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Unformatted text preview: 404.3.2: 1. Preferred method of reporting a fire or other emergency: - 5 - *C6 * C6 - ' G 3K ? 6 ( CGM ) "( 3GG 3GG 6 " -5 # <== " ) B*-G6-C4 " 4 " " 7 -5 3G35? ! " 3 G- 6 1 ! " ! ) ) ! 35 ? C S <== 2 !" ) " <== ! ) 2. The life safety strategy for [Building Name and/or Address] is (one of the following): • • • • • Evacuate all occupants at the sound of alarm (appropriate for non-highrise facilities with no mobility impaired persons) Evacuate all occupants except persons with mobility impairments, who will be assisted to an area of refuge by the evacuation assistant(s), who will then evacuate themselves and notify emergency services of location of mobility-impaired person Evacuate occupants on the floor of the alarm, the floor above, and the floor below, with all others remaining in place, at the sound of alarm (highrise or large facilities) Evacuate occupants on the floor of the alarm, the floor above, and the floor below, with all others remaining in place, upon voice evacuation directions via the fire alarm system (requires emergency voice/alarm fire alarm system) Evacuate occupants on the floor of the alarm, the floor above, and the floor below, with persons with mobility impairments be assisted to areas of refuge; assistants will then evacuate and notify emergency services of location of mobility impaired person &= FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY PROGRAM 3. Attach site plans with the following areas indicated (Contact GRFD for assistance): • Occupant’s emergency assembly point • Locations of fire hydrants • Normal routes of fire department vehicle access 4. Attach floor plans identifying the locations of the following (See “Emergency Evacuation Floor Plan Guidelines,” page 67, above): • Exits • Primary evacuation routes • Secondary evacuation routes • Accessible (Handicapped) egress routes • Areas of refuge • Manual fire alarm boxes (pull stations) • Portable fire extinguishers • Fire alarm controls 5. List of Workplace Fire Hazards and Prevention Strategies Work Area Fire Hazards Prevention Strategy & FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY PROGRAM 6. List of personnel responsible for maintenance of fire prevention or fire control systems and/or equipment: Name Title System and/or Equipment 7. List of pers...
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  • Fall '13
  • Dr.Baumgardner
  • ........., Fire protection, Fire Prevention Bureau, Grand Rapids Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau, GRFD Fire Prevention Bureau, GRAND RAPIDS FIRE DEPARTMENT

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