Fire Safety Plan

Vancouver Campus

At Simon Fraser University, Vancouver compliance with the Fire Services Act, BC Fire Code, as adopted by the City of Vancouver, University policies/procedures and, where applicable, the Landlord's fire safety requirements is shared by Operations Department, EHS and where applicable the landlord.

Harbour Centre

Fire Safety Plan

The building owner (Landlord) at Harbour Centre Complex has established a Fire Safety Plan that meets jurisdictional requirements and has been approved by the Fire Prevention Division of the Fire and Rescue Services of the City of Vancouver. The Operations Department of Simon Fraser University, Vancouver maintains the program in Simon Fraser University occupied space.

Fire Evacuation Personnel

Fire Safety Personnel consist of the Fire Safety Director, the Deputy Fire Safety Director, The Evacuation Control Officer, Floor Wardens and Security Personnel. The Fire Safety Director and Deputy Fire Safety Director are appointed from the Operations Department personnel by the Executive Director of the Vancouver Campus. The Fire Safety Director or Deputy appoints the Evacuation Control Officer (ECO) and from amongst Simon Fraser University employees on a volunteer basis and in conjunction with the Department Heads, the Floor Wardens. During times that the University is closed and largely unoccupied, the duties of Evacuation Control Officer and Floor Wardens are carried out by Security personnel.

The Deputy Fire Safety Director is responsible to ensure that the Fire Safety Plan is reviewed annually to ensure that it is accurate, recruit floor wardens where positions have become vacant, ensure that all wardens have received the appropriate training and equipment such as vest, cap, and report forms.

Duties of Fire Evacuation Personnel are per the approved Fire Plan provided by the Landlord, Harbour Centre Complex.

Equipment Maintenance and Testing

The Landlord is responsible for maintenance and testing of fire safety equipment as per their established procedures. Where Simon Fraser University has installed additional fire extinguishers the annual maintenance and testing is arranged by the Operations Department.

Fire Drills

Fire Drills are coordinated with the Landlord and Simon Fraser University Fire Evacuation Personnel by the Deputy Fire Safety Director (Operations Department).

Building Evacuation Control Officer (ECO) Duties

The Evacuation Control Officer at the time of a fire alarm is responsible to see that floor wardens report in (where visual contact is possible) and that when appropriate (second stage) the evacuation begins. The Evacuation Control Officer then goes directly to the designated meeting spot so that evacuees know where to congregate.

Security

Security is available to assist the Emergency Responders once they are in Simon Fraser University space. During the times when there are limited fire personnel, security may play a greater role in building evacuation. Security also has a liaison role with the landlord regarding evacuation of the building and re-entry.

Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue and Segal Graduate School of Business

Fire Safety Plans

A Fire Safety Plan has been developed for each building that meets jurisdictional requirements and has been approved by the Fire Prevention Division of the Fire and Rescue Services of the City of Vancouver.

  • The Centre for Dialogue Fire Plan was developed by Locke, MacKinnon, Domingo and Gibson Associates, Ltd. A division of Vancouver Fire Prevention Service Co. Ltd.
  • The Segal Graduate School of Business Fire Plan was developed National Fire and Safety Planners.

The Operations Department of Simon Fraser University, Vancouver maintains the programs.

Fire Evacuation Personnel

Fire Safety Personnel consist of the Fire Safety Director, the Deputy Fire Safety Director, The Evacuation Control Officer, Floor Wardens and Security Personnel. The Fire Safety Director and Deputy Fire Safety Director are appointed from the Operations Department personnel by the Executive Director of the Vancouver Campus. The Fire Safety Director or Deputy appoints the Evacuation Control Officer (ECO) and from amongst Simon Fraser University employees on a volunteer basis and in conjunction with the Department Heads, the Floor Wardens. During times that the University is closed and largely unoccupied, the duties of Evacuation Control Officer and Floor Wardens are carried out by Security personnel.

The Deputy Fire Safety Director is responsible to ensure that the Fire Safety Plan is reviewed annually to ensure that it is accurate, recruit floor wardens where positions have become vacant, ensure that all wardens have received the appropriate training and equipment such as vest, cap, and report forms.

Duties of Fire Evacuation Personnel are per the approved Fire Plan.

Equipment Maintenance and Testing

Operations Department is responsible for maintenance and testing of fire safety equipment as per their established procedures. Fire extinguishers and the annual maintenance and testing is arranged by the Operations Department.

Fire Drills

Fire Drills are coordinated by the Deputy Fire Safety Director (Operations Department).

Building Evacuation Control Officer (ECO) Duties

The Evacuation Control Officer at the time of a fire alarm is responsible to see that floor wardens report in as the evacuation begins. The Evacuation Control Officer then goes directly to the designated meeting spot so that evacuees know where to congregate.

Security

Security is available to assist the Emergency Responders. During the times when there are limited fire personnel, security may play a greater role in building evacuation.

Hours of Operation

Harbour Centre

Monday–Thursday

7:30am to 10:30pm

Friday

7:30am to 9:00pm

Saturday + Sunday

7:30am to 6:00pm

Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue

Monday–Friday

7:00am to 6:00pm

Segal Graduate School of Business

Monday–Saturday
7:30am to 6:00pm

Goldcorp Centre for the Arts

Monday–Sunday
7:30am to 10:30pm

Contact

Building Maintance Help Desk

778–782–7891

Security

  • Harbour Centre
    778-782-5029
  • Segal Graduate School of Business
    778-782-7911
  • Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue
    778-782-7944
  • Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
    778-782-5749

Emergency

  • 778–782–5252
    Harbour Centre, Segal Graduate School of Business and Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue
  • 778–782–6649
    Goldcorp Centre for the Arts

 

  • Medical ie. OFA 2 Assistance
  • Report a Suspicious Person
  • Report a Theft

 

Serious Medical Emergency

911