Fire Safety

 The Fire Safety Team are part of the Estates and Facilities Division and have offices at both Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and Cheltenham General Hospital.

 

Introduction

 Fire is a potential hazard in all NHS hospitals/premises and represents both high life and fire risk areas. The outcome of fire in hospitals can be especially serious because of the difficulties associated with the emergency evacuation of patients, many of whom may be highly dependent.

The aim is to ensure that fires do not occur in the first instance, and where they do occur they are rapidly detected, effectively contained and quickly extinguished. Involvement in fire safety is a specific duty of all staff.

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is committed to the improvements of requirements as defined in “FIRECODE” and in full to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, to ensure that fire safety precautions are in force for all persons in premises owned, occupied, or the responsibility of the Trust.

The Trust Board is committed to providing the appropriate resources and support in order to provide a safe environment for patients, staff, visitors and others affected by the activities of the Trust.

Fire Safety Team

If you would like help or advice regarding any fire safety issues whether for work or the home, do not hesitate to contact your Fire Safety Advisors

Tracy Pickett - Fire Safety Manager

CGH 3109

 email

Steve Rowe - Fire Safety Approved Person

CGH 3110

email

Barry Davis - Fire Safety Specialist

CGH 3173

 email

Andy Sanders - Fire Safety Advisor

CGH 4176

 email