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1Fire Safety at Princeton University. 20alarm when it senses heat.
Bob Gregory – Fire Marshal Ken Paulaski – 21Manual Pull Stations. Manual Pull
Housing Inspection Manager. stations devices are located on the wall
2Program Overview. Fire Inspection (usually near an exit). They are activated
Program Organizational Mandates Kitchen by pulling on a handle. This sends a
Fire Safety Life Safety Systems Evacuation signal to the building’s fire alarm system
Fires at Princeton University. which in turn places the building into
3Dormitory Fire Safety Inspection alarm.
Program. Fire inspections start this fall 22Notification Appliances. When the fire
and there are four inspections for every detection or suppression system is
dorm per year. If you have any questions activated, this device will activate two
please refer to the Residential Living ways: the device will sound a horn and the
Guide or call 8-3995. strobe light will activate.
http://facilities.princeton.edu/housing/a_ 23Fire Alarm System Interfaces. Magnetic
ndergraduate/res_guide_ugrad_2006.htm#FIRE hold opens keep fire doors open for
20SAFETY%20POLICY. occupants convenience while moving through
4Fire Code Violations the dorms. Upon activation of the fire
http://www.princeton.edu/housing/. The alarm system the doors will close to
following are the most common fire code insure that the stairwells are kept clear
violations: Blocking or obstructing egress of smoke and heat for safe evacuation.
routes. Improper use of electric cords. 24Help Prevent Nuisance Alarms. The
Propping open entry doors. Tampering with following are common causes of nuisance
fire extinguishers. alarms in the dormitories: Aerosol Steam
5Fire Code Violations. Control the Powder DO NOT COVER ANY DETECTOR!
amount of combustible materials in a room. 25How do Sprinklers work? Sprinkler
6Fire Code Violations. Fire head. Water is released and deflected in a
extinguishers are not for holding open spray pattern. As temperature rises the
doors or for water fights. The bulb will shatter.
extinguishers are there for first 26Fire Suppression Systems. Help prevent
responders to use in the event of a fire. false sprinkler activations. Do not hang
7How can you avoid overloaded circuits? items from the sprinkler head.
8Organizational Mandates 27Evacuation Responsibilities? Evacuate!
http://www.princeton.edu/housing/. 28Evacuation Procedures. Take your room
9The following are examples of key Check door for heat before opening
prohibitions: Smoking Use of Open the door slowly.
candles/incense/halogen Lamps Possession 29Evacuation Procedures. Close doors
of fireworks and flammable liquids BBQ behind you Stay low Follow hall to exit
Grills: "Possession of or cooking Remain outside until “All Clear”.
with grills or other portable cookers is 30Evacuation Procedures. If you are
prohibited, except under the guidelines trapped, stay in your room and dial 9-1-1:
established by the Dining Services Cookout Give information Put towels under door
Policy. Any grills discovered on the Hang sheets out the window. For complete
exterior of any building will be procedure - refer to Residential Living
confiscated and disposed of Guide.
immediately." Please see the Housing 31Mandatory Evacuation Drills. State law
web page for full details. requires that the University conduct two
http://facilities.princeton.edu/housing/a_ fire drills per year.
ndergraduate/res_guide_ugrad_2006.htm#FIRE 32Emergency Evacuation. Review your
20SAFETY%20POLICY. college emergency evacuation plan. Review
10Authorized Electrical Appliances the evacuation placard on the back of the
http://www.princeton.edu/housing/. Coffee room doors. Know fire evacuation routes.
Makers: A thermostat and in line fuse. Know exterior designated meeting location
Iced Tea Makers: A thermostat and in line for student accountability.
fuse. Hot Air Popper: A thermostat and in 33Emergency Planning Task Force. The
line fuse. No reservoir for heating following web site provides you with
butter/margarine. Tea Kettle: A thermostat information about emergency preparedness
and in line fuse. Restricted spout and real time information about emergency
opening. Water Coolers: A thermostat and situations at the University:
in line fuse. MicroFrigde All appliances http://web.princeton.edu/sites/emergency/s
must have the final approval of the udent-emergency.htm.
Housing Inspection Manager before they can 34Fires at Princeton University. Fires
be used in Campus Housing. happen at Princeton University. In the
11An Academic Problem Solved: The Spring of 2001 a student lost 95% of the
MicroFridge. The MicroFridge can only be contents in the room as a result of a
rented through the student agencies. fire.
http://www.princetonrentalsagency.com/brow 35Arson Statistics. From 1999-2002 an
e_dept_items.asp. average of 420 fires were intentionally
12Nuisance Alarms. When a nuisance alarm set each year. The average number of fires
occurs (such as unattended cooking), each per year was 2,333. Source: National Fire
occupant of the room in which the alarm Protection Association Fire Loss in the
originated from will receive a warning on U.S. During 2004 Abridged Report and
first offense. USFA's Firefighter Fatalities in the
http://facilities.princeton.edu/housing/nu United States in 2004.
sance_alarms.htm If there is a second 36Arson at Princeton University. The
violation, a $50 fine per occupant will be following are easy targets for
issued to each of the originating room firesetters: Lamp post Bulletin boards
occupants. Upon third offense, a $100 fine Cigarette outposts Trash cans.
per occupant will be issued to each of the 37What is Arson? Title 2C. The New
originating room occupants. A $200 fine Jersey Code of Criminal Justice N.J.S.A.
per occupant will be assessed to each of 2C:17-1 a. Aggravated arson. A person is
the originating room occupants for a guilty of aggravated arson, a crime of the
fourth offense. A fifth offense is subject second degree, if he starts a fire or
to disciplinary action which could include causes an explosion, whether on his own
the confiscation of the appliance and/or property or another's: b. Arson. A person
loss of housing. is guilty of arson, a crime of the third
13Zero Tolerance Policy for degree, if he purposely starts a fire or
Intentionally Activated Alarms. causes an explosion, whether on his own
http://facilities.princeton.edu/housing/d_ property or another's: c. Failure to
nspections/firesafety/zero_tolerance.htm. control or report dangerous fire. A person
14Kitchen Fire Safety. who knows that a fire is endangering life
15Some Statistics. Spring 2005 – or a substantial amount of property of
Princeton University Public Safety another and either fails to take
responded to 128 alarms caused by cooking. reasonable measures to put out or control
Spring 2006 – Princeton University Public the fire, when he can do so without
Safety responded to 67 alarms caused by substantial risk to himself, or to give
cooking. NEVER leave anything cooking on prompt fire alarm, commits a crime of the
your stove or in the microwave unattended. fourth degree if:
This is the most common cause of fires and 38Types of Arsonist. ARSON FOR REVENGE
alarm activations in the dorms. Microwave (41%) - precipitating factor is a real or
ovens: Know the dangers. No metal imagined affront that occurred months or
products; use only approved utensils and years ago; attack is focused on individual
containers. rivals, a business chain, schools, or some
16Help Prevent Kitchen Fires. Minimize facilities connected with offender ARSON
Kitchen Fire Safety hazards — Before you FOR EXCITEMENT (30%) - precipitating
start cooking and when leaving the factor is boredom, (sexual) thrill cycle,
kitchen: Check your stove, and other or need for attention; attack is focused
cooking equipment. Check for and clean up on large or outdoor targets, like parks,
accumulated grease. Remove combustibles construction sites, arenas, as well as
from near hot surfaces. Do not reheat residential areas ARSON FOR VANDALISM (7%)
pizza in the box! Read the directions - precipitating factor is family
before you microwave!!! disturbance or peer pressure; attack if
17Life Safety Systems. Carbon Monoxide usually focused on educational facility as
detection Fire alarms Sprinkler systems. well as residences and outdoors ARSON FOR
18Carbon Monoxide Kills 1 At Va. PROFIT (5%) ARSON FOR CRIME CONCEALMENT
College. (7/14/06 - SALEM, VA) - Carbon (17%).
monoxide leaked into a Roanoke College 39Arson Prevention. What can I do if I
dormitory early Friday, sickening more suspect someone or witness someone setting
than 100 teens and adults attending summer a fire? Call Public Safety for additional
programs. One man was found dead. information 258-1000 or 911 .
http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/story?section= 40Information. Bob Gregory - University
ation_world&id=4367478. Fire Marshal Public Safety Department –
19Carbon Monoxide Detectors. Butler – 200 Elm Drive x 8-6805 Rgg@princeton.edu
1915, Lourie Love Forbes – Main, Addition, Ken Paulaski - Fire Safety Inspection
99 Alexander Road 1901/Laughlin. Manager Housing Office – Wilcox Hall x
20Two types of Fire Detection in the 8-3995 Kenpaul@princeton.edu Housing
Dormitories. Smoke Detector Ionization Office Web Site
Photoelectric The detector will alarm when :www.princeton.edu/housing/ Public Safety
it senses smoke. Heat Detectors Fixed Web Sitehttp:
Temperature Rate-of-Rise The detector will //web.princeton.edu/sites/publicsafety/.
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