We like to consider our work environments unsurprising stations brimming with copiers, Keurig machines, and perhaps a couple of such a large number of gatherings. Nobody hopes to have a fire or other fiasco at work. Yet, truly when a fire breaks out, representatives’ lives can be on the line.

Consistently in places of business the nation over, workers hear the caution and should clear, or chance the risks of a consuming structure. You and your organization’s chiefs need to know how to direct a fire drill at work to set up your representatives to remain protected in case of a fire. By booking standard fire penetrates and preparing your group to act rapidly and securely, your organization can anticipate a coordinated crisis reaction and a superior possibility forestalling injury or death toll.

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However, fire drills are not only to prepare for fires. They train employees on a number of potentially life-saving skills, including:

  • How to leave the office quickly in case of any emergency or life safety situation
  • How to engage Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) when there’s a potential hazard
  • How to locate escape routes and where to go after vacating the premises
  • What to expect once emergency responders arrive
Step #1: Ensure everyone is on board

Now it’s time to get down to the drill. Once you have your fire evacuation plan in place, you know the routes. But it’s not as easy as heading to the nearest pull station and pulling the alarm. Everyone needs to be on board when you conduct a fire drill at work.

  1. First, you must ensure the entire fire team (from the warden on down) is trained on the evacuation procedures and ready to make the drill a success.
  2. Second, you need executive buy-in since the drill will take people away from the factory line, their desks, and the warehouse.
  3. Third, and perhaps most importantly, all employees need to understand the importance of the fire drill; otherwise, they won’t take it (or you) seriously.
Step #2: Communicate your plan
Step #3: Set goals
Step #4: Rehearse the procedure


Step #5: Observe and reflect

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