Fire Safety Act
(Chapter 109A, Section 61(1))
Fire Safety (Fire Safety Managers) Regulations
Rg 3
G.N. No. S 167/1994

(2nd June 2008)
[8th April 1994]
1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Fire Safety (Fire Safety Managers) Regulations.
2.  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“Arson Prevention Plan”, in relation to any specified premises, means a plan which contains information on the preventive measures which are to be adopted in the specified premises to safeguard against arson and such other threats which could result in fire;
“Fire Code” means a set of rules and requirements produced or approved by the Commissioner for the purpose of establishing the standards, procedures and practices required for fire safety matters under the Act or regulations made thereunder and includes any amendment made to the Code from time to time;
“Fire Command Centre” means a room within any premises which is specifically designated for the purpose of command and control of operations in the event of fire or other emergencies and fitted with the necessary equipment;
“Fire Emergency Plan” has the same meaning as in regulation 2 of the Fire Safety (Fire Emergency Plan) Regulations (Rg 4);
“Fire Safety Committee” means the Fire Safety Committee formed under regulation 3(c) of the Fire Safety (Fire Emergency Plan) Regulations (Rg 4);
“fire safety guidebook” includes brochures, leaflets and any document containing information on fire safety measures and the correct procedures to be adopted in the event of fire;
“occupant load”, in relation to a building, means the total number of persons that may occupy a building;
“Programme” means the Continuing Professional Development Programme;
“specified premises” means any premises or class of premises which has been specified by the Minister under section 22(1) of the Act;
“Table-Top Exercises” means the planning exercises conducted by the Fire Safety Committee on the possible emergency scenarios which may occur in —
(a)the premises which are the subject of an Arson Prevention Plan; or
(b)the premises or class of premises designated by the Minister under section 21(1) of the Act which are the subject of a Fire Emergency Plan;
“training cycle” means a period of 3 years commencing on 1st January 2008 (referred to hereinafter as the first training cycle) and each consecutive 3-year period after the first training cycle.