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Fire Risk Assessment Input Forms

 

TIRA has been designed to be modular, in this we mean if you learn how to input records into the Fire module the principles are appropriately the same for all the other risk assessment types covered by the application.  This will greatly increase the speed at which new user can become accustomed to and prolific in managing their risk assessment responsibilities via TIRA.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

 

When you first load TIRA the program will place the focus to to the Ref ID field. TIRA initially generates a unique reference number which may be changed now or later to match your own referencing convention..

 

Header Tab

 

Fire Reference No: Unique identification allocated to the risk assessment (duplicate Ref IDs are not permitted)


Location / Site: Identifies where the Fire risk assessment applies to


Premises Being Assessed: Records details of premises being fire risk assessed


Assessor One and Two: Records the details of the any individuals assisting in the risk assessment process, typically the employees with fire duty responsibilities etc this will vary from company to company

 

Date: Fire assessment undertaken on

 

Time: Fire assessment undertaken at

 

Review Date: Date the Fire risk assessment should be reviewed for accuracy and continuing suitability.

 

Review Not Required: Prevents the programme from placing the Fire assessment on the overdue remainder report after its review date is past.  Typically used where companies are leasing, renting or unlikely to be in the same premises next time the review is due.

 

Navigation Bar: (bottom left) Provides the following ways to navigate through records;

 

First Record

Previous Record

Number of Record within Record-set

Next Record

Last Record

Filter Box

Search Box

 

Duplicate Record: Will replicate an exact copy of the Fire risk assessment and allocate a unique and temporary reference ID. (see duplicate record for further details)

 

The tabs across the Fire input form are split into logical groups of questions that would be asked during a Fire  risk assessment.  The layout my change slightly from tab to tab but the principal is then same throughout.  Questions on the left, followed by a yes / no / na and blank response and any relevant comments.  Some questions may have check box yes / no responses only, the reason will be evident in such cases.

 

Tip: When in the yes / no / na field the response can be toggle between the 3 possible answers by

 

a) double clicking the mouse whilst hovering over the field,

b) pressing the space-bar whilst the field has the focus i.e is highlighted yellow.

 

Header Page Button:  Quickly return you to the header details page from any tab

 

Jump to Actions Button: Quickly takes you to the actions tab for entering any concerns found during the Fire risk assessment

 

Back to Previous Button: Quickly returns you back to the tab you were working in when you clicked on the Jump to Actions Button.  This allows user to quickly flick between the findings page and the actions tab for easily entering concerns without losing their place within the Fire input form.

 

Data entered into any fields in the Fire assessment input pages is replicated into a professionally designed Fire risk assessment report.

 

The Fire risk assessment asks question to covers the following areas;

 

Fire Sources

Those at Risk

Policy and Procedures

Fire Precautions

Means of Escape

Training

Maintenance

 

Further tabs are listed on the Fire Introduction page.

 

For more details on TIRA's General Risk Assessment module please refer to the help support for FIRE our Fire Premises Risk Assessment Management software.

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