4. Hotel Design Specification
12.2 LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS
12.2.1 GENERAL 总则
The Life Safety Systems for the Hotel include the “passive” as well as “active” design
features, which must be designed in co-ordination with each other.
The aim of the design of these systems is to meet or exceed the Regulatory requirements,
whilst simplifying the operation and maintenance of the fire services as much as practically
The designer shall provide a “Fire Strategy” for the whole building, which shall include all
passive and active systems, and clearly show:
a) The anticipated risk of a fire and its severity.
b) The Architectural provisions for resisting the spread of fire and smoke, including
provisions for escape of occupants.
c) The adequacy of services designed to detect and prevent the spread of smoke and
fire - including details of the Standards/Codes to be adopted in the design of these
d) A Fire Detection and Alarm System Sequence Matrix – refer to example at the end
of this section.
e) The provision of facilities to assist the Fire Services in locating and fighting fires.
f) Specific requirements for colleague training in Fire Safety routines.
g) Specific requirements for maintenance of the Fire Systems
3. Timken SAP Training Courses Segment
Goods Issue or Goods Receipt Mode:
The Confirmation Date criteria depends on whether the transaction is being run in Goods Issue
mode or in Goods Receipt mode.“
；； In Goods Issue mode, production orders are selected if the first operation has a
confirmation on or within the dates specified.
In Goods Receipt mode, production orders are selected if the last operation has a confirmation on
or within the date specified.
The goods receipt mode relies upon the confirmation at the last operation on a production order. If
no confirmation is made for the final operation, even though other operations made have been
reported and a goods receipt is made for the order, the order will not be selected for the report.
1-4.3* Authority Having Jurisdiction. The organization, office, or individual responsible for
approving equipment, materials, an installation, or a procedure.
1-4.4 Barrier, Fire. A continuous membrane, either vertical or horizontal, such as a wall or floor
assembly, that is designed and constructed with a specified fire resistance rating to limit the spread
of fire and that will also restrict the movement of smoke. Such barriers can have protected
1-4.5 Biomass. A boiler fuel manufactured by means of a process that includes storing, shredding,
classifying, and conveying of forest and agricultural byproducts (e.g., woodchips, rice hulls, sugar