Fire Planning Process
- Awareness of the Problem
- Management Commitment
- Emergency Organization
Preplanning is often not taken seriously enough:
- Completed hurriedly
- Not communicated or consolidated
- Discussed post-incident
By contrast, FPA takes a systematic approach:
- Types of hazards (hazmat, bldg, etc.)
- What is likely to happen
- Off-site impact?
- Life-safety hazards?
- Environmental implications
- Degree of probability incident will occur (history, mitigation, etc.)
- Business continuity -salvage concerns ,ie, servers, records, etc.