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Question: If you discover a fire, what is your first responsibility?
Question: Which of the following actions should you take when evacuating the building?
(Select all that apply)
Question: Should you raise the alarm if the fire is small enough to tackle yourself?
Question: In the event of a fire, should you close the windows and doors?
Question: What should you do if you see smoke emitting from the gaps around a door?
Question: What should you do if you are unsure whether there is a fire in a room?
Question: Once you are at the assembly point, what can you do to help the person in charge?
(Select all correct answers)
Question: According to Ofsted, how often should a fire risk assessment be carried out?
Question: Which are the 3 elements of the fire triangle needed for a fire to start?
(Select the 3 that apply)
Question: If a portable electric heater needs to be used, what is a safe distance to position it from anything that can catch light (e.g, paper or curtains)?
Question: Name the 3 main ways in which fire spreads:
Question: Kitchen fires (involving cooking oil and fats) should be put out with which of the following:
Question: Why are fire drills important?
Question: Who is responsible for reporting fire safety issues in a childcare setting?
Question: Do you need to close fire doors during the day?