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below. The GRFD Fire Prevention Bureau should receive a copy of these reports when completed.
The Fire Prevention Bureau offers assistance with training and conducting fire and other emergency
drills. As a part of a facility’s Emergency Plans, training exercises and drills will be conducted each
year by the Building and/or Emergency Coordinator to practice the plan. %= FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY PROGRAM Emergency Evacuation Plan Template &Hazard Assessment
The template beginning on the next page may be used in the development of an Emergency
Evacuation Plan which conforms to the requirements of the applicable fire code and standards. % FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY PROGRAM BUILDING/BUSINESS NAME & ADDRESS
EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN (DRAFT) (DRAFT) Policy Statement
According to ____________________________________ (Building Name & Address) policy,
employees are not required to fight fires and should evacuate the building immediately in the event of
a fire. The Grand Rapids Fire Department has primary responsibility for managing fire emergencies,
and must be notified immediately of such situations at their emergency number by calling 911.
Employees may use fire extinguishers to fight small incipient-stage fires (no larger than a waste paper
basket) only if they have been trained in the proper use of a fire extinguisher and are confident in their
ability to cope with the hazards of a fire. In such cases, fire-fighting efforts must be terminated when it
becomes obvious that there is danger of harm from smoke, heat, or flames.
Building Coordinator is: Emergency Coordinator is: Building and/or Emergency Coordinators should be contacted with any questions about this
Emergency Evacuation Plan.
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2014 for the course MOS 5101 taught by Professor Dr.baumgardner during the Fall '13 term at Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach.
- Fall '13