It is important to know about Fire Risk Assessments in order to do the right thing in the time and place caused by fire. A fire risk assessment should be conducted by those who are trained well, have many experience in this field and have much knowledge concerning fire safety. There are at least five steps that should be taken to practice the risk assessment. The first step is identifying the fire hazards. If there is a fire there must be one of the three elements that presents in the place: ignition, oxygen and fuel. But mostly, the cause of fire is due to ignition and fuel while the oxygen comes from the air in the surrounding place in which the fire happens.
In conducting Fire Risk Assessment, someone should know what sources that causes something to burn. As aforementioned, there are two common sources that cause to fire: the ignition and the fuel. The ignition consists of six elements: naked flames, hot work, hot surface, friction, sparks, and arson. On the other hand, the fuel that has a chance to create fire consists of solids, liquids and gases. The second step in conducting fire risk assessment is identifying people who are in risk caused by fire. If fire happens, there must be fire, heat and smoke all around the burned place. The task for you is try to give warning for people who are in burning place and if the fire has begun, save people who are trapped in fire.
The next steps are evaluating the risks, recording the findings and reviewing as well as revising. In evaluating step, you should be able to control the possibility of ignition. In the recording the finding stage, you should record the findings of risk assessment you conducted while in the reviewing and revising the risk assessment stage, you can read, review and revise your prior premises to create the perfect new one.