We will help you know if you are meeting the owner responsibilities set forth by the Section 7 Fire Code.
As a building owner, you are responsible for following all the provisions set forth in the Ontario Section 7 Fire Code. It would take you several hours to read Ontario Regulation 213/07 made under the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997, and even then, you might not understand whether or not your building complies. Thankfully, you need not go through this arduous process. You can simply call us at Belanger Engineering to schedule the necessary building review, condition assessment, and smoke control equipment testing needed to learn whether your building meets the Section 7 Fire Code requirements.
Reaching out to us is not just a matter of ensuring you are meeting your responsibilities under the Section 7 Fire Code, but also to give you peace of mind that the occupants of your building are not at risk because of preventable issues with your building. Not only do you want to avoid the risk of injury due to fire and smoke, but also the collapse of physical elements of your building during a fire because your fire safety systems failed to function. You want everyone to be able to safely exit your building in the event of a fire, which is why smoke control equipment testing is so important.
We will let you know if your smoke control equipment is functioning properly and meets the requirements set forth in the Section 7 Fire Code and Ontario Building Code. This equipment enables occupants to exit your building with as little smoke inhalation danger as possible by directing smoke away from the exit paths. If you would like to know more about how we can help you as a building owner in the Toronto, Ontario area, reach out today to schedule an appointment.