32. The principal or head of every college, seminary, school, convent, asylum or institution operating a hospital centre, shall, so far as possible, instruct the pupils or other occupants as to what is to be done in case of fire, and show them how to use the safety appliances and fire-extinguishers.
Fire-drill shall be practised from time to time, under the supervision of the principal or head of the institution, and of the inspector if he thinks proper.
The owner or principal of every college, convent, boarding school, or other educational establishment, shall constantly keep posted in the parlour of the building, a certificate signed by the inspector, attesting that all precautions touching the safety of the pupils, boarders or other occupants of the building, in case of fire or panic, have been taken, according to law and to the satisfaction of the inspector.
R. S. 1964, c. 149, s. 32; 1971, c. 48, s. 161; 1992, c. 21, s. 333.