Personal emergency evacuation plans (PEEPs): examples

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 2023
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Contents
  1. Take a look at example templates from schools
  2. See PEEP templates from local authorities
  3. How to write a PEEP

Take a look at example templates from schools

Dog Kennel Hill Primary School, a community school in Southwark, has a PEEP policy that includes a template plan (pages 8 and 9). On page 7, there is a checklist of 'points to consider' when completing the form.

Hoe Valley School, a secondary free school in Surrey, has a PEEP questionnaire and template on pages 10 to 12 of its evacuation procedures document.

See PEEP templates from local authorities

Local authorities

Dorset Council offers a template PEEP for schools. It includes space for recording details of the alarm system to be used, the evacuation procedure, designated assistance, equipment provided, and safe escape routes. Find the template

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