We were established in 1997.
We develop fire safety plans in accordance with both provincially and federally regulated buildings.
We create building floor plan evacuation maps, which also indicate fire department access routes and site plans.
We provide the service for fire safety plan submission to local Fire Departments and follow through to the point of approval.
We deliver essential solutions to building management for implementation of precise occupant evacuation procedures.
We offer a 100% guarantee to achieve full approval of any building classification fire safety plan.
We issue editable word documents of the newly developed fire safety plan to allow for instant revisions by clients.
We offer a free monthly bulletin containing solutions on fully implementing, and updating fire safety plans.
There is no doubt that fire and smoke can spread quickly throughout a building, calling for a quick and safe evacuation of the occupants.Read More
The building codes of today outline steps to minimizing the spread of flames and smoke in buildings, emphasizing the safe evacuation of occupants from the premises in the event a fire emergency arises.Read More
Rarely does it cross one’s mind of the possible need to evacuate a workplace as a result of a fire situation. If a fire does occur, high expectations are placed on the company’s management team to implement the evacuation measures as listed in the approved fire safety plan.Read More
It is not uncommon for building fire alarm control panels, sprinkler risers, standpipes, etc. to be temporarily taken out of service when repairs are necessary. In other cases, a particular zone or detection device might be temporarily taken offline while waiting for a service company to investigate and complete corrective measures.Read More
After developing even the finest fire safety plan, implementation of its contents is imperative should a fire emergency arise in the building. It is vital that building owners, their property managers and onsite supervisors be fully versed on their roles and responsibilities as called for in the fire code.Read More
The proactive approach to formulating the response to a fire emergency is to develop the readiness measures before a fire occurs. Whether for a workplace or residential occupancy as listed in the Emergency Planning section 2.8 of the fire code, it is mandatory that the elected building supervisory personnel be trained on their roles and responsibilities.Read More
Although the preparation of fire safety planning for buildings may have undergone a shift in focus as a result of “work at home” policies and the introduction of new health protection measures, the fire code continues to stipulate that each building owner is ultimately responsible for carrying out the provisions for fire safety.Read More
The moment the fire alarm system has been activated, it is of the utmost importance that all elected building supervisory team personnel react immediately and carry out their roles and responsibilities.Read More
Whether a newly erected or aging structure, the evacuation (or evac) sequence of operations programmed into the fire alarm system will determine the required evacuation strategies. Read More
As building management firms begin to restore their full operational abilities during these unprecedented times, focus is being directed to ensure that the maintenance checks and tests are being implemented to the fire protection and life safety systems in their commercial, industrial and multi-occupancy residential buildings.Read More
No matter the type of building, whether it is recently constructed or an aging structure, property operators and managers may be faced with a potentially risky fire emergency.Read More
Newly constructed buildings which are deemed under the fire code as requiring a fire safety plan are to have an approved version in place prior to the occupancy of the building.Read More
Whether for a newly constructed or existing building, a major objective of every building management team is to work towards developing checklists which will prevent outbreak of a fire.Read More
Whether an existing or newly constructed building, each fire safety plan is a comprehensive set of documents which will be referenced on numerous occasions over the years.Read More
Although, without a doubt, workplace building fires have the possibility of exposing occupants to dangerous situations, this threat may easily be compounded by fear or confusion that put them at further risk.Read More
It has often been said that just because building occupants can’t see flames or smell smoke, it doesn’t necessarily mean there isn’t an emergency fire situation.Read More
Ultimately the objective of evacuations when a fire strikes in a building is to ensure safe passage of occupants to the outdoor assembly areas.Read More
Whether in an industrial or residential occupancy, fire emergencies can occur at any time throughout the building without notice.Read More
Although a typical fire safety plan contains a broad range of requirements, its main emphasis is to provide building operators and managers with the evacuation procedures needed to minimize the threat conditions occupants or employees may encounter during a fire emergency.Read More
Unfortunately, no one can predict when a fire emergency will present itself. It is critical for the building owner and/or business manager to maintain a current fire safety plan, as the lack of a current plan could result in a host of severe repercussions.Read More
Whether for a commercial or residential high-rise, public assembly or industrial building, fire safety planning is the top priority for the building management and business owners alike.Read More