Fire Safety Plan

Published: | Updated: March 24, 2014

Definition - What does Fire Safety Plan mean?

A fire safety plan is a formal document containing the procedures to follow in case of a fire. It is necessary that every employee knows the procedures to be followed prior to any fire as to avoid any type of misunderstanding or stampede which can unnecessarily lead to death or the deaths of other employees.

Safeopedia explains Fire Safety Plan

A fire safety plan is a document that has all the necessary information about the safety procedures to be followed in the case of a fire. This plan covers the types of fires that can occur, what type of fire extinguishers will be used in which cases, which emergency routes have to be followed in the case of fire breakout, etc.. In addition, this plan also covers the alarm procedures, procedures for recognizing and reporting unsafe conditions, evacuation plans, etc..

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