Means of Escape is currently giving away 100 copies of their new Guide to Fire Safety Signs, following the launch of the guide the first 100 registered users to log on and complete the feedback form will receive a copy hot off the press!
For your chance to win simply log on to www.means-of-escape.com and complete the feedback form.
Means of Escape has recently re-designed the Fire Safety Signs Guide following the introduction of the Regulatory Reform Order, the Disability Discrimination Act and to become harmonised with International Standards. The guide is due to be released hot off the press mid June following which it will be available to purchase from www.means-of-escape.com
The Disability Discrimination Act specifies the requirement for safe evacuation of disabled occupants in an emergency situation.
Safety signs make a positive contribution to ensuring adequate fire safety measures within public and commercial premises.
Following the introduction of the Regulatory Reform Order, organisations with more than 5 employees must ensure a fire risk assessment is carried out within their premises.
Fire safety signs are a key requirement within all public buildings ensuring safe and effective evacuation. Organisations should ensure they conform to the new British Standards and that they meet risk assessment requirements as it is now owners and managers who are responsible for fire safety.
The Fire Safety Signs Guide is one of a selection of publications covering various fire safety subjects aiming to inform organisations of their legal requirements and best fire safety management practice.
The new guide covers all areas regarding safety signs enabling you to take control and ensure your premises are up to date with the new standards.
Means of Escape is offering the opportunity to win one of 100 copies of the new guide, the first 100 individuals to log on to our website and complete the online form will receive a copy of the guide.
For further information or to pre-order your copy of the Fire Safety Signs Guide simply log on to www.means-of-escape.com or call 01268 242340.