fire safety plans
Fire Safety Plans are a requirement of the British Columbia Fire Code. The Code identifies the content of a Fire Safety Plan. The primary purpose of a well designed Fire Safety Plan is to help both occupants and responding personnel in coping with emergency situations. Fire Safety Plans are required to include the control of fire hazards in your building.
The owner of the building is responsible for the implementation of an adequate Fire Safety Plan, which must meet with the BC Fire Code legislation, and has a legal duty to make sure the building complies with other regulations. Failure to do so may result in, severe property damage, major injury or death, fines or criminal responsibility.
GG Health and Safety Consulting can help create your company a professional Fire Safety Plan which meets and exceeds the
British Columbia Fire Code (BCFC) 2012 Section 2.8.
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