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Fire Risk Assessment - Temporary Structures
TO BE COMPLETED FOR EACH UNIT/STALL IN LINE WITH NATIONALLY RECOGNISED FIRE
RISK ASSESSMENT GUIDES
In order to comply with relevant fire safety legislation you MUST complete a
Fire Risk Assessment of your unit.
The Risk Assessment needs to identify the fire hazards and persons at risk. You must endeavour to remove or
reduce these risks and protect people from fire. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in your unit
being prohibited from use. You must be able to answer YES to the following questions. This signed and completed
form must be maintained available for inspection by the Fire & Rescue Service / Event Organiser / Council
You must undertake a Fire Risk Assessment for each unit, which must be suitable for the circumstances. You do not need to use this form and
may use another method if you wish, however, this form is considered to be suitable for most food concession units.
1.
venue?
2.
manage the event?
3. Is there means of controlling the occupancy
numbers?
Event
Unit Name and Location
Date and Time Start Finish
Unit Details Person in Charge
Type and use of
Structure
Number of Storeys
Size (m
2
)
Maximum
Occupancy
Public Total
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4. Is there adequate provision of warning in case
of fire?
5. Are suitable fire exits available? e.g. Do they
open in the direction of escape?
6. Are there adequate numbers of fire exits for
occupancy numbers?
7. Are the fire exits adequately indicated with
correct signage?
8. Are the internal escape routes clearly
indicated?
9. Are the escape routes clear from
obstructions?
10. Is adequate emergency lighting available?
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11. Have all ignition sources been identified?
12. Are suitable control measures in place to
reduce/control the ignition sources?
13. Are Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders
being used and/or stored at the venue? (If
N/A go to 15)
N/A
14. Are there suitable control measures in place
for LPG?
15. Is adequate and suitable firefighting
equipment provided?
16. Are sta trained to use firefighting
equipment?
17. Are the structural materials and decorations/
hangings fire retardant?
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18. Is there suitable fire appliance access to
venue?
19. Is there a minimum of 6m separation between
structures?
20. Are provisions in place to assist persons
especially at risk? e.g. the disabled.
21. Has the safety of young persons been
considered?
22. Has the possible eects of arson been
considered? e.g. secure rubbish compound.
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If answer to any question is “NO”, please detail below actions taken to remedy the situation.
Stallholder /
Responsible Person
Signature Print Name Date
Designation
Company
PLEASE NOTE: This document does not preclude you from prosecution or removal from the site should a
subsequent inspection reveal unsatisfactory standards.
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