Understanding New FDNY Rules For Apartment Buildings, 3 RCNY 505-01/02 To Assist First Responders

Understanding new FDNY rules for apartment buildings, 3 RCNY 505-01/02 to assist first responders – by Evan Lipstein : NYREJ A new law affecting over 1 million apartments in New York City has been issued and relatively few building managers and owners are aware and paying attention. The new FDNY rule 3 RCNY 505-01 Apartment […]

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New Rules for Safety Signs on Co-op and Condo Doors

July 13, 2017 – Fire Department rules designed to assist first responders. The to-do lists for co-op and condo boards just keep on growing. Heres the latest addition: the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) has passed a rule that requires multi-family dwellings to place reflective signs on all apartment and stairwell doors to assist […]

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Many Residential Apartment Buildings Have Ignored New Safety Requirements Due To Ignorance Of New Rules

On June 1st of 2016 a new rule enforced by the FDNY was made a local law requirement. 3 RCNY 505-01, Apartment and Guest Room Identification and Directional Markings and Signs, set new requirements for the design and placement of entrance door room markings for all residential properties in Group R-1 and Group R-2. These […]

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Residential Apartment Buildings And Hotels Must Pay Attention To New FDNY Safety Requirements

In June of 2016, a new rule enforced by the FDNY was made a local law requirement. 3 RCNY 505-01, Apartment and Guest Room Identification and Directional Markings and Signs, set new requirements for the design and placement of entrance door room markings for all residential properties in Group R-1 and Group R-2. These new […]

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