Fire & Life Safety
Fire safety plan
A fire safety plan is a document required by legislation for certain groups of facilities and must be approved by the Chief Fire Official.
It is important that you determine if you are required to have a fire safety plan in place as per the legislation. Generally, you must have a fire safety plan in place if your facility meets one of the following criteria:
- Business and service facilities with more than 300 occupants; or
- Any facility four or more storeys high, including storeys below ground; or
- Medium hazard industrial facilities with more than 100 occupants; or
- Low hazard industrial facilities with more than 300 occupants; or
- Residential facilities with more than 10 residents.
Typical fire safety plans include:
- An audit of human resources.
- An audit of building resources.
- Floor plans for the facility.
- Emergency procedures for persons on the facility’s Fire Safety Committee.
- Emergency procedures for building occupants.
- Public address system messages.
- Emergency spill procedures.
- Fire control and confinement.
- Fire prevention.
- Fire drill schedule.
- Alternate fire safety measures.
- Posted instructions.
- Schedule of maintenance.
- List of assembly areas.
- List of persons requiring assistance to evacuate.
- Locations of chemicals and gases.
SERVICES WE OFFER:
- Fire Safety Plan
- Master Fire Plan