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.
High-rise buildings, restaurants, hospitals, arenas, warehouses, and almost all buildings with fire alarm systems require fire safety plans by law across Canada.
Our team of certified fire inspectors, retired firefighters, and engineers, create Fire Safety Plans for businesses large and small, including: high-rises, hotels, secure government buildings, hospitals, airports, arenas, and warehouses.
The most visible aspect of your overall fire safety program is your Emergency Procedure Signage. At Fire Plan Strategies, we produce Emergency Procedure Signage that fit any size, content, or design requirements. Our graphic design capabilities and experience, allow us to work with clients to develop signage that fits the overall interior design of their buildings. At the same time, our buying power and repeatable internal process allow us to create low cost signage when preferred.
The law requires all persons with responsibility in a Fire Safety Plan to have fire safety and hazard awareness training in addition to training in their specific duties. Uncommon to the industry, we have the staff, materials, and national reach to offer customized high quality essential training related to fire warden duties and education, fire drill facilitation, and fire extinguisher usage.
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