Provides an overview of the legality of having a current Fire Safety Plan for your building
DISTRIBUTION & HUMAN RESOURCES:
Listed individuals who are to be contacted in the event of a fire emergency and their titles. It also lists the persons who require assistance during a fire.
AUDIT OF BUILDING RESOURCES:
Details the major occupancy class of the building, provides a description of the layout and location of the main utility shutoffs for each building and identifies all fire and life safety equipment, including operating sequences.
OCCUPANTS FIRE PROCEDURES:
Defines the emergency evacuation procedures for all visitors, tenants and occupants for single-stage, two-stage or modified two-stage fire alarm systems. It also describes the procedures to follow upon discovery of a fire or smoke, or when hearing the fire alarm.
OCCUPANT FIRE PROCEDURE SIGNAGE:
Examples of the emergency procedure signs that are to be posted by each manual pull station elevator lobbies and all floor areas.
CONTROL OF FIRE HAZARDS:
Outlines fire safety and prevention measures, procedures and practices for occupants. It includes means to minimize potential fire hazards, disposal of combustible or flammable materials, etc.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUPERVISORY STAFF:
Outlines the responsibilities of the owner and staff members before and during an emergency. It describes emergency procedures for staff upon the discovery of smoke, fire or sounding of the fire alarm, as well as training of supervisory staff.
PERSONS REQUIRING ASSISTANCE:
Contains the form for the owner or supervisor to list occupants who require assistance during a fire emergency.
Nature and frequency of fire drills in accordance with the building classification, as well as steps to be taken before and after the fire drill.
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS OF THE BUILDING FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS:
Fire Code requirements for the checking, testing and inspecting the fire and life safety systems in the building, outlining the daily, weekly, monthly, semi-annual and annual requirements for various equipment.
Describes the procedures to follow upon shutdown of any fire or life safety equipment in the building.
In the event of any fire alarm systems or sprinkler systems are off-line, a fire watch through the use of fire watch personnel is to be implemented immediately.
FIRE ALARM PANEL OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS:
The general functions of the fire alarm control panel.
contains out-of-service signage and documents to be posted during shutdowns of building systems. These are to be used to notify occupants of interim alternate procedures that have been implemented.
Provided are floor plan layouts of your building and a site plan drawing