Personal emergency evacuation plans (PEEPs): templates
See templates for personal emergency evacuation plans (PEEPs) for individuals with disabilities, including examples from schools, fire and rescue services and the government. Get tips too on how to write a PEEP.
Take a look at example templates from schools
Hartest Church of England (CofE) Primary School in Suffolk has a template for a personal emergency evacuation plan (PEEP) on page 19 of its health and safety policy.
It has sections for setting out:
- How the individual will be alerted to an emergency evacuation
- The names of people designated to give assistance in an emergency
- The methods of assistance that will be used
- Any equipment provided
- The evacuation procedure
- Safe routes
St Bede's Catholic Primary School in Redbridge has a managed fire plan (under 'Premises Policies') which includes a template for a PEEP on pages 9-13. The form includes a checklist to note key information, including time/days covered by the plan, and then different questionnaires for pupils with:
- Mobility impairment
- Visual impairment
- Hearing impairment
The template ends with a list of staff and responsibilities (page 14).
The Home Office previously published fire safety guidance for people with disabilities - see 'Fire safety risk assessment: