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Dormitory Fire Safety at Princeton University
Dormitory Fire Safety at Princeton University
Fire Statistics Annual Averages at Colleges and Universities
Fire Statistics Annual Averages at Colleges and Universities
The Primary Cause of Fire
The Primary Cause of Fire
Seton Hall - January 19, 2000
Seton Hall - January 19, 2000
Fire Source
Fire Source
Dorm Fires at Princeton University
Dorm Fires at Princeton University
Fire Prevention
Fire Prevention
Control Sources of Ignition
Control Sources of Ignition
Kitchen Fire Safety
Kitchen Fire Safety
Help Prevent Kitchen Fires
Help Prevent Kitchen Fires
Fire Detection & Alarms
Fire Detection & Alarms
Help Prevent Nuisance Fire Alarms
Help Prevent Nuisance Fire Alarms
Fire Control
Fire Control
Sprinkler Systems
Sprinkler Systems
Evacuation
Evacuation
Evacuation Procedures
Evacuation Procedures
Evacuation Procedures
Evacuation Procedures
Evacuation Procedures
Evacuation Procedures
Mandatory Evacuation Drills
Mandatory Evacuation Drills
Fire Safety Policies http://www
Fire Safety Policies http://www
Authorized Heat Producing Electrical Appliances
Authorized Heat Producing Electrical Appliances
Policy Changes
Policy Changes
Carbon Monoxide
Carbon Monoxide
Fire Safety Violations http://facilities
Fire Safety Violations http://facilities
The following are sanctions that can result from non compliance:
The following are sanctions that can result from non compliance:
Fine Schedule
Fine Schedule
Fine Schedule
Fine Schedule
Dormitory Fire Safety Inspection Program
Dormitory Fire Safety Inspection Program
Things to Remember
Things to Remember
More Information
More Information

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1 Dormitory Fire Safety at Princeton University

Dormitory Fire Safety at Princeton University

Bob Gregory - Fire Marshal Ken Paulaski - Housing Inspection Manager

2 Fire Statistics Annual Averages at Colleges and Universities

Fire Statistics Annual Averages at Colleges and Universities

(1994-1998)

2,140 structural fires 3 deaths 102 injuries Most occurred during early morning hours

3 The Primary Cause of Fire

The Primary Cause of Fire

at Princeton University was unattended candles. As a result candles are banned from Dormitories. The University candle ban is a total ban in all undergraduate housing. Candles do not have to show signs of use and/or be out of manufacture’s wrapping. All candles will be confiscated and immediately disposed.

4 Seton Hall - January 19, 2000

Seton Hall - January 19, 2000

It only took 17 minutes for the fire to cause the following consequences 3 fatalities 58 injuries 12 hospitalizations four with serious burns several from jumping out 3rd floor windows

5 Fire Source

Fire Source

The source of the Seton Hall fire was three upholstered couches in third floor lounge which caused Intense heat and smoke.

6 Dorm Fires at Princeton University

Dorm Fires at Princeton University

Fires happen at Princeton University. In the Spring of 2001 a student lost 95% of the contents in the room as a result of a fire.

7 Fire Prevention

Fire Prevention

Things you can do to control the amount of combustible material (fuel) in your room:

Use only University approved furniture Minimize the use of draperies, curtains and other free-hanging decorations Remove newspapers, trash and recycling materials on a consistent bases.

8 Control Sources of Ignition

Control Sources of Ignition

Do not overload electric circuits and make sure extension cords are used properly.

9 Kitchen Fire Safety

Kitchen Fire Safety

2002/2003 – Princeton University Public Safety responded to 141 alarms caused by cooking. NEVER: leave anything cooking on your stove unattended. Place metal products in the microwave. Reheat pizza in the box!

10 Help Prevent Kitchen Fires

Help Prevent Kitchen Fires

Minimize Kitchen Fire Safety Hazards — Before you start cooking and when leaving the kitchen: Check your stove, and other cooking equipment. Check for and clean up accumulated grease remove combustibles from or near hot surfaces. Keep long hair up and confined. Avoid use of flammable hair spray and loose fitting clothing.

11 Fire Detection & Alarms

Fire Detection & Alarms

When a room smoke detector is activated it will alert the room only. A common area detector will activate a general building alarm. In both cases Public Safety is immediately notified of the alarm activation. When a pull station is activated Public Safety is notified and the building general alarm is activated.

12 Help Prevent Nuisance Fire Alarms

Help Prevent Nuisance Fire Alarms

Aerosol Steam Tobacco smoke Incense DO NOT COVER ANY DETECTOR!

13 Fire Control

Fire Control

Fire extinguishers are not to hold open doors or for water fights. The extinguishers are there for first responders to use in the event of a fire.

14 Sprinkler Systems

Sprinkler Systems

If your dormitory has a sprinkler system please keep the sprinkler heads clear from any type of obstruction. Keep stored materials at least 18” from the sprinkler head. Do not hang any items from the sprinkler head. In the event of a sprinkler activation a general alarm will sound.

15 Evacuation

Evacuation

React promptly to all alarms - Get Out!

Know at least two evacuation routes from your room

16 Evacuation Procedures

Evacuation Procedures

Take your room key Check door before opening Open the door slowly

17 Evacuation Procedures

Evacuation Procedures

Close doors behind you Stay low Follow hall to exit Remain outside until “All Clear”

18 Evacuation Procedures

Evacuation Procedures

If you are trapped, stay in your room and dial 9-1-1:

Give information Put towels under door Hang sheet

For complete procedure - refer to Residential Living Guide.

19 Mandatory Evacuation Drills

Mandatory Evacuation Drills

State law requires that the University conduct two fire drills per year.

20 Fire Safety Policies http://www

Fire Safety Policies http://www

princeton.edu/housing/

The following are some examples of prohibitions: torchiere halogen lamps flammable holiday decorations (e.g., live trees & wreaths) Candles, fireworks or flammable liquids if found all occupants receive a fine and the materials are confiscated and disposed. Please see the Housing web page for full details.

21 Authorized Heat Producing Electrical Appliances

Authorized Heat Producing Electrical Appliances

Coffee Makers: A thermostat and in line fuse. Iced Tea Makers: A thermostat and in line fuse. Hot Air Popper: A thermostat and in line fuse. No reservoir for heating butter/margarine. Tea Kettle: A thermostat and in line fuse. Restricted spout opening.

22 Policy Changes

Policy Changes

Room entry doors – wedged/propped = automatic fine. Candles – automatic fine (Candles are banned). Refrigerator/Freezer – Only ONE per occupant. Evacuation Placards on back of the doors. Fines – Charged per occupant NOT divided amongst roommates. No removal of screens or doors from rooms. Room entry doors will be locked by all University personnel when leaving rooms.

23 Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide

Butler – 1915, Lourie Love Forbes – Main, Addition, 99 Alexander Road Wilson - Wilcox

24 Fire Safety Violations http://facilities

Fire Safety Violations http://facilities

princeton.edu/housing/

The following are the most common fire safety violations: Candles! Improper use of electric cords. Entry doors propped open. Tampering with fire extinguishers. Blocking or obstructing egress routes.

25 The following are sanctions that can result from non compliance:

The following are sanctions that can result from non compliance:

Fines -- Will Cost You $$

Disciplinary Measures -- Can Affect Your University Status Criminal Prosecution Refer to RLG for Penalty Specifics

26 Fine Schedule

Fine Schedule

Unlit Candles: 1st offense $50 fine per occupant & disciplinary action by Dean's office. 2nd offense $100 fine per occupant & disciplinary action by Dean's office.

27 Fine Schedule

Fine Schedule

Lit Candles: 1st offense - $100 fine per occupant along with discipline by Dean and any damages to room or structure. 2ndoffense - $200 fine per occupant along with discipline by Dean and any damages to room or structure.

28 Dormitory Fire Safety Inspection Program

Dormitory Fire Safety Inspection Program

Fire inspections start this fall and there are four inspections for every dorm per year. If you have any questions please refer to the Residential Living Guide or call 8-3995.

29 Things to Remember

Things to Remember

Review the policy changes. It only takes minutes for fire to spread. The toxic smoke is what causes injury and death. So when the alarm sounds get out and stay out.

30 More Information

More Information

Bob Gregory - Fire Marshal Public Safety Department - Stanhope Hall x 8-6805 rgg@princeton.edu Ken Paulaski - Housing Inspection Manager Housing Office - MacMillan Building x 8-3995 kenpaul@princeton.edu Housing Office Web Site – http://facilities.princeton.edu/housing/ Public Safety Web Site http: //web.princeton.edu/sites/publicsafety/

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