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Fire Safety Risk Assessment for Sebright
Sebright is a No Smoking Property.

People at risk at Sebright include both guests and employees of either Scottish Cottages or the Owners of Sebright People especially at risk: The most vulnerable guests are young children, the elderly and those with mobility difficulties, who may be unable to escape without assistance.

Do not allow smoking or naked flames near gas central heating boiler. Turn off appliances at plug at night.

Room by Room Risk Assessment

Hall cupboard.

Fire Hazard:

None identified

Evaluation of Risk and Risk Reduction:

Low Risk

Information to reduce risk:

Do not store hazardous material in cupboard.

Escape Details

Not applicable


Lounge and Dining area.

Fire Hazard:

Electric Fire
Decorative Candle Sticks
Electrical Appliances

Evaluation of Risk and Risk Reduction:

High Risk
Smoke Alarm Fitted

Information to reduce risk:

ONLY place lit candles in candle sticks and on a safe surface eg the mantle piece.
NEVER leave a lit fire or burning candle unattended.
Do not place flammable materials close to electric fire.
Always unplug at end of evening
Routinely CHECK that the SMOKE ALARM is working.
Do not place combustible materials eg paper/ fabric near to the fire.
Turn off appliances at plug at night

Escape Details

Quickly exit the lounge/dining area through the door leading to the hallway. Turn left and leave building through the front door.

Kitchen

Fire Hazard:
Oven/ Grill/ Hob
Toaster/ Microwave


Evaluation of Risk and Risk Reduction:

Moderate Risk

Fire Blanket and fire extinguisher supplied


Information to reduce risk:

Follow all safety procedures when cooking, especially with heating cooking oil.

Turn appliances off when not in use


Escape Details

Quickly exit kitchen through the utility door at rear of kitchen. Then proceed to leave building through back door.

Main toilet/bathroom

Fire Hazard:

None identified


Evaluation of Risk and Risk Reduction:

Low Risk


Information to reduce risk:

Do not allow naked flames.


Escape Details

Quickly exit the toilet through the door leading to the hallway. Proceed along hallway and leave building through the front door.

En-suite shower rooms

Fire Hazard:

None identified


Evaluation of Risk and Risk Reduction:

Low Risk


Information to reduce risk:

Do not allow naked flames.


Escape Details

Quickly exit shower rooms into bedrooms. Exit bedrooms into hallway. Proceed along hallway and leave building through the front door.


Front bedroom

Fire Hazard:

None identified


Evaluation of Risk and Risk Reduction:

Low Risk

Smoke Alarm


Information to reduce risk:

Routinely CHECK that the SMOKE ALARM is working


Escape Details

Quickly exit the bedroom through the door leading to the hallway. Turn right and leave building through the front door.


Back bedrooms

Fire Hazard:

None identified


Evaluation of Risk and Risk Reduction:

Low Risk

Smoke Alarm


Information to reduce risk:

Routinely CHECK that the SMOKE ALARM is working


Escape Details

Quickly exit the back bedrooms through the door leading to the hallway. Proceed along hallway and leave building through the front door.


Utility room

Fire Hazard:

Gas central heating boiler
Electrical appliances



Evaluation of Risk and Risk Reduction:

Moderate Risk

Information to reduce risk:

Do not allow smoking or naked flames near gas central heating boiler
Turn off appliances at plug at night


Escape Details

Quickly exit the utility room through the back door



All furniture and mattresses conform to modern Fire Safety Regulations
(2001 onwards)
If you cannot fight a fire with extinguishing materials please follow this procedure:
SHOUT A WARNING / RAISE THE ALARM
EVACUATE THE BUILDING THROUGH ESCAPE ROUTE(S)
CLOSE THE DOORS BEHIND YOU TO MINIMISE THE SPREAD OF FIRE
ACCOUNT FOR ALL OCCUPANTS
CALL THE FIRE BRIGAGE 01369 704446

If all major escape routes become blocked, gather everyone together into one room, close the door and place towels or bedding along the bottom to seal the gap. Open a window staying close to it to breathe the fresh air and raise the alarm to neighbours.

Updated August 2007

Further Advice
For further help and assistance with regards Fire Safety Law contact:
www.infoscotland.com/firelaw
www.healthyworkinglives.com
Regional Fire Services Websites:
www.strathclydefire.org
www.centralscotlandfire.gov.uk
www.hifb.org

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