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Fire Action Notices

Fire Action Notices provide specific instruction on safety protocol in the event of a fire. It is recommended that Fire Action Notices are placed next to every manual call point. Fire Action Notices also feature ‘write-on’ areas where you can add your own details such as fire assembly points, personnel, or phone numbers. Our Fire Action Notices are fully compliant with all safety sign regulations.

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What Is A Fire Action Notice?

Fire action notices are vital for telling building occupants what to do in case of a fire. There are many notices which are designed to give various instructions so people know what to do in the event of a fire, including where the assembly point for the building is and how to raise the alarm.

The government recommends that fire action notices are placed next to every manual call point in the building.

Do All Buildings Legally Need Fire Action Notices?

Yes, fire action notices must be displayed in all commercial premises.

Where Should Fire Action Notices Be Positioned?

Best practice guidelines recommend that you display a Fire Action Notice next to every Fire Alarm call-point, and at every final exit door, where they are most likely to be seen in the event of fire.

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