How to Prepare for Emergencies

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Fire, bomb scare, wall collapse, chemical spill - we all hope emergencies will not occur, but a sad fact of life is that they do. So we need to adopt procedures for use in emergencies well before they happen if we are to minimise their traumatic effects... 1. Install smoke alarms and fire extinguishers. Some of the most common emergencies are fire-related. You can be prepared by taking some simple precautions. Contact your local fire service and ask them to visit your premises and provide advice on the strategic placement of fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, and other necessary precautions. Several smoke alarms and fire extinguishers will be required on most sites. The key is to install and maintain. Prepare a schedule that ensures you test your equipment on a regular basis. Clean the equipment annually and have regular alerts to check the efficiency of equipment and procedures. 2. Introduce procedures for bomb [...]