Building Fire Safety Plan

What Is a Building Fire Safety Plan?

A building fire safety plan is a building-specific set of actions to be taken during a fire emergency and fire safety resources such as sprinklers, fire alarm, and standpipe) that are available. The building fire safety plan includes contact details for the local fire department, building owner/management, electrical supply company, gas supply company, fire alarm monitoring company, and maintenance contractors. The details included in the building fire safety plan will vary depending on the building size and complexity.

How To Create a Building Fire Safety Plan?

A building fire safety plan is created by gathering all the information that may be needed by occupants or responding fire services in the event of a fire emergency. The building fire safety plan should show the building floor plans, fire service access, fire alarm panel and fire systems. The building fire safety plan should also include a list of persons requiring assistance to evacuate.

What Should a Building Fire Safety Plan Include?

The building fire safety plan should show the building floor plans, fire service access, fire alarm panel, and fire safety systems. The building fire safety plan should also include a list of persons whom require assistance to evacuate.

How Much Does a Building Fire Safety Plan Cost?

The cost varies depending on the size and complexity of the building. For a condominium or large building prices can range from $2,500 to $6,000.

How Can Vortex Fire Help?

Vortex Fire has a depth of experience in preparing building fire safety plans for residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. We take the project from information gathering, development, and final approval. The building fire safety plan is provided in digital and print format to allow for ease of distribution.

Building Fire Safety Plans

The Ontario Fire Code requires most buildings to be provided with a building fire safety plan. A building fire safety plan helps to ensure the building’s occupants are prepared for any emergency and includes the following:

  • Emergency procedures for occupants
  • Compliance with Section 2.8 of the Ontario Fire Code
  • List of persons requiring assistance
  • Maintenance schedules of fire safety systems
  • Procedures for shut down of fire safety systems
  • Emergency contact details of electrical supply company
  • Emergency contact details of gas supply company
  • Emergency contact details of fire department and fire alarm monitoring company

Vortex Fire has both the educational background and the project experience to support all magnitudes of projects, from small renovations to mega projects. Let us help you with your building code and fire engineering inquiries.

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