Emergency Strategies You Can Count On

Site-Specific Fire, Disaster, and Violence Prevention Plans for minimized liability, guaranteed code compliance, and faster occupancy.

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EXPERTLY CRAFTED FIRE SAFETY PLANS & HIGH-QUALITY EVACUATION SIGNS

Fire Safety Plans are legally required for most buildings. The National Fire Code of Canada also requires emergency procedure signage is displayed on all floors. We proudly offer customized Fire Safety Plans for buildings or structures of any size, customized emergency procedure signage, and a variety of additional supporting services.

The National Fire Code Of Canada Legally Requires Fire Safety Training

The Responsible Persons outlined in your Fire Plan – a fire warden for example – need high-quality training. Participants in our comprehensive workshops will be given top-tier safety and hazard awareness training from experienced fire inspectors and retired firefighters.

Be Prepared For Possible Disasters And Reduce the Effects On Occupants & Property

Our Disaster Plans are tailor-made to the needs of your building and its occupants. Should a disaster occur, an expertly crafted plan reduces the risk of loss of life and property damage. Our Disaster Plans supply an optimal level of preparedness through workshops, and by constructing an invaluable assembly of kits based on your region’s potential disasters.

ROBUST PLANS TO IMPROVE PREPARATION FOR UNEXPECTED VIOLENCE

Bomb threats, suspicious packages, and active shooter scenarios are unanticipated violence scenarios that may affect your building and its occupants. We offer comprehensive plans, checklists, and training to help improve preparation should a threat become a reality.

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