Customizable PFP

Customizable PFP

Standard features

Graphical representation: Graphical symbols and layouts can be customized to meet user preferences.

Drill-down menu structure: Pre-fire plan information is provided in layers from overview status screens to individual rooms and checklists. Navigation between the layers is performed through interactive hyperlinks and buttons.

Pre-planned attack paths: Identification and activation of primary and secondary fire attack paths are provided based upon actual conditions.

Configuration control module: User access privileges are controlled, along with formal revision control (prepare/review/approve) of controlled data.

Identification of staging locations: Recommended staging locations of personnel and equipment are highlighted graphically based on live scenario inputs.

Print ready: Pre-fire plans are designed to be printed in a document-ready format including revision history.

Optional features

All optional features are custom built to match customer needs.

Interactive pre-fire plan checklists: Checklists interact with live scenario data to provide recommended actions such as ventilation options, electrical isolation, and hazard protection.

Interactive incident command interface: Interface allows for placement and tracking of assets during a drill, training or actual incident. Logging of event is possible to support post-drill or incident critique. Fire detection and suppression system status can be included on the interactive plans to communicate with the incident response team.

Combustible and chemical inventory tracking modules: Monitor inventory levels and loading limits to ensure safety features are adequate. Material Safety Data Sheets: The MSDS are linked directly to locations within the pre-fire plans for easy access.

Chemical dispersion analysis: An interactive gaseous dispersion model is available to assist with protective action decision making.

GLASS customizable PFP
Adding Incident Command to PFP provides the incident commander with a set of tools to perform real-time incident tracking of procedures, events, and scenarios as they occur. An incident commander can track the progress of an event by placing icons onto the drawing. From the Incident Command toolbar, the IC can direct fire brigade teams into position, stage safety equipment, and identify locations for additional help such as another fire brigade team or a medical staff unit. The incident is tracked using time-stamped log entries to indicate completed steps, when help arrives, and to aid in documenting the incident for a post-incident critique.
Pre-fire plans

Pre-fire plans

Visualisation of fire protection features and interactive incident command.

PFP brochure

Pre-fire plans brochure

Download the brochure to find out more about GLASS pre-fire plans.

PFP - nuclear facility

PFP – nuclear facilities

GLASS provides a controlled location for maintaining facility data.

PFP - municipal/industry

PFP – municipal/industry

Municipal departments encounter diverse variables in the event of a fire.

GLASS surveillance module

PFP – surveillance module

Directly record surveillance data from field walk-downs into a portable device.