Fire and Evacuation Plan
We specialise in writing and compiling Fire and Evacuation Plans for our clients.
In accordance with the Building Fire Safety Regulation (BFSR) 2008 and the Fire and Rescue Service Act 1990, the occupier of a building must ensure they have a written Fire and Evacuation Plan.
A Fire and Evacuation Plan details the course of action to be taken by persons within the building in the event of a fire or other incident requiring evacuation to ensure their own and other person’s safety.
The overall purpose of a Fire and Evacuation Plan is to reference in the case of an emergency and to produce on demand to the Queensland Fire Rescue Service.
The Fire Evacuation Plan we supply is contained in a red A4 size Fire Evacuation Manual and includes all of the required documentation to comply with the Fire and Rescue Service Act 1990 and the BFSR 2008.
There are three types of Fire and Evacuation Plans:
- High Occupancy Building Plan – required for buildings that have 30 or more employees
- Low Occupancy Building Plan – buildings under 29 employees
- Accommodation Plan – required for accommodation unit providers
For further information on Fire and Evacuation Plan requirements, a copy of the BFSR 2008 and Fire and Rescue Service Act 1990 is available to download.
Building Fire Safety Regulation 2008 « click here to download the Regulation
Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990 (reprint May 2015) « click here to download the Act
Please contact us for further details and pricing information.