"Beijing Property Management Regulations" clarifies powers and responsibilities, citizens call for strict enforcement

Life access in some communities is still unavailable

  The "Beijing Property Management Regulations" was formally implemented on May 1. According to the "Regulations" regulations, there are clear penalties for flying lines to charge and occupying fire passages. On May 1, the city's fire department issued the first batch of fines after the implementation of the "Regulations" for these "stubborn diseases". Recently, this newspaper also received reports from a number of citizens that there is a similar phenomenon in their community, and it is hoped that the relevant departments will conduct strict management in accordance with the "Regulations" to ensure the smooth passage of life.

Witness 1

  Fire escapes are still often occupied

  In the Honglian Qingyuan Community in Xicheng District, property management has had little effect because the fire escape is occupied by private cars. The parking problem in the community has caused headaches for the owners.

  On May 9th, the reporter saw in the Honglian Qingyuan Community that although a yellow line was drawn on both sides of the road of the community, and the message "No parking for firefighting passages" was written in the road, but approaching the evening, returned to the private car Successively fill up the fire protection channel. The fire exit on the south side of the No. 2 building of the community could have accommodated two cars driving side by side. When the reporter interviewed, the road on one side was almost full of private cars. At this moment, another car owner drove to the front of Building No. 2 and saw him "see stitches" and simply "stuck" the car into a small gap. So far, 6 private cars completely blocked the fire passage in front of Building 2.

  A similar situation is not the only one in the community. The fire exit on the south side of Building 6 in the community is also full of private cars. Resident Mr. Wang said that in July last year, there was a fire in the No. 2 building of the community. At that time, the two fire passages on the south and east sides of the No. 2 building were occupied by private cars, which affected the rescue of the fire truck. "After the incident, the fire passage to the gate on the east side of Building 2 has been treated, and it has been completely opened, but this passage in front of the gate on the south side is still often occupied by cars." From the photos provided by Mr. Wang The reporter saw that from April 9 to 12, a large number of private cars were parked on the fire exit on the south side of Building 2.

  Has the long-term occupation of fire escapes been left unattended? The reporter contacted the property company in the community. The staff of the property said that some of the private cars occupying the road are old residents of the community, and may be released by individual security guards. The property has launched an investigation and governance.

Witness 2

  Parking in the no-park area becomes a habit

  In the Erlizhuang Community of Haidian District, the entrance road is wide, and the words “fire escape, no occupancy” painted on the pavement are strikingly eye-catching. However, the more the fire exit is occupied, the more serious the situation is.

  A row of ground parking spaces have been marked for the residents of the community next to the fire exit on the west side of the No. 5 building of the community, but the fire exit has still not avoided the fate of being occupied. The private car parked here occupies nearly half the width of the fire escape. The corner of the fire exit on the west side of Building 20 is also occupied by private cars. According to the rough statistics of the reporter, there are few fire channels that are not occupied in the Erlizhuang community.

  Resident Ms. Yu said that there are many times when the community fire exits are crowded, "the word" no occupancy "on the ground is ignored by everyone." Every night, when the parking space in the community is not enough, the owners will park their cars in the fire On the channel, it has become a habit. "There is a shortage of parking spaces in the community. It is a dilemma to try to free the fire escape but the car has nowhere to stop."

  A property staff member in the small area said that there are multiple property units in the Erlizhuang community, so the management of each building is also handled by different property companies. "We can only help to reflect this problem and let the parking company at the entrance of the community keep it under control. To manage the parking chaos, the community should also take the lead in optimizing the parking within the community."

 Witness 3

  Charge the fly wire beside the gas tank

  On the evening of May 10th, the reporter came to Sanli District, Xincun, Fengtai District. According to citizens' reports, the charging of flying wires in this community is relatively common.

  In front of Unit 4 in Building 41, the reporter saw that the two patch panels hung from the 5th and 6th floor of the unit to the first floor, which were stuck on the letter box inside the unit door. It is ironic that just next to the two flying lines hang down, a "fire safety reminder" composed of four photos is posted on the wall here. The accompanying text of one of the photos reads: "Flying wire is undesirable, harming you, me, and everyone."

  In Building 31, which is not far from Building 41, the charging condition of the flying cable also exists, which makes people more frightened. The two flying lines also fell along the upper floors, and one of them was charging an old scooter parked in front of the building. Less than half a meter from the charging port is the outdoor gas tank of the building. Although the message "Fireworks and firecrackers are prohibited in the surroundings and charging equipment is installed" is posted on the gas tank, the charging of the flying wire has occurred.

  Resident Mr. Li said that the buildings in Sanli Community of Xincun were built around the 1990s. Not only are the buildings old, the gas pipeline is located outside the building, and the fire-fighting facilities in the building are also very old. "There is no fire hydrant in the building, only two small fire extinguishers are placed at the door of the building. If the flying line catches fire, it is really hard to say whether it can be saved in time."

  In response to the charging situation of flying lines in the community, the reporter contacted the Xincun Project Department of Beijing Shouhua Property Management Co., Ltd. A property staff member said that it was difficult to manage the status of flying wire charging. All they could do was persuade, but it would be hard to tell if the owners could not hear it. "The most important thing for the management of flying wires is that the owners must pay attention to it first. "

Reporter's notes

  The clarification of power and responsibility lies in the implementation

  The newly implemented “Beijing Property Management Regulations” clearly stipulates that owners, property users, property service personnel, etc. shall not commit the following acts: illegally pulling wires and cables to charge electric vehicles, electric bicycles, electric motorcycles and electric tricycles; Unauthorized use of ground locks, stone piers, fences and other obstacles and piles of debris, etc., occupy, block, close fire control passages, evacuation passages and other common parts, or damage common facilities such as firefighting facilities. The property service person shall discourage and stop the acts of privately pulling wires and occupying firefighting passages. If the dissuasion or suppression is invalid, it shall be reported to the administrative law enforcement agency in time, and the fire rescue agency shall order it to make corrections and impose corresponding penalties.

  The fire control channel is a life channel that cannot be blocked. Only by persevering in the safety management work can the residents of the community have a peaceful living environment. In the past daily management of the community, the charging of flying lines and the obstruction of fire passages have been condemned and pursued because of unclear powers and responsibilities. The promulgation of the "Beijing Property Management Regulations" is precisely for these long-standing pain points. The relationship between law enforcement agencies, communities, properties, and residents has been cleared, and their respective responsibilities have become clearer.

  At present, the closed management of the Beijing community will continue. Most communities currently have only one entrance for pedestrians and vehicles. Once a fire occurs, the fire passage is blocked. It is not difficult to imagine that the pressure for rescue and evacuation will rise suddenly. Under such circumstances, it is particularly important whether the fire protection channels in the community can be kept unobstructed and the hidden fire hazards can be eliminated in the first place. What is most needed is for law enforcement departments, properties, and owners to act as soon as possible, management is not lacking, and thought is paid more attention. With the support of the "Regulations", relevant work must be done carefully and practically, and efforts can be made to eliminate every hidden fire hazard.

  Chen Shengyu Fu Dantong Wen and photo