National Life Safety Group is Canada’s leading consultancy firm, providing Fire & Emergency Management leadership & innovation to the Safety, Security & Property Operations industry. Our accredited & highly experienced team has trusted, established relationships in both public / private sectors through extensive project collaborations & experience. We have proven history in removing operational silos, allowing project & team development to flourish, while meeting & often exceeding industry standards in creating best practices.


Commercial Office High-Rise residential High-Rise Workplace Fire Warden Programs
Emergency Response Plans/Operational Continuity Planning High Risk Facilities Retail Centres, Mass Assembly and Rec Facilities
residential High-Rise




We specialize in: Our family of clients include:
  • Fire & Life Safety Crisis Management
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection & Continuity of Operations
  • Occupational Health, Safety & Crisis Management
  • Policy, Procedure & High Performance Team Development
  • Risk Identification, Mitigation, Response and Recovery Planning & Training
  • Hazard Identification, Analysis, Inspection & Investigation
  • Government Critical Infrastructure
  • Commercial, Residential, Retail and Industrial Property Management
  • High-Rise & Mass Assembly Buildings
  • Risk and Insurance
  • Hotel and Hospitality
  • Hospital / Pharmaceutical
  • Municipal Emergency Services






"NLS Group has provided tactical emergency response plans that are streamlined to receive the responding Police, Fire & EMS...Our entire student population will benefit."

- Canadian University - 2013
"We consolidated our inspections and saved over $15,000.00. The team at National Life Safety Group now manages our entire life safety program, from inspections to annual fire drills."

- Canadian Property Management Firm - 2014
"The project team at NLS Group were professional, on time and on budget. They provided sincere guidance to our facility program that allowed us to foresee operational challenges and failures."

- Critical infrastructure Sector - 2014






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