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Toll Free 1-888-299-3473

bcservice@pacificcoastfire.ca

Victoria 250-386-8321

Coquitlam 604-468-6330

Fort McMurray 1-888-299-3473

Fire Safety Plans for Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Recreational Buildings

Do you know that it’s required for employees and management to have a plan in the event of a fire-related emergency? At Pacific Coast Fire Equipment, we can provide a custom-tailored fire safety plan for our British Columbia and Northern Alberta clients as required by the Fire Code. Not only that, but we can also provide the required annual review and, if needed, updates to keep your plan current. As your one-stop fire protection company, we can also provide these services in conjunction with the annual servicing of your fire safety system. We can create fire plans for:


Residential facilities – apartments, condos, hotels etc.

Commercial buildings – offices, retail, restaurants, etc.

Recreational buildings – pools, gyms, ice rinks, etc.

Industrial facilities

What a Fire Safety Plan Includes

  • A building safety audit

  • Documentation pertaining to building resources and personnel

  • Fire department information

  • Emergency procedures for occupants

  • Fire drill procedures

  • Fire drill procedures

  • Building placards per floor and site plans

For a free safety plan consultation, please call us right away.

WHAT IS A FIRE SAFETY PLAN?

As outlined in the BC Fire Services Act, a fire safety plan identifies the manner in which the building owner or operator will achieve three objectives:

  1. Fire prevention – to prevent the occurrence of fire through the control of fire hazards and the proper maintenance of the building safety systems and facilities.
  2. Occupant safety – to establish a systematic method for safe and orderly evacuation of the building in the case of fire or other emergency.
  3. Fire control and extinguishment – to establish procedures that will maximize the probability of controlling and extinguishing a fire in the safest and most efficient manner.

As noted in the Act, from a business perspective, these objectives are sensible as the cost of fire will typically be higher than the cost of producing, implementing and maintaining a fire safety plan. Whether you need a new comprehensive fire safety plan or you would like your plan reviewed and updated, call on the experts at Pacific Coast Fire Equipment.

Pacific Coast Fire Equipment (1976) Ltd

2712 Rock Bay Ave

Victoria, BC V8T 4R9


#101 - 137 Glacier Street

Coquitlam, BC V3K 5Z1


#3 - 235 MacKay Cres.
For McMurray, AB T9K 2W2

Hours

We offer 24/7 service
Office: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM


Service Area

British Columbia and Northern Alberta

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