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Title: Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement, 7th Edition


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  • Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement, 7th Edition

Chapter 17 Inspection Procedures Inspector II
2
Learning Objective 1
  • Describe the elements of an emergency evacuation
    plan.

171
3
Emergency Planning and Preparedness
  • Need for evacuation planning and how to prepare
    occupants, residents, and facility staff members
    to respond to any type of emergency

172
4
Procedures
  • Key to success
  • Complexity depends on type of occupancy and level
    of occupant preparedness
  • Elements
  • Monitor duties
  • Employee/occupant duties

173
5
Learning Objective 2
  • Describe emergency evacuation drills.

174
6
Emergency Evacuation Drills
  • Performed regularly to test effectiveness of
    evacuation plans
  • Discussed with all levels of management and
    supervisory staff
  • Conducted in all types of occupancies
  • At least two per year at different times of day

7
Emergency Evacuation Drills in Educational
Facilities
  • All persons in building must participate
  • May be required monthly
  • Execute at different times of day
  • Provide direction on where and how students
    should report if alarm sounds during times other
    than normal class periods

(Continued)
176
8
Emergency Evacuation Drills in Educational
Facilities
  • Include alternate exit routes
  • Process
  • Schools operating in U.S. DoD facilities

177
9
DISCUSSION QUESTION
  • Where should assembly points be located?

178
10
Emergency Evacuation Drills in Health Care
Facilities
  • Conducted quarterly on each shift
  • Must include all emergency notification signals
  • Include update of written plan if modification is
    needed
  • May not include total evacuation in every
    emergency

(Continued)
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Emergency Evacuation Drills in Health Care
Facilities
  • Phase 1 activities
  • Phase 2 activities
  • Phase 3 activities
  • Phase 4 activities

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12
Emergency Evacuation Drills in Correctional
Facilities
  • Must include maintenance of fire-detection
    system, key-control system, and written emergency
    preparedness plan
  • Must be made available to inmates

(Continued)
1711
13
Emergency Evacuation Drills in Correctional
Facilities
  • Must be constantly reviewed and upgraded
    depending on changing conditions, especially
    inmate population
  • Must include two means of access to each main
    cell block

1712
14
Emergency Evacuation Drills in Hotels and Motels
  • Require installation of reliable fire detection
    and alarm systems
  • Must include employee training

1713
15
Learning Objective 3
  • Evaluate an evacuation drill.
  • Objective 3 is measured in Learning Activity
    17-II-1.

16
Learning Objective 4
  • Describe the process for handling complaints.

1715
17
Citizen Complaints
  • Should be met with courtesy and genuine
    interest
  • Should be promptly investigated

1716
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Procedures
  • Be consistent for each complaint.
  • Record all pertinent information
  • Types of complaints
  • Give owner/occupant advance notice if possible.
  • Carry and display appropriate identification.

(Continued)
19
DISCUSSION QUESTION
  • In what types of situations would it be best
    not to give advance notice of a complaint
    inspection?

1718
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Procedures
  • Explain purpose of inspection, especially if it
    is unannounced.
  • Formally notify and thank person that lodged the
    complaint.
  • Accurate record keeping is essential.

1719
21
Learning Objective 5
  • Explain the information that should be contained
    in a complaint form.

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22
Complaint Form Information
  • Date/time complaint received
  • Location of perceived violation
  • Name of person reporting complaint
  • Name of owner/occupant
  • Nature of complaint or perceived violation

(Continued)
1721
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Complaint Form Information
  • Date/time of inspection
  • Date/time of follow-up inspection
  • Resolution of complaint

(Continued)
1722
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Complaint Form Information
Courtesy of Ralph E. Tingley
1723
25
Learning Objective 6
  • Respond to a citizen complaint.
  • Objective 6 is measured in Learning Activity
    17-II-2.

26
Learning Objective 7
  • Prepare correspondence regarding a code
    compliance issue.
  • Objective 7 is measured in Learning Activity
    17-II-3.

27
Learning Objective 8
  • Perform an inspection.
  • Objective 8 is measured in Learning Activity
    17-II-4.

28
Summary
  • An inspection must follow a systematic process
    from preparation through the filing of the
    report. This process includes communications
    between the inspector and owner/occupant, an
    inspector and superiors, and the owner/occupant
    and the inspection organization or agency.

29
Review Questions
  • 1. What are the elements of an evacuation plan?
  • 2. How is the effectiveness of evacuation plans
    tested?
  • 3. Why are lockdown drills now recommended for
    schools?

(Continued)
30
Review Questions
  • 4. What is a common problem presented to
    inspection personnel by hotels and motels?
  • 5. What information should be kept on complaints?
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