Fire Safety Plans - Ontario
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Assess the role and responsibility of the owner in developing and implementing a fire safety plan.
- Discover the fire safety plan requirements as far as use, occupancy, resources and life safety systems.
- Interpret how to conduct an audit of the building and human resources so that all objectives of a fire safety plan are addressed.
- Select the appropriate alternative measures in the event of inoperative life safety systems.
- Analyze the fire safety plan to ensure it meets the requirements of the Ontario Fire Code.
- Follow the process for having a fire safety plan
Fire safety plans are an essential tool when trying to meet the requirements under the Province of Ontario Fire Code. A fire safety plan helps to ensure effective utilization of fire safety systems, equipment and procedures in a building to protect people from fire. The plan must be customized to mirror the resources of each individual building or complex of buildings.
Fire safety plans are required to be approved by the local fire department and this course will provide the steps and knowledge required to meet this requirement. Participants will also learn how to implement the fire safety plan once it has been approved by the fire department.
The course will comprise of a lecture to maximize learning outcomes. Additionally, a question and answer period will be provided so participants will have the opportunity to receive expert answers to specific questions.
- Fire Safety Plans
- Fire Safety Plan Objectives
- Ontario Fire Code, Division B, Section 2.8 “Emergency Planning”
- Staffing Levels
Who Should Attend
This course has been designed for Building Owners, Property Managers, Consultants, Security Personnel, City Officials, Engineers, Building Operators and other persons having control of properties.
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