A fire safety plan is designed to outline clearly, and in detail, the emergency procedures for a building, as well as the resources available to occupants in an emergency. The fire safety plan also defines the plans and schedule for regular inspection and testing of the fire safety systems in the building.
Having a proper fire safety plan is an important responsibility of every building owner, both to protect the occupants, and to comply with local fire codes and obtain an occupancy permit.
At APNA Fire & Electrical, we are experts at designing and maintaining fire safety plans for buildings of all types. Our fire safety plans are guaranteed to meet the requirements of the BC Fire Code and local bylaws, so you can be confident that your building and its occupants are well-protected. Key components of our fire safety plans include:
The ultimate goals of a fire safety plan are to prevent fire emergencies, to protect a building’s occupants in the event of a fire, and to ensure that they will have the resources at hand to be able to extinguish fires when possible, and to evacuate quickly and safely when a fire cannot be controlled.
Once your comprehensive fire safety plan has been developed, the hard part is done. However, it is important, and required under the fire code, that it be reviewed and updated annually, to ensure that it is up to date with current regulations, and that it addresses any changes to the building and its resources.
Make sure that your fire safety plan is well-developed and up to date, to provide the best fire protection to your building, its occupants, and its contents.
Call APNA today for fire safety plan design, or fire safety plan maintenance in Surrey, Vancouver, Richmond, Abbotsford, Burnaby, Ladner, and Chilliwack.