The FDNY has provided additional information related to operating during Covid-19 pause. See attached presentation given by DAC Kevin Brennan and FSDA President John McGurren regarding sanitizer storage and how to cure a violation.
Please see details attached: CompanyCertificate
Recently, a representative from the Bureau of Fire Prevention spoke at our monthly meeting and explained when a Fire Guard (with F01 Cof F) is required and when one is not.
Please see attached pdf for details:
Fireguard Requirements v2
The Bureau of Fire Prevention is allowing building owners to postpone fire and non-fire drills until after the Covid-19 crisis has passed.
Please see attached letter from the Bureau of Fire Prevention:
In accordance with Section 1043 of the New York City Charter, Notice of Adoption of new Fire Department Rule 3RCNY Section 115-02 and Amendments to Fire Department Rule 3RCNY Section 115-01. The adopted new rule can be viewed on the FSDA website website in the “Links” section available only to members.
The FDNY Emergency Planning and Preparedness Group has issued an Industry Notice regarding “New Conditional Acceptance for TCO Purposes and/or On-Site Scheduling. See attached
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FDNY has issued an Industry Notice regarding renewal of Certificates of Fitness F-85 and Q-85. See attached
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The FDNY has provided informational guides for business on a number of topics. Members may access these on the “Links” page.
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
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
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