Fire Protection

Due to the potential hazards, precautionary fire protection takes top priority. For example, fire-fighting and rescue measures for particular locations and objects such as the facilities of public transport, a preparation plan (fire-fighting schedule) should be created to enable the fire brigade to organise a systematic rescue operation when emergencies occur. In addition, structural facilities should be equipped in a way so as not to be hazardous in case of fire.


  • Fire brigade plans according to DIN 14095
  • Safety and hazard identification
  • Escape route plans
  • Running maps
  • BMA plans
  • UMS plans