Fire Safety Regulations
As a fire safety regulation a provision for the behavior of people within a building or operation in case of fire and for the measures that are to prevent fires is called. Such a rule has the status of a house rule or a general business condition.
Classification according to DIN 14096
The fire safety regulations are divided into three parts:
Part A is aimed at all people who reside in the building operation. This part usually includes no more than one page of A4, is prominently displayed in several places and contains the most important rules of behavior in case of fire.
Part B is primarily aimed at the employees of the company. It contains important rules to prevent fire and smoke spread, to indemnify the escape and rescue routes and other rules that affect the behavior in case of fire. Part B is distributed to all employees in writing.
Part C is aimed at the employees of the company who are responsible for fire protection tasks (occupational health and safety, safety officer, fire warden, fire protection officer, etc.). In this part of this group of people is responsible for the performance of preventive fire protection measures.