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FIRE SAFETY MANUAL Table of contents can be found on the left side of this document.
 

Summary: FIRE SAFETY MANUAL
Table of contents can be found on the left side of this document.
1. INTRODUCTION
The University of Regina strives to preserve life and property by recognizing that a prompt,
efficient response to fire emergencies is reached through proper emergency planning, procedures
and training.
A fire emergency exists whenever there is the presence of smoke or the odour of burning, when
there is an uncontrolled fire or imminent fire hazard in the building or the surrounding area, when
there is a spontaneous or abnormal heating of any material, or when the building fire alarm is
sounding.
LEGISLATION
Section 2.8 of the Saskatchewan Fire Code requires that there be fire emergency procedures for
University of Regina facilities.
Section 360 of the Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety regulations requires employers
to develop and implement a fire safety plan.
POLICY
The development of Fire Safety plans and the requirement of students and staff to follow these
plans are stated in:
Emergency Procedures Policy # 20.105.30
Building Evacuation Policy # 70.70

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics