Training, exercise and scenarios
Evacuation procedures training
The training of supervisory personnel, contained in the evacuation flowchart, is mandatory when implementing or updating a fire safety plan in accordance with the C.N.P.I. 126.96.36.199 standard.
Emergency response training for seniors
Training for your senior tenants on procedures to follow in the event of an evacuation, in accordance with the complementary Practical Guide to Fire Prevention and Evacuation in Senior Residences.
Portable fire extinguisher training
Interactive training in the use of portable fire extinguishers on a live fire is an advantage for the safety of your personnel in the event of an outbreak of fire.
First intervention team training
Dedicated training for your First Response Team is essential when you want to manage your first response in-house. A first response team is mandatory in all buildings with a two-stage fire alarm system.
Emergency scenarios are beneficial to your employees, as they allow you to integrate theoretical training on your fire safety and emergency measures plan in a more concrete way.
Evacuation exercises are mandatory in all buildings. This obligation is part of the requirements of the National Fire Code, according to section 2.8.3.
Fire safety plan and emergency measures
A fire safety and emergency measures plan is a combined document that informs occupants about prevention, organization, and response activities following the onset of an incident based on the common hazards of occupancy.
Crisis management plan
Once evacuated and in a safe place, the emergency is not over. Take advantage of our expertise to work with your management team to plan the way out of the crisis, including your various departments. With our crisis management plan, you'll be able to plan your human and material resources to limit corporate damage.
Civil Security Plan
Mandatory for Quebec cities and municipalities, our civil protection plan covers the preparation, response, and recovery phases. The plan provides the municipality with the necessary tools to respond to the various UNFORESEEN identification in the vulnerability study.
The risk analysis is an undeniable advantage in the evaluation process regarding site conformity. The resulting report will help you to develop a list of priorities for complying with the fire prevention regulations in force in your municipality.
The study presents the vulnerabilities to which the organization is exposed, and identifies the internal and external risks that could affect it. With our vulnerability study, linked to the Ministry of Public Safety's Hazardous Occurrences, you'll be able to visualize the risks most likely to alter your organization.
Environmental emergency plan (PUE)
According to federal regulations, when a hazardous material is used at high levels, the organization must conceive a specific emergency plan for this material.
Other emergency plans
We have all the expertise needed to produce specific emergency plans, such as :
Production of signs and plans
An evacuation plan is a sign informing building occupants of the steps to take in the event of an emergency and evacuation. It also serves as a guide for the fire department in the event of an emergency. There must be at least one evacuation plan per “floor area”, in accordance with the National Fire Code, article 188.8.131.52.
Displays of sprinkler system protected areas
11 × 17 sign indicating the areas protected by each sprinkler system. These signs are very useful for your municipal fire department in the event of a fire.
Mementos (Information sheets)
Document providing rapid access to emergency procedures, simplifying the coordinator's task.
Gathering points, fire department connection, directions and more
Various signs for your assembly point, sprinkler identification and more are available.