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In conducting routine pre-fire plans, firefighters can prevent fire and injury by recognizing these 5 common fire and life safety code violations. ...

In conducting routine pre-fire plans, firefighters can prevent fire and injury by recognizing these 5 common fire and life safety code violations.

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  • 1. How To Recognize 5 Common Fire/Life Safety Issues 1. Exterior 2. Exits How is your relationship with your fire 3. Extinguishers prevention bureau? 4. Sprinkler systems 5. Fire Alarms
  • 2. • Plain and legible• Visible from street• Contrast with background• Minimum 6” FFPC 1:10.12
  • 3. • Accessible/unobstructed• 7’6” clearance to the front and sides• 4’ clearance to the rear• Minimum18” above grade to center of hose outlet FFPC 1:18.3 and NFPA 24:7.3
  • 4. “The AHJ shall have authority to require an access box…installed in an accessible location…” FFPC 1:18.2• Within 24” of left side of mainentrance• 4’-6’ above grade• Additional symbols required? FSS 633.027 and FAC 69A-60.0081
  • 5. • Clearly marked FFPC 101:7.10• Unobstructed/accessible at all times FFPC 101:7.5
  • 6. 1. Visible, and easily accessible 2. Fully charged3. 4”-5’ AFF 4. Require annual service/maintenance tag FFPC 1:13.6
  • 7. • Fire sprinkler system in compliance• Deficiencies found, not in compliance FAC 69A-46.041
  • 8. •System to be tagged (onpanel)• Devices to be visible andaccessible• Components to be in goodrepair and working condition FFPC 1:13.7 and NFPA 72
  • 9. 1. Exterior2. Exits3. Extinguishers4. Sprinkler systems5. Fire Alarms