Operating & Renewing
Within 30 days from the date of Department acceptance of the Comprehensive Fire Safety and Emergency Action Plans, an owner shall have in place trained FSP staff and otherwise be capable of implementing the plans at the premises.
Any educational materials regarding the Comprehensive Fire Safety and Emergency Action Plans shall be promptly distributed to all building occupants.
Copies of the Comprehensive Fire Safety and Emergency Action Plans and Building Information Card shall be readily available on the premises at a fire command center or other appropriate location.
Comprehensive Fire Safety and Emergency Action Plans shall be reviewed and updated annually or necessitated by changes of use or occupancy, or the design and arrangement of the premises.
Changes in FSP staffing designated in the plans, excluding fire safety/EAP wardens and deputy fire safety/EAP wardens, shall be reported to the Department by filing a change in FS/EAP staff amendment on not less than a semi-annual basis.
Entries documenting the review and indicating the general nature of any amendments to the plans shall be maintained within an approved type of log book.