404.6.4 Emergency Director
Owner(s) and operator(s) of hotels, motels, lodging houses, high-rise office buildings, and Group I, Division 1 and 2 occupancies as defined in the California Building Code (except honor farms and conservation camps) shall appoint a Fire Safety Director, who shall:
- Report to owner(s) or operator(s).
- Coordinate fire safety activities of the facility with the authority having jurisdiction.
- Conduct, or cause to be conducted, all training as described in Sections 404.6.5 through 404.6.5.3 for all building employees and maintain records of dates, subjects, and attendance of each training session.
- 4.1. Fire department emergency telephone number 911.
- 4.2. Other emergency response telephone numbers.
- 4.3. Evacuation or relocation plan for the building occupants.
- 4.4. Duties of the Fire Safety Director and other designated emergency personnel.
- 4.5. Building employee responsibilities in case of emergency, including individual assignment and reporting responsibilities.
- 4.6. Procedures to identify and assist the nonambulatory and physically disabled.
- 5.1. Hotels, motels, and lodging houses shall comply with subsection (b)(3);
- 5.2. Owner(s) or operator(s) of high-rise office buildings shall maintain a list of all permanent building tenants who have disabilities. Building owner(s) or operator(s) shall be notified in writing by those who have disabilities. Information provided in the list shall include any special emergency evacuation needs and permanent work location of such physically disabled persons. The list shall be located in the building manager's office;
- 5.3 Group I, Division 1 and 2 occupancies as defined in the California Building Code (except honor farms and conservation camps) shall comply with normal hospital policies of assisting patients and guests during an emergency evacuation.