• Fire and Life Safety.

Our Fire and Life Safety Services provide clients with the tools needed to ensure a safe environment for employees, customers, and first responders. The Fire and Life Safety Cannabis Feasibility Assessment offers an expert property assessment to identify jurisdiction and regulating agency standards for the California Fire Code and Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA).

Feasibility Assessment

The Fire and Life Safety Cannabis Feasibility Assessment is a review conducted by GSGR’s Fire and Life Safety Specialist to determine a facility’s viability for Commercial Cannabis use. This will include a property audit and examination of the state regulations and allotted jurisdiction’s cannabis ordinances.

The Fire and Life Safety Cannabis Feasibility Assessment includes:

  • Detailed Site visit by Fire and Life Safety Specialist

  • Review of state and local Fire Code and ordinances, and Health and Safety codes as applicable to CUPA which would impact cannabis uses for the property

  • Detailed analysis of viability for each cannabis use permitted on a property

  • Initial recommendations on location for uses within the facility


Fire and Life Safety Compliance Subscription

The Fire and Life Safety Compliance Subscription provides ongoing services for your location to ensure the safety of people at your facility and keep your operation in compliance with the California Fire Code and Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA).

Services include:
  • Annually

    • Hazardous Materials Business Plan review and updates if required, or  annual certification statement, whichever is applicable.

    • Annual Hazardous Materials Business Plan employee training.

  • Monthly

    • Monthly site safety and compliance walk with responsible staff/manager

    • Respond to responsible staff inquiries regarding fire code and CUPA compliance

  • Quarterly

    • Hazardous Materials Business Plan Site Audit (includes inventories audit)

  • As needed

    • GSGR staff present for any inspection from government agencies including Fire Department, CUPA regulators

    • New staff training