Standard operating procedures for management of fi

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Standard operating procedures for fire equipment management

1.0 purpose

standardize the management of fire equipment to ensure that the performance of fire equipment is intact, complete and easy to use

2.0 scope of application

it is applicable to the management of all kinds of fire-fighting equipment in the property area

3.0 responsibilities

3.1 the fire management center is responsible for the supervision and inspection of fire equipment management

3.2 the fire management center is specifically responsible for the management of fire-fighting equipment

4.0 key points of the procedure

4.1 registration and warehousing

4.1.1 fire fighting equipment returned from purchase shall be inspected first. Inspect whether the performance, specification, quantity, date of use, scope of use, etc. of the equipment comply with the relevant standards of the public security and fire bureau, and verify whether the quantity and purpose are consistent with the data on the purchase order. Any equipment that does not meet the standards is found; Legal return purchase

4.1.2 register the fire-fighting equipment that meets the standard

4.2 receiving and returning

4.2.1 the temporarily received fire-fighting equipment can only be taken out after being registered and confirmed by the team leader of the fire management center, and it can be returned in time after being used up

4.2.2 the training equipment used at ordinary times shall be taken out by the team leader of the fire management center. After training, they will be returned to the warehouse for safekeeping

4.2.3 the fire-fighting equipment configured in each fire control center must be signed and confirmed by the firefighter on duty, and the shift registration and handover must be carried out

4.2.4 the fire-fighting equipment configured in various departments, public entertainment places, electric rooms, community buildings, and community security officer booths shall be signed and confirmed by the fire management center and the person in charge of the configured place, and the person in charge of the configured place shall supervise the custody of the Department staff, and the fire management center shall inspect it regularly

4.2.5 when the mechanical and electrical maintenance department, landscaping department or other departments need to borrow fire-fighting equipment, they must obtain the consent of the subjective manager, lend the dilapidated and repaired equipment to the other party for use, wash and dry the equipment when returning, and store it in the warehouse after being signed by the monitor of the fire management center. The monitor fills in the "fire-fighting equipment borrowing registration form"

4.3 use and maintenance

4.3.1 combat clothing, helmets, combat boots:

a) combat clothing, combat boots and helmets can only be used for training and fire fighting

b) combat clothing should be washed clean, folded and placed on the shelf after drying

c) do not drag or seat the helmet, and apply for replacement when the helmet shell is damaged

d) combat boots cannot be used as toilet boots

e) the combat clothing, combat boots, helmets and safety belts should be placed uniformly according to the essentials of equipment preparation during the dress training, so as to facilitate the use of rapid alarm response

4.3.2 hose and water gun:

a) hose (including interface) and water gun should be reasonably configured in the fire hydrant (box) on the floor of the community building and in the safety officer booths of the community

b) water hoses and water guns are only used for fire water supply and peacetime training

c) the hose should be kept clean and tidy after use. After cleaning and drying, it should be rolled on the shelf (sentry box or fire box)

d) when the hose interfaces are connected with each other, they should be flexible and moderately tight to ensure their tightness, and the connection should be reliable. They cannot be disengaged automatically when pressurized

e) when the water hose (water gun) is used for training at ordinary times, the rewinding water hose should be handled with care to prevent the water hose interface and water gun from being damaged by vibration and swing

f) pay attention to moisture-proof, shockproof, corrosion-proof, mildew proof, decay, damage and rust. Water hoses and water guns should be placed in a ventilated and dry place

4.3.3 safety ropes, safety belts, safety hooks, and high-altitude buffers:

a) when using, you should first test the electrostatic load of the safety rope, check its firmness, and confirm that there is no fracture before using

b) when using the safety hook, first check whether the action of each part is flexible and can be quantitatively analyzed. During the period of quantitative analysis, use 4500 Newton working tension for weight-bearing test, and stop using if problems are found

c) the safety belt should be upright and clean, and the movable parts such as half ring and large buckle should rotate flexibly. In case of damage, burns, deterioration, wear and deformation, it cannot be used for high-altitude operation

d) the high-altitude descent device should be regularly tested for tension. Keep the rope clean and free of corrosion and wear

e) at ordinary times, it should be brushed clean, cool and dry, and then placed on the shelf

4.3.4 fire axe and fire waist Axe:

a) fire axe and fire waist axe are used for fire damage

b) pay attention to the maintenance of the fire axe to prevent rust and moisture, and store it on the shelf

c) when the fire waist axe is deformed, cracked or the rubber handle sleeve is damaged, it should be stopped using

4.3.5 fire fighting, interphone, patrol bike:

a) fire fighting can only be used as a fire alarm, not for private use. It should be wiped frequently to prevent dust, dirt and line damage. Generally speaking time in the office should not exceed 5 minutes

b) the walkie talkie shall be implemented in accordance with the relevant points of the standard operating procedures for the management of police equipment for safety officers

c) the work clothes shall be kept and distributed by the monitor of the fire management center

d) patrol bicycles should be protected from rain and sunlight, and should be wiped frequently to keep them clean and bright. Bicycles can only be used for fire inspection, and cannot be driven out of the community or lent to others

4.3.6 climbing two section ladder (6 Mira ladder):

a) two section ladder is used for floor climbing, rescue and water hose laying due to particle size reduction

b) the second section of the ladder should be checked during use:

-- whether the bolts, pulleys, hooks and connections of various parts of the ladder are loose

-- whether the ladder, side plate and other bamboo and wood parts are broken or damaged

-- check whether the pull rope is broken or damaged. If any problem is found, replace the parts or repair it in time

c) the two section ladder should be placed in a dry and ventilated place to prevent the ladder body from deformation and bending

4.3.7 outdoor fire hydrants:

a) outdoor fire hydrants are pipe systems connected to municipal water supply, which should be tested one by one every month

b) remove the sundries around the end of the valve plug opening and closing rod, put the special wrench for fire fighting on the rod head, check whether it is appropriate, turn the opening and closing rod, and fill with lubricating oil

c) wipe the rust stains on the water outlet thread with an oil sand head, and check whether the inner rubber gasket of the blind cover is intact

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