EHS 202: Decorations and Displays
To protect the university community and property from potential fires caused by decorations and displays and promote a safe work environment
Arizona Revised Statutes § 41–2141 et seq.
Arizona Administrative Code R4–36–201 et seq.
Arizona State University Fire Prevention and Safety Plan
Departments and units displaying decorations
Decorative items for holidays, celebrations, or other special events must be used in accordance with the Arizona State University Fire Prevention and Safety Plan, a guidance document on the Environmental Health & Safety Web site, and be made of a noncombustible material. Combustible materials may be used only if they have been specially treated with a fire retardant before setup. Departments and units displaying decorations must ensure that they are installed and maintained in a manner to prevent any hazards, and ensure that fire protection and exit systems are maintained operational as designed and required for occupant safety.
A copy of the Arizona State University Fire Prevention and Safety Plan, a guidance document on the Environmental Health & Safety Web site, can be printed from the site; or it can be obtained and technical assistance can be provided by contacting Environmental Health & Safety by telephone (480/965–1823) or e-mail (EHS@asu.edu).
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