Applicable Local Number 10 In 2010

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 10 Tahun 2010

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Microsoft Word-Depok Perda No. 10 Th 2010. rtf SHEET AREA DEPOK, no.10 TH. 2010 REGULATORY AREA DEPOK number 10 in 2010 ABOUT the COUNTERMEASURE of PREVENTION and MANAGEMENT of FIRES with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY MAYORS, Considering: a. that based on the provisions of article 17 of Law Number 28 years 2002.Jo. Article 32 Government Regulation Number 36 in 2005, stipulates that building safety requirements include the requirements of the building's ability to support the burden of the charge, as well as building the capability in preventing and tackling the fire hazard and danger of lightning; b. that based on the provisions of article 34 paragraph (4) the Government Regulation Number 36 in 2005, stipulates that each building with spacious, classification, functions, number of floors and/or with a certain number of occupants must have fire security management unit; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to set local regulations about the management of the prevention and Countermeasures against fire hazard. Remember: 1. A law of disorder (Staatsblad Ordonnantie Hinder 1926 Number 226 as amended several times, the last with Staatsblad 1940 Number 450); 2. Act No. 1 1970 about Work Safety (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 1970, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2922); 3. The Statute. ...

3. Act No. 4 of 1972 concerning the housing and settlements (State Gazette Number 23 in 1992, an additional Sheet country number 3469); 4. Act No. 14 of 1992 about traffic and Road Transport (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 1992, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3480); 5. Law Number 3 of 1999 on the establishment of the municipality of Depok Regencies and municipalities Regencies Cilegon (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 49, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 3828); 6. Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 134 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4247); 7. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); 8. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437); 9. Act No. 24 of 2007 about disaster relief (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 66 in 2007), an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4723); 10. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 11. The Government Regulation (PP) number 36 in 2005 about the Regulations Implementing Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building; 12. Regulations.. ...

12. Regulation of the Minister of public works Number 29/PRT/M/2006 about Building technical requirements Guidelines; 13. the regulation of the Minister of public works Number 24/PRT/M/2007 Technical Guidelines on Building Permit; 14. Regulation of the Minister of public works number 25/PRT/M/2007 on Guidelines be eligible Certificate Building Function; 15. Regulation of the Minister of public works number 26/PRT/M/2007 on Guidelines expert team Building; 16. Regulation of the Minister of public works Number 24/PRT/M/2008 about the guidelines of Building maintenance and upkeep; 17. Regulation of the Minister of public works number 25/PRT/M/2008 about drafting technical guidelines master plan Fire protection system; 18. Regulation of the Minister of public works number 26/PRT/M/2008 about Fire protection system technical requirements On Building and environment; 19. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 62 in 2008 about the minimum service standard in the field of Governance In the country; 20. Regulation of the Minister of public works Number 20/PRT/M/2009 on technical guidelines on Fire Protection in Urban Management; 21. Applicable local Depok Number 27 in 2000 About Investigator civil servant (the sheet Area Depok, 2000 27 Number Series C); 22. Applicable local Depok number 03 in 2006 about buildings and Building Permit Levy (the sheet Area Depok 2006 number 03); 23. Applicable local Depok number 07 in 2008 about Mandatory Government Affairs and the options become Government Authority Depok (Depok Region Gazette Year 2008 number 07); 24. Applicable local Depok number 08 in 2008 about the Organization of the device area (Sheet Area Depok in 2008 number 08); With Approval .....

By mutual agreement of the REGIONAL HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and Mayor of DEPOK, DEPOK, DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS REGARDING FIRE PREVENTION and MITIGATION MANAGEMENT. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. Local Government is the Mayor of Depok city areas and devices as organizers of Government in the city of Depok. 2. The Mayor is the head of the local Government of the city of Depok. 3. Service is service of the Fire Department the city of Depok who had responsibility in the areas of prevention and mitigation of fires and other disasters. 4. Building is the physical form of the results of construction works which blend with its position, partially or completely located above and/or in the soil and/or water, which serves as a place of human conduct its activities, whether for residence or residence, as well as for religious activities, business activities, social and cultural activities 5. Motor vehicle passenger transport mode is devoted to serving the interests of the general public. 6. Special motor vehicle transport mode is specifically intended for transporting hazardous materials. 7. Hazardous materials are substances or its alloy that is combustible/explosive/inflammable, corrosive and others are due to the handling, storage, processing or packaging can cause hazard for humans to, equipment and the environment. 8. Fire prevention is the efforts made in order to prevent the occurrence of fires. 9. The response ... ... ... ....

9. The response to the fire was the efforts made in order to extinguish or control the fires. 10. Risk of fire hazard level is a condition/State of the fire hazard in a particular object are determined based on the activity of the human condition and/or processes that take place in it. 11. The means of Salvation is found in the building that was used to save lives from fire and other disasters. 12. Access for Firefighters is access/path or other means in the building that is specially prepared for the entrance of the officer and firefighter units into the building. 13. Fire Protection is an effort to protect/secure the building and other facilities against fire hazard through the provision/installation system, equipment and other active nature completeness nor passive. 14. The active protection system is a fire protection system installed on buildings and requires the availability of power/energy to operate, such as the system of firefighting media water (sprinkler, hydrants), fire fighting systems for chemical media, either run manually, such as fire extinguishers (APAR) or automatically. 15. the protection system of the passive fire protection system is constructed or mounted on buildings through a peryaratan arrangement of building materials and components of structures realized in terms of fire resistance (fire resistance rating), kompartemenisasi, and the protection of openings. 16. Management Countermeasures of urban Fire (MPKP) is part of the urban management to devise the readiness of Fire Agencies and related institutions, the owner and or user community and building countermeasure against fire on the building and/or urban environment. 17. Management. ....


17. Fire Prevention Management environment (MPKL) is part of the management of the estate to devise prevention and preparedness for tackling the Fires on the environment. 18. Management Response Kebakara building (MPKG) is part of the building management for owners and users of the readiness of the mengyupayakan building in the implementation of activities on prevention and countermeasures of the fire building. 19. Fire Safety System environment (SKKL) was beyond just a mechanism to efficiently utilize all components of the community in the prevention and mitigation of fires in a community/neighborhood dense habitation. 20. The Total protection system is a system of protection against fire hazard the intergrasikan protection system of active, passive and fire safety management. 21. Light the fire Extinguishers are a tool contains certain chemicals which were used to douse the fire manually, either from the type of light or fire can dijinjing (APAR) or the type of wheels. 22. Fire Alarm System is a device to alert the fire early level that includes fire alarm manual and/or automatic fire alarm. 23. An upright pipe system and a Fire Hose firefighting system is located in the building, with the clutch-sized spending 2.5 (two and a half), 1.5 inches (one half) of an inch or a combination of both. 24. the Hidrant Page is a hydrant that is outside of the building, with a clutch size of 2.5 expenditures (two and a half). Automatic Sprinkler System 25. is a system of transmitters/pemercik water works automatically when the room temperature reaches a certain temperature. 26. The smoke Control System is a system of natural or mechanical means to control or dispose of smoke from a building or part of the building so that the room is reached to limit safe habitation at the time the fire broke out. 27. the catastrophe. ...

27. Another disaster is an event that can harm and or property, in addition to the fires, among others, building collapses, earthquakes, floods, puddles, installation, emergency medical, transportation accidents and leaks/pollution hazardous materials. 28. the quality test is test Material properties of building materials including the interiors of buildings against fire in order to know the behavior of such materials as hard/easy it is burning or catching fire, difficult/easy menjalarkan api, as well as the level of production of smoke that occurs, when exposed to heat exposure due to fires. 29. Test the resilience of fire (fire resistance test) is a test that applies to the structural component in order to find out the extent to which the level of fire resistance of the structure components, expressed in minutes/hours, when burned according to time-temperature curves of standard. CHAPTER II OBJECTS and CLASSIFICATION of RISK of FIRE HAZARD is considered part of the object is set and the requirements of article 2 of the Protection of objects arranged in fire prevention and Management Countermeasures include appropriate building function and the classification of the use of buildings, residential buildings of either House or apartment, institutional buildings such as hospitals, office buildings and businesses, building trade and shops, industrial buildings and warehouses, motor vehicle , hazardous materials, GAS STATION/SPBG and the installation of Gas. Article 3 the system requirements and equipment fire protection must be provided/installed in buildings as referred to in article 2 should be based on the classification of risk of fire hazard. Part. ....

The second part of the risk of fire hazard Classification article 4 Each building has good fire hazard risk classification low, medium or high that is affected by the function and classification of buildings, dimensions or size of the buildings and the contents of the buildings. Article 5 (1) risk of fire hazard Classification referred to in article 4 paragraph (1), expressed in a number of classification as follows: a. the risk of fire hazard classification Number 3; b. classification of risk of fire hazard 4; c. risk of fire hazard classification Number 5; d. risk of fire hazard classification Number 6; and e. risk classification Numbers fire hazard 7. (2) Classification risk of fire hazard in building referred to in subsection (1), a regulated further in a regulation the Mayor, in accordance with the applicable provisions. CHAPTER III MANAGEMENT of FIRE PREVENTION is considered part of the Building in General of article 6 (1) every building is obligated to meet the technical requirements of the building safety requirements include the ability of the building to support the burden of the charge, as well as building the capability in preventing and tackling the fire hazard and danger of lightning. (2) every building, except a single home and home series is simple, to be protected against the danger of fire protection system with passive and active protection. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning, installation and maintenance of the protection system of the passive and active protection as mentioned in subsection (2) is set further in the Mayor's Rules in accordance with the applicable provisions. Part. ....

The second part of article 7 residential buildings (1) every developer who built the mandatory residential area provides the infrastructure and means of prevention and mitigation of fires. (2) Each occupant of a building which is not the settlements arranged surroundings can complement the infrastructure and means of prevention and mitigation of fires at least 1 (one) unit of fire extinguishe. (3) the provisions on infrastructures and means of fire, as referred to in paragraph (1) and subsection (2) refers to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. The third part of the single Shophouse Building and In article 8 (1) on a single shophouse building or building houses lining the storied has an altitude of 3 (three) floor and above should be given a path to the outside which connects between the buildings unit one unit with the other buildings. (2) if the means of the road outside is not possible, then a separate part of the building units must be connected one with the other, so it formed two way out on every single shophouse building units or building houses lining them. (3) the fire alarm and detection Equipment must be mounted on a building or buildings lining commercial shophouses in order early notification of the occurrence of fires. (4) when the used window air-trellis for safeguards, the installation of trellis should not bother the way out for the occupants or users of the building, as well as hindering rescue efforts of the residents of the building from the outside of the building. (5) the provisions on security buildings or buildings lining commercial shophouses against fire hazard refers to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. Part. ....

The fourth part of the buildings of the hospital article 9 (1) Building a hospital or health care facility, is obligated to meet the technical requirements of safety of buildings and residents from the danger of fire through the protection system of passive and active protection. (2) a fire protection system on building hospitals or health care facilities must take into account the characteristics of the patient, the completeness of the medical equipment installed, the floor area and the height of the building. (3) to to take effect and countermeasures of fire prevention efforts on building the hospital particularly storied hospital building, it needs to be made to map the potential fire hazard as part of applying zoning system fire hazard. (4) storied Hospital Building with a height of 2 (two) floors above, compulsory fitted equipment detection system and fire alarms, firefighting equipment manual (APAR) or automatic (Splinker), fire smoke control systems, fire control centre, means the road to the outside of a safe, as well as the implementation of safety management fire (fire safety management) including emergency response plan (emergency response plan). (5) For indoor the ICU/ICCU on the building of the hospital should be taken into account with respect to enduring principle (defend in place) with fireproof construction for a minimum of 2 (two) hours, making eksit horizontal (horizontal exit) for inpatients (bed-ridden) on hospital building multilevel, and ramp or ramp outpatient (ambulatory). (6) further Provisions concerning fire protection systems in buildings the hospital refers to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. Part. ....


Part five Apartment Buildings of article 10 (1) mandatory apartment building equipped with active protection system and the means or the completeness of his supporters, the passive protection system, smoke control systems and provision of the means of exit (exit). (2) part of the apartment building that has a high fire hazard potential such as the kitchen, the fireplace and the warehouse should be given protection against the possibility of a fire hazard. (3) access to apartment buildings must not be disturbed and the square as well as meet the requirements of the building footprint that allows operation of a fire from the outside of the building running smoothly without a hitch. (4) apartment building management should implement fire safety (fire safety management) and provide Fire Control Center on the ground floor in support of fire prevention operations effectively. (5) the provisions on the requirements of the protection of the apartment building refers to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. The sixth Building Market article 11 (1) a mandatory market building equipped with active protection system and means or completeness of passive protection system, supporting, and providing a means of exit (exit). (2) the owner of a kiosk in the market building is obligated to organize and arrange goods kept from being triggered or the widespread intensity fires include the provision of fire-protection equipment. (3) the Manager.. ...

(3) the Manager of the building market is obligated to: a. implement fire safety management system especially concerns the activities of supervision, examination of the reliability of the equipment is installed; b. forming a Volunteer Fire Unit (Satlakar) the market; and c. carry out fire and evacuation training regularly. (4) the responsibility for the implementation of Fire safety management as referred to in paragraph (3) are on the owner or Manager of the building and the market. (5) the provisions on fire protection system on the market as referred to in paragraph (1) refers to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. The seventh section of the building Industry of article 12 (1) any compulsory industrial building is equipped with the infrastructure and means of prevention and countermeasures of the fire protection system, through passive and active protection systems, and the provision of smoke control system means a way out (exit). (2) every owner/manager of the building industry is obliged to: a. implement safety management fire (fire safety management); b. forming Teams Tackling a fire Building; and c. make a plan to cope with an emergency fire (fire emergency plan). (3) every owner/manager of the building industry should help the surrounding environment in any prevention efforts and fire hazard mitigation plan with infrastructure, means of fire protection and completeness available. (4) the provisions on infrastructures and means of fire protection and fire safety management implementation on industrial buildings, as referred to in paragraph (1) and subsection (2) refers to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. Part. ....

The eighth section of the Office building of trade and services Article 13 (1) trade and services office building that has great size, good size or height of compulsory fitted with means of prevention and tackling the danger of fire protection systems include active and passive smoke control systems, and supply a path to the outside is safe to anticipate the possibility of the occurrence of fires. (2) every owner/managers of office buildings trade and services should: a. provide access which meets the requirements in the framework of the effectiveness of the operation of a building from outside as well as the rescue efforts in the event of a fire; b. implement safety management fire (fire safety management); c. help building Fire Prevention Team; d. make a plan for tackling fires and other emergencies; and e. provides post fire control. (3) the responsibility to supplement the means of prevention and mitigation of fire referred to in subsection (1) is the owner and Manager of the building trade or service. & (4) further Provisions concerning the requirements for means of prevention and tackling the fire hazard and application of fire safety management in building trade services as mentioned in & subsection (1) and subsection (2) refers to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. Part. ....

The ninth section of the building FILLING STATIONS, Gas Installations and SPBG articles 14 (1) every building FILLING STATIONS or Gas Installations and networks SPBG obliged specially protected against fire and is likely to occur or blasting. (2) special protection as referred to in subsection (1) includes detection system and fire alarm system, fire service manual or automatic either special as well as the readiness of the personnel in dealing with fires that may occur at any time. (3) the location or placement of building GAS STATIONS/SPBG must have a safe distance from the fire hazard with the other buildings. (4) the responsibility to complete the infrastructure and means of prevention and fire mitigation plan as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (3) are on the building owner/manager. (5) further Provisions concerning the completeness of requirements planning and infrastructures and means of fire protection, as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (4) refers to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. The tenth General Assembly of Buildings part of article 15 (1) the general meeting of the mandatory Building protected against fire hazard through the installation of equipment to active and passive protection system that meets the requirements. (2) taking into account the potential fire hazard at Public Meetings, then Building the building must meet the requirements: a. the Street outside a safe; b. the use of interior materials and coatings of the walls or floor safe fire; c. the terms of entrance to the building; and d. communication system emergency. (3) Besides ......

(3) in addition to the matters mentioned in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) and on building public meetings must be applied fire safety management system. (4) the responsibility to complete the completeness and system for protection against fire hazard referred to in subsection (1) until subsection (3) are on the building owner/manager. (5) further Provisions concerning the completeness of requirements planning and infrastructures and means of fire protection in buildings general meeting referred to in paragraph (1) should refer to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. The eleventh part of motor vehicles article 16 (1) every owner and/or the provider of public transportation and special vehicles, is obligated to provide a light fire extinguishers in accordance with the risk of fire hazard and other equipment that could be used in rescue efforts in the event of a fire in the vehicle. (2) every fire extinguisher equipment and other equipment provided in public or special inspection must be performed at regular intervals and maintained in order to be always in good condition and idle. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for installation of fire extinguishers is light on public transportation and special vehicles, as referred to in paragraph (1) refers to laws or National standards of Indonesia's invitation. The twelfth part of the hazardous materials article 17 (1) any owner of the store and/or produce hazardous materials is mandatory: a. provides isolation of the spill; b. provide. ...

b. provides a means of salvation, active protection, passive protection, as well as implement fire safety management; c. inform the list of harmful substances stored and or produced; and d. put up a plaque and/or label supression and handling hazardous materials. (2) any owner who is transporting hazardous materials is mandatory: a. provide the light and fire extinguishers protection tool the vehicle crew according to the potential danger of fire; and b. installing the plaque countermeasures and handling hazardous materials. (3) further Provisions regarding the storage, manufacture and transport of hazardous materials as referred to in paragraph (1) and subsection (2) refers to the applicable legislation and/or the applicable STANDARD. Periodic Examination of the thirteenth section of article 18 (1) to find out the condition of the safety against fire on the building as set forth in article 6 to article 17 includes knowing whether the facilities and equipment protection still works well, then the inspection must be performed at regular intervals of at least three (3) months by the owner, the user and/or the property management building. (2) the results of the inspection intervals referred to in subsection (1) is reported by the owners, users and/or building property management to the Office of the local fire department. (3) based on the report of the owners, users and/or the property management building referred to in subsection (2), the Agency may conduct an examination into the field. (4) in addition to the provisions referred to in paragraph (3), Fire Service obligatory periodic inspection and testing against the fire extinguishers in the building every once a year. BAB. ....


CHAPTER IV MANAGEMENT COUNTERMEASURE of FIRE Management Area is considered part of the BUILDING's fire Building article 19 (1) any owner and/or user of a mandatory building fire risk management activities, including the activities of preparing themselves, mitigate, respond to and recovery due to the fires. (2) every owner and/or users of the building should utilize the building in accordance with the functions defined in the building permit, including fire risk management through maintenance activities, maintenance and periodic inspection of fire protection system as well as completion of the personnel trained in fire control. (3) any owner and/or Manager and/or the users of the building, which has a height of buildings over 8 floors, or has a building area exceeds 5,000 m2, or the number of residents of more than 500 (five hundred) people, mandatory form the Management countermeasures of the fire building. (4) building Special hospitals and other health-care buildings that have more than 40 inpatient beds, obliged to apply the Management Countermeasures of fires, especially in identifying and implementing a proactive process of salvation. (5) further Provisions regarding the establishment of the Management Countermeasures of fire referred to in subsection (3) and subsection (4), governed more by the Mayor Rules in accordance with the applicable provisions. Part. ....

The second part of the building's Fire Prevention Organizations article 20 (1) the elements of the Organization's principal Building composed of Fire Prevention in charge or Fire Safety Manager, Communications personnel, firefighters, Penyelamatanm/paramedics, engineers, holders of the role of the Fire floor (floor warden) and security (scurity). (2) great Small Building Fire Prevention organization structure, depending on the risk classification of the building against fire hazard, the plan footprint, and facilities available in the building. (3) the details of the basic tasks and functions of the Organization to combat the fire building, referring to laws applicable invitation. The third part of operational Governance clause 21 (1) operational governance in the management of Fire Prevention activities should include the establishment of a planning team, preparation of analysis of the building against fire hazard, making the plan Safeguards fire (Fire Safety Plan and Fire Emergency Plan creation Follow-up (Fire Emergency Plan). (2) every building owner/manager must implement or enforce Governance and operational activities in the management of Fire Prevention, in accordance with the level of classification of the risk of fire hazard in building. BAB. ....

CHAPTER v. MANAGEMENT RESPONSE is considered part of the CITY Region FIRE Management fire section 22 (1) Fire Management Area formed by grouping homes have in common the need for tackling the fires in the areas defined by nature or man-made. (2) Fire Management Area is determined by the time response (response time) from the nearest fire department post. (3) fire service Areas in each region Fire Management not exceeding 7.5 km travel distance (travel distance). The second response times Article 23 (1) response times (response time) is composed of forces and means of delivery time Fire Department (dispatch time), the time travelling to the location of fires and firefighting means deploying time until ready to do a burnout. (2) response times (response time) instance of the Fire Department's response to the notification fires to Depok region no more than 15 minutes, consisting of: a. the time of receipt of notification from the fires and the preparation of forces and means of suppression; b. travel time from the post nearest extinguisher toward the fire location; and c. Time equipment titles provide up to ready operation blackout. Part. ....

The third part of planning sectors/UPT Firefighter section 24 (1) in an effort to combat a fire service acceleration and other emergencies or disasters, in the Sub-district fire department and Sector shaped or Implementing Technical Unit (UPT) fire extinguisher in accordance with area and range of response time for tackling the fires. (2) in every sector and or UPT fire extinguisher referred to in subsection (1) is equipped with the infrastructure and means of tackling fires and other disasters. (3) further Provisions regarding the formation of sector/UPT Firefighters and completeness of infrastructures and means referred to in paragraph (1) and subsection (2) refers to the legislation in force. The fourth part of the city's Fire Prevention Organizations Article 25 (1) of the hierarchical organization of the city's Firefighting Service, starting from the lowest level, consisting of: a. the post fire department; b. the Fire Sector; and c. command headquarters or region Fire Department. (2) basic tasks and functions in the management of Fire Prevention of cities, consisting of: a. the management of fire prevention Fire Prevention Management b. c., Protection of property from fire and other disasters. (3) Ketrentuan more about the hierarchy of the organizational service firefighting and basic tasks and functions of the management countermeasures of fire referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), referring to the laws applicable invitation. Part. ....

Operational Governance part five Article 26 Operational Governance should include the activities of prevention, suppression, rescue, reporting system and information about the performance of firefighting agencies and matters related to the city's fire prevention must be implemented in order to increase the effectiveness of the response to the fires of the city; Article 27 in case of fire, the owners, users and/or body building managers, owners and/or managers of special motor vehicle and the person or business entity that stores and/or produce harmful substances-toxic (B3) should be doing: a. Initial Actions rescue people, property, security and fire-fighting locations; and b. inform the Department and relevant agencies. Article 28 Before the officer on duty arrives in the scene of the fire, the administrators a RT/RW, Lurah and Volunteer Fire Unit (Satlakar), as well as Fire Prevention Team Building perform early appropriate safeguards and mitigation tasks and functions. Article 29 (1) of the Act or operation of the blackout and rescue carried out by officers of the Fire Service, including: a. the Size up or estimate the magnitude of the fires to determine the tactics and strategy of the operation blackout; b. Rescue or Bailout/rescue the souls and possessions c. Locate or Search source d. Confined or control of fire, and penjalaran e. Extinguish or fire-fighting. (2) the execution. ...

(2) the implementation of the operations of the blackout and Rescue (rescue) referred to in subsection (1), shall be conducted in accordance with Standard Operational procedures or Procedures Remain Warfare fire that has been set in accordance with the provisions of the applicable invitation militate. Article 30 (1) at the time the fire occurred, anyone who was in the location of the fire must obey the instructions and/or orders given by commanders of the incident (incident commander), in accordance with the procedure Remains applicable Fire Countermeasure Operations. (2) things that occur at the site of the fire was caused due to not dipatuhinya the instructions and orders referred to in subsection (1) becomes the responsibility of those concerned; Article 31 (1) in preventing menjalarnya fire or avoid the danger of fire, the owner and/or Manager/occupant building/grounds must provide permission to the firefighters to: a. Enter the building/grounds; b. help move goods/flammable materials; c. utilize water from the swimming pool and the page is sourced from the hydrant water TAPS in the area of fire hazard; d. damage/break down some or all of the building; e. do other actions required in the operation of the rescue and firefighting. (2) the destruction/perobohan buildings as referred to in paragraph (1) letter d, carried out based on the situation and conditions in the field. Article 32 (1) tackling the fires in the border region with DKI Jakarta/Bogor district, City/Town/District of Bekasi, Tangerang and South can be solved jointly by the Institutions of the regional fire department respectively. (2) the execution. ...


(2) the implementation of fire prevention as referred to in subsection (1) is done through cooperation among regional and Head set with a joint decision between firefighting agencies respectively. (3) the cost of operation for tackling fires in the border region into the burden and responsibility of firefighting agencies respectively. Article 33 in addition to the fire prevention as referred to in article 28 paragraph (1), the Service can help rescue victims of other disasters that occurred in the border region; The sixth part of the examination of the causes of Fire Article 34 (1) service of the fire department can do the examination to find out the reasons for the occurrence of fires. (2) in conducting an examination referred to in subsection (1), a fire investigator have to coordinate with local police. (3) Provisions regarding further examination to find out the reasons for the occurrence of a fire referred to in subsection (1) is subject to compliance with applicable provisions. The seventh section of the certification and the recommendation of article 35 every person or legal entity producing or importing fire extinguishers, means of rescue and hazardous materials must obtain a certificate of quality test of components and material from the testing agencies have been accredited. Article.. ...

Article 36 any person and/or legal entities engaged in the planning, supervision, technical reviewer, maintenance and/or treatment in the field of fire safety should get the certificate of fire safety expertise from an accredited Profession Associations and should be registered on the Service. Article 37 (1) every person and/or legal entities who manufacture, install, distribute, trade or distribute any kind of fire extinguishers in the city of Depok, mandatory recommendations of the Office of the local fire department. (2) further Provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for obtaining a recommendation referred to in subsection (1) are governed further by a mayor, in accordance with Rule conditions. The eighth part of the master plan of the fire protection system (RISPK), Article 38 (1) in the fire prevention and mitigation efforts of City Government must craft a master plan Fire protection system (RISPK) and execute it in accordance with the plan that has been set. (2) RISPK compiled based on fire risk analysis and disaster that ever happened with the city development plan and the plan's other town facilities and infrastructure. (3) RISPK includes the provisions of the fire prevention System Plan (RSCK) and the Fire Prevention System Plan (RSPK). CHAPTER VI OTHER DISASTER MANAGEMENT Article 39 (1) in the event of a disaster other than the Fire Department, the fire department can do the initial actions rescue lives and possessions. (2) in. ..

(2) in performing the Act of salvation and property from disaster, owner and/or Manager and/or the occupants of buildings and/or yards required to provide permission to the firefighters to: a. enter and/or vacate the building location and/or yard and/or highway; b. it helps move goods and/or hazardous materials; c. damage and/or cutting means of transportation; d. perform other necessary actions in the rescue operation. (3) in performing the Act of salvation and possessions as referred to in paragraph (1), the Office of coordinating with other relevant agencies. CHAPTER VII FIRE PREVENTION MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL Management Region is considered Part of the fire Environment article 40 (1) every building environments that are in one environment with the same ownership and management in the same environment should implement Management Countermeasures of the fire environment. (2) the environment referred to in subsection (1) include the environment trade, offices, markets, the environment and tourism Neighborhood environment with high levels of population density and the environment specifically established by the Government. (3) to do prevention and countermeasures of fire referred to in subsection (2) in the specified environment must Fire Resistance System, created the environment (SKKL). (4) SKKL as referred to in paragraph (2) is composed of Volunteer Fire Unit (Satlakar) following the provision of facilities and infrastructure of the fire; (5) membership. .....

(5) the membership of the Satlakar referred to in paragraph (3) is made up of community members who have competency in fire prevention and mitigation. (6) further Provisions concerning SKKL and the establishment of units of the volunteer fire, governed more by the Mayor Rules in accordance with the applicable provisions; CHAPTER VIII COACHING and SUPERVISION Article 41 Mayors through the head of Department doing the coaching in the prevention of fire hazards and countermeasures to: a. owners, users, the building manager; b. the owners, users and managers of motor vehicles; c. hazardous materials storage; d. technical reviewer field of fire prevention and mitigation; e. fire protection installation contractors; f. units of Volunteer Fire; g. Building Fire Prevention Management Unit (MKKG); and h. the society. Article 42 (1) the Mayor through the head of Department to conduct surveillance against the means of fire protection, fire department access to the building and in the means of salvation, at the stage of planning, implementation and use of the building. (2) in conducting the surveillance referred to in paragraph (1) the Head Office of coordinating with relevant agencies at the central level and organizational device. (3) If .....

(3) if in performing the supervision referred to in subsection (2), the Agency found discrepancies between the provisions of the technical requirements of the building especially in terms of building capability in preventing and tackling the fire hazard with planning and/or reality in the field, vehicle mounting discrepancies in the APAR as referred to in article 16, the Department can recommend to the mayor or official permission-giver in the form of: a. a written warning; b. delay/refusal of approval of a permit; c. closure of part or all of the buildings are used; and d. the revocation of a permit. CHAPTER IX LEVY Article 43 (1) every person or legal entity who get services and utilize city government assets that are managed by the Department are subject to a levy of the magnitude set by local regulations. (2) service and the utilization of the assets referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. periodic inspection and testing of fire extinguishers, fire prevention and rescue the soul; b. the use of the car or the car pumps fire fighting units; c. the use of a car fire stairs; and d. discharging pump motor/portable pump. BAB. ....

CHAPTER X PROVISIONS SANCTIONS Administrative sanctions in the first part of article 44 Every person or entity who violates the provisions of article 6 paragraph (1), article 7 paragraph (1), article 9 paragraph (1), article 10 paragraph (1), article 11 paragraph (1) of article 12, paragraph (1), article 13 paragraph (1), article 14 paragraph (1), article 15 paragraph (1), article 16 paragraph (1), article 17 paragraph (1) Article 17, paragraph (2), article 19 paragraph (1), article 19 paragraph (4), article 37 paragraph (1), given the administrative sanctions by the mayor or Official Permission-giver in the form of: a. a written warning; b. freezing of permissions; c. revocation; d. closing entirely or partially the use of buildings. The second part of criminal sanctions of article 45 (1) every person or legal entity who violates the provisions referred to in article 6 paragraph (1), article 7 paragraph (1), article 9 paragraph (1), article 10 paragraph (1), article 11 paragraph (1) of article 12, paragraph (1), article 13 paragraph (1), article 14 paragraph (1), article 15 paragraph (1), article 16 paragraph (1), article 17 paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) Article 19, paragraph (1) and paragraph (4), and article 37, paragraph (1) is liable to a criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) months or a maximum fine of Rp 50,000,000 (fifty million rupiah); (2) a criminal offence referred to in subsection (1) is an offence. BAB. ....

CHAPTER XI INVESTIGATION Article 46 (1) of the particular civil servant Officials surroundings the City Government There was authorized as a special investigator referred to in Act No. 8 of the law of criminal procedure to conduct investigation criminal offence as provided for in the regulations in this Area (2) the authority of the investigator as referred to in subsection (1) is: a. receive reports or complaints from a person of a criminal offence; b. action at the time was first on the scene and conducting an examination; c. sent to stop a suspect and examining the self identifier suspects; d. perform the seizure of objects and/or letter; e. taking fingerprints and a photograph of a person; f. calling the people to be heard and examined as a suspect or a witness; g. bring the necessary expert people in connection with the proceeding; h. termination of investigation held after got clues that there was no sufficient evidence or such events does not constitute a criminal offence and thereafter notify the matter to the public prosecutor, the suspect or his family; i. convene another action according to the law which can be accounted for. CHAPTER XII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 47 All regulations regarding the implementation of fire prevention and penangulangan who have been issued by the City Government before the establishment of local regulations is stated remains valid all not contrary to Rule this region. Article.. ...


Article 48 building that existed before the Regulations in this Area are set and do not meet the requirements of an active protection system, owners and/or managers must comply with building Regulations in this Area selambat the latest within 1 (one) year since the Regulation area is set. CHAPTER XIII PROVISIONS of article 49 of the regulation COVER this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the sheet Area Depok. Set in Depok on December 30, 2010 the MAYOR of DEPOK, ttd. H. NUR MAHMUDI Ismā ' īl Enacted at Depok on December 30, 2010 SECRETARY of the REGIONAL city of DEPOK, ttd. ETY SURYAHATI, SE M.Si, NIP. 19631217 198903 2 006 SHEET AREA DEPOK in 2010 number 10