We are commonly engaged to review and comment on existing Fire Safety Plans. Our experienced team can provide feedback on the quality of the existing plan and help identify hazards and risks that may have been overlooked.
Often, it is not clear if the Fire Safety Plan will meet all of the fire code requirements. Many fire departments do not offer a plan review service, and building owners sometimes fear that such a review, if undertaken, will lead to large obligations to change their plan.
At Fire Plan Strategies, our team of certified and experienced fire inspectors, firefighters, and engineers will review your existing Fire Safety Plan to ensure it is accurate, fully fleshed out, and in line with the National Fire Code of Canada.
At the end of the assessment, we will provide an official opinion and endorsement assuming the plan meets the fire code requirements. If deficiencies are identified, and we are engaged to address them, the cost of the review is credited towards your Fire Safety Plan.
The core information we review includes:
Fire Safety Plans
A Fire Safety Plan is a complex document, required by law in most buildings, that describes the procedures for preparedness and response to fire emergencies.Learn more
Emergency Procedure Signage
In addition to a Fire Safety Plan, all provinces require emergency procedures to be prominently posted and displayed in all floor areas.Learn more
Fire Safety Plan Reviews & Assessments
We are commonly engaged to review and comment on existing Fire Safety Plans. Our experienced team can provide feedback on the quality of the existing plan and help identify hazards and risks that may have been overlooked.Learn more
Fire Hazard Inspections
Be prepared for Fire Commissioner inspections. Our team will provide a confidential report that identifies serious risks to building occupants, such as blocked exits, inactive emergency lights, unsafe storage of hazardous materials, and sprinkler system obstructions.Learn more