Presentation on theme: "House Manager Meeting 2014. Overview & Agenda Introductions Key Outcomes ▫Overview of Inspection Process ▫Review of Common Inspection Issues ▫Identify."— Presentation transcript:
Overview & Agenda Introductions Key Outcomes ▫Overview of Inspection Process ▫Review of Common Inspection Issues ▫Identify Best Practices & Common Pitfalls ▫Introduce Resources Q & A Evaluation
Role of the House Manager Liaison to House Corporation, HQ, University, Neighborhood Facility Issues Fire Safety Chapter Leader
Pre-Inspection Checklist IMPORTANT! Inspection time is noted in the top right corner. This sheet should be reviewed and initialed prior to the inspection. Please have it on hand when the inspectors arrive. Please come prepared, on- time, and ready to work with the inspectors.
INSPECTION PROCESS IMPORTANT NOTES2 INSPECTIONS OCCUR Inspection time is noted on the Pre-Inspection Checklist. House Manager (or president) must be present. To change inspection time, contact appropriate city/county official. Fire Safety= 14 days to correct. City/Building Inspection = 30 days to correct.
Best Practices Pre Inspection Checklist Fire Drills Boiler System Sprinkler System Snow Removal Emergency Preparation
Common Pitfalls Fire Safety & Tampering with Fire Alarm Systems Bamboo Trash Tent Policy Roof & Balcony Open Flame/Fireworks
Fire Safety Complete the evacuation plan. Complete & document 4 fire drills. Complete routine checks of fire extinguishers. Do not rest or silence your fire alarm.
Being a Good Neighbor Behavior Trash Noise ▫Currently a Class 4 misdemeanor ▫If the person operating or controlling the noise can not be identified, any owner, tenant, resident or manager is assumed to be guilty of the violation ▫6:00am - 10:00pm = 65 dB ▫10:00pm – 6:00am = 55 dB
Questions? Contact information is listed in the House Manager Manual.