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As per record of Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, around 20,000 people die every year till date due to fire incident only. Fire in any occupancy has potential to cause severe damages to both life and property. Fire Safety audit is an effective tool for assessing fire safety status in industries, laboratories, office, hotel, malls, hospitals, schools etc. The audit helps to identify the areas for improvement in fire safety measures in fire prevention, protection and mitigation system in case of fire. The audit provides an action plan which is a useful for fire prevention and mitigation and emergency preparedness.

MSS conducts Fire Safety Audit as per The Factories Act, the Petroleum Act, the CEA Regulation & National Building Code of India and other relevant safety standards

MSS audit report offers a comprehensive guidance in improvement on Fire & safety and environmental issues for industries viz. petrochemicals, chemicals, cement, power sectors, fertilizer, insecticide, pharmaceuticals, paper and also for engineering firms, construction sites, hotel, hospital, residential and business buildings, offices, malls, schools, premises, etc. The Fire Audit will be conducted as per government norms namely as IS 2190 & National Building Code 2005 Part IV as per latest revision of that time besides the MP Land Development rules formulated Under MP Town & Country Planning Act 1973, The Factories Act, the Petroleum Act, the CEA Regulation of India and other relevant safety standards

Safety Audit is carried out by experts and experienced BE Fire in the respective fields who examine fire management system, fire facilities and activities of the organization on safety aspects assess the prevailing hazards, the level of prevention, protection and emergency management preparedness and subsequently prepare a recommendation to upgrade safety inputs to avert mishaps and limit consequences. Verify compliance with established standards (regulations, internal policies and industry wise standards of practice)

Identify deviation from designed and planned operating and maintenance procedure and standards.

Identify conditions or operating procedures that could lead to an accident and significant losses to life or property.