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1 2B - ACCOMMODATION QUESTIONNAIRE HELP GUIDE Version 10 Questions

2 2B.1 What is the Accommodation type? Hotel Aparthotel Apartment Studio Chalet Villa Other 2B.1.1 If 'Other' please provide details: B.2 What is the maximum capacity of the property? B.2 How many people can stay at the property? 2B.3 How many bedrooms/apartments are there within this property? B.3 How many rooms are there in the property? 2B.4 Has this property been adapted for use by disabled persons? 2B.4 Disabled Access 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 2 of 28

3 2B.5 What type of building is this: Type 1. Single Storey, bungalow or chalet? 1 Type 2. Three floors and below, Hotels and Apartments with corridors open to air? Type 3. Three floors and below, Hotels and Apartments with enclosed corridors? Type 4. Four floors and above, Hotels and Apartments with corridors open to air? Type 5. Four floors and above, Hotels and Apartments with enclosed corridors? B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 3 of 28

4 2B.6 How many upper floors (including ground) are there within this building? B.6 Example of six upper floors B.7 How many floors are there below ground level? B.7 Example of two floors below ground level B.7 Example of three floors below ground level B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 4 of 28

5 2B.8 How many stairways (main and emergency) are available for use in an emergency? B.9 How many stairways (main and emergency) do NOT discharge directly to outside or close* to an exit to outside? * Close to means within sight of the exit to outside B.9 Example of a stairway within sight of exit to outside 2B.10 Do any corridors have dead ends longer than 10m? (A dead end is any area where escape in an emergency is only possible in one direction) No corridors in the property 2B.10 Example of a corridor with a dead end of approximately 15 metres, measuring from A to the EXIT EXIT or Stairway A A 3m 3m 3m 3m 3m 2B.10 Example of a corridor with a dead end of approximately 12 metres, reaching the point of two directions, measuring from A to B B Exit or Stairway 3m 3m 3m 3m 3m Exit or Stairway A A 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 5 of 28

6 2B.11 Are all internal main and emergency stairways entered through self -closing smoke/fire stop doors (either self-closing or linked to the fire alarm) on all floors? No stairways in property 2B.11 Example of entry through a self-closing fire door 2B.11 Example of self-closing fire door mechanism 2B.12 Are fire doors fitted to ground floor and basement 'risk areas' within the property (Risk areas include kitchens, boiler rooms, electrical switch rooms, etc.) No risk areas in the property at ground level or basement levels 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 6 of 28

7 2B.12 Example of ground floor and basement B.12 Example of fire doors fitted Risk Room SC = Self Closing Fire Door SC 2B.13 Are enclosed corridors more than 30 metres long divided by self-closing smoke stop doors? No corridors more than 30metres long in property 2B.13 Example of corridor more than 30 metres long not divided by self-closing stop doors Stairway Stairway 42m 2B.13 Example of corridor more than 30 metres long divided by self-closing smoke stops doors. Stairway Stairway 21m 21m 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 7 of 28

8 2B.14 Does the property have an atrium? (An atrium is a vertical space within a building passing through one or more floors) 2B.14 Examples of atria 2B.14.1 Is there a method of ventilating the atrium to release smoke in the event of a fire? 2B.14.1 Examples of venting the atrium 2B.15 Are stairways kept clear of obstructions at all times? No stairways in the property 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 8 of 28

9 2B.16 Are all Fire Exits openable at all times. 2B.16 Example of a locked fire exit 2B.17 Are Exit doors properly marked with EXIT (running man) signs? 2B.17 Exit sign (Running Man) 2B.18 Are all Exit doors unobstructed? 2B.18 Obstructed Exit door 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 9 of 28

10 2B.19 Are all final Exit doors unobstructed externally? 2B.20 Are escape routes (corridors/passageways) free from obstructions? No corridors or passageways in property 2B.20 Stairway obstructed by mattresses 2B.21 Are EXIT signs displayed in public areas? 2B.22 Are there two (or more) exits from all discothèques, entertainment areas, conference rooms located below ground level? No discothèques, entertainment areas or conference rooms located below ground level in property 2B.22 Two or more exits 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 10 of 28

11 2B.23 Is the route to all emergency exits clearly signed? 2B.23 Common directional signs 2B.24 Are final EXIT signs clearly visible? 2B.24 Clearly visible final EXIT signs 2B.25 Are 'Action in Case of Fire' signs displayed in rooms/apartments? 2B.25 Examples of fire action notices 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 11 of 28

12 2B.26 Do you have an electrical fire alarm system? 2B.26 Example of an electrical fire alarm system Control Panel Sounders Call Points 2B.26.1 Are call points available near to doors into stairways? No stairways in the property 2B.26.1 Examples of types of call point Break - Glass Pull Station 2B.26.2 Are call points available near to final exits? 2B.26.2 Call points near to final exit 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 12 of 28

13 2B.26.3 Are call points available near to risk areas? For example kitchens, boiler rooms or electrical switch rooms No risk areas in property 2B.26.4 Is there a central indicator panel for the fire alarm system? 2B.26.4 Example of a central indicator panel 2B State the location: B.26.5 Is the fire alarm tested? 2B.26.5 Testing fire alarm via a call point 2B Please state date of last test and specify whether weekly, monthly or specify other period: B.26.6 Are fire alarm sounders fitted throughout the building? 2B.26.6 Example of a fire alarm sounder 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 13 of 28

14 2B.27 If No to 2B.26, please state how guests would be informed of a fire and to evacuate the building? B.28 Do you have 20 guest beds or less? 2B.29 Is automatic fire detection (smoke and heat detectors) fitted throughout the building, including risk rooms? 2B.29 Example of a smoke detector 2B.30 Are there any rooms or apartments with cooking facilities? 2B.30 Cooking facilities 2B.30.1 Is automatic smoke detection (individual domestic type or linked into detection system) fitted in all rooms/apartments with cooking facilities? 2B.30.1 Individual domestic smoke detection 2B.30.1 Smoke detection linked into detection system Smoke and/or Heat Detectors Control Panel Sounders 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 14 of 28

15 2B.30.2 Are any rooms/apartments with cooking facilities provided with fire blankets? 2B.30.2 Example of a fire blankets 2B.31 Is reception manned 24 hours a day by staff trained in what to do in case of fire? No reception in property 2B.31 Reception manned 24 hours a day 2B.31.1 Do you have a process in place to give an immediate response to a fire emergency 24 hours a day? 2B.32 Do all members of staff (including family workers) receive training in the action to be taken in case of fire? 2B.33 Is a sprinkler system installed? 2B.33 Example of a fire sprinkler head 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 15 of 28

16 2B.34 Are portable fire extinguishers and/or hose reels provided throughout the property? 2B.34 Examples of fire extinguishers and hose reels 2B.35 Is emergency lighting provided to enable guests to safely see their way out of the building in the event of a mains power failure? 2B.35 Examples of emergency lighting luminaries 2B.35.1 Is the emergency lighting tested? 2B.35.1 Examples of key test for emergency lighting 2B.36 Is there a 'Fire Assembly Point designated for guests? 2B.36 Example of sign for fire assembly point 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 16 of 28

17 2B.37 Are electrical circuits/appliances regularly checked by a qualified electrical contractor? 2B.37.1 Please state the date of the last check of electrical circuits / appliances: B.38 Is food prepared and cooked on the premises? 2B.38.1 Is a food safety management system in place, for example HACCP? Cross-contamination Cleaning 2B.38.1 HACCP Chilling Cooking 2B.38.2 Do all staff working in the kitchen(s), restaurant(s) and bar(s) receive regular food handling and food safety training? 2B.38.2 Food Hygiene 2B.38.3 Are your kitchen facilities inspected annually by an external organisation/authority? 2B.38.4 Are the cooker hoods de-greased regularly? 2B.38.4 Cooker hoods to be de-greased 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 17 of 28

18 2B.38.5 Are there No Smoking signs prominently displayed in the kitchens? 2B.38.5 Example of a No Smoking sign 2B.39 Are arrangements in place to ensure the security of guests i.e. guards, CCTV, etc? 2B.39 Example of CCTV equipment 2B.39.1 Please provide details: B.40 Is there a swimming pool (s) at the property? 2B.40 Example of a swimming pool 2B.40.1 Is the swimming pool water clarity maintained to allow a clear view of the pool bottom in all areas? 2B.40.1 Example of a clear view 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 18 of 28

19 2B.40.2 Is the swimming pool water checked, to ensure that the correct levels of chemicals and water quality standards are maintained, in accordance with local regulations? 2B.40.2 Example of a water test kit 2B.40.3 Are depth markings clearly visible? 2B.40.3 Example of depth markings 2B.40.4 Are there any sudden changes in depth which occur in areas where the water is less than 1.6m deep? 2B.40.4 Example of a sudden change in depth < 1.6 m 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 19 of 28

20 2B.40.5 Are there NO DIVING signs prominently displayed in areas where diving may be dangerous? E.g. where there are underwater obstructions or where the depth of water is less than 1.5m 2B.40.5 Example of a No Diving sign 2B.40.6 Is there readily accessible rescue equipment available around the swimming pool? 2B Example of rescue equipment 2B.40.7 Is the children s pool located near deep water? No children s pool 2B.40.8 Does the pool surround have a non-slip surface? 2B.40.8 Non-slip surface 2B.40.9 Is there a lifeguard on duty around the pool during operating hours? 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 20 of 28

21 2B Is there a general pool regulations notice board clearly on display in the pool area? 2B Examples of Pool Regulations 2B.41 Does the property have balconies and/or walkway barriers? 2B.41 Example of walkway barriers 2B.41.1 Is the height of all balconies and walkway barriers greater than 1.0m? 2B.41.1 Height greater than one metre Height > 1.0 m 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 21 of 28

22 2B.41.2 Are there any gaps greater than 10cm in the balcony or walkway barrier facades? 2B.41.2 Gaps less than 10 cm Gap < 10 cm 2B Are these gaps located below 80cm in height in the balcony or walkway barrier facades? 2B Gap above 80 cm Gap > 10 cm Height > 80 cm 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 22 of 28

23 2B.42 Do any balcony or walkway facades include any features which might encourage children to climb on them? 2B.42 Examples of balconies that might encourage children to climb on them 2B.43 Do large glass panels in either doors or partitions have identifying stickers at child and adult level (0.8m and 1.5m)? No large glass panels in the property 2B.43 Example of glass panel and doors with identifying stickers 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 23 of 28

24 2B.44 Is all glass firmly fixed in its frame? 2B.44 Example of glass firmly fixed in its frame 2B.45 Do any rooms or apartments utilise individual, instantaneous GAS water heaters/boilers located INSIDE the accommodation or with direct access from within the accommodation? 2B.45 Examples of possible locations for individual, instantaneous GAS water heaters/boilers located INSIDE the accommodation = Individual, instantaneous Gas water heater/boiler located inside the accommodation Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Porch Bathroom Bedroom 3 Kitchen Living Room Garage 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 24 of 28

25 2B.45.1 Are any individual, instantaneous GAS water heaters/boilers used INSIDE the accommodation: Open flued? Room sealed? A mix of open flued and room sealed? 2B.45.1 OPEN FLUED BOILER OUTSIDE INSIDE Air Intake 2B.45.1 ROOM SEALED BOILER Air Intake INSIDE OUTSIDE Air Intake 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 25 of 28

26 2B.46 Do any rooms or apartments utilise individual, instantaneous GAS water heaters/boilers located OUTSIDE the accommodation? 2B.46.1 Are both the gas water heater/boiler and the flue termination point 1.5 metres or further away from the nearest door, window, vent, hole or other opening into the accommodation? 2B.48.1 Boiler and flue termination points at least 1.5 metres away from nearest door, window, vent or other opening. 1.5m 1.5m Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Porch 1.5m Bedroom 3 = Window = Air Conditioning Unit = Gas Heater/Boiler Bathroom Kitchen Living Room 2B.47 Are ALL individual, instantaneous GAS water heaters/boilers used in the accommodation serviced at least annually by a competent/qualified person? No individual, instantaneous GAS water heaters/boilers in the property 2B.48 Are gas cooking facilities provided within the accommodation? 2B.48 Example of Gas cooking facilities 2B.48.1 Are operating instructions provided in appropriate languages? 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 26 of 28

27 2B.49 Are gas fires and/or gas room heaters provided for use within the accommodation? 2B.51 Example of a gas fire 2B.49.1 Are operating instructions provided in appropriate languages? 2B.50 Are there any lifts/elevators within the property for guests use? 2B.50.1 Do lifts, for use by guests, have an emergency alarm and communication system? 2B.50.1 Communication system 2B.50.2 Are all lifts fitted with internal closing doors? 2B.50.2 Example of Internal closing doors 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 27 of 28

28 2B.50.3 Are the following notices displayed outside each lift on each floor: 2B Do Not Use in Case of Fire 2B No Smoking in the lift 2B No Unaccompanied Children 2B.50.3 Examples of lift signage: 2B.51 Is there a current Operating Licence for the property or is the property registered with the appropriate authorities? Not a national requirement in this country 2B.51.1 Please state the expiry date/renewal date for the current Operating Licence for the property: B.52 To attach a document click on the Attach button. Locate the document you want to attach. Double-click on the document and the file path will appear in the box within Sure2Care. Click on the upload button. Click on Accept. 2B.53 Remarks If in doubt about any of the questions ask your Sure2Care contact 2B Accommodation Questionnaire Version 10 Questions v.1 Page 28 of 28

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