Last edited 28 May 2024

Fire Safety Plan

In the context of the UK, a fire safety plan is a comprehensive document outlining procedures, protocols, and measures to prevent, mitigate, and respond to fires in buildings. Fire safety plans are essential for ensuring the safety of occupants, visitors, and property, as well as for complying with regulatory requirements and building safety standards.

Fire safety plans are typically developed in consultation with fire safety professionals, building owners, managers, and regulatory authorities, and should be reviewed and updated regularly to reflect changes in building occupancy, use, or regulations. Implementing a comprehensive fire safety plan is essential for protecting lives and property and minimising the impact of fires on buildings and communities.

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