CEPP 100: Creating a Fire and Life Safety Plan
We have created a standardized emergency response plan format that is scalable to meet the needs of various organizations, building types and building occupancies, called the Fire and Life Safety Plan.
By taking this training, you will receive the templates to fill out later with your internal Safety Team. During the course, we will teach you how to develop your plan and how to complete a risk assessment that defines roles and responsibilities for your Safety Team.
Step 1: Register
Step 2: Pay Below
People responsible for creating emergency plans for the building.
This could include the people responsible for facility maintenance, fire safety, emergency procedures, evacuation plans and drills, employee training and response procedures, hazard communication, and emergency response team formulation.
Cost: $350 for 3 1/2 hour training and access to standardized planning documents
Location: Denver, CO
(Exact location will be sent with confirmation details after registration.)
Dates: Sept 28, 2017 or November 16, 2017
Times: 8:30am to noon
Benefits of Training
Provides increased occupant safety through planning and training
Internal Safety Team knows and understands its roles and responsibilities
Identification of Emergency Services within the Facility
Pre-Planning Tool and Aid for First Responders
Increased response time for arriving responders
Overview of Fire Codes and Inspection Items
A complete description of what information needs to go in your emergency plans, to include how to create a Building Information Card and plans that will aid first responders and improve response time in your building
How to conduct a Hazard Analysis for your organization