Fire Safety Plans

Otis Certified Fire Safety Plan Services

Fire Safety Plan Services

Fire Safety Plans are documents for property that contain important information for owners and employees regarding evacuation of the property occupants. B.C. Fire Code section 2.8 defines the requirements for fire safety plans. Fire Safety Plans include pre-incident plans, which have information about a building specifically for firefighters to facilitate them when they respond for a fire emergency. The municipalities in Greater Vancouver requires fire safety plans for occupancy permit.

Construction and demolition sites shall have fire safety plans for owner and construction workers. These plans must be prepared in accordance with B.C. Fire Code Section 5.6. Otis Fire Protection company planners will assist you with fire safety plans. Our certified technicians will visit your building, determine and gather information about the building and prepare comprehensive binder that includes:

  • Fire Safety Plan.
  • Pre-incident Plan.
  • Vital Information Form.
  • Floor plans.

Otis Fire Protection employs best fire safety planners in Greater Vancouver. After approval of your fire safety plan, we will manufacture egress & evacuation (wall) plaques and maps for your building. Because Otis Fire Protection has highly educated and experienced planners, we guarantee approval of your fire safety plan.

Some of the municipalities that we prepare fire safety plans:

·       Vancouver ·       Burnaby ·       Richmond
·       Coquitlam ·       Langley ·       Delta
·       North Vancouver ·       Maple Ridge ·       New Westminster
·       Port Coquitlam ·       North Vancouver ·       West Vancouver
·       Port Moody ·       Langley ·       Township of Langley
·       White Rock ·       Pit Meadows ·       Tsawwassen
·       Aldergrove ·       Abbotsford ·       Chilliwack

 

If you are outside of Greater Vancouver, we can still help you with preparing fire safety plans. Please contact us for more details.

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