The newly formed Technical Committee on Building Fire & Life Safety Directors is charged with the development of national standards relating to facility emergency action plans and criteria for building fire and life safety directors. The committee’s scope is:
“This committee shall have primary responsibility for documents related to the duties, requirements, and competencies required of Building Fire and Life Safety Directors. This committee shall also have primary responsibility for the establishment of minimum requirements for emergency action plans addressing all-hazard emergencies within occupied structures having an occupant load of greater than 500 This committee shall not have responsibility of such qualifications, roles, responsibilities, or emergency action plans within industrial occupancies.
Its first project is to develop a standard that shall establish the duties, requirements, and competencies for building fire and life safety directors related to all-hazard emergencies in structures having occupant load of greater than 500.”
At NFPA’s 2016 Conference & Expo on Tue, Jun 14, 2016 - 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM in Reef E of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV, the committee will hold the following session:
This interactive session will provide an overview of the Committee's thoughts and gather input from attendees regarding the segmentation and the various topic areas to be covered in the new document. This is a must session for everyone who is involved in emergency action plans for buildings with occupancies of more than 500 people. Be sure to save the time and date!
See you there!