The Building Inventory Forms or B.I.F.'s are a part of the amended section 57.33.19 of the Los Angeles Municipal code.
These forms include:
The Stairwell and Elevator diagram shows an elevation view of all stairwells and elevators
- elevation view of stairwell and elevator diagrams
- stand pipe riser diagram
- building special information sheet
- typical floor plan
to include which stairwells have roof or lobby access or floors of termination and which
elevators serve which floors to include blind shafts and/or elevator machinery or pit rooms.
This diagram also includes a floor plan of the lobby showing the location
of the fire control room and standpipes, fire department connections and sprinkler shut off locations.
The Stand Pipe Riser diagram is an elevation view and depicts number of floors, city main, water tank (if any),
fire pump (if any) and fire department connection and type of system (Class I, Class II, Class III or combination).
The Building Special Information sheet includes anything specific to your building.
A typical floor plan is just that. Any floor that is most common.
- hazardous materials stored at your building
- water supply information
- fire department special concerns
- roof information
These forms are to be placed in the Emergency Systems and Equipment section of all manuals.
These manuals are to be placed in the fire control room or at a security desk.
These forms can be used as a quick reference guide for responding fire fighters.