Fire Safety and Evacuation of Buildings Regulations 2006

  • revoked
  • Fire Safety and Evacuation of Buildings Regulations 2006: revoked, on 1 July 2018, by regulation 36 of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand (Fire Safety, Evacuation Procedures, and Evacuation Schemes) Regulations 2018 (LI 2018/96).

ScheduleĀ 1 Buildings to which Part 1 applies

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The buildings in respect of which Part 1 applies are, without limitation, as follows:

(a)

land, sea, and air passenger transport terminals and facilities and interchanges, whether wholly on land or otherwise:

(b)

public toilets wherever situated:

(c)

banks:

(d)

childcare centres and kindergartens:

(e)

day-care centres and facilities:

(f)

commercial buildings and premises for business and professional purposes, including computer centres:

(g)

central, regional, and local government offices and facilities:

(h)

courthouses:

(i)

police stations:

(j)

hotels, motels, hostels, halls of residence, holiday cabins, groups of pensioner flats, boarding houses, guest houses, and other premises providing accommodation for the public:

(k)

hospitals, whether public or private, and rest homes:

(l)

medical and dental surgeries, and medical and paramedical and other primary health care centres:

(m)

educational institutions, including public and private primary, intermediate, and secondary schools, universities, polytechnics, and other tertiary institutions:

(n)

libraries, museums, art galleries, and other cultural institutions:

(o)

churches, chapels, and other places of public worship:

(p)

places of assembly, including auditoriums, theatres, cinemas, halls, sports stadiums, conference facilities, clubrooms, recreation centres, and swimming baths:

(q)

shops, shopping centres, and shopping malls:

(r)

restaurants, bars, cafeterias, and catering facilities:

(s)

showrooms and auction rooms:

(t)

public laundries:

(u)

petrol and service stations:

(v)

funeral parlours:

(w)

television and radio stations:

(x)

car parks, parking buildings, and parking facilities:

(y)

factories and industrial buildings where more than 10 persons are employed:

(z)

other buildings, premises, or facilities to which the public are to be admitted, whether for free or on payment of a charge.