Guidance for writing a personal emergency evacuation plan
The aim of a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) is to provide people with
any form of disability, who cannot be adequately protected by the standard fire safety
provisions within premises, with a similar level of safety from the effects of fire as all
A simple strategy for providing appropriate assistance be determined and recorded
on the Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan – Required Action sheet contained in
The responsible person preparing the plan should not make assumptions about the
abilities of the disabled person. They are likely to know what they can achieve. It is
also important though that the disabled person does not feel pressured to do more
physically than they would generally be able to achieve.
Some negotiation skills, sensitivity and level of discernment are required by the
person carrying out the PEEP. Training is essential.
For occasional visitors, contractors, events such as open evenings or school plays
etc. a range of standard PEEPs can be used to ensure the safe evacuation of
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