These regulations (“Regulations”) govern the rules for using parking spaces inside and outside Adgar PDT’s building.
1. General provisions.
In order to ensure the proper functioning of the Adgar PDT Wola Building (hereafter: the Building) and to ensure that Tenants use the areas handed over to them in accordance with the provisions of the Lease Agreements, these Regulations are introduced.
For the purposes of these Regulations, the expressions and phrases given below shall have the following meanings:
“Tenants” – entities to whom the Landlord has handed over office or service areas in the Building for use;
“Parking Lots” – areas as defined in Clause 4.2.3 of these Regulations;
“Areas Handed Over to the Tenant” – office or service areas in the Facility, handed over to the Tenant pursuant to an Agreement with the Tenant.
“Tenant’s Work”– activities undertaken by the Tenant in accordance with Clause 10.2 of these Regulations;
“Regulations” – these Regulations together with all appendices;
“Agreements with Tenants” – agreements under which the Landlord has handed over areas in the Building to the Tenants;
“Building Manager” – the company Savills Property Management Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw 00-133, Al. Jana Pawła II 22
Contact telephone and e -mail addresses:
Agnieszka Stręk – [email protected] +48 602 566 034
Wioletta Nowotnik – [email protected] +48 602 566 088
ADGAR BCVIII SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ
ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ SPÓŁKA KOMANDYTOWA
Al. Jerozolimskie 181B, 02-222 Warsaw
Other definitions and expressions capitalized in these Regulations have the meanings given to them in the Agreements with Tenants.
2. Purpose of the Regulations
The Regulations govern the following matters relating to the Building:
2.1. Identification of the different types of areas in the building, both those intended for the exclusive use by individual Tenants and the Common Areas intended for shared use by all Tenants.
2.2. Establishment of appropriate rules necessary to ensure the efficient operation of the Building, the proper performance of services to all Tenants and the proper operation of the facilities and equipment in the Building.
2.3. Determination of additional rights and obligations of the Tenants of the Building beyond those defined in the agreements with Tenants.
2.4. Determination of rules for the movement of persons and materials and their control, the maintenance of conditions for the general safety of the Building and its occupants and the protection of property.
2.5. Any other issues that affect the proper operation of the Building, in accordance with the relevant regulations and the agreements with Tenants.
2.6. Each Tenant of any areas in the Building is obliged to read and comply with these Regulations, as well as to obey the instructions of the Building Manager issued in accordance with the terms of the Regulations.
2.7. Tenants are obliged to assist and support the Building Manager in the proper implementation of the Regulations. Tenants will ensure that their staff, employees, customers, suppliers and visitors comply with the Regulations.
2.8. On the date of the takeover of the Areas Handed Over to Tenants, each Tenant will appoint a representative responsible for the compliance with the Regulations by staff, employees, customers, suppliers and guests of the respective Tenant. The Tenant shall provide the Building Manager in writing with the personal details of its representative together with a contact telephone number. Appendix No. 6 – “Tenant’s contact details”.
3. Effective date of the Regulations
The Regulations shall come into force in relation to each Tenant of the Building on the date of the agreement with the Tenant or user or on the date of delivery of the Regulations to the Tenant, whichever takes place later. In the event of any discrepancies between the Regulations and the provisions of the Tenant Agreement, the provisions of the Tenant Agreement shall prevail.
The Landlord or the Building Manager shall have the right to amend the Regulations to ensure better management and use of the Building.
Any changes are effective from the moment they are notified to the Tenants.
4. Description of the Building
The building is located at 8/12 Młynarska Street in Warsaw, postcode 01-194.
4.2. Description of the Building
The Building has a main entrance from Wolska Street, a lift lobby and an entrance from the parking lot, which is located at the rear of the Building. The Building has 4 above-ground storeys and 1 underground storey, where storage rooms, a maintenance room, and other technical rooms are located. There is a ground parking area on the side of Młynarska Street and on the rear of the Building.
The following areas are distinguished within the Building:
a) Fitness club area – its premises are located on the 1st floor,
b) Office area – offices are located on floors 2 to 3.
c) Service areas – service areas are located on level 0;
d) Warehouse areas – warehouse areas are located on level -1
e) Parking Lots – a surface parking lot is located on level 0 at the rear of the building and on the side of Młynarska Street. Access to the parking lots
is regulated in accordance with the individual Agreements with Tenants;
f) Common Areas – Common areas are located throughout the Building:
• Common areas available to Tenants
➢ Window hall,
➢ Outdoor areas.
• Common areas not accessible to Tenants
Common areas to which only the Landlord or the Building Manager and contractors engaged by the Landlord or the Building Manager have exclusive access include:
➢ Technical rooms,
➢ Telecommunications rooms,
➢ Security room,
➢ Social rooms for the Building’s staff,
In the event that access to the Common Areas is only possible through the Area Handed Over to the Tenant under the Tenant Agreement, the Tenant shall provide the Building Manager or its authorised agents with free access to such Common Areas.
4.2.1. Equipment and installations not accessible to Tenants
Facilities and installations to which only the Landlord or the Building Manager and Contractors engaged by the Landlord or the Building Manager have exclusive access include, in particular:
• Telecommunications installation risers,
• Plumbing and plumbing risers,
• Storm risers and storm sewers,
• Sewer pipes and installations including their ventilation,
• Water, technology, electrical installations and all related accessories,
• Exhausts, mechanical ventilation installation and associated ducts and pipes,
• Motors and other equipment that are part of installations or systems that are not accessible to Tenants,
• Access control and monitoring system installations
• Equipment and installations located in the suspended ceiling void (if applicable)
In the event that access to the equipment and systems listed above is only possible through the Area Handed Over to the Tenant under the Tenant Agreement, the Tenant shall provide the Building Manager or its authorised agents with free access to such equipment or systems.
5. Access to the Building
5.1. General information
Entrance for Tenants is possible from Młynarska Street through the barrier of the building for persons authorised under agreements concluded with the tenants (employees, contractors) and if they hold a valid access card (remote control) for the barrier. The entry of taxis, couriers, services, suppliers, visitors to the area is possible, but these entities should follow the guidelines of security, which will direct the respective vehicles to a temporary place for the visitor. If there is no room for visitors, security may refuse to allow vehicles in.
The main entrance to the building is possible from Wolska Street.
Access to the individual storeys of the building is by stairs or via the two available passenger lifts located in the lift hall and via one goods lift located in staircase A.
Direct access to the Areas Handed Over to Tenants remains the responsibility of the Tenants.
Access control readers are installed on the entrance doors to the Areas Handed Over to Tenants. Tenants’ employees have been issued with access control cards depending on their scope of authority. Entrance to the 1st floor fitness area is provided via a separate night entrance accessible from Wolska Street.
All deliveries should be agreed in advance with the Building Manager.
Bulky deliveries to Tenants’ premises or removal of bulky items, e.g., furniture or other equipment, must be carried out between 6 p.m. and 7 a.m. Monday to Friday or at weekends, after prior agreement with the Building Manager on the occurrence of the activity, how the lift is to be protected against damage (the inside of the lift must be protected against mechanical damage) and the entire transport route (walls, wall edges, floor). The Tenant is obliged to provide the Building Manager with a list of the persons responsible and carrying out the transport activities, as well as appoint the person responsible for the above transport on the part of the Tenant.
Any damage to the lifts and Common Areas caused by failure to properly secure deliveries shall be the responsibility of the Tenant to whom the delivery is made.
5.3. Movement of persons
5.3.1. Access to the office part of the building is electronically controlled with an access control system and supervised by security personnel.
5.3.2. The electronic controlled traffic system requires authorised persons to hold a magnetic access control card.
5.3.3. The access control card is issued by the Building Manager only on the basis of a written request issued by an authorised representative of the Tenant.
5.3.4. Designated office employees of the Tenants will have access to the Building and to the Leased Area 24 hours a day / 7 days a week by means of valid access control cards.
5.3.5. Tenants are responsible for their employees and visitors to the Building.
5.3.6. Officers of the police, health service, fire brigade or municipal technical services, summoned to the Building due to an accident, breakdown, emergency, etc., may enter the Building and the Leased Area without additional formalities upon presentation of their identity card or other document confirming the nature of their presence at the Building.
5.3.7. Dogs are allowed in the Building.
5.4. Building communication
5.4.1. Movement of persons between floors in the buildings takes place using two passenger lifts located in the main lobby of the building and a goods lift located in staircase A.
5.4.2. In the event of any abnormality in the operation of the lift, the Building Manager or security officer must be notified immediately, the marked button pressed and the security officer notified via the intercom.
5.4.3. There are three escape staircases in the Building.
5.5. Control of material movement
5.5.1. In order to prevent the possible unwanted removal of Tenants’ property or equipment from the Building, the Building Manager shall introduce a material movement control system. Tenants are required to inform Building Security if any materials are brought in and out of the leased area.
5.5.2. Tenants may not bring hazardous, flammable, explosive, poisonous, corrosive, reeking, etc. materials into the Building or such materials which – according to the relevant regulations – require special storage conditions (“Hazardous Materials”).
5.5.3. The Security Officer shall have the right to refuse to allow a person bringing Hazardous Materials into the Building or to keep them on deposit at the expense and risk of the Tenant who was the recipient of such delivery. Hazardous Materials will be secured by specialised crews or disposed of at the expense and risk of the Tenant who was the recipient.
5.5.4. Security officers have the right to identify the person bringing in Hazardous Materials and record his/her personal details, as well as to detain the person bringing in the Hazardous Materials in order to hand him/her over to authorised authorities. Disclosed attempts to bring Hazardous Materials into the Building will be reported to the police, the National Fire Service or other relevant crews.
5.5.5. The Tenant shall be fully responsible for any damage to the Building or other damage associated with the bringing of Hazardous Materials onto the Building.
6. Surface parking lot
6.1. Traffic regulations apply in the parking lots. Tenants and visitors are obliged to obey traffic signs and other signs posted in the parking lots and to strictly adhere to the guidelines provided by Building Security.
6.2. There is a speed limit of 5 km/h in the parking lots.
6.3. The parking lots are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, subject to the terms and conditions set out in the individual Agreements with Tenants.
6.4. Control of entry and exit from the surface and underground parking lots is possible via two separate entrances, each secured by a mechanical barrier and controlled by an access control reader. The barrier can be opened using an access control card/chip issued to the Tenants and provided with the appropriate authorisation.
6.5. The Tenant and his/her/its visitors shall strictly adhere to the directions of the Building Manager and security regarding vehicular traffic and all vehicle parking signs.
6.6. Within the parking lots the following actions are prohibited:
• Blocking, obstructing, barricading or otherwise impeding passage/entrance or access to gates or doors is strictly prohibited.
• Parking of vehicles outside the designated spaces, in entrances and in places designated for passing. Each vehicle can occupy one designated space. Cars parked incorrectly will be marked by placing a sticker on the vehicle’s windscreen urging them to stop the prohibited practice.
• The storage and tanking of any materials, fuels, etc. in the parking area is strictly prohibited.
• smoking and the use of open fires,
• unjustifiably leaving the vehicle with the engine running,
• parking vehicles with leaking fuel filler, leaking oil sump
• repairing, replacing cooling water, fuel or oil as well as polluting the car park in any other way.
6.7. The Landlord and the Building Manager shall not be liable for damage to or theft of vehicles in the parking lot. They are also not liable for injuries or damages resulting from accidents, collisions, crashes or other incidents. The Landlord and the Building Manager shall not be liable for vehicles left in the parking lot or for any property left in them.
6.8. The user of the parking lot shall be liable for any damage caused by himself/herself, his/her employees, contractors or vicarious agents of the Landlord and/or third parties.
6.9. The parking lot user is responsible for culpable contamination of the parking lots.
6.10. Bicycle parking shall take place in a designated area for this purpose. Bike racks are located at the rear of the building, next to the parking lot.
6.11. Motorbikes may only be parked in the space designated by the Building Manager and after signing the relevant Lease Agreement authorising access to the surface parking lot.
6.12. Drivers are not allowed to carry out fire hazardous activities in the parking lots, such as car repairs, storage or warehousing of goods, parking of vehicles outside the designated parking spaces.
6.13. Vans should be restricted to unloading and
7.1. All deliveries of materials to Areas Handed Over to Tenants at the Building shall be made from the parking spaces designated for Suppliers at the times specified in Clause 5 “Access to the Building”.
7.2. The maximum load for each 1-person vehicle is: max. 630kg/8 persons and for freight vehicles: max. 1,000 kg/13 persons and may not be exceeded.
8. Protection of property and security of premises
8.1. The Tenant is obliged to secure his/her/its own property. In this respect, the Tenant may introduce internal housekeeping regulations that do not conflict with these Regulations and the Building’s Fire Safety Manual.
8.2. Detailed rules concerning access to the Tenant’s premises are included in Appendix No. 1 to these Regulations, “Procedure for issuing keys to tenants’ usable areas of the building deposited with the building’s security”.
8.3. Keys/cards/chips/remote controls for the Areas Handed Over to Tenants shall be managed by the Tenants themselves according to their own rules.
8.4. The Tenant must hand over to the Building Manager one set of keys/card/chip/fob for access to the Areas Handed Over to Tenants. These keys will be deposited in the Secure Envelope in the security room. If there is an emergency on the Building and no keys are deposited in the Secure Envelope, the Manager has the right to break down the door to the leased area at the Tenant’s expense.
8.5. The conditions for the use of the key/secure envelope card and the use of the generic card are set out in Appendix No. 1.
9. Security system
9.1. The security system in the Building is in effect from Monday to Sunday between 00.00 and 24.00. Security staff are present on the ground floor in the building.
9.2. The tasks of the security system at the Building include:
• Carrying out access control procedures at the building (passenger and vehicle traffic).
• Control of cameras installed around the Building and in the parking lot.
• Patrolling the Common Areas in the Building.
• Monitoring the operation of general purpose equipment at the Building.
9.3. Building security does not cover Areas Handed Over to Tenants. Protection of Areas Handed Over
to Tenants and the movable property therein is the responsibility of the Tenants.
10. Rules for organising the renovation, alteration and modernisation of rooms in the Building.
10.1 Pursuant to the Building Law of 7 July 1994, the Building Manager maintains a “Building Log Book” intended for making records of renovations, alterations and modernisations carried out in the Building.
10.2 Only after written and prior approval of the Building Manager /Appendix No. 5 – Permission to Perform Work/ made on the basis of the technical documentation provided by the Tenant and executed in accordance with the “Construction Law”, the Tenant is entitled to:
a) carry out modernisation and functional changes to Areas Handed Over to Tenants.
b) make any interference with technical equipment, related to installations: air conditioning, water and sewage, energy,
c) carry out the installation of technical devices powered by electricity installation exceeding 2 kW,
d) make any interference with facilities relating to landline telephony, mobile telephony, Internet, fibre optics, cabling of technical infrastructure including computer infrastructure, aerial installation, satellite dishes, etc., provided they have been installed by the Tenant independently in accordance with the provisions of the lease agreement, the Tenant is obliged to inform the Landlord of the changes made and to submit the as-built documentation of the changes made
e) use building materials other than those typical and appropriate for the Building,
f) carry out corridor development, rearrangement of the Areas Handed Over to the Tenant.
10.3 Upon completion of the Works, the Tenant shall provide the Building Manager with as-built documentation with the changes made and a partial and final acceptance report.
10.4 So-called “noisy” works that cause disruption to the operation of the Building are strictly prohibited, including drilling, forging and grinding between 8:00 and 18:00 on weekdays. The Tenant is
required to include appropriate provisions in agreements with subcontractors
10.5 Any Tenant’s Work involving interference with the Building’s technical systems and installations must be carried out under the supervision of the Building Manager’s technical crews. The Tenant shall bear the costs of supervision.
10.6 The Tenant is liable for the contractors it employs as for its own acts or omissions. Any costs associated with repairs or cleaning by an entity employed by the Building Manager caused by the activities of the Tenant’s contractors shall be borne entirely by the Tenant. The detailed conditions for carrying out the works are set out in Appendix No. 2 “Conditions for obtaining consent for changes, procedures and guidelines for carrying out changes and improvements to the Adgar PDT Wola Building”.
10.7 The Tenant warrants that as a result of the Tenant’s Works, the Landlord or the Building Manager (as the case may be) shall not lose all or part of its rights under any warranty or guarantee. The Tenants shall be liable to the Landlord or the Building Manager (as the case may be) for any claims, losses, damages, costs or expenses incurred by the Landlord or the Building Manager as a result of the loss of warranty or guarantee rights. The Landlord or the Building Manager will always include in the consent for the Works the information whether the Works affect or may affect any guarantees or warranties in effect at that time.
11. Floor loads
11.1. The introduction of heavy equipment into the Building, e.g., safes, requires the prior approval of the Facility Manager. In order to grant this, the Building Manager may need to consult, at the Tenant’s expense, an architect or other competent authority. The Tenant will also bear the costs of adapting the space in terms of allowable loads to its needs. In justified cases, the Building Manager may refuse to grant such consent.
12. Maintenance of Areas Handed Over to Tenants
12.1. The Tenants shall be responsible for the proper maintenance of the Areas Handed Over to Tenants from a technical point of view and for keeping them clean, in particular minor expenditures that are charged to the Tenant include minor repairs to floors, doors and windows, painting of walls, floors and renovation of the inside of the entrance door, as well as minor repairs to installations and technical equipment that provide light, including replacement of light fittings and light sources, space heating, water supply and drainage.
12.2. The Building Manager provides the Tenants with advice and assistance in selecting maintenance and cleaning service providers for the Leased Area.
12.3. The Building Manager is responsible for cleaning windows in the Common Areas.
The regular cleaning of windows and/or blinds on Areas Handed Over to Tenants is the responsibility of the Tenants.
13. Storage in the Leased Premises
13.1. The storage of hazardous, flammable, explosive, poisonous, corrosive, foul-smelling, etc. materials or those which, according to the relevant regulations, require special storage conditions is prohibited. Other items or materials must be stored in Areas Handed Over to Tenants in accordance with the Regulations and applicable sanitary and health and safety regulations.
13.2. It is prohibited to bring into the building materials that may endanger the health or life of people.
14. Access to Areas Handed Over to Tenants for Maintenance and Repairs
14.1. The Building Manager shall have the right of access to the Areas Handed Over to Tenants and to the equipment and installations therein and to carry out repair or maintenance work in accordance with the terms of the individual Agreements with Tenants.
14.2. Entrances to the Areas Handed Over to Tenants to inspect the condition of the Areas Handed Over to Tenants and equipment or to carry out maintenance and repairs shall take place with prior notice.
14.3. In the event of an emergency, the Building Manager shall have the right to access the Areas Handed Over to Tenants and the equipment and installations in the Areas Handed Over to Tenants without prior notice to the Tenant, by notifying the persons on behalf of the Tenant listed in Appendix No. 4 “Emergency Details of the Tenant” of the emergency.
14.4. Some doors leading to the technical areas of the Building are located in the Areas Handed Over to Tenants. In order to enable the Building Manager to carry out its maintenance or cleaning duties, the Tenant must ensure that the doors leading to the technical areas of the Building are kept free at all times.
14.5. Detailed regulations regarding access to Areas Handed Over to Tenants are set out in Appendix No. 1 to the Regulations “Rules for access to Tenant premises by the Landlord, persons authorised by the Landlord and the technical and maintenance crews of the Building”.
15. Moving in and moving out of the Areas Handed Over to Tenants
15.1. Tenants are obliged to inform the Facility Manager of the move-in or move-out of the Areas Handed Over to Tenants under the terms of the Tenant Agreements, and in any event no later than seven days in advance, with a view to:
• agree access routes in the Common Areas to be used for transporting office furniture and
office equipment so as not to cause inconvenience to other Tenants;
• agree on the booking of passenger lifts (max. 630 kg / 8 persons each) or freight lifts (max. 1,000 kg / 13 persons) for moving in or moving out of the Building;
• agree on the measures the Tenant will take to protect the Common Areas (lifts, walls, floors, etc.) from damage.
The Tenant shall also inform the Building Manager of the type, approximate size and weight of all furniture and equipment to be transported to or from the Building.
15.2. The Tenant shall bear the cost of repairing any damage to the Building caused during moving in or moving out of the premises.
15.3. Provisions for moving in and moving out of the service premises will be determined separately for each Tenant and will require the prior approval of the Building Manager.
15.4. A detailed procedure for the removal and movement of goods can be found in Appendix No. 10.
16. Use of Common Areas
16.1. In connection with the use of the Areas Handed Over to Tenants, the Tenants shall be entitled to the free use of the Common Areas of the Building in accordance with their original purpose. In using the Common Areas, Tenants shall not impede the use of the Common Areas by others or infringe their rights, and shall comply with the following provisions:
• No items of any nature or duration of storage shall be left or stored on the Common Areas;
• The Common Areas must not be used for work, regardless
of the nature or duration of such work.
• Incoming and outgoing employees, visitors and suppliers of the Tenant shall not carry out activities that could interfere with other Tenants’ ability to quietly use their part of the Areas Handed Over to Tenants, as well as the Common Areas;
• Tenants shall report to the Building Manager any deficiencies or damage to the Common Areas or equipment installed in these areas.
• Repairs of damage to the Common Areas caused by actions of an unidentified person will be included in the overall Building service charge budget.
16.2. The Building Manager shall have the right to remove any items stored or left in the Common Areas at the expense and risk of the responsible Tenant, without prior notice or consent of the Tenant.
17. Advertising and posting of notices
17.1. The display of advertisements and notices on the Common Areas and the façade of the Building (including windows) is prohibited, with the exception of the signage permitted in the Tenant Agreements.
17.2. Tenants may not in any way use the name of the Building, i.e., “Adgar PDT Wola”, for purposes other than to designate the address, or use illustrations or symbols resembling the Building or its part on business stationary, envelopes, letters, announcements, advertisements, containers or packaging without the Landlord’s prior written consent. The Tenant may not advertise the business activities, profession or other activities carried out by the Tenant in the Building in a manner involving detrimental reference to the Building.
18.1. Smoking is prohibited throughout the Building and within 7 metres of the boundary of the Building, except in designated areas.
19. Waste storage
19.1. Tenants of the office premises may use the waste bins located in the waste bins provided that they comply with the rules set out in the Act on Maintaining Cleanliness and Order in Municipalities in a selective (segregated) manner.
19.2. The Tenant shall transport his/her/its waste to the bins located in the designated area in sealed containers or bags.
19.3. It is forbidden to store bulky waste such as pallets, used furniture, household appliances, white and brown goods, batteries, etc. in the waste bins. The Tenant shall dispose of such waste on its own account.
19.4. Waste of an environmentally hazardous nature that cause damage or pollution must be disposed of in accordance with waste disposal regulations.
19.5. The discharge of any flammable or noxious materials into the sewerage system etc. is
20.1. Each Tenant shall be liable for causing damage to person or property as a result of failure to comply with or breach of any provision of the Regulations.
21. Other provisions
21.1. The Tenant may not carry out any activities that could damage the reputation of the Building.
21.2. Canvassing and door-to-door trading are prohibited on the Building.
21.3. Any renovation work on the leased areas should be agreed with the Landlord.
21.4. No posters or advertisements are permitted on the external façade of the Building or internally on the walls and pillars of the Common Areas. In exceptional circumstances, Tenants may place advertisements with the prior and written consent of the Building Manager.
21.5. Incidents of violations of the law or crimes in the Building shall be reported immediately to the Building Manager, security personnel or directly to the police.
21.6. It is forbidden to place any objects on the escape routes (corridors, escape staircases and escape staircase vestibules).
21.7. The Building Manager must be informed immediately of any breaches of the Regulations.
21.8. On the date of acquisition of the Areas Handed Over to Tenants and within 14 days of the date of introduction of these Regulations, each Tenant shall provide completed appendices.
22. Emergency procedures
22.1. Fire training for Tenants’ employees.
The Tenant shall organise and document that it has provided fire training for its employees. The Tenant shall provide the Building Manager with a “Statement of Familiarization with IBP and Fire Training for Employees” /Appendix No. 3/.
The Building Manager shall have the right to organise, at least once every two years, a fire safety exercise consisting of a test evacuation of the Building in accordance with the applicable regulations for such evacuation.
The Tenant shall ensure that all emergency exits on Areas Handed Over to Tenants, including lobby lift doors, are easily accessible and not blocked.
Evacuation of persons from the Building shall be ordered in the event of:
• the outbreak of a fire, the size of which may endanger the health or life of people;
• a breach of the Building’s structure that poses a risk of a building disaster;
• information about bombing, gas emissions, etc.;
• act of terrorism
The right to manage the evacuation is vested in the State Fire Brigade, the Police, and an authorised representative of the Building Manager.
The evacuation alarm is sounded by Building Security or anyone who notices a fire in the Building by pressing the Manual Fire Alarm or when a smoke detector is triggered.
22.3. Lift malfunction
In the event of a lift malfunction, a detailed procedure can be found in Appendix No. 9 “Procedure to be followed in the event of a lift malfunction / releasing of passengers”.
In the event of flooding, a detailed procedure can be found in Appendix No. 7 “Instruction in case of with flooding in the ‘Adgar PDT Wola’ building”.