FIRE SAFETY PLANS

Our fire safety plans detail the information and procedures necessary to ensure your building and its occupants are prepared in the event of an emergency situation. Through an onsite audit, site specific information is used to design the most effective and efficient procedures for maintaining your safety equipment and increasing the awareness of your building occupants to any hazards that may affect the quick and safe egress from the building.

It is the responsibility of building owners and property managers to ensure a fire safety plan is in place for their building, but the responsibility for creating the fire safety plan should rest with a professional. Let All Points Fire Protection minimize the risk of harm to a building and its occupants through the development of a fire safety plan for your existing building or new construction project.

A construction fire safety plan is required in all jurisdictions for all new construction sites in British Columbia as dictated by B.C.F.C. – 5.6.1. Our construction fire safety plans simply outline all available firefighting equipment, procedures and hazards related to your specific construction site and provide all information the responding Fire Hall would require to effectively handle a fire or emergency situation.

What We Deliver in a Customized Fire Safety Plan

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An HR Distribution list containing all fire-emergency contacts and all people who will require assistance
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A Building Resources Audit; consisting of layout/location of all utility shut-offs, all fire and life safety equipment and their operating procedures, and details of building occupants
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Emergency Evacuation Procedures for tenants, visitors and occupants; fire response procedures upon discovery of fire or smoke
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Building signage posted at each manual pull station, at elevators and at key lobby/floor locations
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Fire Hazard Control Procedures to instruct in fire safety and prevention measures and practices (e.g. combustible materials disposal instructions)
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Supervisory Staff Responsibilities to direct staff of their duties upon discovery of smoke or fire, and during the emergency
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Persons Requiring Assistance Form, listing occupants who will require supervisory assistance in the case of a fire emergency
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Fire Drills, scheduled for frequency in accordance with the building classification
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Building Maintenance Requirements for inspection/test of building fire and life safety systems, with attached schedules
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Alternative Measures Procedures to follow when fire and life safety equipment is inoperative
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Fire Watch procedures to follow if fire alarm or sprinkler systems are inoperative
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Panel Function Training to ensure that general fire alarm control panel function is known by emergency response building personnel
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Out-of-Service Signage to post during building system shutdowns, intended to notify occupants of interim procedures
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Schematic Diagrams: floor plan layouts and a building site plan

Contact us today to have a customized fire safety plan developed for you