name of the building       identification of the compartment       variant 2
Acceptable risk calculation Variant 2 can be used for an alternative proposition, e.g. sprinkler protection
 
 
DATA Symbol Unit A - REF  
DATA VARIANT 2 NEW VALUES VARIANT 2 Comments[1]
Activation factor[2]       DEFINE all relevant situations[3]        
Main activities a1   0,00 Unchanged 0   0,00  
Process and room[4] a2   0,00 Unchanged 0,00   0,00  
heating systems a3   0,00 Unchanged 0,00   0,00  
  a4   0,10 Unchanged 0,10   0,10  
Electrical Installations.[5] a5   0,00 Unchanged 0,00   0,00  
Explosion risks.[6] a6   0,00 Unchanged 0,00   0,00  
Dust hazard a7   0,00 Unchanged 0,00   0,00  
Secondary activities[7] a8   0,00 NO secondary welding operations REF   0,00  
  a9   0,00 NO additional woodworking or use of plastics REF   0,00  
Painting, spraying, glues, etc. a10   0,00 Unchanged 0,00   0,00  
Others a11   0,00 NO Special hazards (e.g. non-controllable smokers) REF   0,00  
    INFO A 0,10 Total value of the activation factor a: a = 0,10  
Evacuation time factor                
  b m 100 value entered at: potential risk factor g     100,00  
  l m 250 value entered at: potential risk factor g     250,00  
Number of occupants X[8] persons/m 750 Unchanged occupant density persons per m 0,03 120[9] 750  
Total of exit units x exit units[10] 40 x is the number of exit units. The minimal width for an exit is 0.6 m (or 2 ft) unless law or practical conditions specify it otherwise.[11] REF 2 40  
Exits to outside the building O   4 Number of exits (doors and stairs) that end in the open air REF 3 4  
DISTINCT exit paths K number 4 Calculated number of distinct exit paths:.   6,4 4  
Mobility factor p[12] INFO A 1 Unchanged 1   1  
      0 NO people with limited perception of the risk present[13] REF   0  
      0 There is a clear evacuation plan: REF   0  
      0 There is NO danger for panic REF   0  
      1     p = 1  
Equivalent length of vertical travelling path     0 based on H+ or H- value entered at potential risk factor z 1,25 0,00 0[14]  
    second 60 Calculated egress time (FRAME) 60[15]      
RSET   second 0,00 As defined with EGRESS SIMULATION software[16] 0,00      
    0,08 Evacuation time factor t = 0,08  
Content factor[17]                
Relative value c1   0 Unchanged 0   0  
Absolute value of property[18]   EUR[19] 8,00 Actual value in million of CURRENCY (e.g. EUR, GBP, USD, SWF... ) REF 10,00    
Building cost index     654 National building cost index at the time of the risk assessment   654    
Correction for inflation     503 National building cost index in 2000   503    
Exchange rate     1,0000 1 CURRENCY = x.yz EURO   1,0000    
Reference value     6,15 Value in EURO , at given exchange rate and corrected for inflation 6,15 EURO  
Content value factor c2   0,00       0,00  
      0,00 Content factor c = 0,00  
Environment factor                
  Qi   100 value entered at potential risk factor q     100  
  M   2,5 value entered at potential risk factor i     2,5  
      0,45 Environment factor r = 0,45  
Dependency factor                
Added value /turnover ratio[20] d INFO A 0,3 Unchanged 0,30 0,00[21] 0,30  
      0,3 Dependency factor d = 0,30  
Acceptable Risks                
        Acceptable risk values for :   variant 2    
Activation factor a 0,10 property (building and content) = 1.6 - a - t - c A 1,42 Date of this analysis
Evacuation time factor t 0,08 occupants (people) = 1.6 - a - t - r A1 0,97  
Content factor c 0,00 activities = 1.6 - a - c - d A2 1,20 date(s) of the analysis
Environment factor r 0,45 WARNING :If the value of A or A1 or A2 is lower than 0.2 or even negative,  
Dependency factor d 0,30   an unacceptable risk situation exists ! CHANGE first a, t, c, r or d        

[1]
Motivate your input here
[2]
There are so many possible ignition sources that the only way to define the activation factor is to go through a review of possible fire sources, classified in the categories: main activities, heating systems, electrical installations, secondary activities and areas classified for explosion hazards.
[3]
Factor a is the sum of the relevant values of ai, which can be found in the next tables. Check on all applicable situations and a will be calculated automatically.
[4]
Defects on heating systems are well-known fire causes. The probability of a fire originated in the heating system depends on the type of heat transfer, the location of the heat generator and the type of fuel used.
[5]
Defects of electrical installations are well-known fire causes. The probability of a fire of electrical origin depends on the way the installation is installed and maintained. Regular checking of code compliance offers a good guarantee for a safe installation.
[6]
The presence or occasional escape of flammable vapours, gases or dusts is an additional source of fire.
[7]
Secondary activities are only taken into account when they create an additional number of fire sources, compared with the main activities. Welding e.g. will not be aggravating in a metalwork shop but must be taken into account in a carpentry shop.
[8]
X is total number of persons that will have to evacuate the compartment.
[9]
When "user defined" is selected, this value will be accepted; When a occupant load factor is given from the list, it will be multiplied by b x l.
[10]
For more details see on page Info A
[11]
E.g. in a hospital, it is clear that the minimal width of an exit unit is that of the beds which are used in the hospital.
[12]
Factor p corrects the evacuation time for the lack of mobility of the occupants and for other unfavourable circumstances..
[13]
Such as patients or elderly, handicapped or sleeping persons (in hotels)...
[14]
equivalent length of vertical travelling path
[15]
evacuation times of more than 900 seconds are problematic
[16]
If egress simulation software such as Exodus, Simulex, has been used to define the required safe egress time, the result can be entered here: the value entered will be used to calculate the evacuation time factor t
[17]
Factor c defines the value of the content of the compartment. It is calculated from is monetary value and replacement possibilities.
[18]
'Property' means as well the compartment itself as the goods in it, as its occupants.
[19]
currency used
[20]
The activity in the compartment will be hampered or interrupted by a fire. The added value / turnover ratio is a good reference for the sensitivity for business interruption.
[21]
correction of average