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Are you aware that fire safety for Specialised Housing is regulated by the Fire Authority and Local Authority?
Find out more about your fire safety responsibilities.
You can find further information on Specialised Housing on the Elderly Accommodation Counsel website
Here are some top tips for preparing and dealing with an emergency at your business premises.
Take some time to look through these frequently asked questions that you may find helpful:
Do your residents require a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (or PEEP)?
All relevant persons within the premises require a suitable and sufficient Emergency Evacuation Plan. Where it is identified that a person is not independently able to evacuate from the premises (i.e. without assistance), they should be provided with a PEEP.
• Residents living in your premises
• Your staff
• Contractors and visitors
All PEEPS must take into account and be supported by the premises’ fire risk assessment.
Further ways you can help your residents stay safe in their homes:
Did you know you that your residents might be eligible for individual free KFRS safe and well visit?
If they're not eligible for a Safe and Well Visit, did you know there are extra steps they can take to help keep themselves safe?
There is a selection of fire safety aids available to buy that can help individuals stay safe and independent, including:
- Smoke alarms with warning lights and vibrating pads for the deaf or hard-of-hearing
- Fire-resistant sheets and pillowcases
- Remote smoking ashtrays
- Automatic shut-off switches for ovens and hobs
- Electrical socket guards
- External post boxes
- Key safes.
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