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What does it mean for a hotel to be fire-safe?
Hotel fire risk. The term “fire safety” does not have a single definition. It is impossible to say that any hotel is fire-safe if “fire-safe” is used to indicate that there is no chance of a fire happening. On the basis of the installed fire suppression systems and the safety procedures followed by certain hotels, we are able to identify some hotels as being significantly safer than others.
When your hotel has a robust fire safety program, you can relax knowing that your establishment conforms with local laws and that both your staff and visitors will be safe. Additionally, when your fire safety program is effective, your staff members will be fully prepared to act should there be a fire at the hotel.
Even to those who have not received fire safety training, some basic fire safety assessments are clear. Extinguishers, sprinklers, and smoke alarms are a few examples. Other things might not be obvious because many people don’t connect them to fire safety. For instance, passive protection measures like smoke seals on solid-fire rated guest and corridor doors, fire-stopped cable penetrations, and making sure there are no compartmentation breaches throughout the entire structure. Fire safety often overlooks the importance of passive fire prevention.
Hotel fire risk do you fail to notice it?
If you are uncertain about the fire safety of your hotel, please contact us so we can conduct a free audit.
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