NBFC 2022 Publication

45 Your Fire Escape Plan Where possible, plan two exits - a main route and an alternate exit route from each room. Make certain that everyone understands that if they hear the smoke alarm, or someone shouting “FIRE", they should immediately evacuate the home. Designate a meeting place outside your home in the event of fire. If you live in an apartment building, develop your escape plan taking into account fire escape procedures provided by the building management. Make sure your baby-sitter understands your fire escape plan. If anyone in your home is unable to evacuate without assistance, assign someone to assist them. Ensure that everyone in your home knows NOT TO RE-ENTER. Call 911 from a neighbour’s home. Draw your plan on pages 88- 89. www.fiprecan.ca