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About the necessity of realization of process of preventive rescue of people during the fire in a unique high-rise buildings

Journal: Pozharovzryvobezopastnost/Fire and Explosion Safety (Vol.26, No. 8)

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Page : 25-30

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Abstract

At the moment the domestic regulatory base, unlike other countries, not fully considers ways of independent rescue of people at the fire before arrival of fire divisions with use of the special protected mechanical means of inland transport from high-rise buildings. Numerous researches in this respect, the conducted settlement justifications, but also, the decisions on use of the special protected mechanical means of inland transport realized abroad from high-rise buildings, prove need of the account and realization of this action and for domestic normative documents and standard legal acts in relation to high-rise buildings. At the same time it should be noted especially the fact that use of elevators for transportation of fire divisions for the organization of independent rescue or rescue by forces of firefighters of divisions, doesn't cancel need of the device of ways of evacuation and the emergency exits meeting the requirements of technical regulations and the corresponding sets of rules at all. Realization of the principle of independent rescue of people at the fire allows to reduce time of carrying out evacuation of people and a wrecking by fire divisions that can be proved by the calculations which are carried out on the certified or approved different ways techniques. Lag of development of provisions of the Federal Law No. 123 and the standard legal acts of the Russian Federation regulating questions of ensuring fire safety of subjects to protection from the level of technical development and requirements of construction branch is available.

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