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Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEPS)

Ensuring that all those who come onto your premises can safely evacuate in the event of an emergency, such as fire, is an essential part of every emergency plan.

Our ExperiencePersonal Emergency Evacuation plans for buildings

Salvus have a wide experience of assisting to create emergency plans that include all aspects relating to the safe evacuation of those who require assistance.  Our experience has been gained over many years and enabling us to review and revise plans on behalf of LOCOG for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games, evacuation of Care Homes, Housing Associations ‘sheltered schemes and assist in providing PEEP guidance for SEN departments in educational establishments.  

Tailored PEEP’s

All our PEEP’s that are tailored to both client and individual needs. We can assess, by informal interviews and chats, with those that may require assisted evacuation, liaise with those responsible for evacuation to bring together an effective plan and provide guidance on a range of evacuation equipment that may be used to assist.Evac refuge Our assessments and preparation in producing PEEPs assist clients to fulfil their obligations under current equality and fire safety legislation. We can also provide training on the safe use of equipment, the management of the PEEPS, and will assist in planning and manage evacuation exercises to test the effectiveness of any PEEP’s that have been produced. The services that we offer to ensure that access can be available for all is directly linked to our access surveys, so if you are looking for a complete solution, talk to Salvus

Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans

For further information regarding our range of Personal Emergency Evacuation Planning services please contact us

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