17 min

47. A Tragic Bronx Fire and Fire Safety Preparedness NYC Real Estate

    • Education

Host Mark Levine of Property Management firm EBMG talks about the tragic fire over the last weekend that killed at least 19 residents along with requirements from ownership's perspective to give out Fire Safety information, signage and more, to reduce the risk of an occurrence like this from happening again. 

Email the show! nycrealestatepodcast@gmail.com or call Mark directly at 212-335-2723 x.201

On this episode, Mark goes over:

- Emergency Preparedness Guides, https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/fdny/downloads/pdf/codes/nyc-apartment-building-emergency-guide.pdf 

- Space Heater Best Practices, https://nyfiresafe.com/app/uploads/2022/01/Space-Heaters-Safety-Precautions.pdf

- Fire Safety Plan - Part 1, http://www.nyc.gov/html/fdny/pdf/rcny/rcny_form_fire_safety_plan_bldg_info_section.pdf 

- Fire Safety Plan - Part 2, http://www.nyc.gov/html/fdny/pdf/rcny/rcny_fire_safety_plan_2_emerg_info_sect.pdf 

- Heating Requirements in NYC: The Department of Housing Preservation and Development today announces the start of New York City’s “heat season,” during which all residential building owners are required to maintain indoor temperatures at 68 degrees when outdoor temperatures fall below 55 degrees during the day. Indoor temperatures must also be a minimum of 62 degrees overnight, regardless of outdoor temperatures. Building owners are legally required to provide hot water at 120 degrees year-round.

- Close the Door Notice: https://nyfiresafe.com/app/uploads/2022/01/Close-Door-Notice.pdf

- Combustible Building Fire Notice, https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/fdny/downloads/pdf/codes/combustible-non-fireproof-building.pdf

- Non-Combustible Building Fire Notice, http://www.nyc.gov/html/fdny/pdf/rcny/rcny_form_fire_safety_notice_non_combustible.pdf 

- Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

- and more.

Host Mark Levine of Property Management firm EBMG talks about the tragic fire over the last weekend that killed at least 19 residents along with requirements from ownership's perspective to give out Fire Safety information, signage and more, to reduce the risk of an occurrence like this from happening again. 

Email the show! nycrealestatepodcast@gmail.com or call Mark directly at 212-335-2723 x.201

On this episode, Mark goes over:

- Emergency Preparedness Guides, https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/fdny/downloads/pdf/codes/nyc-apartment-building-emergency-guide.pdf 

- Space Heater Best Practices, https://nyfiresafe.com/app/uploads/2022/01/Space-Heaters-Safety-Precautions.pdf

- Fire Safety Plan - Part 1, http://www.nyc.gov/html/fdny/pdf/rcny/rcny_form_fire_safety_plan_bldg_info_section.pdf 

- Fire Safety Plan - Part 2, http://www.nyc.gov/html/fdny/pdf/rcny/rcny_fire_safety_plan_2_emerg_info_sect.pdf 

- Heating Requirements in NYC: The Department of Housing Preservation and Development today announces the start of New York City’s “heat season,” during which all residential building owners are required to maintain indoor temperatures at 68 degrees when outdoor temperatures fall below 55 degrees during the day. Indoor temperatures must also be a minimum of 62 degrees overnight, regardless of outdoor temperatures. Building owners are legally required to provide hot water at 120 degrees year-round.

- Close the Door Notice: https://nyfiresafe.com/app/uploads/2022/01/Close-Door-Notice.pdf

- Combustible Building Fire Notice, https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/fdny/downloads/pdf/codes/combustible-non-fireproof-building.pdf

- Non-Combustible Building Fire Notice, http://www.nyc.gov/html/fdny/pdf/rcny/rcny_form_fire_safety_notice_non_combustible.pdf 

- Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

- and more.

17 min

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