What is a Fire Safety Instruction?
A fire Safety Instruction prepared by our company is a guarantee that you will receive a document on the highest possible level. We are well qualified and have experience, that is why every fire safety instruction which we develop meet all the requirements demanded by the law in force, and is a flagship of building’s safety. We prepare fire safety instructions in cities like Wrocław, Legnica, Lubin, Polkowice, Głogów, Bolesławiec and many other.
The Fire Safety Instruction is a document which is a foundation for providing safety in a building. All building owners and administrators are obliged to establish such a document. This document should be present almost in every place, that is office, cinema, school, hospital, etc., industrial and warehouse buildings.
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A professional instruction cannot be developed without visiting a given place or building. Fire safety instructions created by our company contribute to the considerable decrease in fire risk and other dangers, which can cause damage to health and property. The implementation of a reliable instructionis a positive asset and makes it easier to negotiate lower insurance contributions, it also increases the level of comfort of all people in a building.
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§ 6 The regulation of the Ministry of Administration and Internal Affairs from 7th June 2010 on fire protection of buildings, other constructions and grounds (Journal of Laws 2010. 109.79).
1. The owners, administrators and users of buildings or their parts, which are separate fire zones and function as public utility buildings, production, warehouse and inventor buildings, residence, are obliged to provide and implement a fire safety instruction which contain:
1) Fire protection conditions which result from the intended use of a building, technological process, warehousing (storing), and technical conditions of a building (including the threat of an explosion);
2) Specifyingfire protection and firefighting equipment, fire extinguishers, and the way in which they are maintained and serviced;
3) The code of conduct in case of fire and other threat;
4) Ways in which dangerous works in terms of fire threat are secured;
5) Conditions and organization of evacuation and their practical assessment;
6) The ways in which the object users, including workers, are taught about the fire protection regulations and provisions of this instruction;
7) Tasks and duties in terms of fire protection for people who are their constant users;
8) Plans of buildings which include their situation, as well as precincts, containing graphic data which concerns, in particular:
a) Building’s area, height and floor numbers,
b) The distance from neighbouring buildings,
c) Fire parameters of flammable substances,
d) Fire load density in a fire zone or fire zones,
e) People threat category, an estimated number of people on every floor and in every room,
f) Location of rooms and spaces outside classified as explosion threat zones,
g) Division of the building into fire zones,
h) Conditions of evacuation in which exits and directions of evacuation are specified,
i) Where firefighting equipment and fire extinguishers are situated, the location of main gas taps and dangerous materials, and the location of control panels for fire extinguishing devices,
j) The approach to cranes for rescuing teams,
k) External hydrants and other sources of water for the purpose of fire fighting,
l) Fire roads and other access roads, indicating entrance to the enclosed site,
9) Designation of people or entities who develop the instruction.
2. Conditions of fire protection stipulated in section 1 point 1 and plans stipulated in section 1 point 8 concerning buildings and grounds mentioned in the art.28, section 1 are given to the appropriate district (city)chief of State Fire Service to be used for planning, organizing and running the rescuing action.
3. The way in which the documents are filed should allow to use them immediately when the rescuing action takes place.
4. The district (city) marshal of State Fire Service can relieve building’s owner, administrator or user from handing the documents referred in section 2, if itdoes not result in not meeting the requirements referred in section 3, or demand to complete the documents in justified reason.
5. The documents referred in section 2 can be handed in digital form.
6. The instruction, referred in section 1, can become a part of technological and movement instruction in production, warehouse and inventory buildings, and in buildings which are situated in enclosed areas, which serve as military protection and in buildings situated in penitentiaries and arrests can become a part of security plans or rescuing procedures.
7. Fire safety instruction is updated periodically, once in two years at least, as well as after the change in building’s usage or technological process, which have an influence on fire protection conditions.
8. Fire safety instruction is not required in buildings or their parts, referred in section 2, if they do not have a zone endangered by explosion, also when:
1) The building’s cubature or its part which constitute a separate fire zone do not exceed 1 000 m3, subject to point 2;
2) The inventory building’s cubature do not exceed 1 500 m3 ;
3) The area of fire zone of an object different than the building do not exceed 1 000 m3 ;
9. Fire safety instruction should be located in places available for rescue teams.
“A well-developed fire protection documentation is a very valuable source of information for the investor and the administrator. We can find there guidelines on how to organize properly fire protection in a building, including technical aspects and possible threats and risks. Following the guidelines limits the risk of fire and increases the safety of building’s users .”
We are able to reduce the costs of insurance in real terms by implementation of good organization solutions.
We follow the rule which says that every document should contain a comprehensive collectionof information that result in good fire protection.
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