Leader in Fire, Electrical & Safety Compliance Services

Home >  Blog >  Why Resort Fire Safety Rules Are Necessary

Why Resort Fire Safety Rules Are Necessary

Posted on 7 May 2019
Why Resort Fire Safety Rules Are Necessary

When people stay in a resort they all expect it to be safe and that in the event of a fire they will be able to leave safely. Resort owners' primary concern is that guests enjoy their safe stay. Apart from offering first-rate services, this involves ensuring optimum life safety. Fire safety in resorts is delicate: You have to protect various aspects with different environmental conditions and ensure that guests adhere to resort fire safety rules.

Resorts require devices that quickly detect the first sign of fire like smoke alarms and a fire sprinkler system and direct the guests safely out of the danger zone. Fire protection system has to be highly dependable, installation of an adequate number of fire extinguishers is a must.

Resort Fire Safety


Fire Hazards in Resorts


Just like any building, Resorts are vulnerable to fires but there are particular areas that make the fire prevention systems and plans more complicated. For starters, resorts have a higher occupancy load because of the numerous rooms in addition to countless guests that may spend any given night.

Additionally, unlike other business spaces, guests are not familiar with the structure and possible escape routes. Resorts have restaurants kitchens that add a great risk of fire as a result of open flames, flammable grease traps, and storage of flammable substances.

Resort Fire Safety Rules:

  • Designate a person to be responsible for fire safety in the resort.
  • Maintain a Fire Safety Register containing information relating to fire safety systems, management procedures, and training.
  • Prepare an Emergency Response Plan.
  • Prepare some Resort Fire Safety Rules
  • Ensure that every member of staff receives information, instruction, and training in fire
  • Safety in accordance with their duties.
  • Organise a planned and documented fire evacuation drill in the resort at least once a year.
  • Have a regular Fire Risk Assessment carried out and take corrective action.

Ensure that the structure has properly installed, professionally maintained, and regularly inspected fire protection systems throughout the building. These include:


1. Fire Sprinkler Systems


Fire sprinklers are essential for protecting your resort rooms around the clock, whether your rooms are occupied or vacant. Fire sprinklers can prevent a fire from spreading from one room to the next, minimizing downtime for your resort and reducing the number of displaced guests.


2. Fire Evacuation Routes


You should have a fire evac with more than one escape route listed. Depending on the floor plan of your resort, it's important that your guests have more than one way to safely get out of the building in case a fire breaks out along one of the route options. 


3. Fire Alarms


Having a working, well-maintained fire alarm system is crucial for keeping your resort building up to code and safe for your overnight guests. To ensure that it is in evacuation routes posted in each room working order and ready to alert guests of a fire emergency at any time of day or night you should have your system inspected regularly by a professional fire protection company.


4. Fire Extinguishers


Local standards will differ, but an ABE fire extinguisher is the most versatile and common type because it can put out fire caused by ordinary materials (paper, plastic, trash), flammable liquids (oil, grease, gasoline), and electrical equipment (appliances, computers, wiring). Many guests will know how to use fire extinguishers, but they should be clearly labeled within rooms, common areas, and hallways.

What Resort Managers Can Do To Prevent Resort Fires:

Resort managers and owners can ensure room fire safety and help prevent fires on their property by installing appropriate fire protection systems, also ensuring that people follow Resort Fire Safety Rules:

  • Every room has a smoke detector or alarm
  • Their doors are self-closing in stairwells to help confine smoke, flames, and heat
  • Sprinkler and alarm systems are tested regularly by fire protection companies
  • Employees are knowledgeable and trained with the emergency response protocol
  • Hallways, doors, and stairwells are clear of obstructions

FCF can provide a wide range of services for all of your resort's fire safety and protection needs. We are proud to provide owners and managers of resort properties with full-service fire protection everything from installing and maintaining fire safety equipment such as fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, fire detection systems, exit and emergency lighting with 5-year exit light warranty. We also offer fire compliance services, hydrant testing, online first response fire training, evacuation diagrams, RCD testing, electrical works and much more.

We Are Proud To Service 7,600 Clients

Latest News

FCF Launches Customer Service Hub

Posted by Jacob Foster on 28 May 2020
  FCF values each and every one of our customers, no matter the size. With this in mind, and our ultimate...

Saving Costs After the Shutdown

Posted by Jacob Foster on 20 April 2020
As an account manager or asset manager, you're under pressure to lower the businesses' bottom line. W...

Cutting Costs After the Shutdown

Posted by Jacob Foster on 17 April 2020
Every business owner I know is currently looking at costs and expenses. One that is often overlooked, is costs t...
Read all
FCF - AUSTRALIAN FIRE, ELECTRICAL, SAFETY AND TRAINING SERVICES

Please tick to verify that you are not a robot

 
  • memberships

  • FCF - AUSTRALIAN FIRE, ELECTRICAL, SAFETY AND TRAINING SERVICES
  • FCF - AUSTRALIAN FIRE, ELECTRICAL, SAFETY AND TRAINING SERVICES
  • FCF - AUSTRALIAN FIRE, ELECTRICAL, SAFETY AND TRAINING SERVICES

FCF Head Office

1/6 Victory East Street,
Urangan, Queensland 4655