The increasing application of Building Information Modeling (BIM) is brought in the decision making of the planning and construction for more and more projects in the AEC/ FM industry. All these projects have to consider the fire safety requirements to ensure the safety goals of the building code. Consequently, there is a need for a standard and formal definition of fire safety information in BIM. The goal of this paper is to extend the IFC specifications for fire safety components. This paper shows the results of the analysed requirements and existing IFC schema in terms of fire safety, limited to the use case and regulations in Germany. Based on an assessment of this analyses, this study determines the missing information requirements of fire safety in the BIM environment and defines new entities and properties. However, there are a wide range of required entities and properties that have to be added to the BIM standard. The authors expect to improve the process of BIM quality assurance and enhance the quality of BIM information with this research on fire safety.