Fire Safety Plans

  • Fire Safety Plans are intended to assist the owner of a building with the basic essentials for the safety of all occupants, to ensure an orderly evacuation at the time of an emergency and to provide a maximum degree of flexibility to achieve the necessary fire safety for the building.

     

    A Fire Safety Plan Includes

    • Initial assessment of your facility or facilities
    • Electronic + 2 hard copies of the fire plan manual
    • The appropriate number of fire safety wall maps (number of maps will be determined during the assessment)
    • Fire plan box
    • An in-person or call-in debrief of the completed plan
    • Ongoing Q&A support

    *Note: Additional costs will be applied where building drawings cannot be provided by the client

    Optional Fire Plan Services

    • Fire extinguisher training (theory and practical)
    • Fire Warden training (required for all persons who hold responsibility outlined in the plan)
    • Replacement fire safety plan wall maps (if damaged or lost within the first year)

    Legislation

    The Manitoba Fire Code requires that a Fire Safety Plan be provided for:

    1. A) Every building containing an assembly or care or detention occupancy
    2. B) Every building required by the Manitoba Building Code to have a fire alarm system
    3. C) Demolition and construction sites regulated under the Fire Code
    4. D) Indoor and outdoor storage areas regulated under the Fire Code
    5. E) Areas where flammable liquids or combustible liquids are stored or handled, including refineries and process plants
    6. F) Areas where hazardous processes or operations occur

     

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