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Engineering Report SAER-6143 Guidelines for the Classification, Location, and Response Times of Saudi Aramco Fire Stations Document Responsibility: Fire Protection Department

16 November 2008

Saudi Aramco DeskTop Standards Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Executive Summary....................................... 2 Scope............................................................. 2 Definitions....................................................... 2 History............................................................ 2 Fire Station Classification............................... 3 Locations of Fire Stations.............................. 5 Response Time to Saudi Aramco Facilities... 5 Miscellaneous................................................ 6 References..................................................... 7

Appendix – A........................................................ 8 Appendix – B...................................................... 18 Appendix – C...................................................... 23

Previous Issue: 16 November 2008 Next Planned Update: TBD Revised paragraphs are marked in the right margin. Primary contacts: Cole, Anthony Richard on 966-3-876-1407 & Saleh, Mohammed M. on 966-3-872-1215 Copyright©Saudi Aramco 2008. All rights reserved.

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SAER-6143 Guidelines for the Classification, Location, and Response Times of Saudi Aramco Fire Stations

Executive Summary This report covers the general philosophy and recommendations for determining the classification, location, and response times to Saudi Aramco facilities by the Fire Protection Department. This is accomplished by outlining ideal locations and response times of fire stations to provide cost effective emergency response to Saudi Aramco facilities and proponents. In addition to identifying locations, this guideline also provides assistance in determining the level of resources needed to address the potential credible scenarios that are present in these facilities.

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Scope This report covers the general philosophy and recommendations for the classification and location of fire stations in Saudi Aramco Facilities, including the amount of resources (including equipment and manpower), size and amenities of various types of fire stations, and response times needed for mitigation of potential credible scenarios that are present in these facilities. This document is intended to be used as a guideline for minimum requirements and as a start point for projects. Nothing in this document should be taken as a maximum requirement.

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Definitions Response Time: Is defined as the amount of time that it takes for a piece of fire apparatus to travel from the fire station to an incident scene. Large Facilities: Best described as Saudi Aramco large industrial plants which include refineries, gas plants, and large size communities. Medium Facilities: Best described as Saudi Aramco medium-sized plants such as large GOSPs, large bulk plants, and pump stations provided with airstrips. Small Facilities: Best described as Saudi Aramco small-sized plants such as bulk plants and SSSP’s. Remote Facilities: Best described as Saudi Aramco small-sized plants located in remote cities which includes small bulk plants.

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History Currently, there are no Saudi Aramco documents that specifically address the classification, location, or amount of resources required for building fire stations. In addition, there are no international documents or standards that specifically address this issue (specific to Saudi Aramco) with respect to private or industrial fire departments. Page 2 of 27

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The majority of the available documents detail the formation, organization, or operation of existing fire stations. For example, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards address only the operation of career or volunteer fire departments with respect to government controlled organizations and not private industry. The Insurance Services Office (ISO) only provides ratings based upon existing situations and does not specify fire station location, size, or response time. It grades on actual conditions rather than providing design or guidelines, and primarily for government controlled fire organizations. Based upon a detailed review of those standards (where applicable), both locally and internationally, the Fire Protection Department conducted a study to determine guidelines for Saudi Aramco. This study included a review of available standards, guidelines, existing practices, practical experience, and other references to determine the most economical solutions. The findings of the Fire Protection Study are presented in this report. 5

Fire Station Classification 5.1

Class A Fire Stations 5.1.1

Class A is the largest category of fire stations at Saudi Aramco which are typically located in major facilities such as refineries, gas plants, and communities.

5.1.2

Class A fire stations may protect a single major facility (Refinery or Gas Plant), major facility and community (Refinery or Gas Plant and Community), or a single major (Refinery or Gas Plant and minor GOSP or Bulk Plants) facility.

5.1.3

A Class A Divisional fire station will have 5 truck bays, each bay holding 2 trucks (5 bays X 2 trucks).

5.1.4

A Class A fire station will have 3 truck bays, each bay holding 2 trucks (3 bays X 2 trucks).

5.1.5

The manning for a Class A fire station will be 12 persons per shift plus day workers as per the approved manpower levels.

5.1.6

Class A fire stations shall be equipped with a minimum of the following: offices, conference room, restrooms, training rooms, dispatch office, kitchen and dining areas, physical fitness room, day rooms, clean and dirty locker rooms, equipment storage areas, SCBA filling/inspection stations, musala/prayer rooms, pump testing pit, truck washing rack and hose rack and other necessary facilities as determined by FrPD Management. (For Class A Fire Station general layout, see APPENDIX A) Page 3 of 27

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5.1.7

5.2

5.3

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A training ground will be provided for Class A fire stations. The training ground shall be equipped with a minimum of the following: offices, classrooms, props/evolutions, maintenance facilities, and storage. See APPENDIX A for other details.

Class B Fire Stations 5.2.1

Class B is the second category of fire stations at Saudi Aramco. These stations are typically located in medium-sized facilities such as GOSP, bulk plants, and pump stations provided with airstrips.

5.2.2

Class B fire stations may protect a single medium-sized facility (GOSP/Central Processing Plant), airstrips, pump stations, large bulk plants, or a combination of these facilities.

5.2.3

A Class B fire station will have 2 truck bays, each bay holding 1 truck (2 bays X 1 truck).

5.2.4

The manning for a Class B fire station will be 8 persons per shift plus day workers as per the approved manpower levels.

5.2.5

Class B fire stations shall be equipped with a minimum of the following: offices, restrooms, training rooms, dispatch office, kitchen and dining areas, physical fitness room, day rooms, clean and dirty locker rooms, equipment storage areas, SCBA filling/inspection stations, musala/prayer rooms, pump testing pit, and other necessary facilities as determined by FrPD Management. (For Class B Fire Station general layout, see APPENDIX B)

Class C Fire Stations 5.3.1

Class C is the third category of fire stations at Saudi Aramco. These stations are typically located in the smallest Saudi Aramco facility in which a dedicated fire station is provided. This would include bulk plants and SSSP.

5.3.2

A Class C fire station will have 2 truck bays, each bay holding 1 truck (2 bays X 1 truck).

5.3.3

The manning for a Class C fire station will be 5 persons per shift plus day workers as per the approved manpower levels.

5.3.4

Class C fire stations shall be equipped with a minimum of the following: offices, restrooms, training rooms, dispatch office kitchen and dining areas, physical fitness rooms, day rooms, clean and dirty locker rooms, equipment storage areas, musala/prayer rooms, and other necessary Page 4 of 27

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facilities as determined by FrPD Management. (For Class C Fire Station general layout, see APPENDIX C) 6

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Locations of Fire Stations 6.1

Fire stations shall not be located in fire hazard areas as determined by risk assessment studies such as Process Hazard Analysis (PHA), Hazard and Operability Analysis (HAZOP), or other hazard identification and evaluation methods.

6.2

Fire Stations should be located upwind of the prevailing wind direction based upon approved meteorological studies and the 10 year wind rose.

6.3

Fire stations should be located next to main gates, roadways, and other general access passage ways to ensure quick and timely responses to all areas of the facility.

6.4

Fire stations should not be built in areas that could be affected from outside hazards, incidents, or exposures such as leaks, hostile actions, or from other Saudi Aramco and non-Saudi Aramco facilities.

Response Time to Saudi Aramco Facilities 7.1

Fire Department response time is considered as the third component of the response time sequence. This could be managed by selecting fire station locations based on the amount of time it takes to travel from the fire station to the incident scene. The response time sequence to an incident consists of five (5) steps as the following: (1)

Dispatch Time which is the amount of time that it takes to receive and process and emergency call.

(2)

Turnout Time which is the time from when crews receive information and prepare to leave the station.

(3)

Response Time which is the travel time from station to incident scene (wheel start to wheel stop).

(4)

Access Time which is the amount of time required to move from where the apparatus stops to where the emergency exists.

(5)

Setup Time which is crew deployment, apparatus placement, and apparatus set up.

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Response time is what determines selecting fire station locations.

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7.2

Community response time is 3 to 5 minutes.

7.3

Refinery response time is 3 to 10 minutes.

7.4

Gas plant response time is 3-10 minutes.

7.5

GOSP’s with central processing and NGL response time is 3-10 minutes. Examples: Abqaiq, Manifa, Khurais, Khursaniah (Remote GOSP’s, see section 7.8).

7.6

Terminal response time is 3 to 10 minutes. Examples: Yanbu COT, Juaymah COT, Juaymah Pier Terminal.

7.7

Bulk Plant with Saudi Aramco fire station, the response time is 3 to 10 minutes. Where a Saudi Aramco fire station is not present, Civil Defense will respond in 15 mintues.

7.8

SSSP above-ground facilities is 3 to 10 minutes. Response to SSSP underground facilities will differ based upon location and incident. Response time will comprise of the time from the above-ground fire station to the under-ground facility. Upon that time, a response to the incident area underground will vary depending upon incident type and location.

7.9

Remote Area response time is 1 hour. Example: Remote GOSP’s, Well Heads, Rigs, Pump Stations.

7.10

Offshore response time is 15 minutes from fire station to boat dock or airport where officer in charge joins the team. Example: Sea Islands, Production Platforms, Marine Vessels.

7.11

Facilities that are not mentioned above are dependant upon conditions. Each facility has its own acceptable response time. Example: DOB, Offsite Offices, Mussadia Building, Radwah, Rihab Complex.

7.12

Response will always be made to any Saudi Aramco Facility no matter what the distance is or the length of time to respond. However, the response may only be a light vehicle with manpower and some equipment.

Miscellaneous A fire risk assessment study shall be conducted in order to determine the necessity of having a fire station at new and existing projects and facilities. This study should be conducted by a 3rd party in conjunction with technical support from the Fire Protection Department and other associated supporting departments. Page 6 of 27

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References The requirements contained in the following documents apply to the extent specified in this report. -

American Petroleum Institute API RP 2001

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Fire Protection in Refineries

National Fire Protection Association

ISO

10 August 2008 16 November 2008

NFPA 1221

Standard for the Installation, Maintenance, and Use of Emergency Services Communications Systems

NFPA 1710

Standard for the Organization and Deployment of Fire Suppression Operations, Emergency Medical Operations, and Special Operations to the Public by Career Fire Department

NFPA 1720

Standard for Organization and Deployment of Fire Suppression Operations, Emergency Medical Operations, and Special Operations to the Public by Volunteer Fire Departments

NFPA Handbook

Fire Protection Handbook

Insurance Services Office

Revision Summary New Saudi Aramco Engineering Report. Editorial revision to add Attachments under 5.1.7 Appendix A.

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Appendix – A Class A Fire Station General Layout

Class A Stations 9 x 9 square meters = 81 sq m

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Concept II (E) Rowing Machine Cross Trainer Treadmill Treadmill Cross Trainer

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4 Station Multi-Gymnasium Physical Fitness Testing Area Mat/Stretching Area Mat/Stretching Area Door

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Space Program for Divisional Class A Fire Station Item #

Room #

Function

Office Spaces (First Floor) 1 101 Lobby 2 102 Reception 3 103 Fire Chief 4 104 Deputy Fire Chief 5 105 Deputy Fire Chief 6 106 Deputy Fire Chief 7 107 Equipment Uniform Store 8 108 FCU and Brigade Training Room 9 109 Telecommunication Room 10 110 Computer Data Room 11 112 Control Room (Dispatcher) 12 113 Fire Captain 13 114 Deputy Fire Chief (24hrs) 14 115 Crew Room 15 116 Kitchen 16 117 Physical Exercise Room 17 118 Prayer Room 18 119 Mechanical Room 19 120 Electrical Room 20 121 Clerk Staff 21 122 File Store 22 123 Inspection Group Leader 23 124 Inspection Group Members 24 125 locker Room 25 126 Toilet 26 127 Courtyard 27 128 Hallway 28 129 Staircase 29 130 Janitor's Room 30 131 Porch 27 132 Toilet 28 133 Hallway 29 134 Hallway 30 135 Hallway

Office Spaces (Second Floor) 1 201 Secretary/Waiting area 2 202 Fire Marshal 3 Staff Analyst 4 203 Clerk

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

3990 9506 3990 3990 3990 3990 3990 6876 3990 2800 6124 3990 3990 3990 3990 9000 3990 4242 4242 5914 5914 5914 9000 3990 8686 9392 1740 7966 2200 5300 2000 13382 1620 19296

6042 7525 4474 2800 2800 2800 5714 4990 4990 4990 4990 2438 2438 9124 6000 9000 6664 6412 6876 4134 2426 2800 4174 10000 4000 9667 12923 4242 2500 5300 3862 1800 19443 1740

24.1 71.5 17.9 11.2 11.2 11.2 22.8 34.3 19.9 14.0 30.6 9.7 9.7 36.4 23.9 81.0 26.6 27.2 29.2 24.4 14.3 16.6 37.6 39.9 34.7 90.8 22.5 33.8 5.5 28.1 7.7 24.1 31.5 33.6

Sub-total area

957.4

7525 4200 3242 3242

71.5 19.7 12.9 12.9

9506 4700 3990 3990

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Space Program for Divisional Class A Fire Station Item #

Room #

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222

Workshop Spaces 1 102 2 104 3 105 4 106 5 107 6 108 7 109 8 110 10 111

Function Fire Protection Advisor File Store Training Coordinator Fixed System Group Leader Fixed System Engineer Store Telecommunication Room Fixed System Group Members Photocopy/Stationery Toilet Ladies Toilet Conference Room Mechanical Room Hazmat & Rescue officer Hallway Staircase Terrace Hallway Toilet

Dry Chemical Filling Area General Maintenance Shop CO2 Filling Room Breathing Apparatus Filling area Storage Mechanical Room Toilet Office Utility Air Compressor Room

Truck Bay Spaces 1 101 Fire Trucks Garage Vehicle Washing Facility 1 Vehicle Washing Facility

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

3990 3990 3990 3990 3990 3990 5914 5914 5914 4696 1500 5914 8384 4696 1740 7966 19296 15306 1500

4032 2505 3270 3270 3270 3332 3332 8200 3276 3862 3862 10048 4342 4342 20571 4242 20560 1700 2862

16.1 10.0 13.0 13.0 13.0 13.3 19.7 48.5 19.4 18.1 5.8 59.4 36.4 20.4 35.8 33.8 396.7 26.0 4.3

Sub-total area

920.0

7000 6000 6607 6607 6607 4963 3000 4000 4000

105.4 90.3 29.4 35.7 29.4 22.1 12.0 10.0 16.0

Sub-total area

350.2

23850

31500 Sub-total area

751.3 751.3

6000

102502

615.0

Sub-total area

615.0

15050 15050 4450 5400 4450 4450 4000 2500 4000

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Space Program for Divisional Class A Fire Station Item #

Room #

Function

Disaster Trailer Shelter 1 Disaster Trailer Shelter

Generator 1 2

Training Tower 1

Generator Room Fuel Tank Area

Training Tower

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

36000

12000 Sub-total area

432.0 432.0

4050 4050

5550 2000

22.5 8.1

Sub-total area

30.6

4100

16.8

Sub-total area

16.8

3600

72.0

Sub-total area

72.0

12500

75.0

Sub-total area

75.0

8000

40.0

Sub-total area

40.0

9220

40.1

Sub-total area

40.1

18800

122.2

Sub-total area

122.2

4100

Hose Drying Area Hose Drying Area with Shade

20000

Foam Tank Two Foam Tank with shade

6000

Lift Station Crane Area with Foam Pumps

5000

Pit Test Facility Drafting Pit

4350

Chiller Unit Chiller Unit with pump room

6500

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Space Program for Divisional Class A Fire Station Item #

Room #

Function

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

48460

17000

823.8

Sub-total area

823.8

Parking Area Parking Area for 20 Vehicles

Training/Drill Area (Backyard) Open area

5,615.1 Sub-total area

5,615.9

Total area

10,862.4

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Equipments Requirements Divisional Class A Fire Station Item #

Function

Quantity Divisional Class A Fire Station

Truck Bay 1 2 3 4 5 6

Air compressor C/W 1 M Receiver Fume exhaust system Hose Reels Exhaust fans 110 Recharging Power Cable Roll up Door/Sectional Door

1 10 1 as per design 10 10

Work Shop 1 2 3 5

Work bench with cartridge holder CO2 Filling Machine Dry Chemical Filling Machine Portable pump for hose test

2 1 1 1

Concept II (E) Rowing Machine Cross Trainer Treadmill Station Multi-Gymnasium Mat/Stretching Area

1 2 2 1 2

BA Room 1 2 3

BA compressor Cascade System (5 Cylinders per system) Cylinder Filling Machine

2 2 2

Generator Room 1

Diesel Generator

1

Physical Fitness

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Space Program for Class A Fire Station Item #

Room #

Office Spaces 1 219 2 209 3 213 4 213A 5 214 6 215 7 216 8 217 9 218 10 220 11 210 12 13 211 14 211A 15 212 16 208 17 207 18 206 19 205 20 204 21 202 22 201 23 200 24 202A 25 203 26 27

Workshop Spaces 1 225 2 224 3 223 4 222

Function

Hallway Physical Exercise Room Electrical Room TR Room Inspection Officer Deputy Deputy Clerk Fire Chief Hallway Janitor Room Toilet entrance Toilet( 2E & 2W) with 4 Showers Clean Room Multipurpose Room Training / Conference Room Storage(Consumables) Office Office Dispatch Lobby Air Lock Entrance Hallway Fire Captain Locker Room Storage(Stationary & Files)

Shed Cont. Equipment Repair BA Refill Work Shop CO Ext. C.R. Sys. N.R. Sys.

Truck Bay Spaces 1 221 Fire Trucks Garage

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

1650 9000 3500 3500 3333 3000 3000 3000 4000 28664 1400 3865 8500 2470 6500 7000 2500 2500 2830 3000 7000 2000 4000 2000 4668 4000 2500

4000 9000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 2125 1800 2160 4000 2160 5800 5800 5800 2800 2800 5330 4000 4000 4000 2800 4000 10000 5800

6.6 81.0 14.0 14.0 13.3 12.0 12.0 12.0 16.0 60.9 2.5 8.3 34.0 5.3 37.7 40.6 14.5 7.0 7.9 16.0 28.0 8.0 16.0 5.6 18.7 40.0 14.5

Sub-total area

546.5

5000 5000 7000 7000

4000 4000 4000 4000 Sub-total area

20.0 20.0 28.0 28.0 96.0

28000

18000 Sub-total area

504.0 504.0

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Space Program for Class A Fire Station Item #

Room #

Function

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

Vehicle Washing Facility 1 Vehicle Washing Facility

10000

6000 Sub-total area

60.0 60.0

Equipment Shelter 1 Equipment Shelter

12000

4200 Sub-total area

50.4 50.4

6000 6000 2940

4668 4668 2830 Sub-total area

28.0 28.0 8.3 64.3

20000

3600

72.0

Sub-total area

72.0

6000 6000

4668 4668 Sub-total area

28.0 28.0 56.0

13500

15000

202.5

Sub-total area

202.5

27000

432.0

Sub-total area

432.0

Training/Drill Area (Backyard) including road access and landscape Open area Sub-total area

5,600.0

Total area

10,000.0

Generator / Electrical Rooms 1 Electrical Room 2 Generator Room 3 Fuel Tank Area

Hose Drying Area Hose Drying Area with Shade

Musalla 1 2

Prayer Room Ablution / Toilet Room

Lift Station Crane Area with Foam Pumps

Parking Area Parking Area for 20 Vehicles

16000

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Equipments Requirements Class A Fire Station Item #

Function

Quantity Class A Fire Station

Truck Bay 1 2 3 4 5 6

Air compressor C/W 1 M Receiver Fume exhaust system Hose Reels Exhaust fans 110 Recharging Power Cable Roll up Door/Sectional Door

1 6 1 as per design 6 6

Work Shop 1 2 3 4

Work bench with cartridge holder CO2 Filling Machine Dry Chemical Filling Machine Portable pump for hose test

2 1 1 1

Physical Fitness 1 2 3 4 5

Concept II (E) Rowing Machine Cross Trainer Treadmill Station Multi-Gymnasium Mat/Stretching Area

1 2 2 1 2

BA Room 1 2 3

BA compressor Cascade System (5 Cylinders per system) Cylinder Filling Machine

2 2 2

Generator Room 1

Diesel Generator

1

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- Hold down Ctrl key and click => Fire Training Ground Evolutions Plan to view the details.

- Hold down Ctrl key and click => Fire Training Building Floor Plan to view the details.

- Hold down Ctrl key and click => Evolutions Definitions to view the details.

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Appendix – B Class B Fire Station General Layout

Class B Stations 8 x8 square meters = 64sq m

1. 2. 3. 4.

Concept II (E) Rowing Machine Treadmill Treadmill Cross Trainer

5. 6. 7. 8.

4 Station Multi-Gymnasium Physical Fitness Testing Area Mat/Stretching Area Door

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Space Program for Class B Fire Station Item #

Room #

Office Spaces 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Function

Hallway Deputy Fire Chief Fire Captain Crew Room Tea Room Physical Exercise Room Toilet Communication Room Janitor's Room Storage Conference/Training Room Clerk (if this station is a unit)

Workshop Spaces 1 Work Shop

Truck Bay Spaces 1 Fire Trucks Garage

Generator 1 2

Training Tower 1

Generator Room Fuel Tank Area

Training Tower

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

2000 4110 4110 3500 2500 8000 3860 2000 1500 2000 3500 4110

10360 2900 2925 5825 4250 8000 4250 4250 1925 4250 5825 2925

20.7 11.9 12.0 20.4 10.6 64.0 16.4 8.5 2.9 8.5 20.4 12.0

Sub-total area

208.4

6250

23.4

Sub-total area

23.4

14110

13350 Sub-total area

188.4 188.4

4050 4050

5550 2000

22.5 8.1

Sub-total area

30.6

4100

16.8

Sub-total area

16.8

3600

72.0

Sub-total area

72.0

3750

4100

Hose Drying Area Hose Drying Area with Shade

20000

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Space Program for Class B Fire Station Item #

Room #

Function

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

30890

6000

185.3

Sub-total area

185.3

Sub-total area

1,707.1

Total area

2,432.0

Parking Area Parking Area for 9 Vehicles

Training/Drill Area (Backyard) Open area

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Equipments Requirements Class B Fire Station Item #

Function

Quantity Class B Fire Station

Truck Bay 1 2 3 4 5 6

Air compressor C/W 1 M Receiver Fume exhaust system Hose Reels Exhaust fans 110 Recharging Power Cable Roll up Door

1 2 1 as per design 2 4

Work Shop 1 2 3 4

Work bench with cartridge holder CO2 Filling Machine Dry Chemical Filling Machine Portable pump for hose test

1 1 1 1

Concept II (E) Rowing Machine Cross Trainer Treadmill Station Multi-Gymnasium Mat/Stretching Area

1 1 2 1 1

BA Room 1 2 3

BA compressor Cascade System (5 Cylinders per system) Cylinder Filling Machine

2 2 2

Generator Room 1

Diesel Generator

1

Physical Fitness

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- Hold down Ctrl key and click => Class B Fire Station Scope of Work to view the details.

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Appendix – C Class C Fire Station General Layout

Class C & D Stations

1. 2. 3. 4.

Concept II (E) Rowing Machine Treadmill Cross Trainer 4 Station Multi-Gymnasium

7 x 8 sq meters = 56 sq m

5. Physical Fitness Testing Area 6. Mat/Stretching Area 7. Door

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Space Program for Class C Fire Station Item #

Room #

Office Spaces 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Function

Hallway Deputy Fire Chief Fire Captain Crew Room Tea Room Physical Exercise Room Toilet Communication Room Janitor's Room Storage Conference/Training Room

Workshop Spaces 1 Work Shop

Truck Bay Spaces 1 Fire Trucks Garage

Generator 1 2

Training Tower 1

Generator Room Fuel Tank Area

Training Tower

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

2000 4110 4110 3500 2500 7000 3860 2000 1500 2000 3500

10360 2900 2925 5825 4250 8000 4250 4250 1925 4250 5825

20.7 11.9 12.0 20.4 10.6 56.0 16.4 8.5 2.9 8.5 20.4

Sub-total area

188.4

6250

23.4

Sub-total area

23.4

14110

13350 Sub-total area

188.4 188.4

4050 4050

5550 2000

22.5 8.1

Sub-total area

30.6

4100

16.8

Sub-total area

16.8

3600

72.0

Sub-total area

72.0

6000

185.3

Sub-total area

185.3

3750

4100

Hose Drying Area Hose Drying Area with Shade

20000

Parking Area Parking Area for 9 Vehicles

30890

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Document Responsibility: Fire Protection Department Issue Date: 16 November 2008 Next Planned Update: TBD

SAER-6143 Guidelines for the Classification, Location, and Response Times of Saudi Aramco Fire Stations

Space Program for Class C Fire Station Item #

Room #

Function

Width (mm)

Length (mm)

Area (sq. m)

Sub-total area

1,715.1

Total area

2,420.0

Training/Drill Area (Backyard) Open area

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Document Responsibility: Fire Protection Department Issue Date: 16 November 2008 Next Planned Update: TBD

SAER-6143 Guidelines for the Classification, Location, and Response Times of Saudi Aramco Fire Stations

Equipments Requirements Class C Fire Station Item #

Function

Quantity Class C Fire Station

Truck Bay 1 2 3 4 5 6

Air compressor C/W 1 M Receiver Fume exhaust system Hose Reels Exhaust fans 110 Recharging Power Cable Roll up Door/Sectional Door

1 2 1 as per design 2 4

Work Shop 1 2 3 4

Work bench with cartridge holder CO2 Filling Machine Dry Chemical Filling Machine Portable pump for hose test

1 as required as required 1

Physical Fitness Concept II (E) Rowing Machine Cross Trainer Treadmill Station Multi-Gymnasium Mat/Stretching Area

1 1 1 1 1

BA Room 1 2 3

BA compressor Cascade System (5 Cylinders per system) Cylinder Filling Machine

1 1 1

Generator Room 1

Diesel Generator

1

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Document Responsibility: Fire Protection Department Issue Date: 16 November 2008 Next Planned Update: TBD

SAER-6143 Guidelines for the Classification, Location, and Response Times of Saudi Aramco Fire Stations

- Hold down Ctrl key and click => Class C Fire Station Scope of Work to view the details.

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