Fire Safety Notice: Non Fire Proof Building (WHITE ALUMINUM,black letters , 8.5x11)-El blanco Line
Fire Safety Notice: Combustible Buildings 8.5x11
Sign have mounting holes in each corner.
Sign Thickness: 0.2 mm
Part #: FD-FireNotice-1
HPD required sign : Yes
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This this fire safety notice is required by NYC hpd to be installed in the hallway and designed areas for Combustible Buildings. This sign is also required by NYC Fire Department and DOB.
Fire Safety Notice: Combustible Buildings
Fire Safety Notice: Non-Combustible
Posted in a conspicuous location near any common mailbox area or near the elevators or main stairwell
The FDNY Fire Safety Guides and Notices
What is NYC Fire Safety Notice?
The Fire Safety Notices are Aluminum signs affixed to residents’ doors as reference in case of emergency. It is recommended to have them from aluminum as PVC sign might melt in case of fire in the Hallway. There are Notices for Combustible buildings and Non-Combustible buildings.
What is a Fire Safety Guide?
Fire Safety Guides Part I and II are components of the Annual Safety Notice Mailing requirement for multifamily residential properties.
Fire Safety Guide Part I includes building-specific information regarding construction, egress, and more. Part II includes fire safety emergency information. Click here to view FDNY samples of both parts.
What is the HPD annual safety notice mailings?
The Annual safety notice mailings are a requirement notices design to be sent to residential multifamily properties in New York City. The owners/managers are required to send out notices to each unit comprised of two components:
1) a response card requesting resident information for lead paint inspections and window guard requirements, and
2) a building-specific fire safety plan and general fire safety information.
3) Windows Guard
Movie: Learn about fire safety notice/plan
FIRE SAFETY PLAN
Effective in 2000, every residential building -- including cooperatives and condominiums -- must prepare a fire safety plan, following a model prepared by the Fire Department. This plan must be distributed annually to all the occupants and service employees of the building either during the first week of October, which is Fire Safety Month or with the window guard notice in January. The plan must also be distributed to every new building occupant and every new building employee. It must be revised and redistributed within 60 days of any material change in building conditions affecting it. Records of distribution must be maintained; acceptable documentation includes a U.S Postal Service certificate of mailing or, for hand delivery, dated and signed receipts. The Fire Department may inspect these building records at any time and should be presented with copies of the last five annual fire safety plans.
The fire safety plan shall consist of two sections: a building information section and a fire emergency information section. The Fire Department has provided a complete text for the fire emergency information section with variations for combustible and non-combustible (fireproof) buildings. These include Emergency Fire Safety and Evacuation Instructions presented on page 11. The building information section shall include:
A) The address of the premises (a separate fire safety plan shall be prepared for each building or space, except for buildings or spaces that have common means of egress)
B) The name of the building owner and the name and address of the building owner's representative.
C) The number of floors in the building and any below ground levels.
D) The year the building was constructed.
E) Whether the building is of combustible or non-combustible construction.
F) Whether the space is equipped with sprinklers.
G) Whether the space is equipped with a fire alarm system.
H) Whether the space is equipped with a public address system.
I) All means of egress from the building and their general location.
J) The date the fire safety plan was prepared.
The fire safety notice shall serve to inform building occupants, service employees, and visitors about procedures to be followed in the event of fire in the building. Fire safety notices must also be prepared, posted in a conspicuous location near any common mailbox area or near the elevators or main stairwell and distributed to every apartment. These notices must Aluminum sign or framed under a clear plexiglass cover to protect them from wear and tear.
POST FIRE SAFETY NOTICES IN RENTAL UNITS:
A fire safety notice describes evacuation procedures to be followed in the event of fire. the sign size need to be 8.5x5.5 from aluminum material to prevent melting in case of fire. the sign must be posted on the inside entrance door of the rental unit. the fire department issue two version of signs as describe above. tenant and occupied are required by law to give access to landlord to post this notice on the inside door. door
What Are the HPD required signs ?
§ 408-02 Residential Fire Safety Guides and Notices (a) Scope. This section sets forth standards, requirements and procedures for the preparation, posting and/or distribution of residential fire safety guides and notices required pursuant to FC408.9. (b) General Provisions (1) Applicability. This section applies to all buildings or parts thereof in Occupancy Group R-2, except: (A) buildings or parts thereof subject to the provisions of FC404.2.1(8); and (B) school and college dormitories, unless such dormitories are required to comply with this section pursuant to FC408.10. (2) Fire safety guides. The owner of a building or part thereof subject to this section shall prepare a fire safety guide and distribute such guide to the occupants thereof in compliance with the requirements of FC408.9 and R408-02(c). (3) Fire safety notices. The owner of a building or part thereof subject to this section shall prepare, post and maintain fire safety notices in compliance with the requirements of FC408.9 and R408-02(d). (4) Access to dwelling units. Tenants and other occupants of dwelling units in buildings and parts thereof subject to this section shall allow the owner of such premises access to such dwelling unit, upon reasonable notice, for purposes of compliance with this section. (c) Fire Safety Guide Requirements (1) Purpose. The fire safety guide shall serve to inform occupants of the building, including building service employees, of the building’s construction, fire protection systems, means of egress, and evacuation and other procedures to be followed in the event of fire in the building. (3) Content. The fire safety guide shall consist of two (2) sections: a building information section and a fire emergency information section. The fire emergency information section shall reproduce the entire text of that section as set forth in the sample fire safety guide annexed hereto as Appendix 1. The building information section shall be completed by the owner with the following information: (A) The address of the premises. A separate fire safety guide shall be prepared for each building, except buildings that have common means of egress. (B) The name and address of the owner of the building or the owner’s representative, unless the fire safety guide is prepared on a letterhead containing such information. For purposes of the fire safety guide, the owner’s representative shall be any person or company authorized by the owner to receive and respond to complaints, violations or questions regarding building fire safety. (C) The number of floors in the building, above and below ground level. (D) The year the building was constructed. (E) Whether the building is of combustible or non-combustible construction. For purposes of the fire safety guide, all buildings, including non-residential buildings containing residential occupancies, shall be deemed to be of “combustible construction” unless: (1) The current Certificate of Occupancy for the building issued by the Department of Buildings or a Letter of No Objection by same indicates that the building is of “non-combustible” construction or “fireproof” construction; or (2) If there is no Certificate of Occupancy or Letter of No Objection for the building, a registered design professional has provided written certification that the building is of “non-combustible” construction within the meaning of the 1968 or 2008 Building Code, or “fireproof” construction within the meaning of the Building Code in effect prior to 1968. (F) Whether the building is equipped with a sprinkler system, and if so, whether such sprinkler system protects the entire building or only certain areas, and, if only certain areas, specifying those areas (for example, “the compactor chute on each floor and the compactor room and boiler room in the basement”). (G) Whether the building is equipped with a fire alarm system, and if so: (1) the general location of the manual fire alarm boxes of such system (for example, “by the main entrance of building and next to the stairwell at each end of the corridor on each floor”); and (2) whether the manual fire alarm boxes, when activated, transmit an alarm to an approved central station that notifies the Department. (H) Whether the building is equipped with a one-way voice communication system pursuant to Building Code Section 907.2.12.2 (Exception 3), or other public address system (apart from any intercom system), and if so, the location of the speakers. (I) All means of egress from the building, and the general location and any identification number of such means of egress, including: (1) unenclosed interior stairwells; (2) enclosed interior stairwells; (3) exterior stairwells; (4) fire tower stairwells; (5) fire escapes; (6) all exits from the building (for example, “main entrance on first floor exiting onto 1st Avenue; service entrance from basement level exiting by ramp onto 5th Street; emergency exit (with alarm) from stairwell exiting on north side of building with access to 5th Street; rear entrance at basement level to rear yard with no access to street; emergency exit (with alarm) at top of stairwell to roof with no access to ground or adjoining buildings.”); (J) The date the fire safety guide was prepared; and (K) Any other fire safety information or requirements (including lease provisions, house rules or other private building regulations) that the owner may wish to include, such as restrictions on storage or decoration. Any private building regulations shall be clearly identified as such. (4) Accuracy of information. The owner of each building shall be responsible for the accuracy of the information contained in the building information section of the fire safety guide and for the accurate reproduction of the fire emergency section of such fire safety guide. (5) Distribution. The fire safety guide shall be distributed as follows: (A) To each dwelling unit in the building, or an occupant thereof, and to each building service employee: (B) on an annual basis, by hand delivery or mailing a copy by first class mail, during Fire Prevention Week (observed during the month of October), or, if the fire safety guide is distributed together with the window guard notices required by New York City Administrative Code §17-123, at such time as the rules of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene require the annual distribution of such window guard notices to be made; and (C) within 60 days of any material change in building conditions affecting the content of the fire safety guide, other than temporary repairs or maintenance work. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to relieve an owner of any residential building or part thereof of any duty to notify building occupants, the Department or other party that any fire protection system is not functional. (D) To a new occupant, by providing a copy at the time the lease, sublease or other agreement allowing occupancy of the dwelling unit is presented to the occupant for signature, or, if there is no written agreement, not later than at the date the occupant assumes occupancy of the premises. (E) To a new building service employee, by providing a copy to such employee not later than the date upon which the employee actually commences to perform duties at the premises. (F) Each distribution of the fire safety guide shall be documented by a United States Postal Service certificate of mailing or other official proof of mailing, or, if hand delivered, by receipt signed by an occupant of the dwelling unit or the building service employee, or by sworn affidavit of the employee or agent of the owner who actually delivered the fire safety guide, identifying the date and manner of delivery and the dwelling units to which it was delivered or the names of the occupants who received it. (6) Inspection. The owner shall make available for inspection upon request of any Department representative a copy of the last three (3) annual fire safety guides and proof of distribution. (d) Fire Safety Notice Requirements (1) Purpose. The fire safety notice shall serve to inform occupants of the building, including building service employees and visitors, as to the evacuation and other procedures to be followed in the event of fire in the building. (2) Form. Each fire safety notice shall be: (A) substantially similar in format to the sample fire safety notice annexed to this section as Appendix 2, and include all of the information contained in such sample fire safety notice; (B) printed on a single-sided sheet of paper framed under a clear plexiglas cover or laminated with a firm backing and designed to be affixed by mounting hardware or an adhesive, or printed on a matte-finish vinyl adhesive-backed decal not less than three (3) mils in thickness, using thermalprinting, screenprinting or other permanent, water-resistant printing technique; (C) 5½ inches by 8½ inches in size (excluding any frame), except that fire safety notices to be posted in the common area of the residential building or part thereof may be up to 8½ by 11 inches in size; (D) printed such that all text is clearly legible, using contrasting lettering and a type size not smaller than ten (10) point Times New Roman or equivalent; and (E) printed in the English language. The owner may print the fire safety notice in such other additional languages (including symbols) as the owner concludes would benefit the building occupants. In such event, the fire safety notice may exceed 5½ inches by 8½ inches in size. (3) Content. The fire safety notice shall reproduce the entire text of the sample fire notice annexed hereto as Appendix 2 that is applicable to the building, as follows: (A) Noncombustible construction. The text of this notice shall be used for dwelling unit doors and common areas when the building is of noncombustible construction within the meaning set forth in R408-02(c)(3)(E). (B) Combustible construction. The text of this notice shall be used for dwelling unit doors and common areas when the building is of combustible construction within the meaning set forth in R408-02(c)(3)(E). (4) Accuracy of information. The owner of each residential building or part thereof subject to the requirements of this section shall be responsible for the accurate reproduction of the fire safety notices. (5) Posting. (A) Location. A fire safety notice shall be posted in each of the following locations: (1) Dwelling unit door. On the inside surface of the front or main entrance door of each dwelling unit in the building. (2) Common area. In a conspicuous location near any common mailbox area customarily used by building occupants, or if there is no common mailbox area, in a conspicuous location in or near the elevators or main stairwell. (B) Method of posting. Each fire safety notice shall be securely affixed, by mounting hardware or an adhesive, to the door or wall such that no part of the fire safety notice (excluding any frame) is lower than four (4) feet from the floor, nor higher than five and a half (5½) feet from the floor. (C) Posting of Building Information Section. A copy of Part I of the fire safety guide (the building information section) shall be posted with the fire safety notice in the common area. Such posting shall be in the same form as the fire safety notice. (6) Maintenance and replacement. The owner shall maintain the fire safety notice in the common area and shall prepare and post any amended Part I (building information section) of the fire safety guide within sixty days of any material change in building conditions requiring such amended fire safety guide. The owner shall replace any missing or damaged notice on the dwelling unit door prior to any lawful change in occupancy of the dwelling unit. The owner shall replace any missing or damaged notice at any other time upon written request of the tenant. The tenant may be charged the reasonable cost of replacement.
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