Order On Operational Regulations For Hotels, Etc., Health Care Facilities, Assembly Rooms, Classrooms, Day Care Centers And Shops Reprinted Definitive Series

Original Language Title: Order On Operational Regulations For Hotels, Etc., Health Care Facilities, Assembly Rooms, Classrooms, Day Care Centers And Shops Omtryk

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1 The full text of the ordonnance on operational requirements for hotels, health care facilities, assembly rooms, classrooms, day care centers and shops 1)

Under section 33, paragraph 2, and section 70, paragraphs 4 and 5, of the emergency law, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 137 of 1. March 2004, as well as under the authority of the basic regulation. § 3, paragraph 1, of the Defence Ministry's Decree No. 174 of 25. February 2008 about fire-fighting measures in hotels, health care facilities, assembly rooms, classrooms, day care centres and shops are fixed:

§ 1. Hereby published operational requirements for hotels, health care facilities, assembly rooms, classrooms, day care centers and shops as specified in annex 1.

§ 2. Violation of the provisions of the regulations referred to in article 6. Annex 1, are punishable in accordance with article 7, paragraph 1, of the Defence Ministry's Decree No. 174 of 25. February 2008 about fire-fighting measures in hotels, health care facilities, assembly rooms, classrooms, day care centers and shops with fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months, unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the legislation.

(2). The penalty can rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or through gross negligence, and if the infringement is





1) caused substantial damage to persons, property or the environment or caused danger therefor, or

2) achieved or intended an economic advantage for the person himself or others, including savings.





(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

§ 3. The notice shall enter into force on the 3. April 2008, see. However, paragraph 2 and paragraph 3.

(2). The provisions of annex 1, point 3.2, shall enter into force on the 1. October 2008 in respect of hotels, etc., care institutions, day care centres, shops and classrooms.

(3). The provisions of annex 1, point 3.3, shall enter into force on the 1. October 2008 as far as the Assembly rooms, shops and classrooms.
The Danish Emergency Management Agency, 27. March 2008 Frederik Christian Schydt/Elsebeth Grinvalds Annex 1

Operational requirements for hotels, health care facilities, assembly rooms, classrooms and day care centers stores









Table of contents:





 





1.





Scope and definitions.



 





2.





In General.



 





3.





Instruction of personnel.



 





4.





Code of conduct.



 





5.





Escape routes.



 





6.





Fire-fighting equipment.



 





7.





Fire doors, etc.



 





8.





Escape route lighting.



 





9.





Evacuation system.



 





10.





Certificate issued by an authorized electrician.



 





11.





Temporary accommodation premises.



 





12.





Hotels, etc.



 





13.





Health care facilities.



 





14.





Assembly rooms 15.





Day care centers.



 





16.





Shops.



 





17.





Classrooms.



 





Eksempel



 



 

 











1.





Scope and definitions.



 





1.1





Scope of the directive.



 





1.1.1





The requirements are, regardless of deployment time, applicable to:





 



 



 



 



 



 



 









Hotels etc. with soverums section, where there are more than 10 sleeping places.

Health care facilities with soverums section, where there are more than 10 sleeping places.

Assembly local section to more than 150 people.

Educational section for more than 150 people.

Pre-school section for more than 50 persons or with more than 10 sleeping.

Stores to more than 150 people.













1.1.2





 



 









For Chapel, used for sacraments, concerts and similar as well as events of similar nature, that does not lead to increased fire risk, the provisions of item 5.4, 6.2, 14.2.1, 14.3.1 and 14.4.1 not.

The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may, however, require the provisions of section 14.2.1 met where this out from passenger safety considerations must be deemed absolutely required.

The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may also require the establishment of at least one hand spray battery or one pressurised water close by use of candles on Christmas trees or in some form of decoration.





 

 





1.2





Definitions



 





1.2.1






Hotels, etc.: Hotels, motels, guest houses, inns, club houses, colleges, boarding schools, holiday homes and similar businesses with soverums section.







1.2.2






Soverums section: one or more bedroom with corresponding times, including escape routes, storage room and other premises directly linked to those sleeping rooms.





 



Two or more soverums section with common escape route considered one soverums section for the purposes of the provisions in these regulations.







1.2.3






Health care facilities: Nursing homes, retirement homes, hospitals, elderly homes and other institutions for dependent persons with soverums section.







1.2.4






Fixed guard system: a 24-hour manned guard in a soverums section, which must include only 1 floor with a time length of not more than 50 m.







1.2.5






Assembly rooms: Theatre halls, cinema halls, catering rooms, banquet facilities, conference rooms, concert halls, showrooms, exhibition halls, sports halls, churches and other premises used for similar purposes.







1.2.6






Assembly local sections: one or more Assembly rooms with corresponding times, including escape routes, vestibule, kitchen, storage room and other premises with direct ties to the sites concerned. Two or more Assembly local section, which has common escape route, be considered as one Assembly, local section in these regulations.







1.2.7






Classrooms: Premises, used for educational purposes, as well as premises, as are necessary for or naturally attach themselves to teaching, as URf.eks. the library, dining rooms, group rooms, special classes and gymnasiums.







1.2.8







Education section: one or more classrooms with associated times, including escape routes, vestibule, kitchen, storage room and other premises directly linked to those classrooms. Two or more teaching section with common escape route considered one educational title for the purposes of these regulations.







1.2.9






Day care centres: nurseries, kindergartens, recreation centers, day centres, after-school and other institutions used for similar purposes.







1.2.10






Pre-school sections: one or more living room with its times, including escape routes, kitchen, storage room and other premises with direct ties to the sites concerned. Two or more pre-school section with common escape route is considered as one paragraph for the purposes of the provisions in these regulations.







1.2.11






Accommodations in preschools: Bedrooms, relaxation room, playroom, beskæftigelsesrum, dining rooms and similar premises.







1.2.12






Shops: Sales premises with its times, including escape routes, service room and kunderum.







1.2.13






Sales premises: Premises for retail sale under any form, as well as other sales premises with a corresponding device and application. Two or more sales premises with a common escape routes is considered one the sales premises for the purposes of the provisions in these regulations.







1.2.14






Escape route lighting: Illuminated exit signs and panic lighting, which must ensure that escape routes clearly distinguishable and used safely, where the site is in use.







1.2.15






Illuminated exit signs: Illuminated, through lit or fluorescent (luminescent) escape route signs.







1.2.16






Panic lighting: Lighting that turn upon failure of the normal power supply, and that gives people the ability to arrive at a place where there is an escape route.





 

 





2. as a general rule.







2.1





The owner, user or one of these designated operational person in charge must ensure that these regulations are complied with. Designation of an operating responsible does not relieve the owner or user of the obligations arising from legislation.







2.2





Automatic fire door closing plants, automatic fire alarm system, automatic sprinkler systems and fire ventilationsanlæg to be checked and maintained, so that they are reliable throughout the life of the building.







2.3





Safety signs shall be carried out in accordance with the Danish working environment service's regulations on safety signs and other signs.







2.4





Companies that are not decorated like hotel, etc., can be used for temporary accommodation until 5 days after authorization from the Municipal Council in each case and on the conditions laid down in Chapter 1 – 11.





 

 





3. Instruction of personnel.







3.1





Personnel must be thoroughly trained on the code of conduct as well as on the rules for escape routes, fire-fighting equipment and fire doors. Staff must also be instructed to close doors in the event of fire, see. paragraph 7.4.







3.2





To be in places where staff regularly frequents, and by alerting places hung a fire and evacuation instructions, which should contain information about:





 



Alerting





 









Danish national rescue preparedness alerted on 1 1 2





 









activation of fire button





 



Warning of persons





 









warning of staff





 









warning of other persons





 



Evacuation





 









personnel supervisor of escape routes





 



Fire fighting





 









control of fire-fighting equipment





 



Special conditions, including information on how





 









music system halted





 









smoke machines stopped





 









normal lighting is switched on





 



Staff must by new employment and then at least once a year instructed fire and evacuation the script's contents, including whether the tasks assigned to the staff.







3.3





The staff shall be the subject of code of conduct for the prevention of fire. An example of the code of conduct can be found at the end of regulation. The code of conduct should be reviewed with the staff at least once a year.





 

 





4. Code of conduct.







4.1





Ports, access roads and rescue areas, which are necessary for the overall rescue-rescue and extinguishing work must be passable.







4.2





Rescue openings shall be capable of being opened from the inside without the use of a key or special tool.





 



There must be free and unimpeded access to the openings for persons in the spaces.







4.3





Technical room (ventilationsrum, el-tavlerum, etc.) must be kept cleaned and may not without municipal Board's (rescue overall) permission is used for henstillen of furniture, appliances and the like.





 

 





5. Escape routes.







5.1





Escape routes (alleyways, stairways, farm land, etc.) must be free and tidy in their entire width and illuminated in such a way that you can move there. In escape routes shall not be drawn up furniture or placed items of any kind.





 



The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may authorize times and farm land, etc., but not stairs, be used for purposes other than traffic, provided that





 



1)





It does not result in a significantly increased fire load,





 



2)





function as escape route is not reduced,





 



3)





the on time of the fixed minimum flight way Interior width not reduced,





 



4)





compilation of released fixtures and the like is done on areas outside the actual ganglinie, and





 



5)





Moreover, it is compatible with the Labour Ministry's notice of fixed working locations in the Interior.







5.2





Exterior at the escape route doors must not be parked motor vehicles, mopeds and bicycles or warehouses, plantations and the like, which may hinder the evacuation.





 



It must be ensured that external emergency routes is in such a State that we certainly can move there.







5.3






Doors in escape routes shall be able to be crossed at any point in the flight direction without the use of a key or special tool. Escape routes should be passable for the persons staying in the premises with the consent of the owner, user or operator. Doors in escape routes should also be able to be opened by operating the simple opening fittings (handles, teasers, pasquilbeslag, etc.), arranged in convenient height above floor. There must be no more than one dørblad on each opening bracket







5.4





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may require escape route doors that are not daily used, inscribed with an escape route sign, which is carried out in accordance with paragraph 2.3.







5.5





Doors which are not fire doors or røgtætte doors, automatic sliding doors, which can be carried out when they are arranged so that the doors in the event of the failure of the energy source (electricity, compressed air) automatically opens and remains in the open position, and that immediately by the doors is a marked emergency eject switch, which triggers the same functions.







5.6





Escape route doors must not be covered with screen walls or similar or blocked by furniture and item opstablinger, like the escape route lighting and signage at the doors must always be visible.







5.7





Surfaces of walls in escape routes must not deteriorate in brandmæssig terms, URf.eks. at the hanging of fibreboard or other combustible material. The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may authorize limited combustible materials used for decoration of walls in escape routes.







5.8





Special anti-theft installations by activation emit fog or similar, so that we do not for sure can move on escape routes and escape way areas, must not be invoked at times when that happens the lawful use of the sites.





 

 





6. Fire-fighting equipment.







6.1





Fire-fighting equipment shall be affixed in a visible and be easily accessible. Fire-fighting equipment must be positioned in such a way that it does not restrict the clear width of escape routes or otherwise impede the escape weighed operation. Fire-fighting equipment shall preferably be placed at exits from the sites of affixing offices shall be marked with signs, which are carried out in accordance with paragraph 2.3.







6.2





In locations where there are no installed water-filled hose reels, placed hand spray batteries or pressurized water extinguishers.







6.3





The test specified in paragraph 6.2 above mentioned hand spray batteries and pressurized water extinguishers shall be affixed in such a way that from any point at most 25 metres to the nearest shut-off tool.







6.4





In kitchens must be placed at least 1 suitable hand extinguisher, see. section 6.6, preferably by the exit door. Furthermore, in kitchens with fryers placed a fire blanket at the end of the room. In school kitchens, physics and chemistry rooms and other premises with activities involving a risk of ignition, corresponding to be placed hand extinguishers after municipal governing Board (rescue overall) instructions, see. paragraph 6.6.







6.5





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may require that there be placed hand spray batteries or hand extinguishers, see. section 6.6, in or by workshops and other service room.







6.6





Hand extinguishers must be in accordance with the Danish working environment service's order No. 743 of 23. September 1999 on interior design of pressure equipment, implementing European Parliament and Council Directive No. 97/23/EC.





 



Hand ildslukkerne shall meet the requirements of a 3 with regard to fire-fighting ability, however, so that





 









Kulsyresne extinguishers shall be at least of type 55 B.





 









Powder extinguishers shall be at least of type 89 (B).





 









Pressurized water extinguishers shall be at least of type 13 (A).





 



Hand extinguishers, lawfully taken into use and meets the requirements of DS 2120 or an equivalent recognised standard with regard to fire-fighting ability, however, can continue to be used, except that





 









Kulsyresne and powder extinguishers must be of a size of at least 6 kg.





 









Pressurized water extinguishers shall not be less than 10 litres.





 









Kulsyresne extinguishers must be at least of type 55 B.





 









Powder extinguishers must be at least of type 89 (B).





 



Water-filled hose reels must be carried out according to EN 671-1.







6.7





They referred to in section 6.6 hand extinguishers must be inspected and maintained in accordance with the requirements of DS 2320. Supervision must be carried out by a qualified person who has the knowledge in relation to the task, including sufficient knowledge of hand ildslukkerens construction, function and operation. Hand extinguishers inspected at least once a year and must be marked with a label affixed by the supervisors, who have carried out supervision. Year and month of the last supervision must appear on the label.





 



Hand spray batteries must be checked and maintained in accordance with the fire technical guide No. 6 published by Danish Fire Technical Institute (now the Danish fire and Security Technical Institute).





 



Water-filled hose reels that are carried out according to EN 671-1, must be inspected and maintained in accordance with the requirements of EN 671-3. Water-filled hose reels, which does not comply with the requirements of EN 671-1, but which legally are put into circulation must be checked and maintained in a manner that ensures that the hose winners are reliable throughout the life of the building. The requirement for pressure test applies only to water-filled hose reels fitted after 1. July 1990.





 

 





7. Fire doors, etc.







7.1





Doors between corridors and stairways and all self-closing doors shall not be maintained in the open position, see. However, section 7.2.





 



Even the lid on doors may be removed or put out of function.







7.2





Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 7.1 self-closing doors can be maintained in the open position, if they are equipped with an automatic fire door closing systems (ABDL-systems), who legally is constructed and installed in accordance with regulation 231 seconded by Danish Fire Technical Institute (now the Danish fire and Security Technical Department) or an equivalent recognised at the time of installation standard.







7.3





If it is found at brandsyn that the self-closing doors shall be kept in the open position in contradiction with the provisions of point 7.1, the Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) require that the doors be provided as specified in section 7.2.







7.4





Non-self-closing doors (eg. EI2 30 or BD-doors 30-M) shall, so far as is possible, be closed in case of fire. The staff must be informed thereof.







7.5





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may require that the fire doors and Gates is marked with a sign "FIRE DOOR-CLOSED", which is carried out in accordance with point 2.3.





 

 





8. Escape route lighting.







8.1






In locations where there are installed the run-way lighting must be provided in connection with the building be employed at least 1 person who is directed in flight way lighting operation, testing and maintenance. In Assembly rooms and shops must be in usage time shall be at least 1 person present who is instructed in the operation of the escape route lighting.







8.2





By the control boards for escape route lighting with its own power supply (batteries, generators, etc.) must be hung a script with detailed instructions in flight way lighting operation, testing and maintenance.







8.3





Illuminated exit signs shall always be visible.







8.4





Internally illuminated exit signs shall be lighted and externally illuminated and luminous signs must be illuminated when the sites are in use.







8.5





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may however derogate from this requirement in the case of emergency routes deemed sufficiently illuminated by daylight, when the illuminated exit signs automatically turns on at dusk.





 

 





9. Early warning systems.







9.1





In buildings or sites with evacuation system to fire and evacuation instructions, see. paragraph 3.2 indicate that notification in case of persons is done by the use of the alert system.





 



In buildings where there are decorated reception, facilities or similar, must be affixed in this space the operating manual.







9.2





In institutions with evacuation system, which is based on the intercom between the facilities and the individual rest rooms, the mentioned in point 3.2 warning consist of both early-warning signal that oral instruction.







9.3





Deficiencies in evacuation system must be immediately remedied.







9.4





Switches (including group switches) must not be operable by any unauthorised person. Switches must therefore be carried out as key switches, or be placed in a locked cabinet, which may not be used for any other purpose. Moreover, reference is made to the power order.





 

 





10. Certificate issued by an authorized electrician.







10.1





To be submitted every three years certificate to the local authority (Danish national rescue preparedness) from an authorized electrician about





 



to





escape route lighting is in serviceable condition, including that panic lighting has an illumination of not less than 1 lux at floor areas in emergency routes,





 



to





evacuation system is in operational condition, including the alert signal has the required volume, and





 



to





automatic fire door closing systems (ABDL-systems) are operational.





 



This does not apply to Assembly rooms, where hung a valid el-safety certificate in accordance with the provisions of the Security Agency's Ordinance on the control of electrical installations in the Assembly rooms.





 

 





11. Temporary accommodation premises.







11.1





Companies, which are not adapted for the hotel, etc., can be used for temporary accommodation until 5 days after authorization from the Municipal Council, in each case, when the provisions of Chapter 1 – 10, as well as in this chapter are complied with.







11.2





From the rooms, which are larger than 75 m2, there must be at least two independent exits with escape routes all the way to the ground in the open air. The exits must be located in or immediately at the opposing ends.







11.3





From the access door to the premises at no more than 75 m2 must have escape routes into two opposite directions with a distance of no more than 25 metres to the nearest exit (door to the ground in the open air or to stairway enclosures).





 



Lower edge of rescue openings in such premises must not be located more than 2 m above the ground, and rooms without door to the outside must be provided with emergency openings, that after the rescue the overall assessment is suitable for personal salvation, since for each started 10 sleeps in the room must be found such a rescue opening.







11.4





In accommodation premises associated with the escape routes must be placed hand spray batteries or pressurized water extinguishers after municipal governing Board (rescue overall) quantification.







11.5





To be in the premises set up clear opening with the ban on smoking, see. 2.3.







11.6





You want to set up a smoke detector in every bedroom.







11.7





Nights in rooms larger than 75 m2, must be done after a stocking plan approved by the Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness), in order to ensure that the required open space for escape route doors and rescue openings are not blocked by beds, furniture, luggage, and more.







7.3





In buildings, be provided with sleeping accommodation for 150 people or more, there must be a firm, awake guard to carry out round dials after municipal governing Board (rescue overall) quantification. In other cases, the local authority (Danish national rescue preparedness) require a guard system established, if it is deemed necessary on the basis of a security assessment.





 

 





12. Hotels, etc.







12.1





For hotels etc. applies the requirements in Chapter 1 – 10 and the following:





 

 





12.2





Lookup.







12.2.1





In places where the staff move, must be spread as specified in the example at the end of regulation.







12.2.2





In receptions or similar in hotels etc. must be visible are spread readily understandable gives instructions on how staff and visitors must behave in the event of fire, see. section 12.2.4





 



Demands for lookup for staff will be safeguarded by the mentioned in point 3.2 fire and evacuation instructions.





 



Instructions for customers must include the injunction to leave the hotel by warning indicating the alarm signal the nature of the basic regulation. paragraph 12.2.3. In addition, the script take account of special conditions that can have an impact by evacuation.







12.2.3





In hotels, etc. must be placed in any sleeping rooms for customers opening with at least the following contents:





 



» GUIDANCE ON ALERT AND EVACUATION





 



Orient Them upon arrival on emergency routes location. Always take key/card with, when they leave the room.





 



By brand:





 



1.





Alarmér by phone or at the fire alarm-/varslingstryk.





 



2.





Keep the door to the room closed. If they leave the room, they close the door.





 



3.





If the fire alarm sounds, The varslingsignalet or leave the room, if possible. Can They not pass times and stairs due to smoke, they must be in the room and keep the door closed.





 

 




The alarm signal is. ..... (alarm signal art Bell, phone or any other signal unit-must be indicated).





 



4.





Lifts must not be used. "





 



The lookup must be corrected after the fact with regard to paragraph 1 and with respect to the alarm signal art.





 



In addition, in any bedroom for guests set up a schematic floor plan that clearly specifies the sleep room's location relative to the alleyways, stairways and/or doors to the ground in the open air. Please refer also to section 12.2.4.







12.2.4





The in clause 12.2.2 and 12.2.3 mentioned lookup for customers must be written in Danish and in the foreign language, as used by the hotel's usual customers.







12.2.5





In hotels, etc. must be on each floor set up a schematic outline plan for that floor with indication of





 









location of corridors and stairways,





 









location of fire-fighting equipment,





 









location of the switches for gas and electricity and





 









location of the stopping device for ventilation systems.





 



The plans must be set in times immediately at the doors to the stairs or to the ground in the open air and is primarily for use by staff and emergency preparedness.







12.2.6





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) can allow Setup of the test specified in paragraph 12.2.2, 12.2.3 and 12.2.5 mentioned lookup may be omitted, provided that on the basis of an assessment of the hotel's operation is deemed justifiable.





 

 





13. Health care facilities.







13.1





For care institutions apply the provisions laid down in Chapter 1 – 10 and the following:





 

 





13.2





Escape routes.







13.2.1





Opening bracket on doors in escape routes shall not be covered by plastic domes or similar without permission from the local authority (Danish national rescue preparedness).







13.2.2





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may permit emergency openings and escape route doors being locked, if such a measure is necessary apart from other safety considerations than the fire. It is, however, a prerequisite,





 



to





soverums section has a fixed guard system, see. section 1.2.4,





 



to





locked Windows and doors can be opened with the same key or similar, and





 



to





all staff in the soverums section always has such a key or similar on it.





 

 

 





13.3





Lay wakeful guard.







13.3.1





If in the soverums section is not installed an automatic fire alarm system, which is carried out in accordance with regulation 232 broadcast by Danish Fire Technical Institute (now the Danish fire and Security Technical Department) with alarm transfer to Danish national rescue preparedness, there must be a real alert guard, see. paragraph 1.2.4.





 

 





14. Assembly rooms







14.1





For assembly rooms applies the requirements in Chapter 1 – 10 and the following:





 

 

 





14.2





In General.







14.2.1





The operating responsible person, see. section 2.1, must ensure that there are no closed several people into the Assembly's premises, than these is approved.





 

 

 





14.3





Escape routes.







14.3.1





The maximum number of persons allowed access to the premises, may not correspond to the total width of escape routes (including doors), measured at the narrowest point, so that 1 person equals 1 cm escape route width.





 

 

 





14.4





Space allocation plan.







14.4.1





The establishment of chairs, tables and other furniture – including the spectator barriers – in Assembly rooms must be in accordance with a municipal councillor (emergency preparedness) approved space allocation plan. Space allocation plan can be drawn up as a black and white drawing or in colors. The plan must – in addition to fixtures line-up – show all escape routes (incl. free hallways in the room) all the way to the ground in the open air. If using different equipment set-ups, approved a space allocation plan for each list.





 



A copy of the current plan, together with the Municipal Board's (rescue overall) endorsement, approval must be suspended on an easily accessible and visible location for the audience in or at the Assembly room.





 



In the same place, there must exist a Councillor (emergency preparedness) signed lookup in fast version with clear indication of the maximum number of persons who may be given access to the premises of the basic regulation. section 14.3.1, unless this appears from the suspended space allocation plan.







the assessment





For the purposes of the Assembly rooms, as always or occasionally used without fixtures line-up, URf.eks. to dance, sports purposes, etc., must be on an easily accessible and visible location for the audience is a municipal councillor (emergency preparedness) signed lookup in fast version with clear indication of the maximum number of persons who may be given access to the premises of the basic regulation. paragraph 14.3.1.







14.4.3





Chairs in rows must be fastened to the floor or to interconnect in groups of at least 4. Interconnection shall be performed stable, so that chairs relative positions can not be upsetting. The distance between rows (counted from Chair to chair) must be at least 80 cm, and each seat width shall be at least 50 cm (or center distance from Center to center of the chairs chairs must be at least 50 cm by interconnected chairs).





 



The number of seats in the unbroken series of from free time area of a width of at least 1.3 metres shall not exceed 12 and the number of rows without any interruption of a free time area of a width of at least





 



2 m for benches and interconnected chairs and 1.3 m for pinned chairs must not exceed 20.





 



Hallways must, moreover, have a width of at least 1 cm for each person who will pass the time area to get to the exits.





 



The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may allow the trust arrangement continues to be carried out in accordance with the previously approved space allocation plans to the extent that this is compatible with the Labour Ministry's notice of fixed working locations in the Interior.







14.4.4





By chairs and table arrangement must be interpreted free hallways of a width of not less than 1.3 m and, in fact, equivalent to at least 1 cm for each person who will pass that time area to get to the Assembly room's exits.





 



The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may allow the chairs and table arrangement continues to be carried out in accordance with the previously approved space allocation plans to the extent that this is compatible with the Labour Ministry's notice of fixed working locations in the Interior.








14.4.5





Chairs, tables and other fixtures shall be drawn up in such a way that the free time areas and emergency routes use would not be impeded.





 

 





14.





The operating journal.







14.5.1





The operating responsible person, see. section 2.1, must ensure that there is an operating journal relating to the control of matters referred to in paragraph 14.5.2. By operating the register shall specify that the control of the individual paragraphs are carried out. The responsible person must know its operation signature and by stating the date and time in the operational register certify that controls are carried out immediately prior to any use of the premises. The operating records shall be kept for at least 3 months and upon request, presented to the Municipal Council (emergency preparedness). The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) can in individual cases allow operating the register need not be published taking into account passenger load, mode of use and users ' knowledge of escape routes.







14.5.2





Before any use of Assembly rooms must be checked:





 



to





escape routes are free and tidy in their entire width,





 



to





escape routes can be crossed at any point in the flight direction without the use of a key or special tool,





 



to





escape route doors and escape route lighting and/or signs at these are visible,





 



to





opening with an indication of the maximum number of persons is placed in a visible place,





 



to





furniture arrangement is in accordance with the intended purpose approved space allocation plan, unless the room is used without fixtures line-up





 



to





fire-fighting equipment is inspected, without prejudice. paragraph 6.7.







14.5.3





All defects found during the checks referred to in section 14.5.1, must be immediately remedied.





 

 

 





14.6





Furniture, decoration and special events.







14.6.1





For the decoration of premises and to manufacture and clothing of stands etc. must not use materials that are inferior to class K1 10 D-s2, d2 as URf.eks. 9 mm chipboard with density 600 kg/m3, at least 9 mm particleboard with density 600 kg/m3 or at least 9 mm plywood plate with a density of at least 500 kg/m3.







14.6.2





Upholstered furniture must meet the requirements for flammability in a 1021-1.







14.6.3





Special decoration of premises and the organisation of special events, URf.eks. bazaars, exhibitions and the like, shall take place only after prior consent from the local authority (Danish national rescue preparedness) in each case.







14.6.4





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may shut down the prohibition of smoking and use of open flames.





 

 





14.7





Scenes.







14.7.1





Temporarily fielded scenes.







14.7.1.1





Stage floor size must not exceed 35 m², without prejudice. However, paragraph 14.7.2.6.







14.7.1.2





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may require that there be placed hand spray batteries or hand extinguishers, see. paragraph 6.6. on temporary scenes.







14.7.2





The use of permanent and temporary set scenes







14.7.2.1





Any new use of a stage for theatrical performances and similar events under which used scenery and decorations, etc., must be reported to the local authority (Danish national rescue preparedness) not later than 3 business days prior to the event. This does not apply for scenes used as tribune by URf.eks. lectures, entertainment or similar and without the use of scenery, decorations, etc.







14.7.2.2





For-, middle-and back-cloths or must be at least equivalent to the material of the class D-s2, d2 (class B-material).







14.7.2.3





Backdrops, set pieces, decorations, etc. must either be carried out in accordance with paragraph 14.7.2.2 or carried out by:





 



(a))





materials corresponding to class D-s2, d2 (class B-material), such as URf.eks. plasterboard, plywood, particle board, hardboard and similar hard or (b))





paper, textiles or similar flammable materials are impregnated so that materials correspond to class D-s2, d2 (class B-material).





 



Foamed or expanded plastic materials or other materials in brandmæssig terms, equivalent shall not be used, unless special measures are taken to safeguard against the ignition, URf.eks. by spraying of plaster or gipslag for a minimum of 5 mm thickness on all surfaces.







14.7.2.4





Do not use candles or other form of open flames.







14.7.2.5





Space below the stage must be kept free from combustible issue and be cleaned.







14.7.2.6





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may allow derogations from the provisions of paragraph 14.7.1.1 and 14.7.2.2 – 14.7.2.4, if it can be deemed to be justifiable in brandmæssig sense and to the extent that this is compatible with the Labour Ministry's notice of fixed working locations in the Interior.





 

 

 





15. Daycare.







15.1





For day care centres apply rules Chapter 1 – 10 and the following:





 

 





15.2





Code of conduct.





 

 

 





15.2.1





Application of foam and similar materials in the playroom, etc. shall take place only to a limited extent.







15.2.2





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) can prohibit decorating and interior design, resulting in a significant increase in the fire load.





 

 

 





16. Shops.







16.1





For shops apply the requirements in Chapter 1 – 10 and the following:





 

 





16.2





Code of conduct and escape routes.







16.2.1





Arrangement of furniture and goods, etc. must be carried out in such a way that the resulting free hallways of a width of not less than 1.3 m to all escape routes from the sales premises. In the sales rooms, which are furnished before 1. February 1977, hallways, however, have a clear width of at least 1.2 metres.





 



For sales rooms, from which there are at least 2 independent escape routes to the ground in the open air, and where escape routes are located in or at the opposing ends, must the maximum number of persons allowed access, up to a maximum equal to the total width of escape routes (including doors) measured at the narrowest point, so that 1 person equals 1 cm escape route width.








16.2.2





Exit through the box locks shall not be counted as escape route, unless taken special Councillor (emergency preparedness) approved the measures in place to ensure that evacuation may take place without hindrance.







16.2.3





If the storage premises or other service room is part of escape routes from the sales premises, must escape the way land is specified in their full width in such premises (URf.eks. by hand painting of floors). There must be clear and durable lookups, which prohibits the issue of any kind on these flight-way areas.







16.2.4





Special decoration must only be done with permission from the local authority (Danish national rescue preparedness) in each case.







16.2.5





The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may require the fixtures line-up, etc. are in accordance with a municipal councillor (emergency preparedness) approved fixtures plan.





 



The plan must – in addition to fixtures line-up – show all escape routes (incl. free corridors) completely to the ground in the open air.





 



A copy of the approved plan provided with authentication endorsement from the local authority (Danish national rescue preparedness) shall be posted in an easily accessible and visible place in or by the sales room.





 

 





17. Classrooms.







17.1





For classrooms applies the requirements in Chapter 1 – 10 and the following:







17.2





The mentioned in point 3.2 fire and evacuation instructions shall be posted on sites that are available to users of the premises.





 

 



 

 





Example:







» PREVENTION OF FIRE





 





Be careful with the use of open flames.





 






Candles and decorations must be placed on non-flammable, and stable surface and away from curtains and other combustible materials. Lighted candles must be kept under surveillance.





 






Tobacco use may only take place within the designated areas.





 






Tobacco waste must be collected in non-combustible containers with lids. The containers shall only be used for this purpose.





 






Trash bags and the like should be daily removed and placed in a special a storage container or in a container.





 






Tablecloths, napkins and the like must be inspected for embers from tobacco use by removal, etc. and must be placed so that a possible fire in the material cannot spread.





 






Coffee makers, irons and similar electrical apparatus must always be disconnected at the power socket after use.





 






Oil cloths, etc. can even ignite and should be placed after use in non-flammable container with lid.





 






Flammable liquids (gasoline, kerosene, URf.eks. acetone and rubbing alcohol) must be used with caution and stored in secure containers.





 






Self-closing doors may only be opened if the fire closes automatically.





 






Escape route doors must not be blocked, and do not place objects or effects in escape routes and stairs.





 






Linen carts, cleaning trolleys and the like must not recommended in escape routes.





 






Fire-fighting equipment must be kept freely available. "





 





Lookup content must be adapted to the local conditions.







Official notes 1) Notice has been notified in draft form in accordance with European Parliament and Council Directive 98/34/EC (information procedure directive) as amended by Directive 98/48/EC.