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FIRE SAFETY PLANNING
Fire Safety Planning is our main service. We specialize in FSPs, and we do not use subcontractors.
We offer a complition of new fire safety plans, and also updates and annual reviews of existing plans for all types of buildings in Ontario. Until today, we've prepared and submitted to fire departments over 600 plans, that were approved by fire departments in many municipalities.
We are praised by our clients for our professionalism, quick response, and fair prices. We were also praised many times by fire inspectors, who appreciated that the submitted plans were prepared professionally, and the floor plans were clear and legible.
After approval by a fire department, a Fire Safety Plan shall be implemented in the building, it means, all persons engaged in the building's fire safety must know the plan and his/her duties in case of fire or other emergency situation.
A fire drill is a method of practicing the evacuation procedures in the event of a fire or other emergencies. Its purpose is to ensure that everyone knows how to exit the building safely and as quickly as possible if a fire, smoke, carbon monoxide or other emergency occurs. People need to recognize the sound of the fire alarm.
ONTARIO FIRE CODE COMPLIANCE AUDIT
Safety of occupants of your building depends largely on the architecture and fire protection equipment and systems installed in the building. It is extremely important for a responsible person (owner of manager) to know if his/her building meets the Ontario Fire Code requirements.
BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATIONS
The obligation of obtaining a building permit arises from the Ontario Building Code and municipal bylaws. We offer you preparation of Building Permit applications related to changes in fire alarm systems (fire alarm panels replacement, fire alarm system installation and changes, etc.).
OCCUPANT LOAD DETERMINATION
Occupant load means the number of persons for which a building or part of a building is designed.
The occupant load calculation for a floor area or part of a floor area, is based on many factors and it is very important for the building owner / manager to keep the occupant load below the required by the Ontario Fire Code maximum.
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