Fire safety instructions as a tool supporting rescue operations in workplaces
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Fire safety instruction is an integral part of the safety of people staying in the building in case of fire. Created in accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration of 7 June 2010, the Ministry of Interior and Administration regarding fire protection of buildings, other construction objects and sites and implemented in the building for which it was developed is a helpful tool that can significantly affect the effectiveness and safety of emergency operations.
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