should tell the fire brigade officer whether or not all persons are accounted for.

Take a roll call make sure everyone’s out.

• Fire-aid firefighting

THE UK’s NATIONAL FIRE SAFETY ORGANISATION Protecting people, property, business and the environment

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A large size wall poster – 600 x 840mm – in full colour and laminated for durability, this poster is intended for display in the workplace. It advises about reducing the risk of fire, protecting premises against arson, tackling fires if they do break out, and dealing with casualties. Price: £15.00 plus VAT

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General Fire Safety DVDs

Arson at Work

FPA Essentials Collection

This important training programme will inform all staff about the causes and effects of arson and how to guard against them. The programme:

Four essential fi e and health and safety videos in one collection, saving 20% on purchasing individually. Each programme included on this DVD is described individually in this catalogue.

• identifies factors which encourag arsonists • describes the opportunist nature of arson attacks • sets out a range of simple measures against arson • emphasises the need for vigilance

• • • •

‘...well presented...its message is simple, direct and can be easily understood.’ Health & Safety at Work Member price: £75.00 plus VAT

Action in the Event of Fire Fundamentals of Health and Safety Role of the Fire Warden Extinguishing Fires at Work Member price: £299.00 plus VAT

(Running time: 16 min)

Ref: DVD04

Non-member price: £329.00 plus VAT

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Non-member price: £85.00 plus VAT

Fire Safety in Catering Kitchens

Fire Safety in Warehouses This fully-updated training programme will provide advice and guidance for all those working in a warehouse environment. It offers induction and refresher fi e safety awareness training to all warehouse staff, covering fi e precautions, housekeeping, sources of ignition, and action to take in the event of fi e.

Aimed at everybody who works in a kitchen, in whatever job, this programme encourages kitchen staff to take nothing for granted about fi e risks. It highlights the potential fi e risks in a kitchen and provides uncomplicated takeaway messages for the benefit of both kitchen workers and their employers. (Running time: 16 min)

Member price: £99.50 plus VAT

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(Running time: 13 min)

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Fire Safety in Hotels This DVD provides an overview of all the issues that must be considered in maintaining fi e safety in all types of hotels and guesthouses. It highlights typical fi e hazards found in such premises and describes procedures to be followed if (Running time: 16 min) an incident occurs. ‘...provides an excellent complement to an individual hotel’s fire training programme… it is fast paced and well produced.’ RoSPA Safety Express Member price: £99.50 plus VAT Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

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Fire Warden Training Aids

Role of the Fire Warden DVD Expert advice and guidance for fire wardens Ideal for use in training new fi e wardens and for refresher sessions, this programme looks at the vital role that fi e wardens can play in helping to prevent fi es from occurring, assisting with evacuations and even fighting fi es, where appropriate. Divided into two chapters, the DVD includes extended coverage on identifying and reporting fi e hazards, fi e protection systems and first-aid firefighting Member price: £99.50 plus VAT

(Running time: 25 min) Includes English Subtitles

Ref: F28DVD

Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

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Fire Warden Handbook The Fire Warden Handbook details the vital role of the fi e warden to help develop awareness and understanding of their responsibilities. The book is aimed at any member of staff designated as fi e wardens or marshals, and it serves as both an introductory resource and as a handy refresher guide. The Handbook is split into easy-to-read sections with key learning points highlighted at the end of each chapter. The book provides comprehensive background information on all aspects of the fi e warden role to help put into context the range of tasks and actions involved in carrying out the role successfully. Member price: £15.00

Ref: FSB62

Non-member price: £20.00

Fire Warden Checklist

Fire Warden Bundle

This handy leaflet will p ovide a useful reminder for fi e wardens of their key responsibilities in terms of spotting and reporting fi e hazards and taking appropriate action in the event of a fi e or fi e drill.

This special fi e warden package offers all you need to help you carry out your responsibilities safely and effectively. • Warden DVD • Warden checklist (25 copies)

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• Warden Handbook

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FPA TIP: Role of the Fire Warden This popular and comprehensive Training Information Pack provides all the necessary materials to help develop awareness and understanding of the responsibilities of a fi e warden. This pack is ideal for businesses wishing to train new fi e wardens, or provide refresher sessions in-house, with professional and high-quality training aids. It covers the vital role that fi e wardens can play in helping to prevent fi es from occurring, the actions to take in the event of an emergency, assisting with evacuations and tackling fi es safely, where appropriate. This recently updated edition includes additional imagery, visual aids and charts, updated statistics and a new section on fire safety in the home. The pack includes: • delegate handouts • Role of the Fire Warden DVD • quiz sheets • high quality Powerpoint presentation • delegate certificate templat • trainer handbook Member price: £220.00 plus VAT Non-member price: £245.00 plus VAT

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Deliver professional, high quality training in-house with our training information packs Fire Safety in Residential Care Homes

Fire Safety Awareness Updated in 2014, this best-selling TIP provides employees with an overview of workplace fi e safety and evacuation procedures. It offers advice on fi e prevention measures, the actions that should be taken if a fi e does occur and typical workplace hazards.

Developed specifically for the esidential care sector this TIP is packed full of the materials that you will need to prepare and deliver an effective training session to your staff. Updated in 2014 the TIP combines our DVD, Fire Safety in Residential Care Homes, with high quality FPA training aids.

This comprehensive pack includes the new Action in the Event of Fire DVD with a high quality PowerPoint presentation, trainer handbook, quiz sheets and a delegate certificate template. It s an ideal, cost-effective resource for organisations wanting to deliver quality, professional fi e safety training in-house. This new edition includes updated fi e statistics and references to Scotland and Northern Ireland fi e legislation. Member price: £145.00 plus VAT

Ref: TIP001

Non-member price: £165.00 plus VAT

The training will provide employees with an expert overview of care home fi e safety and covers: general hazard spotting; action in the event of fi e; evacuation of vulnerable/immobile residents; escape routes/plans; and types of extinguisher and their safe application and use. The pack includes quiz sheets and certificates to help demonstrate sta f have understood and taken on board key messages. Member price: £165.00 plus VAT

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Non-member price: £185.00 plus VAT

Role of the Fire Warden

Fire Safety in Schools This 2014 edition offers schools of all types a ready-made package for providing fi e safety induction training staff.

Current legislation requires employers to ensure that sufficient numbers of staff are prepared to assist in evacuating a premises and take measures for using the fi efighting equipment p ovided. Many businesses accomplish this through the nomination of fi e wardens.

The package combines our DVD, Fire Safety in Schools, with high quality training aids, including a Powerpoint presentation, quiz, trainer ertificate and accompanying handbook.

This 2013 edition provides materials to aid in their education and develop an awareness of their role and responsibilities.

It covers all aspects of fi e safety from hazard spotting and action in the event of fi e to evacuation procedures, providing everything you need to deliver effective training, tailored to the school environment.

The pack includes: • Role of the Fire Warden DVD • high-quality Powerpoint presentation • trainer handbook • delegate handouts • quiz sheets • delegate certificate templat

Member price: £220.00 plus VAT Member price: £165.00 plus VAT Non-member price: £185.00 plus VAT

Ref: TIP003

Non-member price: £245.00 plus VAT

Ref: TIP004


A complete training solution in one easy package

Featuring the FPA’s bestselling DVD, Fire Safety in Healthcare Premises, this TIP offers a ready-made package for providing fi e safety training to all healthcare staff, from those working in wards, to specialist units and facilities teams.

Train the Trainer Complement your Training Information Pack with our ‘Train the Trainer’ course Our two-day ‘Train the Trainer’ course will prove invaluable to those who deliver in-house training by increasing your confidence and knowledge in basic fi e safety and providing a range of training delivery suggestions and techniques.

The package includes the DVD and a memory stick containing a professionally produced Powerpoint presentation, delegate handouts, quiz and certificate template. An accompanying trainer handbook provides detailed guidance for those conducting the training sessions. Member price: £165.00 plus VAT

l ia tes s ec ra TIP Sp se all rs ur to me co ly sto p ap cu

Fire Safety in Healthcare Premises

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Course content includes: • fi e facts, figu es and trends • fi e spread • hazard identificatio • fi e legislation • fi e evacuation Ref: TIP005

• fi e extinguishers • human behaviour

Non-member price: £185.00 plus VAT

• micro-teach session

Fundamentals of Health and Safety Featuring Fundamentals of Health and Safety DVD, this TIP offers a ready-made package for basic health and safety induction training to staff across a broad range of industries and environments. The package includes: • Fundamentals of Health and Safety DVD • professionally-produced Powerpoint presentation, delegate handouts, quiz and certificate template • accompanying trainer’s handbook providing detailed guidance for those conducting the training sessions

Member price: £165.00 plus VAT Non-member price: £185.00 plus VAT

Ref: TIP006

Email training@thefpa.co.uk for further details and course availability or visit www.thefpa.co.uk


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Health and Safety

Safe Lifting and Manual Handling DVD

Fundamentals of Health and Safety DVD

Whoever you are and whatever your job, size and strength, you are likely to find yourself involved with lifting and moving objects. Thousands of accidents and injuries are caused each year by incorrect lifting techniques.

This DVD, divided into 11 modules, offers everything you need to provide basic health and safety induction training for your staff. Each module covers an essential aspect of workplace health and safety, providing an introduction to the key facts and procedures to follow. The format of the DVD allows trainers

This DVD demonstrates the correct techniques and will be a vital training aid for those responsible for reducing accidents in the workplace.

to tailor content relevant to the audience or focus on specific health and safety issues

The programme looks at the wide variety of sizes and shapes of loads, in many different situations, and shows how to put into practice the principles of safe lifting and manual handling.

Fundamentals of Health and Safety is ideal for companies requiring a cost-effective, in-house training solution and trainers looking to update their health and safety training aids with a single, comprehensive resource. Modules covered include:

It teaches you to:

• risk management

• think about the task

• accident reporting

• assess the load

• working at height

• plan how to lift the load

• slips, trips and falls

• prepare as necessary to lift it

• working with asbestos

• perform the lifting properly Many of the correct techniques are demonstrated by Gary Taylor, former ‘World’s Strongest Man’. To reinforce points about technique, the DVD also includes footage from previous ‘World’s Strongest Man’ competitions. ‘...perfect for the specialist audience or an induction course... the viewer is left in no doubt about correct techniques...’ Training Journal Member price: £75.00 plus VAT Non-member price: £85.00 plus VAT

• lone working • control of substances hazardous to health • display screen equipment • personal protective equipment • fi e safety • safe lifting and manual handling ‘The DVD offers an excellent overview of the key subjects of health and safety...’ Occupational Safety & Health Journal

Ref: F27DVD Member price: £99.50 plus VAT Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

FPA TIP: Fundamentals of Health and Safety Featuring the Fundamentals of Health and Safety DVD, our latest Training Information Pack offers a ready-made package for basic health and safety induction training suitable for all staff across a broad range of industries and environments.

Member price: £165.00 plus VAT Non-member price: £185.00 plus VAT

The package includes: • Fundamentals of Health and Safety DVD • professionally-produced Powerpoint presentation delegate handouts, quiz and certificate template • accompanying trainer’s handbook providing detailed guidance for those conducting the training sessions Ref: TIP006

Ref: F48DVD


Fire Extinguisher Training Aids

Extinguishing Fires at Work DVD Still the FPA’s best-selling title, this programme shows employees receiving training in the use of workplace fi efighting equipment, in particular the identification and choice of portable fi e extinguishers.

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How to Use a Fire Extinguisher Leaflet This popular leaflet p ovides up-to-date information on choosing and using portable fi e extinguishers. It is ideal for distributing to staff to inform them about the basics of using an extinguisher.

Includes: • types of extinguishers and the fi es for which they are suitable • training guidance on operating the various extinguishers • demonstration of a ‘wet chemical’ extinguisher on a deep fat fryer

(Running time: 19 min) Includes English Subtitles

Quantity

Member Price

Non-member Price

25 copies

£12.75 plus VAT

£15.00 plus VAT

100 copies

£35.70 plus VAT

£42.00 plus VAT

Minimum order 25 copies.

• information on hose reels and fi e blankets Member price: £99.50 plus VAT

Ref: L11

Choosing and Using a Fire Extinguisher

Ref: F33DVD

Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

Fire Extinguisher Handbook This book provides an excellent introduction to the various types of extinguisher and their suitability for use on different classes of fi e. It explains extinguisher construction, how extinguishers work and the legislation and standards that apply. It comes complete with a booklet of forms and checklists to aid the responsible person to maintain a record of the extinguishers on their premises. This 2013 edition covers the latest changes to BS5306-8. ‘I would especially recommend the book to safety professionals who want to get a handle on some of the technical issues involved in fire extinguisher use and selection...’ Health & Safety at Work Member price: £15.00 Non-member price: £20.00

Ref: FSB60

FIRE INSTRUCTIONS IF YOU DISCOVER A FIRE

• Operate the nearest fire alarm call-point immediately. • Attack the fire with a suitable extinguisher if it is safe to do so.

IF THE FIRE ALARM SOUNDS • • • • • •

The brigade will be called by Leave the building immediately. Do not stop to collect personal belongings. Do not use a lift. Close all doors behind you. Report to the assembly point at

• Do not re-enter the building until instructed to do so.

TO CALL THE FIRE BRIGADE

• Lift the receiver and dial 999. • Ask the operator for the fire brigade. • When the brigade answer, state that the fire is at • Do not replace the receiver until the details have been repeated.

Printed on hard-wearing plastic in full colour, this pocket card carries pictures of the main types of extinguishers, with information about choice and use in the event of fi e. On the reverse of the card are specimen fi e instructions. Quantity

Member Price

Non-member Price

25 copies

£12.75 plus VAT

£15.00 plus VAT

100 copies

£35.70 plus VAT

£42.00 plus VAT

Minimum order 25 copies.

Ref: PC1


Fire Safety in Schools

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Fire Safety in Schools DVD

FPA TIP: Fire Safety in Schools This 2014 edition offers schools of all types a ready-made package for providing fi e safety induction training staff.

This training programme highlights the unique fire safety risks associated with schools and other educational premises and offers expert guidance for those with responsibility for maintaining fire safety within them.

The package combines the DVD, Fire Safety in Schools, with high quality training aids, including a Powerpoint presentation, quiz, certificate and accompanying trainer handbook.

Divided into six main modules that can be viewed together or separately, it covers induction training for teaching staff, management responsibilities, preventing deliberate fires and school emergency and contingency plans. (Running time: 45 min) Includes English Subtitles

Member price: £99.50 plus VAT

The package covers all aspects of fi e safety from hazard spotting and action in the event of fi e to evacuation procedures, providing everything you need to deliver effective training, tailored to the school environment.

Ref: F45DVD

Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

School Fire Safety Checklist

Member price: £165.00 plus VAT Non-member price: £185.00 plus VAT

These handy leaflets will provide a constant reminder for all staff of their key responsibilities in terms of spotting and reporting fire hazards and taking appropriate action in the event of a fire or fire drill. It focuses specifically on typical hazards that may be found in schools.

Quantity

Member Price

Non-member Price

25 copies

£12.75 plus VAT

£15.00 plus VAT

100 copies

£35.70 plus VAT

£42.00 plus VAT

Minimum order 25 copies.

Ref: L16

Schools Bundle This special schools package offers all you need to help you carry out your responsibilities safely and effectively. The package contains: •

Fire Safety in Schools DVD

Fire Risk Management in Schools Book

School Fire Safety Checklist (25 copies)

Member price: £ 109.50 plus VAT Non-member price: £129.50 plus VAT

Ref: TIP003

Ref: TP17

Fire Risk Management in Schools and Colleges This covers premises where the main use of the building or part of the building is as a school or place of education, including pre-schools/crèches, academies, colleges and universities. It also provides advice on risk assessments and balancing the dual requirements of fire safety and security.

Member price: £15.00 Non-member price: £20.00

Ref: FSB56


Fire Safety in Healthcare and Residential Care Premises Fire Safety in Healthcare Premises DVD

Fire Safety in Residential Care Homes DVD

Filmed in a working hospital, this DVD highlights issues that must be considered when maintaining safety in healthcare premises. In addition to induction modules aimed at clinical and administrative staff, it provides advice for managers and estates staff. The DVD is arranged into nine short modules:

This training programme provides an overview of the issues that must be considered in maintaining fire safety in all types of residential care homes. Divided into two 14-minute chapters, the DVD is ideal for induction training of general staff, providing them with an understanding of the fundamentals of care home fire safety. The second chapter is aimed at managers and senior staff who need to know their legal obligations in more detail.

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1. Action in the event of fi e 2. Evacuation 3. Hazard spotting 4. Fire response teams 5. Fire extinguishers 6. Isolation of oxygen 7. Emergency preparedness 8. Reducing false alarms 9. Fire safety system maintenance (Running time: 33 min)

In addition, there are two Includes English Subtitles extra film clips giving in-depth information on carrying out and recording regular checks and on evacuation strategies. Member price: £99.50 plus VAT

(Running time: 68 min) Includes English Subtitles

‘...the DVD strikes the right balance between technical information and practical advice, with an effective use of staged demonstrations, animation and narration.’ Safety Express, ROSPA

Ref: F42DVD Member price: £99.50 plus VAT

Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

Ref: F46DVD

Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

Also available with supporting training materials.

Also available with supporting training materials.

See page 6-7 for full details.

See page 6-7 for full details.

Residential Care Home Checklist

Guide to Assisted Evacuation DVD All employers must have a suitable and sufficient strategy to provide for the safe evacuation of all staff, clients and visitors, including those who may require assistance.

These handy leaflets will provide a constant reminder for all staff of their key responsibilities in terms of spotting and reporting fire hazards and taking appropriate action in the event of a fire or fire drill. It focuses specifically on the hazards that may be found in your typical care home and advises on suitable evacuation strategies.

Quantity

Member Price

Non-member Price

25 copies

£12.75 plus VAT

£15.00 plus VAT

100 copies

£35.70 plus VAT

£42.00 plus VAT

Minimum order 25 copies.

Ref: L14

This DVD considers typical evacuation strategies in all types of occupancy and offers guidance on the equipment and procedures that should be in place to aid with the evacuation of people with mobility, visual, hearing and learning impairments.

Member price: £99.50 plus VAT Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

Ref: F47DVD


Design Specification and Sprinkler Rules

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LPC Rules for Automatic Sprinkler Installations 2015, Incorporating BS EN 12845 The LPC Rules is the UK’s most significant sprinkler installation standard, incorporating BS EN 12845 and related Technical Bulletins. Available either in printed, loose-leaf format, or as a PDF file on CD-ROM, this new edition provides a complete volume of reference for those who need to know about the design, installation and maintenance of automatic sprinkler systems. A development for this edition sees the cross-referencing of Technical Bulletin information in the standard itself, providing a more enhanced and user-friendly version. Contents include: •

the full text of BS EN 12845: Fixed firefighting systems. Automatic sprinkler systems. Design, installation and maintenance, cross referenced with relevant Technical Bulletin information

over 30 Technical Bulletins (TBs) providing enhanced, additional, alternative of clarified requirements from those given in BS EN

supplementary information including a guide to residential sprinklers and legionella

free registration and updating service

Format

Reference

Member price

Non-member price

Book

RLS15

£222.00

£284.00

CD

RLS15CD

£222.00 plus VAT

£284.00 plus VAT

Book & CD

RLS15COMBO

£290.00 plus VAT

£370.00 plus VAT

Approved Document B: Fire Safety (Volume 2) – Buildings Other than Dwellinghouses

Passive Fire Protection Handbook

Incorporating Insurers’ Requirements for Property Protection 2015 Edition

Aimed at fire safety officers, building owners, facilities managers, fire risk assessors and anyone interested in, and responsible for, fire protection in buildings, this useful handbook provides an excellent introduction to passive fire protection, detailing the principles, exploring its different elements and explaining relevant legislation.

This guidance document, annotated by Risk, Insight, Strategy and Control Authority (RISCAuthority) and co-published by FPA, will be an invaluable single point of reference for architects, engineers, surveyors, builders, fire prevention specialists and other consultants in the construction design community. Essentially an enhanced version of Approved Document B: Fire Safety (Volume 2), this new guide offers extra insurer-friendly technical guidance for construction professionals aboput how to protect commercial buildings from fire beyond the building regulations’ critical life safety measures. It succinctly and transparently annotates the familiar format of Approved Document B with additional text, tables and diagrams to cover relevant property protection and business interruption issues. This 2013 edition offers the reader additional guidance on buildings with combustible structural elements, such as timber frame buildings, modern methods of construction buildings and the subsequent intensity of external fore spread. A new appendix provides definitive guidance to products and fittings more suited for such structures. The trend for sustainable components such as photovoltaic panels and electrical charging points is also addressed as is the demand for larger, open plan spaces with additional advice and protection requirements on compartmentation walls and floors. Member price: £40.50 Non-member price: £45.00

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The handbook also serves as a useful guide to the wide range of techniques and technologies that are incorporated into the design, building and maintenance of premises to help withstand fire and how, in the event of fire, fire spread can be minimised and lives can be saved. Supported by full-colour illustrations, the book offers a wealth of information presented in a well-structured and accessible format. Member price: £15.00 Non-member price: £20.00

Ref: FSB61


Construction Fire Safety

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Hot Work Risks This DVD is a programme of expert guidance aimed at construction industry staff who carry out or supervise hot work. It shows the consequences of careless hot work, identifies the types of problems and gives guidance on safe procedures, including the need for a formal system of recording/ controlling hot work activities during building work.

Hot Work Risks DVD It covers: • • • • • •

Introduction (running time: 4mins)

2.

The hot work permit (running time: 3mins)

3.

Site preparation (running time: 3mins)

4.

Safe working (running time: 1min)

5.

Follow up working (running time: 1min)

6.

Fire precautions for hot work (running time: 1min)

Introduction Hot work permit Site preparation Safe working Follow-up checking Fire precautions for hot work

Member price: £99.50 plus VAT

Hot Work Risks

Hot Work Risks

This DVD provides expert guidance aimed at construction industry staff who carry out or supervise hot work. It shows the best practice hot work activities, identifies the types of problems and gives guidance on safe procedures, including the need for a formal system of recording/controlling hot work activities during building work.

1.

Title: Hot Work Risk

Duration: 13 minutes • Fire Protection Association © 2015

The Fire Protection Association (FPA) has made extensive efforts to check the accuracy of the information and advice contained in this DVD. The purpose is to provide guidance and information only and it should not be regarded as a substitute for professional training and assistance. The FPA does not warrant the accuracy of the information and advice in the DVD and shall not be liable for any loss, damage, or expense whatsoever suffered by any person who relies on the DVD.

Ref: F52DVD

Fire Protection Association London Road, Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire GL56 0RH Tel: +44 (0)1608 812 500 Fax: +44 (0)1608 812 501 Email: sales@thefpa.co.uk Web: www.thefpa.co.uk

Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

Fire Prevention on Construction Sites, 9th edition The Joint Code of Practice on the Protection from Fire of Construction Sites and Buildings Undergoing Renovation

Our special combo edition includes the Joint Code of Practice 9th edition with updated checklist. The checklist converts the Joint Code into a series of questions which should be asked to establish whether or not fire precautions on a site are comprehensive and adequate. The checklist works on a tick-box principle and contains space for notes and comments.

Widely recognised and highly regarded, the document applies to activities carried out prior to and during the procurement, construction and design process. It is commonly referred to in insurance contracts and is recognised as ‘best practice’.

In the course of time, the checklist can present a complete fire precautions history of a construction site or building under refurbishment.

This new edition of the Joint Code of Practice describes a series of simple precautions and safe working practices so that work on a site is undertaken to the highest standard of fire safety. Ref: FSB9-9

Non-member price: £25.00

Protecting people, property, business and the environment

Fire Prevention on Construction Sites, Special Combo, 9th edition

This updated edition of the document which brought about revolutionary improvements in fire safety on construction sites.

Member price: £20.00

THE UK’s NATIONAL FIRE SAFETY ORGANISATION

Member price: £28.00

Ref: FSB9-9COMBO

Non-member price: £35.00

Fire Safety on Construction Sites DVD Construction Sites Bundle This fully updated DVD is ideal for use in training all levels of workers on construction sites, from site managers to contract labourers. It is divided into several short modules, each covering a different aspect of site fire safety, to enable users to tailor training to the relevant audience. Modules include guidance on: site manager responsibilities; fire safety induction training; fire hazard spotting; site security; fire warden/marshal duties; fire extinguishers/fire blankets and hot work. (Running time: 34 min)

Member price: £99.50 plus VAT Non-member price: £109.50 plus VAT

Ref: F38DVD

Buy Fire Safety on Construction Sites DVD with the new edition of the Joint Code of Practice, Fire Prevention on Construction Sites with accompanying Checklist for only £125 + VAT, saving over £20.

Including DVD and Joint Code Combo Edition Member price: £115.00 plus VAT Non-member price: £125.00 plus VAT

Ref: TP20


General Fire Safety Books

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The Prevention and Control of Arson A volume of expert information and practical advice for those (principally in industry and commerce) who have responsibility for protecting their company premises against the arsonist. Revised, reformatted and fully updated, this new edition includes the latest statistics available, recent case studies and looks at the summer riots of 2011. ‘…offers clear and concise practical advice for those who have responsibility for the prevention of fire…’ Health & Safety at Work Member price: £15.00

Ref: FSB40

Non-member price: £20.00

Guide to Fire Safety Signs

Illustrated throughout in full colour, it contains examples of over 160 signs, along with notes on their meaning and intended location. ‘Invaluable to anyone who has responsibility for health and safety in the workplace…’ Health & Safety at Work Ref: FSB36

Non-member price: £20.00

Fire Risk Management in Heritage Properties Aimed at all employees of heritage, traditional or listed buildings this book provides comprehensive guidance and advice on managing the risk of fire, fire risk assessments and complying with legal requirements. It takes the more unusual and often traditional nature of such properties into consideration, with their preservation balanced with the requirements for fire safety. Ref: FSB64

Non-member price: £20.00

Essentials of Fire Safety Management

This guide is suitable for anyone whose role requires them to have an appreciation of the installation and operation of emergency lighting systems. Ideal for facilities managers, architects, specifiers, fire officers, building control officers and building services engineers, it provides a comprehensive introduction to emergency lighting, helping readers develop knowledge and awareness of: •

legislation, regulations, current standards and code of practice

installation

testing and certification

different types and system design of emergency lighting

maintenance

Non-member price: £20.00

Ref: FSB59

Non-member price: £20.00

Member price: £15.00

Emergency Lighting Handbook

Member price: £15.00

Aimed at designers, specifiers, installers and end users, this publication provides an excellent introduction to detection and alarm systems, their use and their maintenance. It offers an explanation of how the components of a system fit together, how each operates and why certain components should be used in particular situations. This new edition (coming Spring 2015) incorporates changes resulting from the 2013 revision of BS 5839 Parts 1, 6 and 8, and expands on false alarms and management, and servicing requirements and certification. Member price: £15.00

Fully revised in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order, this handy volume offers advice about the selection and positioning of fire safety signs. It aims to assist those responsible for managing fire safety by outlining current legislative requirements and best practice regarding the choice and location of fire safety signs.

Member price: £15.00

Fire Detection and Alarm Systems

Ref: FSB63

This comprehensive guide provides expert guidance and advice on every aspect of fire safety management. It is an invaluable volume of reference material and a must have for all those responsible for fire safety. Divided into two sections, Section 1 provides details on management issues such as fire risk assessment, training and business security and resilience. Section 2 covers issues related to the building, such as compartmentation, fire doors, fire warning and detection systems and emergency routes. Member price: £15.00 Non-member price: £20.00

Ref: FSB50


General Fire Safety Books

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The book will look specifically at the types of fire-resistant glass, glazed systems, specification, installation and maintenance. It will also include references to relevant legislation and updated guidance. Member price: £15.00

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Building Protection: Guide to fire doors

Fire Safety Management in Warehouses

This new comprehensive volume looks at the vital role of fire doors in containing the spread of a fire and maintaining the structural integrity of a building. It looks at the different types and applications of fire doors including for industrial and commercial properties, their installation, maintenance, seals, glazing and hardware with references to British and European Standards.

Concentrating on key aspects of life and property protection in warehouses and storage premises this new handbook is aimed at employees, building managers, premises owners and responsible persons. It provides essential information accompanied by case studies and research on management of warehouse safety and business resilience. Contents include: • • • •

Compliance with fi e safety legislation Business continuity Fire safety management Arson prevention

• • • •

Member price: £15.00 Non-member price: £20.00

Compartmentation Electricity, gas and other services Fire protection Ventilation

Member price: £15.00

Ref: FSB68

Non-member price: £20.00

Management of Hot Work Handbook Ideal for any individual with responsibility for overseeing, permitting and carrying out hot work activities, this new book covers the legislative aspect, the basic science of fire, principles of a fire risk assessment, permit to work, hot work hazards and action in the event of fire.

Security Handbook This new handbook will cover all aspects of building security and protection measures including:

manned security

access control

CCTV

Member price: £15.00

cash security

Non-member price: £20.00

innovative solutions

intruder alarms

Ref: FSB67

Member price: £15.00 Non-member price: £20.00

Ref: FSB72

Ref: FSB71


Publication Bundles

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Fire Warden Bundle This special fi e warden package offers all you need to help you carry out your responsibilities safely and effectively.

Schools Bundle This special schools package offers all you need to help you carry out your responsibilities safely and effectively. The package contains: •

Fire Safety in Schools DVD

Fire Risk Management in Schools Book

School Fire Safety Checklist (25 copies)

Member price: £ 109.50 plus VAT

• Warden DVD • Warden checklist (25 copies) • Warden Handbook Ref: TP17

Non-member price: £129.50 plus VAT

Member price: £119.95 plus VAT

Ref: TP18

Non-member price: £139.95 plus VAT

Fire Risk Assessment Bundle Our Fire Risk Assessment Bundle comprises three of our best selling fi e risk assessment resources – Fire Risk Assessment at Work DVD, Fire Risk Management in the Workplace, and Workplace Fire Safety Logbook – in a range of formats. Packaged together they ensure you have the information at your disposal to carry out fi e risk assessments with a level of in depth knowledge and understanding.

Member price: £156.25 plus VAT Non-member price: £ 137.50 plus VAT

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The Fire Protection Association is the UK’s national fire safety organisation. Established in 1946 we have become recognised as an independent and authoritative source of information and advice on all aspects of fire safety, risk management and loss prevention. We offer the highest quality research, consultancy, training, publications, risk surveying and auditing services. FPA members enjoy discounts on virtually all products and services in addition to exclusive online access to a number of publications and resources and use of the FPA member logo. Members also receive a copy of our journal Fire Risk Management – see page 18 for further details.

Available through annual subscription or weekly access, fire-stream is a simple to use website for streaming New releases for 2015 FPA health and safety/fire safety video content Benefits at a glance: • video files are viewable on any platform/device • download additional supporting FPA materials and training aids • video links can be placed in your own LMS, intranets or Introduction to DSEAR Fire Protection: Managing Building Protection: Building Protection: in the workplace waste and recycling DVD Guide to fire doors Guide to glazing presentations Page 8 Page 17 Page 17 Page 17 • no compatibility issues – only broadband required • unlimited streaming within your fire-stream account • basic induction and sector-specific guidance • suitable for individual or group viewing • any combination of video modules available • video content covering a wide range of sectors • ideal for induction training or to form part of a comprehensive training course

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