Publication - Consultation analysis

Fire safety in high rise domestic buildings: analysis of consultation responses

Published: 4 Dec 2019

Analysis and key findings from our consultation on strengthening fire safety in high rise domestic buildings.

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Contents
Fire safety in high rise domestic buildings: analysis of consultation responses
1. Figures and tables

76 page PDF

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1. Figures and tables

1.1 Figures

Figure 1. Options for receiving fire safety information

Figure 2. Fire safety information providing good advice on stopping fires from happening

Figure 3. Fire safety information providing good advice on what to do if a fire starts

Figure 4. Fire safety information helping respondents understand the reasons behind fire safety

Figure 5. Fire safety information being easy to understand

Figure 6. Whether way for people to raise concerns about fire safety

Figure 7. Whether the process for raising concerns works

Figure 8. Whether more information on 'stay put' policy would be helpful

Figure 9. Clearer information on dangerous of items

Figure 10. Images on Dangerous Items - whether helpful

Figure 11. Process for removal of items left in common areas

Figure 12. Does process work

Figure 13. Preferences for receiving information on keeping common areas safe

Figure 14. Is it clear that the Guidance is aimed at those that own, factor, manage, give advice on and enforce standards?

Figure 15. Whether the guidance is clear for those expected to use it

Figure 16. Is it clear how guidance should be used in practice

Figure 17. Further information that should be included

Figure 18. Is guidance clear for those that factor, manage, give advice on and enforce standards

Figure 19. Should further information be included

Figure 20. Clarity of reasons for fire risk assessment

Figure 21. Is fire assessment method clearly explained in 7 step methodology

Figure 22. Further information necessary

Figure 23. Process in place for assessment and removal of items left in common areas (those that own, factor, manage, give advice on and enforce standards in high rise domestic buildings)

Figure 24. Confidence that process works in practice

Figure 25. Whether how to prevent the impact of fires is clear

Figure 26. Is how to reduce the impact of fires clearly explained

Figure 27. Any further information to be included

Figure 28. Are physical fire safety measures clearly explained

Figure 29. Further information needed

Figure 30. Risk - further information required

Figure 31. Useful to have information on physical fire safety measures in the guidance

Figure 32. Information on legislation clear

Figure 33. Is fire risk assessment template easy to use

Figure 34. Guidance straightforward to use by those that own, factor, manage, give advice on and enforce standards in high rise domestic buildings

Figure 35. Content is clear and easy to understand

Figure 36. Satisfaction with the consultation

Figure 37. Respondents' Satisfaction with using Citizen Space

Figure 38. Willingness to have response published

1.2 Tables

Table 1. Preferred method of receiving fire safety information

Table 2. Fire safety information -Follow-up responses

Table 3. Good advice on what to do if a fire starts - Follow up responses

Table 4. The reasons behind fire safety - Follow-up responses

Table 5. Easy to understand - Follow-up responses

Table 6. Way for people to raise concerns about fire safety - follow up

Table 7. Process for raising concerns - Follow up

Table 8. More information on the 'stay put' policy - Follow up

Table 9. Dangerous Items - follow-up

Table 10. Images - Follow-up

Table 11. Process - Follow-up

Table 12. Does Process work - follow-up

Table 13. Clear guidance on who it is applicable to - follow-up

Table 14. Guidance clear - follow-up

Table 15. Clarity of how the guidance should be used - follow-up

Table 16. Further information - follow-up

Table 17. Clear guidance - follow-up

Table 18. Clarity of reasons - follow-up

Table 19. 7 step methodology - follow-up

Table 20. Process - follow-up

Table 21. Process works - follow-up

Table 22. Preventing impact - follow-up

Table 23. Reduce impact - follow-up

Table 24. Further information - follow-up

Table 25. Physical fire safety measures - follow-up

Table 26. Further information - follow-up

Table 27. Further information - follow-up

Table 28. Physical fire safety guidance - follow-up

Table 29. Information on legislation - follow-up

Table 30. Template easy to use - Follow-up

Table 31. Ways to let people know the guidance is available

Table 32. Guidance straightforward follow-up

Table 33. Content is clear - follow-up


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