Personal emergency evacuation plans (PEEPs): templates

See templates for personal emergency evacuation plans (PEEPs) for individuals with disabilities, including examples from schools, local authorities and the government. Also, get tips on how to write a PEEP.

Last reviewed on 10 November 2022
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  1. Take a look at example templates from schools
  2. See PEEP templates from other organisations
  3. How to write a PEEP

Take a look at example templates from schools

St Bede's Catholic Primary School, a voluntary aided school in Redbridge, has a managed fire plan (under 'Premises Policies') which includes a template for a PEEP on pages 9 to 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).

Holyhead School, a secondary academy in Birmingham has a template on its policies page (filed under 'Health & Safety'). It provides:

  • Guidance on consulting with pupils and their parents
  • A template questionnaire
  • A template summary of evacuation routes

See PEEP templates from other organisations

Hammersmith and Fulham Council publishes guidance for schools and a template PEEP (download the documents from the 'Fire' section). The comprehensive guidance walks you through the process of creating