Pyramid Fire Safety Plans Now Offers Residential Fire Safety Inspections

Pyramid Fire Safety Plans now offers residential fire safety inspections.

Residential fire safety inspections assist owners to ensure that their home is as safe as possible and compliant to the Ontario Fire Code.  Jeff, who is an active member on the Cobourg Fire Safety Team, saw a need to assist members of the community.

In 2013, structure fires accounted for 67% of the total fires in Ontario.  Residential fires account for 73% of all fire structure fire losses. There were 801 injuries and 67 fatalities and an estimated losses of $572,7000.00 due to fires. (Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management. MCSCS Website)

We complete a comprehensive home fire safety inspection of your residence.  After completing the home fire safety inspection, we review the inspection report with you.  Suggestions on how to increase the overall safety of your home will be given.  Many homeowners have questions about their fire safety devices.  Homeowners aren’t sure of location and maintenance of their fire safety devices. We help homeowners make sure they have the proper devices for the correct locations.   If there are any specific concerns Fire Safety Logosuch as hearing impairments, we can make suggestions for product options to provide the highest level of fire protection security for your home.

Don’t let your home be a statistic, contact us today to book your residential fire safety inspection.



Teaching Children About Safety Is As Important As Training Staff On Fire Safety Plans




With the start of a new school year, we are all focusing on the safety of our children.  As a parent of a 4-year-old, I believe that it’s important to teach our children at a young age about safety.  As I’m sure that most parents feel the same way, safety of our children is our number one priority.  I have been teaching my 4-year-old his address and phone number, how to call 911 and our family evacuation plan in case of a fire.



A building/business owner should consider customers and employees their children.  It is the building/business fire-safety-planowners number one priority to make sure that everyone is safe.  A Fire Safety Plan is developed to ensure the highest level of safety for people as well as the property.  Once a Fire Safety Plan has been developed, staff should be trained regularly to effectively manage situations safety and assist people out of  dangerous situations.  A Fire Safety Plan is also submitted to the Fire Department so that they are also familiar with the property and know pertinent details of the property in case of emergency.   The training, education, and information that is contained in a fire safety plan provides essential fire safety measures for the fire department, employees, residents, customers, and the public.  These components are essential to create a fire safe environment for the community.