What will you do if there is a fire in the classroom?
- Sound The Alarm. Anyone discovering an outbreak of fire must, without hesitation, sound the alarm by operating the nearest fire alarm call point.
- Call The Fire Service.
- Roll Call.
How can we prevent school fires? School fire prevention
Exterior lighting with timers, motion- or daylight-detection sensors. Shrubbery and trees trimmed to keep areas around the building unobstructed. Intrusion alarms on doors, windows, ventilator openings and roof hatches. Trash receptacles stored away from buildings to reduce danger of fire.
How many exits should a classroom have? • Exit doors from classrooms
Classrooms having an occupant load of 50 or more must have two exit access doorways. Standard-use classrooms and music classrooms (e.g. band, orchestra, or choir) typically do not require a second exit unless 1,000 square feet or more in area, or are occupied by 50 or more people.
Do classrooms have fire extinguishers? School fire safety equipment required by NFPA
Fire detection, fire sprinkler systems, and fire extinguishers are all required in most educational occupancies, with some exceptions for the first two items.