Estates Management record 2015/16 - Number of other false fire alarm activationsNumberOfOtherFalseFireAlarmActivations
Estates Management record 2015/16
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Number of other false fire alarm activations
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The fields in this entity contain data about the number of other false fire alarm activations.
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All higher education providers (HEPs).
The definition of another false fire alarm activation is when a fire alarm system is activated by actuation of a detector, device or accidental manual call point resulting in the sounding of the fire alarm in a building which is not a fire incident.
This includes false alarm with good intent (where someone raises the alarm in the belief there is a fire in the building), activations through equipment defects, environmental conditions etc.
Causes of a false activation can include:
Exclude external fires in the number of fire alarm activations, unless the fire alarm system in a building was activated as a direct result of that incident e.g. bin fires, skip fires, BBQ's, uncontrolled bonfires
Exclude those occuring in space not managed by the HEP.
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