Fire Prevention Plan


  • Implement procedures to reduce the risk of fire
  • Understand response procedures in the event of fire

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Construction projects don’t always take place in new buildings where the risk of fire is low. Many construction projects take place in existing buildings where activities such as welding and cutting can pose a fire risk. In order to mitigate this risk it’s important to have a fire prevention plan for your jobsite.

A fire prevention plan outlines key processes and procedures that your jobsite will put in place to help reduce the risk of fire. It identifies key safety measures as well as procedures that occur in the event of a fire.

This document is an in depth fire prevention plan that you can implement on your project site. It is a word document meaning it will work in all modern word processors including Microsoft Word, Google Docs and Apple Word.

Keep your site safe from fire and implement a fire safety plan today.

As a reminder it is up to you to ensure that this plan conforms will all code requirements for your jobsite.


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