fire assembly

fire assembly

The assembly of a fire door, fire window, or fire damper, including all required hardware, anchorage, frames, and sills. Also see self-closing fire assembly.
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Hard stand area around the circumference of the class rooms and fire assembly point.
When I spot one, I can't stop myself dashing out and standing by the designated fire assembly point.
One worker, who did not want to be named, said: "Everyone got to the fire assembly point outside and a fire extinguisher came flying out through the window.
Right then, I suppose we had better go," he told the class, leading us out to the fire assembly point on the front hockey pitch of Sullivan Upper School.
We saw the majority of the health and safety signs including 'mind the step', fire exits and the Fire Assembly point in the car park.
All staff and pupils were spoken for at the fire assembly point within four minutes.
Merseyside fire authority is due to approve a reform package that would see the establishment of a north west regional fire assembly.
The proposal is based on a pounds 2 million redevelopment of the current site and the transfer of the Baxi gas fire assembly from Preston to Birmingham.
Only by regular surprise fire practices will tortoises learn to look after themselves and come to know that at the first sound of the alarm they should make their way to the designated fire assembly point (no running on the stairs) and that under no circumstances should they return to their boxes for valuables.
Manufacturers across North America have proven the fire performance of SIP systems through some of the most extensive fire assembly testing in the construction industry.