Why do you need a Fire Safety Plan?
A Fire Safety Plan is mandated by the Ontario Fire Code and it provides directions for life safety procedures within a building. A Fire Safety Plan is a manual that describes both, the fire and emergency procedures needing implementation at a specific building, and outlines the responsibilities of the fire emergency teams. A Fire Safety Plan clearly documents the fire and emergency procedures and explicitly outlines the responsibilities of each member of the emergency team. The Fire Safety Plan can be utilized as a reference guide, but more importantly it serves as a training manual for employees and residents.
How Does King North Building Sciences Produce a Fire Safety Plan?
The Fire Safety Plan is created through a process that follows the guidelines of the Ontario Fire Code. King North Building Sciences identifies and documents the requirements and procedures for evacuation of the subject building(s) in an emergency evacuation. At the onset of the project, the buildings or building is visually inspected for life safety requirements as specified in The Ontario Building Code and The Fire Code for Ontario. Prior to publishing the final Fire Safety Plan it is reviewed with local fire officials in draft form. This meeting is vital. Should any discrepancies be identified, immediate action is taken, to guarantee the client an accurate plan, that clearly meets his/her needs.
Why Choose King North Building Sciences?
King North Building Sciences has the expertise to deal with the complications inherent in the courses of action, which governments require for their various "standards." King North Building Sciences has the expertise to understand, and interpret contract documents and drawings, as well as the applicable Building and Fire Codes. King North Building Sciences qualified professionals are dedicated to providing quality service to our clients.