2006 New York Code - Fire Alarm Signs.



 
    §  27-4271  Fire  alarm  signs.  a. In a conspicuous location in every
  lobby or entrance hall of a commercial or  public  building,  the  owner
  shall  post  a  sign indicating the method of transmitting a fire alarm.
  Such signs shall conform to the following format  and  the  owner  shall
  insert  all information necessary to complete the instructions contained
  therein:
 
     Fire alarm box at .................... and ........................
                        (Street or avenue)         (Street or avenue)
                                     or
 
    Telephone----"911"  or  (depending  upon  the  borough  in  which  the
  property is located, insert one of the following telephone numbers:
                 for Bronx properties-------------665-2200
                 for Brooklyn properties----------636-1700
                 for Manhattan properties---------628-2900
                 for Queens properties------------847-6600
                 for Staten Island properties-----727-1100)
  ----to report a fire.
 
    b. Such signs shall be ten inches in width by twelve inches in length.
  The  lettering thereon shall be of the size, type and spacing called for
  by the regulations of the department. Any person who  shall  violate  or
  refuse  or  neglect to comply with any provision of this section, shall,
  upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine  of  not  more  than  one
  hundred  dollars  or  by  imprisonment  not exceeding thirty days, or by
  both.
    c. This section shall not apply to schools where regularly  supervised
  fire drills are conducted.

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