FIRE EMERGENCY PLAN according to the draft standard paragraph 24:203.

002-004 ABN T (September 2000) Contents Foreword Introduction 1. Goal 2. Normative Reference s 3. Definitions 4. General Conditions 5. Control of the emergency plan against a fire Objective 1.1 Establish minimum conditions for the preparation of a Fire Emergency Plan, to protect life and property, as well as reduce the social conse quences of the loss and damage to the environment. 1.2 Applicable to any buildin g. 2 Normative references The standards listed below contain provisions which, thro ugh reference in this text, constitute provisions to be better described. The is sues listed are in force at the time of publication. All standards are subject t o revision, and if those who carry out agreements based on this to verify the ap propriateness of using the most recent editions of the standards listed below. â ¢ NBR 14.276/99 Program Fire Brigade â ¢ Ministerial Decree (MTb) 3.214/78 - NR-23 3 Definitions apply the following settings: 3.1 Emergency Claim or imminent dang er requiring immediate action. 3.2 Fire Emergency Plan: Plan established dependi ng on the risks of the business to define the best use of resources and manpower in emergency situations. 3.3 Risks: Possible human or material loss. 3.4 immine nt risk: risk with threat to occur soon and that requires immediate action. 03.0 5 sinister: Occurrence of injury or damage caused by fire or accident in any goo d. 3.6 qualified professional: Professional trained in Occupational Safety, and duly registered with the competent advice. 4 Conditions The fire emergency plan shall be prepared by professional staff. 4.1 Resources The building materials sh ould be in accordance with the official standard techniques and legislation in e ach state. 4.2 Human Resources Emergency procedures in case of fire shall be executed by a professional security work, for professional firefighter calendar component by t he fire brigade, for personal property security and / or by personnel from the a rea of maintenance, as defined in Fire Emergency Plan of the building. 4.3 Proce dures The fire emergency procedures described in 4.3.1 to 4.3.9 are related in a logical sequence in order to be executed by at least one person. 4.3.1 Identifi ed Alert an emergency, anyone can alert through the media available, the occupan ts, the fire crew, firefighters and civilian professionals outside support, incl uding the Fire Department. 4.3.2 Situation Analysis After the alert, the situati on should be examined from the beginning until the end of the claim and initiate the necessary procedures, which can be prioritized or performed simultaneously, according to the material and human resources available in site. 4.3.3 First Aid Provide first aid for possible victims, maintaining or restoring their vital functions with BLS (basic life support) and CPR (cardiopulmonary re suscitation) until they get the specialized help. 4.3.4 Cut Power Cut, when poss ible or necessary, the electric power equipment, or general area. 4.3.5 Abandonm ent Area: Proceed to the abandonment of the area or part when needed, as pre-est ablished communication, removing to a safe place, staying until the final resolu tion. 4.3.6 Isolation of Area Isolating physically devastated the area, to ensur e the emergency response and prevent unauthorized people step into the place. 4. 3.7 Confinement Claim confine the claim to prevent its spread and consequences. 4.3.8 Combat Carry the fight, when possible, until the extinction of the acciden t, restoring normality. 4.3.9 Research Raising the possible causes of the accide nt and its consequences and issue a report, in order to propose preventive and c orrective measures to avoid a repeat occurrence. Note: For a better understandin g of emergency procedures in case of fire, one should consult the flowchart in A nnex A. 5 Control of the fire emergency plan should be held with the coordinator of the Brigade, the person (s) chiefs (s) of the Brigade, the leader (s) firefighter (s ) professional (s) calendar (s) and a representative of the support group, regis tered in the record and sent to the areas responsible for the relevant measures. 5.1 Ordinary Meeting (monthly) The regular meeting should be discussed the foll

owing items: - - - - - functions of each person within the fire emergency plan; €conditions for use of fire fighting equipment, presentation of problems related to fire prevention, found in the inspections, which are made for corrective pro posals; update of techniques and tactics of firefighting, and other matters of i nterest. 5.2 Special Meeting Special meetings shall be held when: - - - - - after a simul ated exercise, an accident occurs, is identified a situation of imminent danger, there is a significant change in industrial processes or services, and there is the prediction of execution services that may generate some risk. 5.3 Simulated exercises should be conducted simulated exercises partial and comp lete the establishment or workplace with the participation of the entire populat ion within a maximum period of 03 (three) months to simulate partial and 06 (six ) months to complete simulated. Immediately after the tour, should be held a spe cial meeting for review and correction of faults occurred. Must be prepared in m inutes stating: - - - - - - - - - - - Date and time of event, time spent in the abandonment, time spent in return, time spent in care, first aid, operation of t he professionals involved; behavior population, participation of the Fire Depart ment and spent time for his arrival outside help (MAP - Mutual Assistance Plan), equipment failures, operational failures, and other issues raised at the meetin g. 5.4 Review of the plan The fire emergency plan should be reviewed by a qualified professional when: - - - there is a significant change in industrial processes or services, when you found the possibility of improving the plan, and complete twelve (12) months its last revision. Note: no significant change in industrial processes or services can be made with out the qualified professional who prepared the emergency plan in case of fire i s consulted and authorizes its amendment in writing. 5.5 Audit Plan Should be performed on internal or external audit of the plan every 12 (twelve) months, preferably before the revision of the plan in order to evaluate and cert ify that the plan is being executed in accordance ANNEX A (normative) Flow chart of procedures for emergency fire Initiation ALERT Analysis of the situation. not There is an emergency? Procedures necessary yes. There are no victims? There is no fire? yeah yeah There is a need to cut the power? There is no need to abandon the area ? CUTTING ENERGY yes Need assistance?

not Yes FIRST AID yes ABANDONMENT AREA DE There is no need for removal? There is no need for isolation area? yes ISOLATION OF AREA yes There is no need for containment of the area? not Specialized help yes CONFINEMENT AREA There is need to fight? yes FIRE FIGHTING not The incident was managed? not yes RESEARCH Copy sectors responsible for preparation of report Copy to file End Note: In any emergency, always prioritize care for victims. ANNEX B (normative) model of fire emergency plan DESCRIPTION OF BUILDING - - - N ame: Address: Occupation: Population Fix: 600 Floating Population: 1,000 Size: S afety Equipment: Fire Brigade: Civil Professional Firefighters: Risks in potenti al: primary booth and electric boiler located on the 1st basement, helipad on th e roof and x-ray equipment in clusters 37, 73 and 103. Means of foreign aid: Fir e Station 4 km from center (phone 193) and Fire Brigade Condominium Carioca (pho ne 9999-9999). Motor-Generator: Each existing underground in a fireproof room, a utomatic type-diesel, with autonomy for six hours. Feeds the following systems i n case of power failure of the concessionaire: emergency lighting, blowers stair , fire pumps and discharge gate and vehicles. - - - - - - EMERGENCY PROCEDURES The following procedures are related in a logical order, an

d should be implemented as a priority and staff available to care for victims. 1. PRIMARY ANALYSIS: Whenever there is suspicion of a principle of fire (heat, s mell, smoke or other means), it should be investigated. It should never be underestima ted suspicion. 2. ALARM: When detected a principle of real fire, must be triggered the fire ala rm manual that has a break-glass type buttonhole on each floor by the door of the e mergency exit. 3. SECONDARY ANALYSIS: After identifying the victim to walk (at the central pane l), the alarm should be muted and the Civil Professional Firefighters on duty, you should go t o the site for analysis of emergency. 4. CUTTING ENERGY: If necessary, should be arranged to cut the power (partial or total). The general court shall be execut ed by the staff of Maintenance, which should be available to the Chief of Brigad e. 5. FIRE STATION: A brigade will operate the Fire Department provide the follo wing information: - - - - - name and phone number used; address Condominium (com plete), reference points (corner of Rua da Paz), the characteristics of fire , q uantity and condition of any victims, and when the existence of serious victim a nd the fire is controlled, should be informed of the existence of the helipad on the roof for possible rescue by helicopter. 6. ABANDONMENT: If you need to leave the building, should the alarm be triggered again fire that starts the widespread neglect. The occupants of the floor injured, who should already be aware of the emergency, should be the first to fall in line a nd without turmoil, after the first ring, with a brigade head of the queue and a nother ending the same. All other occupants each floor should, after first sounding the alarm, group together in the lobby e levators, arranged in a line directed toward the emergency exit door should be k ept open longer. After the second ring of the alarm, the floors will begin the d escent, giving preference to other queues, when crossed with the same (as in a t raffic roundabout) until discharge (ground floor), where he will move to the sid ewalk and give back to the block, positioning itself as arrival. At this time, a brigade will call to verify absences for further investigation and report immed iately, the position of walking on the sidewalk and the other amendments to the Head of the Brigade. 7. FIRST AID: Should be rendered first aid to any victims a s specific training given to Brigaders. 8. COMBAT: The other Brigaders start, as necessary and / or possible, the fire fighting under command of the Professiona l Firefighters Civil and may be aided by other occupants of the floor. The fire fighting should be done as specific training given to Brigaders. 9. GUIDANCE: Th e same brigadista that triggered the fire department, preferably, should guide t hem when on arrival and present them to the Head of the Brigade. 10. REPORT: Aft er you complete control of the emergency and return to normalcy, including the r elease of the Condominium authorities, the head of the brigade should prepare a written report on the accident and the actions of containment, for appropriate a ction and / or research , official or otherwise. (FOR DISCUSSION AND INSERTING IN STANDARD) 1 Resources Materials Design, install and maintain equipment and devices in acco rdance with technical standards and legislation, such as hydrant system, fire ex tinguishers, fire detection and fire alarm, emergency exits, emergency lighting, signage, etc. . 2 Human Resources Hiring firefighters needed (if required), sel

ect and train the brigade, both according to their respective technical standard s, organizing, along with support groups (maintenance, property security, etc.), an organization chart, where each element and / or group will have its specifie d function and / or area of expertise. This tool should be available to all occu pants of the building, totally or partially. 3 Procedures Develop a roadmap of s pecific procedures for building the object of the plan, they should be viewed th e following items: location, construction, occupation, population, etc.. Should be addressed the following basic procedures related logically as if only one per son were to run: - - - - - - - - - alert (alarm) analysis of the first aid cutof f energy (total or partial) abandonment of the area ( total or partial) isolatio n of the area devastated containment of the fire fighting (extinction) of the fi re investigation (survey of causes) A flow chart should be prepared for quick understanding. These procedures must b e issued to firefighters (if have), brigades and support groups during their tra ining and regular meetings. Should be discussed in talks fast (about 15 minutes per month) for the population of the building, aiming to steer up to 80%, with a n emergency, the 20% who were instructed not to be treated as floating populatio n, resulting in same, whereas it is almost impossible to maintain 100% in constr uction (vacation, hiring, resignations, removals, etc.).€For the procedures for first aid and fire fighting should be conducted and specific training courses. For the abandonment of the area should be followed the following route: Training of firefighters, brigade and support group lectures quick release one day with time and date marked (exercise fixation) 2nd day only due date (elevation of the general involvement) 3rd day without date or scheduled hours (simulated situati on involving almost close to real)