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Guidelines for fire protection
Guidelines for fire protection
This is a guideline that describes responsibilities, roles and tasks for fire protection at NTNU.
The purpose of the guideline is to secure NTNU against fire and fire outbreaks, and through this ensure the safety of people and minimize the loss of material assets.
The guidelines must describe how fire protection at NTNU is organised, carried out and documented in a way that meets authority requirements and internal rules. The guidelines shall facilitate active cooperation between the various actors in the fire protection work at NTNU.
Scope and Anchoring
The guideline is subordinate to the HSE policy, and applies to all employees, students and other users of buildings and all units at NTNU.
Line manager: Manager with personnel responsibility at NTNU's units (rector, vice-rectors, vice-rectors, directors, department directors, deans, museum director and department heads).
Employees, students and other users of NTNU's premises
Must become familiar with and follow NTNU's guidelines given in this guideline and associated pages: Fire protection and general fire prevention
NTNU Real Estate Department
In construction projects where NTNU is the owner, has responsibility for:
- know the requirements and establish routines that ensure that the requirements for fire safety that apply to the building are complied with
- have knowledge of and establish routines to uncover, rectify and prevent defects in building components, installations and equipment that are to detect fire or limit the consequences of fire
- familiarize the person who has the right to use the building with the requirements that apply to the use of the building, and with all the characteristics of the building that are important for fire safety. If there are several people who have the right to use the building, the owner must ensure that all use is coordinated in a way that helps prevent fire
- ensure that building parts, installations and equipment in the building that are to detect fire or limit the consequences of fire are checked and maintained so that they function as intended
- upgrade the safety level in the building so that it at least corresponds to the level resulting from the overall requirements given in regulations or later building regulations. The upgrade can take place through building engineering measures, other risk-reducing measures or a combination of these. The obligation to upgrade applies as far as it can be carried out within a practical and financially sound framework
- have routines for uncovering, correcting and preventing deficiencies in the above points in the systematic safety work
See also the evacuation manager's fire protection tasks.
As a user of the building, the line manager is responsible for:
- use the building in accordance with the fire safety requirements that apply to the building
- use areas in accordance with NTNU's ordinary rules for the use of areas
- avoid unnecessary risk of fire, and ensure that the escape routes maintain their function, including that accessibility is not reduced
- inform the owner of changes, disrepair and damage to the building or safety devices that may affect safety against fire
- immediately carry out extraordinary measures in the event of conditions that significantly reduce fire safety, until the risk is normalised
- have routines for uncovering, correcting and preventing deficiencies in the systematic safety work at the unit
See also Line manager's fire protection tasks and Area manager's fire protection tasks.
Section for HSE and preparedness
Has overall system responsibility for the fire safety area and must provide support to NTNU's management and units. The system responsible for fire protection can contribute with technical and professional advisory expertise. The system administrator is responsible for:
- have routines to uncover, correct and prevent deficiencies in the systematic security work at NTNU.
Roles and tasks
See Area manager's fire protection tasks.
The area manager is designated by the line manager and is responsible for an assigned area.
See Line manager's fire protection tasks.
The line manager can delegate fire protection tasks to the unit's employees. Such delegation must be in writing and made known to the unit's employees.
See Evacuation manager's fire protection tasks.
The evacuation officer represents the NTNU Property Department in the building.
- The team managers at the NTNU Real Estate Department are responsible for evacuation in Trondheim
- The evacuation manager in Gjøvik is the Operations Manager at the Section for Property and Operations in Gjøvik
- The person responsible for evacuation in Ålesund is the Area Manager at the Section for Property and Operations in Ålesund
About the guideline
|Type of document||Guideline|
|Managed by||Section for HSE and emergency preparedness|
|Approved by||HSE-manager 08.09.2022|
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