uk STAFF and patients at Altnagelvin Hospital faced possible "death or injury" because of lax fire precautions a review reported five years ago, we can reveal.
What does FPWR stand for?
FPWR stands for Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997 (UK)
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We have 3 other meanings of FPWR in our Acronym Attic
- Force Protection Working Group
- Foreign Policy Working Group
- Future Planning Working Group (Japan)
- Fireplace Warehouse (Colorado)
- From Paris With Love (blog)
- Fair Point, Well Made
- Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant
- Fall Protection Work Plan (Washington State Department of Labor and Industries)
- Family Planning Waiver Program (Medicaid; Wisconsin)
- Female Prisoners Welfare Project (est. 1986; UK)
- Foundation for Prader-Willi Research (various locations)
- Five Points West Regional Library (Birmingham, AL)
- Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors (Rye, UK)
- Federation for Palestinian Workers' Syndicates
- First Person Weapon View (gaming)
- First People World Wide (indigenous people advocacy)
- Fachvereinigung Polystyrol Extruderschaumstoff (German: Extruded Polystyrene Foam Association; Rossendorf, Germany)
- Field-Programmable Port Extender
- Financial Post Index
- Financial Process Exchange (Malaysia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The proposals are not intended to impose any additional legal obligations on existing flats, beyond those already in place under the Fire Precautions (Flats) Regulations 1996.
Investigators blamed lax fire precautions and suspected staff negligence for the blaze, which gutted the basement bar in the Yongdo district.
Housing enforcement officers carried out an inspection and found severe damp and mould and no fire precautions.
South Korean investigators Thursday blamed lax fire precautions and suspected staff negligence for a karaoke bar blaze that killed eight customers.
The problem is that to make a basement habitable and comply with building regulations, the rooms must be made dry, ventilation and fire precautions must be incorporated and there must be a satisfactory means of escape should a fire occur.
He added: "Many small B&Bs have closed rather than substantially alter their family homes or spend a five-figure sum, when they already have appropriate fire precautions, in order to offer hospitality to a couple of guests.
Mr Campbell said: "If you employ people you must take general fire precautions to ensure, for example, that the risk of fire on your premises and the risk of the spread of fire is reduced and that an appropriate means of escape can be safely and effectively used.