Create Hotel or Hospitality Industry Fire Safety and Evacuation Plan
Edited by Hotelier, Rushell, Eng
Hello and thank you for watching VisiHow. Today, we will discuss guest fire safety and evacuation plans for hotels. We'll talk about where they should be posted and what kind of information should be on them. As a note, this type of plan may be required by the ordinance, so you should find out if your area has such an ordinance and prepare your plan according to these types of guidelines that may be supplied by your fire department or local officials. In case it is not, and we do have to prepare our own building's evacuation plan, this tutorial may be of some assistance.
- 1These are locations that are easily seen by our guests. Our staff will have alternative plans, but for the guest, the back of each hotel room door will be widely seen. It should be posted at eye level. We will need to prepare a plan specifically for each guest room.Generally, we will find the guest fire safety and evacuation plan on the back or on the inside of each guest room door.
- 12This would be general information about fire safety and evacuation. It could be as simple as, "In case of a fire, do not use the elevator. Only use the stairs." These can include types of general safety information that can be applicable in a wide variety of situations if necessary.Finally, on our safety and evacuation plan, we can include some safety language.
- 13If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please leave them in the space below.This concludes today's tutorial on hotel guest fire safety and evacuation plans.
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