Floor Plan. Do any offices in your building have sensitive areas? Identifying any special tenant needs and/or procedures will ensure that in case of emergency time-sensitive materials and/or equipment can be addressed as quickly as possible. Mapped floor plans will also enable emergency and restoration crews to have pre-existing documentation for quick identification of water shut off valves, breaker boxes, janitorial closets, pre-existing damage and other information unique to your facility that will help crews know where to go as quickly as possible. As part of a building assessment, the Disaster Relief Plan will also identify potential building risks, evaluate and rank priority response areas as well as determine training and monitoring needs.
In case of an emergency, response time will be critical to saving your property from total destruction. Having a well-thought out, up-to-date Disaster Relief Plan can help emergency and restoration crews be as proactive as possible in saving your property and the contents housed within. Time is also money. With construction crews on the scene, you want to maximize billable hours. Making sure crews know where to go, what type of building needs they are walking into and who to coordinate with will help restoration teams act quickly to save your property and reduce your billable hours.
Don’t have a Disaster Relief Plan? Alberta Fire and Flood offers priority agreements to help you develop a proactive emergency response plan and reduce your financial burden.
Please call Alberta Fire and Flood at 403. 204.2259 for assistance, even in the most sensitive of circumstances.
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