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  Fire Drill and Training Programme
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In order for the Fire and Life Safety Program to be effective, it is necessary that all supervisory staff within the building participate in a comprehensive training program. The program includes lectures and handouts and is followed up by a fire drill to reinforce the training. The fire drill will provide an opportunity to provide practical training of the emergency evacuation procedures and the use of the exit facilities for all building occupants.

Ideally fire drills should begin with practices on each floor or area.

On completion of each drill, all people delegated responsibility should attend a debriefing to report on their actions, the reactions of the occupants and observations with recommendations to improve the evacuation process.

Fire drills shall be held at intervals not greater than 12 months for the supervisory staff except that in day-care centers and in Group B (Hospital/Nursing Homes/Prisons) major occupancies and residential care facilities, such drills shall be held at least once per month; in schools attended by children total evacuation fire drills shall be held at least 10 times each school year, and where practicable in the opinion of the principal, at least once each month and; in building within the scope of Subsection 3.2.6 of the National Building Code of Canada (High Rise Buildings), such drills shall be held at intervals not greater than 2 months.

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