Establishments with fire and explosion hazards according to Decree 136

20/08/2022

According to Decree 136/ND-CP issued in 2020 on fire safety regulations, establishments with fire and explosion hazards according to Decree 136, we will consult and understand right now.

The following is a list of 18 establishments that are at risk of fire and explosion according to Decree 136, which belong to the group of subjects with high risk of fire and explosion, so always ensure all fire prevention and fighting work safely. full

1. Headquarters of state agencies at all levels have 10 floors or more or have a total volume of working blocks of 25,000 m3 or more.

2. Apartment buildings, collective houses, dormitory houses with 7 floors or more or with a total volume of 10,000 m3 or more; mixed-use buildings with 5 floors or more or with a total volume of 5,000 m3 or more.

3. Kindergartens, kindergartens and preschools with 350 children or more or with a total volume of study and learning blocks of 5,000 m3 or more; primary schools, junior high schools, high schools, and high schools with many levels of education with a total volume of study and learning blocks of 5,000 m3 or more; colleges, universities, academies, professional intermediate schools, vocational schools, continuing education institutions with a height of 7 floors or more or with a total volume of study and learning blocks from 10,000 m3 above; other educational institutions established under the Law on Education with a total volume of 5,000 m3 or more.

4. Hospitals with 250 beds or more; polyclinics, specialized clinics, nursing homes, rehabilitation, orthopedic, nursing homes, disease prevention and control establishments, medical centers and other medical facilities established under the Law on Examination, medical treatment is 5 floors or more high or has a total volume of 5,000 m3 or more.

5. Theaters, cinemas, circuses with 600 seats or more; conference and event centers with 5 floors or more or with a total volume of 10,000 m3 or more of conference and event organizers; cultural houses, karaoke service business establishments, discos, bars, clubs, beauty salons, massage service businesses, amusement parks, zoos, aquariums with a volume of 5,000 m3 or more up.

6. Grade 1 market, grade 2 market; commercial centers, electronics, supermarkets, department stores, convenience stores, restaurants, food shops with a total business area of ​​500 m2 or more or a volume of 5,000 m3 or more.

7. Hotels, guest houses, motels, inns and other accommodation establishments established under the Law on Tourism are 7 floors or more high or have a total volume of accommodation blocks of 10,000 m3 or more. .

8. Working houses of enterprises, political and social organizations are 7 floors or more high or have a total volume of working blocks of 10,000 m3 or more.

9. Museums, libraries, exhibitions, galleries, archives, bookstores, fairs with a volume of 10,000 m3 or more.

10. Post offices, radio, television and telecommunications establishments are 5 floors or more high or have the volume of the main building block of 10,000 m3 or more; information equipment installers, data storage and management centers with a volume of 5,000 m3 or more. 11. Stadium with a capacity of 40,000 seats or more; sports stadium; indoor sports arcade with a capacity of 500 seats or more; sports centers, racecourses, shooting ranges with a total volume of 10,000 m3 or more or a capacity of 5,000 seats or more; other sports establishments established under the Law on Physical Training and Sports with a volume of 5,000 m3 or more.

12. Airport; Air traffic control tower; seaport; Dry port; inland waterway ports of class I and II; class 1 and 2 passenger bus stations; class 1 rest stop; railway stations, cable car waiting houses for transporting people with a volume of 5,000 m3 or more; subway works; motor vehicle registration facility; shops for trading, repairing and maintaining cars, motorbikes and motorbikes with a business area of ​​500 m2 or more or a volume of 5,000 m3 or more.

13. Garage with a capacity of 10 cars or more. 14. Nuclear facilities; establishments producing, trading, preserving and using industrial explosives and explosive precursors; warehouse of industrial explosives and explosive precursors; port of export and import of industrial explosives and explosive precursors; armory, support tools.

15. Establishments that exploit, process, produce, transport, trade and preserve petroleum and petroleum products and gas on land; petroleum and petroleum product depots, gas depots; port of export and import of petroleum and petroleum products, gas; petrol and oil stores; stores dealing in flammable liquids, stores dealing in gas with a total gas content of 200 kg or more.

16. Industrial establishments with fire and explosion hazard classes A, B have the total volume of the building blocks with main production lines of 5,000 m3 or more; fire and explosion hazard class C has the total volume of buildings with main production lines of 10,000 m3 or more; Fire and explosion hazard classes D, E have the total volume of buildings with main production lines of 15,000 m3 or more.

17. Power plants; transformer stations with voltage from 110 kV or more.

18. Cellars engaged in production, storage and use of flammable and explosive substances with a total volume of 5,000 m3 or more; warehouse of flammable goods, materials or non-combustible goods and supplies in flammable packages with a total volume of

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