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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Existing as well as new buildings in Pimpri Chinchwad will have to sign an annual maintenance contract for fire safety

Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation revises fire-safety norms for buildings, existing as well as new

PCMC fire brigade chief Kiran Gawde said the annual maintenance contract will have to be signed with authorized licensing agencies.

“The process of finalizing the licensing agencies is in the final stages. We expect both commercial and residential buildings to sign fire safety contracts with these agencies.

As for norms for 70-metre tall buildings, Gawde said such buildings will have to set up “refuge” rooms where people can take shelter in case of a fire breakout.

“A refuge room will have to be the size of one flat. In 70 metre tall buildings, there should be two refuge rooms,” Gawde said. Read More

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