January 10, 2017
At the annual FSDA/SFPE Associations meeting with FDNY, the Associations make a joint donation of $2000.00 to the Fire Museum to help with the new creation of a public education room.
(L to R): FDNY/DAC Mike Gala, FDNY/AC Roger Sakowich, FDNY Fire Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro, FSDA President Gina Bertucelli, SFPE President Robert Accosta and FDNY Fire Museum Associate Alyssa Borger
The FDNY has provided informational guides for business on a number of topics. Members may access these on the “Links” page.
December 6, 2016
The FDNY has supplied a list of schools that are currently ready to teach the one day course covering Active Shooter and Medical Emergencies. This course is required for all EAP Directors to convert their C of F to that of Fire and Life Safety Director.
Information concerning the process of converting your Certificate of Fitness to the new F-89 C of F for Fire & Life Safety Director is included in the presentation below
At March’s Association meeting a question came up about an ‘active shooter’ incident. To assist our membership, the following has been posted “NYPD – Active Shooter Recommendations and Analysis for Risk Mitigation”
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Active Shooter Preparedness
With the implementation of the B-29 C of F, EAPs will required reporting on UPS Battery Systems. For full details, see the attached Industry Notice dated 12/3/2015
Industry Notice 01 15
The recent presentations given by the FDNY at our March meeting regarding Standpipe requirements during alterations and FSD Hotel/Office On-Site Exams are available on our “Links” page.
This page is only available to dues paying members registered on our site.
The Hi- Rise Inspection Unit has issued guidance concerning the records required to be present on-site during annual inspections. This document is provided below
High Rise Unit Reference Guide Regarding Inspection Records and Record Books – 3-22-2013
Ensure accurate 10-code given
May 13, 2011
It is highly recommended that FSD’s ensure that the cause for alarm entered into the alarm log book is accurate. Many incidents are being transmitted as 10-35 when they should be given another code. For example:
10-26 Food on Stove (smoke from cooking)
10-33 Odor of Smoke
10-34 Sprinkler System Emergency
10-40 Utility Emergency (water or steam leaks)
Ask the officer what code is being given for the incident and record in the logbook. The officer should sign the book, but in any event obtain his name and unit number.
The logbook can be used as a defense when going to ECB court.