Fire safety at schoolАпрель 23, 2019
At the moment, all general education institutions have certain fire safety rules that regulate fire safety measures in the school. In particular, the law establishes that the headmaster and managers are responsible for ensuring fire safety in the school. It is they who are responsible for the observance of the following.
The school’s safety standards and the safekeeping of schools. The manual must ensure that the fire control systems are in good working order and that all necessary safety systems are in place. In particular, warning systems.
The regulations not only provide for automatic firefighting and fire alarm systems in schools, but also for teachers and staff to be instructed on fire safety in the school. This is necessary to improve fire safety in the school, so that in the event of an accident, adults can react correctly and take children out of the dangerous building in one piece. Children are also given special lessons on fire safety at school. They are taught safety precautions, fire protection measures, evacuation rules and the operation of primary firefighting equipment.
The headmaster should be aware that, according to current regulations, primary fire-fighting equipment in the school must be in place. A fire panel with all necessary equipment and fire extinguishers should be located in a visible location. If a fire is detected, staff should be able to use the fire extinguishers without hindrance. This can help to quickly eliminate the fire and prevent a serious fire. All emergency exits should be free and the key should be kept by school friends.
Of course, children should know that campfires on school property are unacceptable. In addition, the leadership should pay attention to the fact that the territory of children’s educational institutions should be kept clean at all times. Fallen leaves, dried grass, flammable waste, paper, etc. – All this should be cleaned up regularly and taken out of the school premises in a timely manner, as it often causes a risk of fire safety in the school.