New York’s fire safety codes establish requirements and standards for life safety and property protection in the event of an emergency, both fire and non-fire. The New York City Fire Department (FDNY) issues and routinely reviews fire safety codes. In 2004 the City of New York passed Local Law 26. The law requires that certain classes of buildings develop, maintain, and practice an established emergency action plan. In New York City class B commercial building and class R-1 hotels are required to follow FDNY fire safety codes and are subject to routine inspections.
In April of 2006 the FDNY amended the Fire Code. In the new FDNY fire code, section R404-02m requires an EAP Logbook be bound and maintained onsite for five years.
In July 2010 the FDNY amended Section 404-01-s-1 – 404-01-s- to indicate that a Fire Safety Inspection logbook is required to be maintained at an approved location for the purpose of recordkeeping.
To help New York City commercial buildings and hotels meet FDNY requirements for recordkeeping, Fire Safety Directors is pleased to announce that we now provide two log books to help building management meet FDNY requirements. Each logbook is designed for a calendar year. NYC commercial buildings and hotels are required to obtain new logbooks every year.
The Combined Fire Safety EAP Logbook includes 11 tabs.
The Fire Safety Inspection Logbook contains sections that are broken down into Monthly, Quarterly, Semi Annual, and Annual.
The rear of the book is dedicated to all Standpipe and Sprinkler inspections required by NFPA 25. This area is broken down to Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Semi Annual and Annual sections. Included in this section is the official reference guide from the FDNY.
Existing Fire Safety customers are entitled to a discount code on purchases and should call us at 212-285-2400 for the special discount code. All customers receive bulk pricing incentives, the more you buy the more you save.
To order your FSD and EAP log books and apparel that meet the FDNY requirements please visit http://firesafetydirectors.com/recordkeeping/logbooks/
Or call us today – 212-285-2400 – for further assistance.