Form SF242 "Fire Exit Drill & Fire Prevention Education in Schools" - Texas

What Is Form SF242?

This is a legal form that was released by the Texas Department of Insurance - a government authority operating within Texas. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on March 1, 2020;
  • The latest edition provided by the Texas Department of Insurance;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
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  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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SF242 | 0320
Fire Exit Drill & Fire Prevention Education in Schools
 One form is required for each campus.
 Please complete this form and keep it in your school or school district records for three years.
 Do not send this form to the State Fire Marshal’s Office.
School Name
Phone
School Year
Physical Address
City
County
Zip +4
School District
District ID#
Campus ID#
Name of the Fire Department serving the school campus
 Please mark an X in each appropriate box to indicate the grade levels in your school.
Sp. Ed.
ECE
PreK
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Fire Exit Drill Information
 School Fire Drills are required by local fire code adoption or, in areas without codes, the fire inspection rules of
the State Fire Marshal.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
March
April
May
June
July
Indicate the months that your school is
in session for 10 days or more.
Indicate the months that a fire drill was
conducted.
Fire Safety Education
 Fire safety education should include items such as home escape plans, kitchen safety, monthly smoke
detector checks, etc.
 Lessons may be found in Fire Safety for Texans curriculum guides at www.tdi.texas.gov/fire.
%
 The percentage of students participating in age appropriate Fire Safety Education during the school year is
Certification
I certify that the above information is correct.
School administrator signature
Title
Printed name
Date
Preparation of this form is mandated by the Texas Insurance Commissioner through the adoption of the “Fire Suppression Rating Schedule.” This
schedule enumerates specific credit points used in calculating local insurance rates. A minimum of nine (9) drills is needed, one (1) per month for
each month having 10 school days or more to achieve full credit for fire drills. If you have questions on fire drills, contact your local fire
official. For more information about fire exit drill requirements in Texas, go to http://www.tdi.texas.gov/fire/fmschl.html.
Information solicited in this form will be combined with that of other schools served by specific fire departments and used to calculate
insurance rates for your community. In addition to the enhancement to student safety that comes from holding regular fire exit drills and by
providing fire prevention education, the residents in your community may benefit from lower insurance rates. Questions relating to this form may
be directed to the State Fire Marshal’s Office by email to fire.marshal@tdi.texas.gov. Please do not send forms to the State Fire Marshal.
SF242 | 0320
Fire Exit Drill & Fire Prevention Education in Schools
 One form is required for each campus.
 Please complete this form and keep it in your school or school district records for three years.
 Do not send this form to the State Fire Marshal’s Office.
School Name
Phone
School Year
Physical Address
City
County
Zip +4
School District
District ID#
Campus ID#
Name of the Fire Department serving the school campus
 Please mark an X in each appropriate box to indicate the grade levels in your school.
Sp. Ed.
ECE
PreK
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Fire Exit Drill Information
 School Fire Drills are required by local fire code adoption or, in areas without codes, the fire inspection rules of
the State Fire Marshal.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
March
April
May
June
July
Indicate the months that your school is
in session for 10 days or more.
Indicate the months that a fire drill was
conducted.
Fire Safety Education
 Fire safety education should include items such as home escape plans, kitchen safety, monthly smoke
detector checks, etc.
 Lessons may be found in Fire Safety for Texans curriculum guides at www.tdi.texas.gov/fire.
%
 The percentage of students participating in age appropriate Fire Safety Education during the school year is
Certification
I certify that the above information is correct.
School administrator signature
Title
Printed name
Date
Preparation of this form is mandated by the Texas Insurance Commissioner through the adoption of the “Fire Suppression Rating Schedule.” This
schedule enumerates specific credit points used in calculating local insurance rates. A minimum of nine (9) drills is needed, one (1) per month for
each month having 10 school days or more to achieve full credit for fire drills. If you have questions on fire drills, contact your local fire
official. For more information about fire exit drill requirements in Texas, go to http://www.tdi.texas.gov/fire/fmschl.html.
Information solicited in this form will be combined with that of other schools served by specific fire departments and used to calculate
insurance rates for your community. In addition to the enhancement to student safety that comes from holding regular fire exit drills and by
providing fire prevention education, the residents in your community may benefit from lower insurance rates. Questions relating to this form may
be directed to the State Fire Marshal’s Office by email to fire.marshal@tdi.texas.gov. Please do not send forms to the State Fire Marshal.