Assisting HFD With High-rise Building Survey

Assisting HFD With High-rise Building Survey The high-rise survey is one of the most crucial pieces of the puzzle that Building Management, Building Engineers, Fire Safety Directors, and or General Contractors can fill out to assist the Houston Fire Department in preparing for an emergency. This beneficial information helps fire suppression crews see the whole …

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The Fire Command Center

Fire Command Center The Fire Command Center also known as the Fire Command Room, Central Control Station or Emergency Control Center is the epicenter for Incident Command during an emergency within a high-rise building. The fire code defines the Fire Command Center as “The principal attended or unattended location where the status of detection, alarm …

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Partial Occupancy of High-rise Buildings

The City of Houston is continuing to grow, and more high-rise buildings are being added to the skyline yearly. To make sure new high-rise buildings meet fire code requirements and allow for effective emergency response, we have put together a prerequisite checklist for partial occupancy of high-rise buildings. If you have a high-rise building and …

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