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General Emergency Evacuation Plan (GEEP)

Identifying risks to visitors and short term employees

What is a General Emergency Evacuation Plan or GEEP?

A General Emergency Evacuation Plan (GEEP) is a document that details the layout of a building, evacuation protocols, emergency equipment, and communication devices to be used during a fire emergency. GEEPs are particularly tailored to giving visitors with limited mobility or those requiring assistance during evacuations with the necessary information for a safe and efficient exit.

In public buildings, it is a requirement to prominently display a GEEP for all visitors. This includes clear signage outlining evacuation procedures, especially for those who may require assistance. Additionally it might detail the location and type of equipment for use in the evacuation of mobility impared people.  Such as evacuation chairs, fire safe lifts or refuge areas.

Does my building need a GEEP?

Yes if you allow in the general public such as a shop or pud.  Or if you have a high turnover of staff.   Otherwise no.

Please contact Fire Safety Specialists for for further details on the number above for more information or to get a quote on a GEEP.

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