Fire Safety Plans

The National Fire Code of Canada requires the implementation of a fire safety plan for most buildings and occupancies.

One of Smarter Spaces’s Fire Safety Plan specialists will meet with your facility operational prime(s) and conduct a detailed analysis of the facilities fire safety systems, equipment and procedures in a building to protect people from fire. In preparing draft and final versions of the fire safety plan other areas of information capture will include (but not limited to):

  • Building Resource Summary
  • Human Resources
  • Emergency Procedures for Occupants
  • Emergency Procedures for Supervisory Staff
  • Responsibilities of the Owner / Occupant
  • Fire hazards
  • Fire Extinguisher, Control or Confinement
  • Alternate measures for Occupant Fire Control

Other requirements under the National Fire Code that we will cover off include but not limited to:

  • General Fire protection Systems / Equipment
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers
  • Fire Alarm
  • Smoke Alarm
  • Standpipe Systems
  • Sprinkler Systems (Wet)
  • Sprinkler Systems (Dry)
  • Water Supplies for Firefighting (Private Hydrant)
  • Water Supplies for Firefighting (Water Pump)
  • Water Supplies for Firefighting (Water tanks)
  • Smoke Shafts and Venting Equipment
  • Smoke Control Measures
  • Commercial Cooking Equipment
  • Emergency Power Systems