(cf clause 80GG of EP&A Regulation 1994)(1) If:(a) a building’s fire exit includes any fire-isolated stairway, passageway or ramp, and(b) a notice in the form at the end of this clause is not at all times displayed in a conspicuous position adjacent to a doorway providing access to, but not within, that stairway, passageway or ramp,the occupier of the part of the premises adjacent to the stairway, passageway or ramp is guilty of an offence.
Maximum penalty: 100 penalty units.(2) The words “OFFENCE RELATING TO FIRE EXITS” in the notice referred to in subclause (1) (b) must be in letters at least 8 millimetres high, and the remaining words must be in letters at least 2.5 millimetres high.(3) A notice in the form prescribed under the Local Government Act 1919 or the Local Government Act 1993 for the purposes of a provision corresponding to this clause is taken to comply with the requirements of this clause.
OFFENCE RELATING TO FIRE EXITS
It is an offence under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979:(a) to place anything in or near this fire exit that may obstruct persons moving to and from the exit, or(b) to interfere with or obstruct the operation of any fire doors, or(c) to remove, damage or otherwise interfere with this notice.