You are required to carry-out Hazard and Risk Assessment using the given library map (Figure In attached file with mane FV3103)
1) and the same method which you have selected and presented in CW1(risk assessment method was a preliminary hazard Assessment) . You should consider the map as an imaginary library and you can hypothetically use your judgements to create the scenario for the necessary provisions, measurements and occupant load for the Library.
Guidelines to prepare report:
A. Introduction of the Library: Summary about the scenario and reasonable assumptions for the Occupant load, Fire load, (Fire hazard can be happen )geometry of the occupancy.
B. Risk Assessment: by using the same method which has been used earlier (in CW1 preliminary hazard Assessment method ); you must include identification of the hazards or specific occupancy related accident scenario, procedure/steps as per its methodology, critical analysis/evaluation. fully description with using table and risk evaluation matrix .
please find attached for example .
Minimum fire hazards finding 10
B. Suggest by using critical assessment skills: the considerable Fire prevention and protection measures to be provided in the occupancy. (you may refer NFPA/ISO/BS/OSHA)
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