When disabled persons are present on the premises there shall be in place arrangements for their safe evacuation in the case of an emergency or other reason. Details of those arrangements shall be recorded in writing and all staff employed on the premises shall be aware of those arrangements
All disabled persons on the premises shall be made aware of the evacuation arrangements.
All exit routes and doors on such routes shall be checked on every occasion before the premises is used for purposes of a licensable activity and at regular occasions when the premises are open to the public to ensure that they are free from defect, obstruction, trip hazards and surfaces are not slippery. A record of such inspections, any defects discovered and the remedial action taken shall be made in writing in a logbook kept for that purpose. That logbook shall be made available for inspection on demand to an Authorised Officer of the Council, a Fire Officer or a Police Constable
The furniture or seating in premises shall be arranged so that it does not obstruct any exit, route to any exit or to any facility within the premises.
There shall be maintained on the premises at all times an adequate and appropriate supply of first aid equipment and materials.
No nuisance shall be caused by noise coming from the premises or by vibration transmitted through the structure of the premises.
All external doors and windows shall be kept closed when regulated entertainment is being provided except in the event of an emergency.
All children must be accompanied by their parent or another responsible adult.