Exit sign, exit signs are an important part of fire safety plans.

No matter the time of year, a fire safety plan is crucial for your business and even your home. For businesses and construction sites, there are specific OSHA fire safety standards that must be met. At The Safety Group, we provide safety consulting services to help ensure adherence to OSHA and local regulations. Here are tips for developing a fire safety plan for business.

How to Make a Fire Safety Plan

Our safety experts can help develop your custom fire safety plan through our safety consulting services. These plans are built to meet all OSHA fire safety standards, construction safety needs, and more. If you choose to formulate your own fire safety plan, be sure to consult with your on site safety manager or construction company for guidance. Below are tips on how to make a fire safety plan, and what to include in a fire safety plan:

  • Learn your requirements. There are varying OSHA fire safety standards that must be met by construction sites and businesses. Before forming your fire safety plan, explore OSHA’s requirements to understand your regulations.
  • Identify fire hazards. A solid fire safety plan isn’t just about fire escape plans, it’s also important to develop techniques for preventing fires. You must identify potential fire hazards and develop a plan for prevention.
  • Plan for all emergencies. While you need a plan for fire-related emergencies, it’s also crucial to have an all-around emergency action plan for your business or construction site. This includes weather hazards and chemical emergencies.
  • Develop an exit route. Exit routes are important part of OSHA fire safety standards. These exit routes must be clearly marked throughout the building or construction site.

Our construction safety group can help with development of fire safety plans for business, construction safety tips, OSHA training, and more. For more help with your fire safety plan development, contact our team at The Safety Group.