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Fire Warden Services

Cityline Security has been carrying out Waking Watch and Fire Warden Services for our clients that includes L&Q Housing, Octavia Housing and Origin Housing since 2017
In L&Q we have been providing Waking Watch services for a number of their sites which includes George and Swift House Brent NW6 5BR in which we had 9 Waking Watch working 24/7 from June 2017 to December 2021.
In Octavia we have been providing Waking Watch service for Elizabeth House 341 High Road Wembley HA9 6BF since 2017 till the end of 2022 and continue the Mobile Patrol Services till date. In Elm Road we have been providing Waking Watch and Fire Warden services since February 2019 till date.
The duties of the Waking Watch includes the followings:
In the event of fire Waking Watch to instigate a simultaneous evacuation of all occupants of the building using air horns, radio communication and knocking on doors shouting FIRE.
Ensure that the Fire Service is called immediately; such is the importance of this action that one member of staff should be tasked with ensuring that this action has been taken, whether by that person or one of the other members of staff. The person will also need to meet the fire brigade on attendance and provide necessary information.
Reduce as far as reasonably practicable the evacuation time
Facilitate the evacuation of vulnerable people, using the list of vulnerable people within the core.
To confirm that all floors, stairwells, car park areas access roads and general estate are checked.
All communal doors operate correctly and self-close
All areas are clear and free from obstruction, including external areas and gardens.
No faults on alarm panels.
Riser cupboard doors are closed and locked.
Ensure that emergency vehicular access routes are clear.
Our Waking Watch and Fire Warden are all SIA licensed holders and hold additional certification in Waking Watch and Fire Warden.
Our working procedure is produced to comply with the recommendations laid out in the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) Guidance.