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Company: Allied Universal Security Services
Location: ON, Canada
Career Level: Entry Level
Industries: Business Services, Consulting


Allied Universal is seeking Fire Safety Coordinator in Canada.  


The Fire Safety Coordinator/s shall have the minimum qualification listed below:

  • Ten plus years of operational experience in occupational fire safety and/or fire prevention in the regional/Toronto
  • Knowledge and thorough understanding of the chemistry of fire, fire.
  • Knowledge and thorough understanding of building construction and how it relates to fire development, fire spread and the danger to
  • Knowledge and thorough understanding of all types of fire sprinkler, fire suppression, fire detection and fire alarm systems
  • Knowledge and thorough understanding of applicable National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards and best practices
  • Ability to interact with outside contractors and government agencies
  • Ability to understand plans, drawings, and diagrams
  • Ability to develop, implement and monitor programs, policies, and procedures
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively orally and in writing
  • Possess excellent organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to accurately complete and maintain required organizational and government required reports and records
  • Knowledge of emergency response organizations, procedures, and capabilities
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions
  • Ability to react quickly and calmly in emergency situations and to determine the proper course of action
  • Ability to explain and interpret pertinent provisions of laws, ordinances and regulations
  • Ability to converse plainly and directly in a courteous and friendly manner with a variety of persons
  • Knowledge and understanding of computer programs/systems applicable to duties and responsibilities
  • Ability to set up guidelines for actions to be taken for unplanned events affecting life safety of employees and property protection
  • Good organizational and personnel management skills
  • Ability to contribute as a subject matter expert in the planning of new real estate ventures or alteration and renovation of existing ones
  • Ability to conduct fire warden training
  • Ability to conduct and manage fire drills
  • Ability to conduct fire awareness and fire prevention training of employees
  • Ability to analyze fire hazards and remediation




The Fire Safety Coordinator responsibilities are as follows:

The Fire Safety Coordinator will ensure that local Fire Safety and Emergency Evacuation programs adhere to local regulations and national codes, company policies, standards, and procedures to minimize risk.

  1. Identify and maintain for reference all local fire safety codes and ensure compliance.
  2. Formulate and implement local plans and procedures for fire safety and emergency evacuation programs based on local and regional
  3. Ensure that local fire wardens complete training via an approved training program or
  4. Ensure that training and information is available to staff members on fire safety policies, procedures, and
  5. Ensure that local wardens have all equipment required for their duties, including fire warden vests, hats, flags, and flashlights if required, and any other equipment required by local codes or
  6. Administer policy and procedures as they relate to all fire safety programs.
  7. Assist with identification, investigation and correction of any fire safety
  8. Liaise with representatives of local fire departments and regulatory agencies.
  9. Review the effectiveness of fire safety
  10. Maintain a record of all assigned fire safety and emergency evacuation personnel, to include fire wardens and
  11. Review and approve, as necessary, emergency evacuation plans.
  12. Conduct a fire risk assessment of the
  13. Establish fire safety and emergency evacuation plans and programs for the
  14. Ensure that awareness training for fire and emergency building procedures is available to all
  15. Coordinate fire safety programs with building management in leased facilities.
  16. Determine the number of Fire Wardens needed in a facility, based on occupancy, travel distance to exit, emergency stairway, and risk assessment
  17. Conduct fire and emergency drills, consistent with policy, local law, and recommendation of risk assessment, if
  18. Identify fire risks & issues and propose corrective

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