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UPDATED RULE POSITION ON ALL SAFETY CODES IN HARYANA

UPDATED RULE POSITION ON ALL SAFETY CODES IN HARYANA


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  • 1. CHECKLIST FOR TAKING OVER OF UNIWORLD GARDEN ALONGWITH STATUTORY RULES AND REGULATIONS X DETAIL 1A & 1R THE PUNJAB SCHEDULED ROADS AND CONTROLLED AREAS RESTRICTION OF UNREGULATED DEVELOPMENT ACT 1963 & RULES 1965 2A & 2R THE HARYANA DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION OF URBAN AREAS ACT 1975 & RULES 1976 3A & 3R THE HARYANA APARTMENT OWNERSHIP ACT 1983 & RULES 1987 4C THE NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA 2005 5A & 5R Haryana Lifts and Escalators Act 2008 & Rules 2009 6A & 6R Indian Electricity Act 2003 & Rules 1956 SER ITEM STATUTE DETAIL 1 DETAIL 2 DETAIL 3 X FORM SR II 1 Rule 4 Application for permission to erect/re-erect along scheduled road 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 FORM SR III 2 Rule 7 Grant of permission to erect/re-erect along scheduled road 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 FORM CL-I 3 Rule 11 Application by coloniser for change of land use 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 FORM CL-II 4 Rule 19 Agreement required to be signed by coloniser 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 FORM CL-III 5 Rule 20(2) Grant of permission with terms and conditions 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 FORM CL-IV 6 Rule 22(1) Application for completion/part completion by coloniser 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 FORM AC-I 7 Rule 27 Application for means of access from public road 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 FORM AC-II 8 Rule 30 Sanction for means of access from public road 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 Coresponds to HUDA (Erection of Rule 38(xxxvii-a) "Structural Engineer" .. post graduate ..in Rule 38 (xxix-a) "Proof Consultant" ..person.. or group/firm…ten years Rule 38 9 PSRCARUDR 1965 Buildings) Regulations 2(xliii-a) and structural engineering .. three years experience in the experience in structural design and evaluation… multistoreyed and 1R (Definitions) 2(xxxviii-a) design of multi storey and specialized structures…" specialized structures… FORM BR-I… 2..attach herewith ..(d) Structural drawings(for record) in FORM ..BR-V(A2)... ..(e) Fire safety FORM BR-V(A2).. CERTIFICATE … BY THE OWNER, THE ARCHITECT, THE design as required in the National Building Code duly STRUCTURAL ENGINEER AND THE PROOF CONSULTANT.. " The Rule 39 approved by the State Fire Authority. Alternatively an Structure has been designed in accordance with the …National Building (Sections 8 undertaking to the effect that "the Fire Safety Plans duly Code .." Signature of Owner.. Signature of Architect .. Signature of and 25(2)(c)) approved by the State Fire Authority" will be submitted Structural Engineer… "The structural design has been checked by me FORMS BR-I & BR- "Rule 39 (1)(e) fire safety design as & Rules within 60 days. ... (h) Certificate of conformity to and has been found in order. This design is in accordance with the 10 V(A2) PSRCARUDR required under National Building 1R 38(xxix-a), regulation and structural safety ...in Form BR- National Building Code and the relevant Indian Standard Codes (with 1965 Code," 39(1)(g) and V(A2)..3.Undertaking. The construction of the building will latest amendments) including Indian Standard Codes for structures Para 2(d) of be undertaken as per the approved building plans, resistant to earthquakes and other natural hazards. The site conditions, FORM BR-I structural design given by the Structural Engineer, Fire such as conditions of soil, its load bearing capacity and the underground Safety design duly approved by the competent authority water table etc. have been duly kept in view while designing the same." and got supervised through the following Architect/ ..Signature of Proof Consultant. Engineer.
  • 2. Rule 39(1)(c) FORM BR-II Coresponds to HUDA Regulation "Rule 39 (1)(c) details of specifications of the work to be 11 (Material 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 3(1)(c) executed in form BR-II" Specification) FORM BR-III 12 Rule 44 Coresponds to HUDA Regulation 7 Sanction for erection or re-erection 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 FORM BR-IV(B) Application for permission to occupy . …has been completed on________ in all respects according to the sanctioned plans and the structural design made for the same and the suggested FORM BR-IV(B) Coresponds to HUDA Regulation modifications have been carried out. 6. The modifications made to the 13 Rule 47(2) Application for permission to occupy 1R PSRCARUDR 1965 11(1) building plans and carried out at site during the course of construction are submitted herewith. 7. Corresponding to the above modifications made in the building plans, necessary amendments were also carried out in the structural design and implemented at site. FORM BR-V(2)…. COMPLETION CERTIFICATE BY ARCHITECT AND FORM BR-V Coresponds to HUDA Regulation ENGINEER….The workmanship and all the material used for 14 Rule 47(2) 1R (2)PSRCARUDR 1965 11(1) construction meet the specifications laid down in the National Building Code. Rule 58 "Rule 58. Minimum..ventilation…In case of centrally air-conditioned Corresponds to HUDA Regulation 15 PSRCARUDR 1965 (Sections 8(2) buildings, the provisions made in the National Building Code (NBC) shall 1R 18 and 25(2)(f)) be followed. "59A. Fire protection. [Sections 8(2) and 25(2)(f)]- Fire protection More specific than Rule 39(1)(e) by Rule 59A Covered more generally by Regulation 3(1)(e) of HUDA measures provided in Part IV of National Building Code of India, 1983, 16 PSRCARUDR 1965 use of phrase "National Building 1R (NBC Pt 4) (Erection of Buildings) Regulations 1979. dealing with the fire protection measures as amended from time to Code Pt IV" time , shall be followed. " "Rule 60. All materials to be used for erection or re-erection of a Rule 60 Corresponds to HUDA Regulation building shall conform to the specifications and standards laid down in 17 PSRCARUDR 1965 (Sections 8(2) 1R 21 the National Building Code and the relevant IS codes or as may be laid and 25(2)(f)) down by the Government from time to time" "Rule 62. The foundations of every building shall be designed and constructed as per the requirements of National Building Code and Corresponds to HUDA Regulation relevant IndianStandard codes including codes for buildings resistant to 18 PSRCARUDR 1965 Rule 62 1R 23 earthquake and other natural hazards, and also keeping in view the safe bearing capacity of the soil and other local conditions, in the area where the building is to be erected or re-erected." "Rule 63. (2) Materials specified as damp proof course shall be as Corresponds to HUDA Regulation 19 PSRCARUDR 1965 Rule 63 indicated in the Haryana Public Works Department Specifications,1990 1R 24 edition or as provided in the National Building Code. " "Rule 64. In addition to the dead load, the building shall be designed for Rule 64 live loads including wind pressure and seismic load as per Indian Corresponds to HUDA Regulation 20 PSRCARUDR 1965 (Sections 8(2) Standard 800, the National Building Code and other relevant Indian 1R 25 and 25(2)(f)) Standard codes including for structures resistant to earthquake and other natural hazards with their latest amendments." "Rule 65. Floors...as per Haryana Public Works Department Corresponds to HUDA Regulation 21 PSRCARUDR 1965 Rule 65 Specifications 1990 edition or as laid down in the National Building 1R 26 Code." Corresponds to HUDA Regulation 22 PSRCARUDR 1965 Rule 66 "Rule 66. Walls ….as per Bureau of Indian Standard specifications…" 1R 27
  • 3. Rule 67 "Rule 67. Thickness of walls..designed and constructed….. in accordance Corresponds to HUDA Regulation 23 PSRCARUDR 1965 (Sections 8(2) with the National Building Code…… materials prescribed by the National 1R 28 and 25(2)(f)) Building Code and relevant I.S. Codes." "HUDA Regulation 29. Slenderness Ratio must not exceed the limits (However Rule 39, Form BR-I & BR-V(A2) comprehensively 24 PSRCARUDR 1965 Silent. 1R prescribed by the National Building cover all National Building Code requirements) Code and relevant I.S. Codes." "Rule 68. (1) Roofs....structurally safe.....dead loads, Corresponds to HUDA Regulation imposed loads, seismic loads and wind pressure as per 25 PSRCARUDR 1965 Rule 68 1R 31 National Building Code and other relevant Indian Standard codes, as amended from time to time"" "Rule 81. Residential building for more than two Corresponds to HUDA Regulation families..……Walls and roofs shall be of fire resisting 26 PSRCARUDR 1965 Rule 81 1R 42 materials and shall be carried on supports of fire resisting materials." Corresponds to HUDA Regulation "Rule 93. Pipes for conveying smoke…complying with the 27 PSRCARUDR 1965 Rule 93 1R 52 Indian Standard Specification for pipes…" Rule 99 [See HUDA Act Section 112(2) "The State Government for all "HUDA Regulation 58. Net work of foul and waste water drainage to be HUDA Act Corresponds to HUDA Regulation intents and purposes of this Chapter shall be the kept separate - The net work of foul water drainage and the net work of 28 PSRCARUDR 1965 1R 1977 Section 58 Government in the Department of Town and Country waste water drainage shall be designed according to requirements of 112(2)] Planning." National Building Code." Rule 101 HUDA Regulations 1979 issued vide Department of Town "HUDA Regulation 60. Minimum sanitary facilities in various types of Corresponds to HUDA Regulation 29 PSRCARUDR 1965 (Sanitary and Country Planning Memo No. 479-5(8)-TCP-79/31 buildings - (i) Dwelling…. (ii) …other than residences…. In accordance 1R 60 Fittings) dated 14th February, 1979. with national building Code…" Rule 110 [See "HUDA Regulation 69. Waste water pipes - Note: If single stack system HUDA Act Corresponds to HUDA Regulation 30 PSRCARUDR 1965 is used then the above will be suitably modified according to National 1R 1977 Section 69 Building Code." 112(2)] "Rule 112-A. Rain Water Harvesting..(10) The Water Rule 112-A Corresponds to HUDA Regulation (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1974 (Act 6 of 31 PSRCARUDR 1965 (Sections 8(2) 1R 81A 1974) with all amendments made from time to time shall and 25(2)(f)) be applicable." SCHEDULE III HUDA Form BRS-IX COMPLETION CERTIFICATE BY Qualification Corresponds to HUDA Regulations PLUMBER The workmanship and all the material meet the 32 PSRCARUDR 1965 for Plumbers 1R 11-M, 54 & 84 and SCHEDULE I specifications laid down in the National Building Code. Rules 95 & (Regulation 11-M [See HUDA Act 1977 Section 112(2)] 125 No Statutory HUDA Form BRS-VIII COMPLETION CERTIFICATE BY CONTRACTOR The HUDA Regulations 1979 issued vide Department of Town Provision for workmanship and all the material meet the specifications laid down by 33 PSRCARUDR 1965 HUDA Regulation 11-M and Country Planning Memo No. 479-5(8)-TCP-79/31 1R Certificate by the National Building Code. (Regulation 11-M [See HUDA Act 1977 dated 14th February, 1979. Contractor Section 112(2)] "All those including the coloniser who are benefited by external development works are required to pay for it. Of course, the Section 2(e), Government has the discretion to grant exemption to economically EWS (HDRUAA 1975 Rule 11(1)(h) Sweta Estates v. DTCP Haryana 34 weaker sections and similar other groups. The use of the words 'in the 2A & HDRUAR 1976) & FORM LC-IV 2003(4) R.C.R. (Civil) periphery' or 'or outside' in the definition is a clear indication of the A intention of the Legislature not to confine the external development works to the particular colony."
  • 4. FORM LC-I HDRUAR Application for grant of licence for 35 Rule 3(1) 2R 1976 residential colony FORM LC-III HDRUAR Proposal to issue licence for 36 Rule 10 2R 1976 residential colony 1..(b) That all the buildings to be constructed shall be with 1.. (n) That the owner shall reserve 15% of the total number of flats the approval of the competent authority and shall developed or proposed to be developed for allotment to economically conform to the building bye-laws and regulations in force weaker section categories, and the area of such flats shall not be less in that area and shall conform to the National Building than 200 square feet. These flats shall be allotted on the basis of the Bilateral Agreement by owner of Code with regard to the interse distances between various price charged by the Haryana Housing Board for such sizes/flats in that land intending to set up an Group blocks , structural safety, fire safety, sanitary particulars area in the following manner:- (i) That for the allotment of Housing colony - 1 ..(a) That in case requirements and circulation ( vertical and horizontal).(c) the flats the owner shall invite applications for allotment through open of group housing adequate That adequate educational, health, recreational and press from eligible member of economically weaker section categories, accommodation shall be provided cultural amenities to the norms and standards provided in as defined by the State Government /Housing Board Haryana. The for domestic servants and other the respective development plan of the area shall be owner shall also announce the tentative number of flats, its price along services Population of economically provided by the owner. The owner shall at his own cost FORM LC-IV A with sizes available for such sale. (ii) That if the number of applications 37 Rule 11(1)(h) weaker section and number of such construct the primary-cum-nursery school, community 2R HDRUAR 1976 exceeds the number of flats, the allotment shall be made through the dwelling units shall not be less than buildings/dispensary and first aid centre on the land set method of lottery/draw by the owner after giving due publicity and in 10% of the number of main apart for this purpose ... (g) That the owner shall abide by the presence of the representative of the State Government. The dwelling units and the area of such the provisions of the Haryana Apartment Ownership Act, successful applicants will be allotted flats after complying with the usual a unit shall not be less than 140 1983. ... (i) That the owner shall be responsible for the business conditions with regard to the payment of the earnest money square feet., which will cater to the maintenance and up-keep of all roads, open spaces, and acceptance of terms and conditions of the sale within the minimum size of the room along public parks, public health services for five years from the stipulated time period prescribed by the owner. (iii) That the owner with bath and water closet. date of issue of the completion certificate under rule16 while calling the applications for the allotment of economically weaker unless earlier relieved of this responsibility, which the section /lower income group categories of flats in the group housing owner shall transfer all such roads , open spaces, public colonies shall charge not more than 10% of the total tentative cost of parks and public health services free of cost to the such `flats as registration/earnest money. Government or the local authority, as the case may be. FORM LC-IX HDRUAR Completion/part completion 38 Rule 16(2) 2R 1976 certificate Grant of licence for residential FORM LC-V HDRUAR 39 Rule 12 colony with conditions and period 2R 1976 of validity FORM LC-VI HDRUAR 40 Rule 13 Application for renewal of licence 2R 1976 FORM LC-VIII Request for completion /part 41 Rule 16(1) 2R HDRUAR 1976 completion LAND UPON WHICH Rules 3(e)(v) Common areas belong to Sections 3(f)(1) and 6(1) of THE HARYANA APARTMENT 42 OPEN SURFACE 2R and 5(f) Association of Apartment Owners OWNERSHIP ACT 1983 PARKING Rules 3(e)(v) Common areas belong to Sections 3(f)(7) and 6(1) of THE HARYANA APARTMENT 43 NURSERY SCHOOL 2R and 5(f) Association of Apartment Owners OWNERSHIP ACT 1983 SEWAGE The Water (Prevention and Control Rules 3(e)(viii) 44 TREATMENT PLANT of Pollution) Act 1974 (Act 6 of Completion details awaited as work is in progress. 2R and 5(e) (STP) 1974) MASTER SEWER Rules 3(e)(viii) Not provided by HUDA as yet. STP 45 2R CONNECTION and 5(e) under completion. WATER SUPPLY Rules 3(e)(viii) Not provided by HUDA as yet. 46 2R MAINS CONNECTION and 5(d) Borewell supply.
  • 5. Rules 3(e)(v) Common areas belong to Sections 3(f)(7) and 6(1) of THE HARYANA APARTMENT 47 SHOPS 2R and 5(f) Association of Apartment Owners OWNERSHIP ACT 1983 Deptt of Renewable Energy, SOLAR WATER Rule 18(1) Installation is mandatory since 29-07-2005 but has not 48 Haryana Notification No. Sections 14(e) and 15(b) of Energy Conservation Act 2001 2R HEATING SYSTEM (Section 8(1)) been provided by developer. 22/52/2005-5P dt 29-07-2005 Rule 3 Form A Clause 3.5 ..the Purchaser shall pay an Interest Bearing Clause XVI Clause 8.3 ENTIRE AGREEMENT This agreement constitutes the entire Article 3 of Agreement to Sell Maintenance Security (IBMS) towards creation of "Sinking and Form A agreement between the Parties. The terms and conditions of this 49 IBMS (Unitech Customer Code No. Fund." …However, on formation of the Association of 3A Exhibit B Bye- Agreement shall not be changed or modified except by written 603472 dt 20.10.2004) Apartment Owners the balance fund available in this Law 45(b) amendments duly agreed between the Parties. account shall be remitted to the association. (Section 10) AMCs for Lifts, Generators, Water treatment plant, Sewage treatment ANNUAL plant, Security systems, Fire systems, Intercom systems, Gas supply PSRCARUDR 1965 Rule 112-A covers Rain Water 50 MAINTENANCE Section 6(5) systems, Rain water harvesting systems, Solar water heating systems, 3A Harvesting Systems. CONTRACTS Squash courts, Tennis courts, Gymnasium equipments, Exhaust systems, Airconditioning systems Rule 3 Form A Clause XXII Insurance of buildings and all and Form A 51 INSURANCE systems installed (Lifts etc) to 3R Exhibit B Bye- include third party risks. Law 39 (Section 21) DTP(E) Gurgaon Memo No 4119 dt 26.9.2008 "declaration registered Declaration needs to be annulled ..by M/S Unitech Reality Pvt. Ltd. Vide registration no. 22443 dated DECLARATION JAN Rule 3 (Form and filed afresh jointly by Unitech 29.01.07 with Sub Registrar, Gurgaon has been examined…The 52 3R 2007 A) and Association of Apartment calculation of percentage of interest in common facilities is ... Owners incorrect....The language of Exhibit 'B' is... not in consonance with Exhibit 'B' of rules 1987." Declaration needs to be annulled Sub Registrar Gurgaon Memo No. 126 dt 17.11.2008 "Declaration(Part) DECLARATION SEP Rule 3 (Form and filed afresh jointly by Unitech 53 Regd No. 14546 Pages 1 to 82 dated 12.09.2008 has been registered 3R 2008 A) and Association of Apartment without Occupation Certificate, Exhibit 'A' and Exhibit 'B'. Owners Under Rule 5 developer has to compulsorily transfer an apartment to an apartment owner only in Form 'B'. Unitech Ltd, Real Estate Division (Marketing) letter No. REF:UL:RED: Subsequent transfers by such apartment owner shall also Dated December 11, 2007 stating that this is statutory duty of To be filed or got filed jointly by be by Form 'B'. (Subsequent transfer in Form 'B' is not 54 FORM B HAOR 1987 Rule 4 respective apartment owners is abdication of a clear cut duty of 3R Unitech and Apartment Owners possible unless developer makes initial transfer in Form developer which it has sought to shrug off in violation of Haryana 'B'. To date no developer has transferred in Form 'B' and Apartment Ownership Rule 5. all transfers have been per conveyance deed, a mode of transfer not countenanced in the statute. Has not yet been implemented by Haryana Finance Department nor Register to be maintained by Sub DTCP Haryana Memo No. STP(Enf.)-98/1367 dt 15.12.98, been pursued by DTCP Haryana in spite of reminders from PHD 55 FORM C HAOR 1987 Rule 6(2) Registrar containing records of STP Gurgaon Memo No. 5633 dt 23-11-2004 and STP Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Federation of Apartment Owners 3R Form 'A' and Form 'B' Gurgaon Memo No. 5636 dt 23-11-2004 refer. Association Haryana and Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organisation Index of Register to be maintained 56 FORM D HAOR 1987 Rule 6(2) by Sub Registrar containing records As above. 3R of Form 'A' and Form 'B'
  • 6. To be filed or got filed jointly by 57 FORM E HAOR 1987 Rule 7 Unitech and Association of 3R Apartment Owners Upon annulment of defective Rule 3 DTP(E) Gurgaon Memo No 4119 dt 26.9.2008 "declaration declaration bye-laws in accord with (EXHIBIT B registered ..by M/S Unitech Reality Pvt. Ltd. Vide the Act be filed afresh, with a 58 OWNERS BYE-LAWS vide Clause registration no. 22443 dated 29.01.07 with Sub Registrar, 3R saving clause for all actions taken XVIII of Form Gurgaon has been examined…The language of Exhibit 'B' under the old bye-laws by the A) is... not in consonance with Exhibit 'B' of rules 1987." Association of Apartment Owners Rule 3 However modifications submitted for approval in Form (EXHIBIT A Copy received by Association of BR-IV(B) not yet communicated as Form BR-IV(B) has 59 SANCTIONED PLANS vide Clause II 3R Apartment Owners neither been sought nor it has been received from of Form A) developer. (Section 2) NBC Pt 4 ANNEX C Clause C-1.8 All floors shall be compartmented with NBC Pt 4 area not exceeding 750 m2 by a separation wall with 2 h fire rating, for Clause 5.1.17 NBC Pt 4 Clause 5.1.7 Automatic NBC Pt 4 Note 8 to Table 23 If basement provided is used floors with sprinklers the area may be increased by 50 percent. ..For FIRE BASEMENT & Note 8 to sprinklers shall be installed in:(a) for car parking and area thereof exceeds750 m2 then the ..basements, the area may be reduced to 500 m2 for 60 AUTOMATIC Table 23 & basements used as car parks or 4C sprinklers shall be fed water from both underground static compartmentation. Where this is not possible, the spacings of the SPRINKLER SYSTEM NBC Pt 4 storage occupancy, if the area water storage tank and terrace tank sprinklers shall be suitably reduced. When reducing the spacing of ANNEX C exceeds 200 m2; sprinklers, care should be taken to prevent spray from one sprinkler Clause C-1.8 impeding the performance of an adjacent sprinkler head. NBC Pt 4 ANNEX C Basements C-1.14..Illumination of Means of Exit...Staircase and corridor lights shall conform to the following (see 4.16 and 4.17 for additional details): (a)The staircase and corridor NBC Pt 4 ANNEX C Clause C-1.15..A stand-by electric lighting shall be on separate circuits and shall be independently generator shall be installed to supply power to staircase connected so as it could be operated by one switch installation on the and corridor lighting circuits, fire lifts, the stand-by fire ground floor easily accessible to fire fighting staff at any time pump, pressurization fans and blowers, smoke extraction irrespective of the position of the individual control of the light points, if NBC Pt 4 Clause 4.16.3 The and damper systems in case of failure of normal electric any. It should be of miniature circuit breaker type of switch so as to emergency lighting shall be supply. The generator shall be capable of taking starting avoid replacement of fuse in case of crisis; (b)Staircase and corridor FIRE BASEMENT NBC Pt 4 61 provided to be put on within 1 s of current of all the machines and circuits stated above lighting shall also be connected to alternative supply. The alternative 4C EMERGENCY LIGHTS ANNEX C the failure of the normal lighting simultaneously. If the stand-by pump is driven by diesel source of supply maybe provided by battery continuously trickle supply. engine, the generator supply need not be connected to charged from the electric mains; (c)Suitable arrangements shall be the stand-by pump. Where parallel HV/LV supply from a made by installing double’throw switches to ensure that the lighting separate sub-station is provided with appropriate installed in the staircase and the corridor does not get connected to transformer for emergency, the provision of generator two sources of supply simultaneously. Double throw switch shall be may be waived in consultation with the Authority. installed in the service room for terminating the stand-by supply; (d) Emergency lights shall be provided in the staircase and corridor; and (e) All wires and other accessories used for emergency light shall have fire retardant property.
  • 7. C-1.6.3 In multi-storey basements, intake ducts may serve all C-1.6.4.1 Mechanical extractors shall have an internal locking basement levels, but each C-1.6.4 Mechanical extractors for smoke venting system arrangement, so that extractors shall continue to operate and supply basement levels and basement from lower basement levels shall also be provided. The fans shall stop automatically with the actuation of fwe detectors. C- FIRE BASEMENT compartment shall have separate system shall be of such design as to operate on actuation 1.6.4.2 Mechanical extractors shall be designed to permit 30 air changes TWO HOUR RATED NBC Pt 4 smoke outlet duct or ducts. Ducts 62 of heathmoke sensitive detectors or sprinklers, if per hour in case of fire or distress call. However, for normal operation, 4C DOORS IN ANNEX C so provided shall have the same fire installed, and shall have a considerably superior air changes schedule shall be as given in 3.4.11.5. C-1.6.4.3 Mechanical BASEMENT resistance rating as the performance compared to the standard units. It shall also extractors shall have an alternative source of supply, C-1.6.4.4 compartment itself. Fire rating may have an arrangement to start it manually. Ventilating ducts ... crosses the transformer area or electrical be taken as the required smoke switchboard, fire dampers shall be provided. extraction time for smoke extraction ducts NBC Pt 8 Section 3 Clause 4.5.2.1 ..The design of .. mechanical ventilation shall take into account the fire risk within the building, both as regards structural protection and means of escape in case of fire. The extent and detail of statutory control and other specialist interest may vary considerably according to the design, use, occupation and location of the building, and the type of system of mechanical ventilation .. proposed. It is therefore particularly important that the appropriate safeguards are fully considered at the concept design stage of the building. The degree of control and the requirements vary according to the application. Full details may have to be approved by the Authority in following cases:..a) From the point of view of the means of escape NBC Pt 3 Clause 12.9.3 The where recirculation of air is involved and/or where pressurized basement shall have the following NBC Pt 4 Clause 3.4.12 Smoke Venting 3.4.12.1 Smoke staircases are contemplated as part of the smoke control requirements:..(a) Every basement venting facilities for safe use of exits in .. underground arrangements;..c) Large car parks, .. involving a special risk....4.5.2.2 shall be in every part at least 2.4 m structures.. shall be automatic in action with manual Ductwork and enclosures.. All ductwork including connectors fittings in height from the floor to the controls in addition. Clause 3.4.12.2 Natural draft smoke and plenums should be constructed of steel, aluminium or other underside of the roof slab or venting shall utilize roof vents or vents in walls at or near approved metal or from non-combustible material. All exhaust ducts, NBC Pt 3 ceiling; (b) Adequate ventilation the ceiling level; such vents shall be normally open, or, if the interior of which is liable in normal use to accumulate dust, grease Clause 12.9.3, shall be provided for the basement. closed, shall be designed for automatic opening in case of or other flammable matter, should be provided with adequate means of NBC Pt 4 The ventilation requirements shall fire, by release of smoke sensitive devices..... Clause FIRE BASEMENT access to facilitate cleaning and inspection. Also, the concerned 63 Clause 3.4.12 be the same as required by the 3.4.12.3 Where smoke venting facilities are installed for 4C EXHAUST FANS provisions of Part 4 ‘Fire and Life Safety’ shall be complied & NBC Pt 8 particular occupancy according to purposes of exit safety, these shall be adequate to with......4.5.2.4 Fire and smoke detection..When the system involves Section 3 byelaws. Any deficiency may be prevent dangerous accumulation of smoke during the the recirculation of air,consideration should be given to the installation Clause 4.5.2 met by providing adequate period of time necessary to evacuate the area served, of detection devices that would either shut off the plant and close mechanical ventilation in the form using available exit facilities with a margin of safety to dampers or discharge the smoke-laden air to atmosphere. Detectors of blowers, exhaust fans, air- allow for unforeseen contingencies. It is recommended may be advisable in certain applications even when the system is not a conditioning systems, etc; ..(f) The that smoke exhaust equipment should have a minimum recirculator one. Exhausts should not be positioned near the fire access to the basement shall be capacity of 12 air changes per hour. Where mechanical escapes, main staircases or where these could be a hindrance to the separate from the main and venting is employed, it shall be fire safe. work of fire authorities. The local fire authorities should be consulted. A alternative staircase careful study of the operating characteristics of each type of sensing device should be made before selection. Smoke detectors are normally either of the optical or ionization chamber type. These can be used to either sound an alarm system or operate a fire dampers. Care should be taken with their location as various factors affect the satisfactory operation. Ionization type detectors are sensitive to high velocity air streams and if used in ductwork the manufacturer should be consulted. Activation of smoke detector should stop the air handling unit supply air fan, close the fire damper in supply and return air duct and operate a suitable alarm system. In all the above instances the appropriate controls would require manual re-setting.
  • 8. NBC Pt 8 Section 3 Clause 4.5.2.1 Design principles..The design of air conditioning system and mechanical Pt 8 Section 3 4.5.2.2 Ductwork and enclosures..All ductwork including ventilation shall take into account the fire risk within the connectors fittings and plenums should be constructed of steel, building, both as regards structural protection and means aluminium or other approved metal or from non-combustible material. of escape in case of fire. The extent and detail of statutory All exhaust ducts, the interior of which is liable in normal use to control and other specialist interest may vary accumulate dust, grease or other flammable matter, should be provided NBC Pt 4 Clause 4.10.2 considerably according to the design, use, occupation and with adequate means of access to facilitate cleaning and inspection. Pressurization is a method adopted location of the building, and the type of system of Also, the concerned provisions of Part 4 ‘Fire and Life Safety’ shall be for protected escape routes against mechanical ventilation and air conditioning proposed. It is complied with....4.5.2.3 Thermal and acoustic insulation.. To reduce the ingress of smoke, especially in high- therefore particularly important that the appropriate spread of fire or smoke by an air conditioning system, care should be rise buildings. In pressurization, air safeguards are fully considered at the concept design taken for the choice of materials used for such items as air filters, is injected into the staircases, stage of the building. The degree of control and the silencers and insulation both internal and external (see Part 4 ‘Fire and lobbies or corridors, to raise their requirements vary according to the application. Full Life Safety’ and Part 5 ‘Building Materials’)....4.5.2.4 Fire and smoke pressure slightly above the pressure details may have to be approved by the Authority in detection..When the system involves the recirculation of FIRE PRESSURISED in adjacent parts of the building. As following cases:..a) From the point of view of the means NBC Pt 4 air,consideration should be given to the installation of detection devices (50 Pascals) a result, ingress of smoke or toxic of escape where recirculation of air is involved and/or Clause 4.10.2 that would either shut off the plant and close dampers or discharge the STAIRCASE gases into the escape routes will be where pressurized staircases are contemplated as part of 64 & NBC Pt 8 smoke-laden air to atmosphere. Detectors may be advisable in certain 4C RESIDENTIAL prevented. The pressurization of the smoke control arrangements...Clause 4.5.2.5 Smoke Section 3 applications even when the system is not a recirculator one. Exhausts TOWERS staircases shall be adopted for high control... assumes special significance in high rise Clause 4.5.2.5 should not be positioned near the fire escapes, main staircases or (Classification A-4) rise buildings and building having buildings, because the time necessary for evacuation may where these could be a hindrance to the work of fire authorities. The mixed occupancy/ multiplexes be greater than the time for the development of local fire authorities should be consulted. A careful study of the having covered area more than 500 untenable smoke conditions on staircases, in lift shafts operating characteristics of each type of sensing device should be made m2. Pt 8 Section 3 Clause 4.5.2 Fire and in other parts of the building far away from the fire. before selection. Smoke detectors are normally either of the optical or and Safety Considerations.. Fire Lifts may be filled with smoke or unavailable..One or more ionization chamber type. These can be used to either sound an alarm protection requirements of air escape staircase connecting to outdoors at ground level, system or operate a fire dampers. Care should be taken with their conditioning systems shall be in should be pressurized, to enable mass evacuation of high location as various factors affect the satisfactory operation. Ionization accordance with Part 4 ‘Fire and rise buildings...Therefore all air handling systems of a type detectors are sensitive to high velocity air streams and if used in Life Safety’ building should be designed with fire protection and ductwork the manufacturer should be consulted. Activation of smoke smoke control aspects incorporating, where appropriate, detector should stop the air handling unit supply air fan, close the fire facilities to permit their operation for the control of damper in supply and return air duct and operate a suitable alarm smoke within the building in event of fire. Fan motor and system. In all the above instances the appropriate controls would starter should be protected from fire and connected to require manual re-setting the emergency electrical supply through cables with special fire resistant coating. FIRE EMERGENCY NBC Pt 4 NBC Pt 4 Clause 4.16.3 The emergency lighting shall be LIGHTS RESIDENTIAL 65 Clauses 4.16.1 provided to be put on within 1 s of the failure of the 4C TOWERS & 4.16.3 normal lighting supply. (Classification A-4) NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA, PART 4 FIRE AND NBC Pt 4 NBC Pt 4 ANNEX C FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH RISE FIRE PROOF DOORS LIFE SAFETY, 4.9.10 (b) For building 15 m in height or Clause BUILDINGS — 15 m IN HEIGHT OR ABOVEC-Clause 1.5 Lifts General ONE HOUR RATED IN more, access to main staircase shall be through 66 4.9.10(b) and requirements of lifts shall be as follows: (a) Walls of lift enclosures shall 4C RESIDENTIALTOWERS afire/smoke check door of a minimum 2 h fire resistance ANNEX C have a fire rating of 2 h; lifts shafts shall have a vent at the top of area (Classification A-4) rating. Fire resistance rating may be reduced to 1 h for Clause 1.5 not less than 0.2 m2. residential buildings (except hotels and starred hotels).
  • 9. NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA PART 8, Section 5, 2.1 Automatic NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA, PART 8 BUILDING Rescue Device — A device meant to bring a lift stuck between floors SERVICES, Section 5, Installation of Lifts and Escalators due to loss of power, to the nearest level and open the doors in order 4.11.4 Rescue instruction with required tools and tackles to allow trapped passengers to be evacuated. Such a device may use FIRE PROOF LIFT NBC Pt 8 Sec if any shall be made available in the machine room. All some form of internal auxiliary power source for such purpose, 67 AUTOMATIC RESCUE 5 Clauses 2.1 lifts which do not have any automatic transfer facility to 4C complying with all the safety requirements of a lift during normal run. DEVICE and 4.11.4 an alternate supply, such as generators, shall be equipped The speed of travel is usually lower than the normal speed. In the case with Battery Operated Automatic Rescue Device to bring of manual doors on reaching the level, the device shall allow the door the lift to the nearest floor and open the door in the event to be opened and in case of power operated doors the device shall of power failure. automatically open the door. FIRE PROOF LIFT NBC Pt 8 Sec AUTOMATIC Must be provided unless battery operated automatic 68 5 Clause 4C TRANSFER FACILITY/ rescue device is provided 4.11.4 EQUIPMENT NBC Pt 3 Clause 12.9.3 The basement shall have the following NBC Pt 3 Clause 12.9.3 The basement shall have the requirements:...(d) Adequate arrangements shall be made such that SEEPAGE IN NBC Pt 3 following requirements:...(c) The minimum height of the surface drainage does not enter the basement;(e) The walls and floors 69 4C BASEMENT Clause 12.9.3 ceiling of any basement shall be 0.9 m and the maximum, of the basement shall be watertight and be so designed that the effects 1.2 m above the average surrounding ground level; of the surrounding soil and moisture, if any, are taken into account in design and adequate damp proofing treatment is given Section 2. (a) “automatic rescue Haryana Lifts Section 5. The owner shall make arrangement to provide device” means a device which, in Rule 6.(j) the code of practices prescribed by the Bureau, of Indian and Escalators for an automatic rescue device to rescue the travelling case of power failure in the Standard including National Building Code, 2005 and National Electrical LIFT AUTOMATIC Rules, 2009, passengers trapped in the lift in the event of breakdown 70 building, enables the lift to land and Code shall be followed in respect of the lifts....(l) The lift shall be tested 5A RESCUE DEVICE Rule 6(j) to (l) of power supply by bringing and stopping the lift at the stop at the nearest landing floor in the manner specified in specifications and Code of Bureau of Indian and (Sections nearest landing floor and keeping the landing and lift cage and open the landing and lift cage Standards 2(a) and 5) doors open. doors simultaneously; Section 6. The owner shall make Haryana Lifts arrangements to provide for Section 8. (1) Save as otherwise provided in this Act, the relevant code LIFT TEN SECONDS and Escalators alternative automatic power supply Section 24. Nothing contained in this Act shall affect the of practice of the Bureau of Indian Standards (including National ALTERNATIVE 71 Act, 2008, system to ensure the functioning of provisions of the Electricity Act, 2003 (36 of 2003) or the Building Code and National Electrical Code), if any, may be followed to 5A AUTOMATIC POWER Sections 6, the lift in the event of breakdown rules made thereunder. carry out the purposes of this Act and in the event of any inconsistency, SUPPLY SYSTEM 8(1) and 24 of power supply within a period of the provisions of this Act and the rules made thereunder shall prevail. ten seconds. Rule 5 (1) and Form E and relevant provisions of Rule 4 as mandated in Rule 5(2) make it mandatory to obtain Section 7. Every lift and escalator which has been registered shall be annual safety certificate, insurance and also mandate inspected once in a period of three years by the Inspector or by an compulsory AMC with any lift maintenance company. ... ... Haryana Lifts Section 13. The owner shall, after officer or an agency authorized by the Government in this behalf. A fee Rule 5. (1) Every owner in whose premises a lift has been and Escalators the completion of the erection of as may be prescribed shall be charged for such inspection, in addition to LIFT THREE YEARS erected or was working immediately before the date of Act, 2008, such lift or escalator, ensure third any other electrical installation testing fees. ... Rule 4. (1) Every owner 72 CERTIFICATION & the commencement of the Act and is in operation, shall 5A Sections 7 & party insurance mandatory so as to who has erected a lift, shall ...make an application for registration...in INSURANCE apply in Form E within two months from the date of 13, Rules 4,5 cover the risk of passengers using Form A along with ... (a) a work completion report .. in Form B ..(b) a notification of these rules.Rule 6(h) all electrical works in &6 such lift or escalators. completion report in Form C .. ...(d) ..third party insurance policy .. connection with erection of lift shall be carried out in covering insurance for the persons using such lift. (e) .. annual lift accordance with the provisions of the Indian Electricity maintenance contract ..(f) ..annual safety certificate Act, 2003 (No. 36 of 2003 ) and the Indian Electricity Rules, 1956 The sanctioned load has yet to be 73 ELECTRICITY Section 14 6A provided.