Hirers Health &
· Ensure that you are aware of all the
emergency exit points.
· Ensure at least annually that all your users
know where the assembly point is (Lawn in the centre of bungalows) and the
evacuation procedures listed below.
· Ensure that any seating or table
arrangements DO NOT BLOCK THE FIRE EXITS, and always leave free direct
passageways to the exits.
· If a fire occurs whilst you are using
Sound alarm by
activating one of the fire alarm points
Call the Fire Service
by telephoning 999 and give them the Community Centre address
Leave the building by
the nearest exit
Report to the
assembly point and ensure all users are accounted for
Do not delay exiting
by stopping to collect personal belongings
Do not fight the fire
unless you are trained to do so
(including the use of Electronic Cigarette’s) is not permitted anywhere on the Community
Centre premises and users are requested not to smoke outside the main entrance.
first aid box is available in the small kitchen at the front of the building.
details of all accidents in the accident book located next to the first aid box.
portable electrical equipment brought into the hall must have been Portable
Appliance Tested (PAT tested).
Should anyone using the centre come across a fault, damage or
other problem which might cause injury and cannot be rectified immediately,
they should inform the caretaker or the Bookings Officer, as soon as possible
so that the problem can be dealt with.
· Where equipment is damaged a temporary notice should be placed on
it warning that it is not to be used.
Any spillages should be cleaned up immediately and where necessary
reported to the Cleaning Staff or Bookings Officer for further action.
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