Types of Fire Permits
Automatic Extinguishing Systems
To install or to modify any fire extinguishing system.
Fire Alarm and Detection System
To install or to modify any fire alarm or detection equipment
Solar Photovoltaic Power Systems
To install or to modify any solar power systems, commercial or residential
Flammable / Combustible Liquids
To install or repair or modify or remove systems containing combustible or flammable liquids.
To install, or store or use, repair or abandon compressed gas systems or tanks.
Smoke Control or Exhaust Systems
To install or alter smoke control or exhaust system.
Spray and Dipping Operations
To install or modify a spray room, dip tank or booth.
Emergency Radio Systems
To install or modify an emergency responder radio system.
Storage battery systems of a liquid capacity of more than 50 gallons
Installation or alteration to outdoor stationary fluid systems for storage or use
Installation or modification to fire pumps and related devices, fuel tanks, jocky pumps, generators and controls.
Install or modify a gate across a fire access point or road.
To install, store, use, modify or abandon systems or tanks with hazardous materials.
Stand Pipe Systems
To install, modify, or remove a standpipe system.
To install industrial ovens as covered in chapter 30.
An operational permit allows the applicant to conduct an operation or a business for which a permit is required. The permit is issued when the business successfully completes its annual inspection, semi-annual inspection or new business inspection. The most common operational permits are:
Carbon Dioxide Systems
Required for operation of a beverage dispensing system where more than 100 pounds of carbon dioxide is used.
To store, use, or handle at normal temperature and pressure.
Cutting and Welding
REQUIRED WHERE CUTTING AND WELDING OPERATIONS TAKE PLACE.
High Pile Storage
Where a building or portion of with an area of 500 square feet or more is used for high pile storage.
Motor Fuel Dispensing
For the operation of automotive, marine and fleet motor fuel-dispensing facilities.
Places of Assembly
Where 50 or more people gather for business or pleasure.
Required for all buildings or portions of buildings used for the repairing of motor vehicles or similar type repair shops.
Temporary Membrane Structures
To operate or install an air supplies structure, temporary stage or a tent having more than 400 square feet.
Additional Operational Permits
To manufacture, store or handle level 2 or 3 products in excess of 500 pounds.
Carnivals and Fairs
To conduct and operate.
When use of a solvent base for cleaning.
To manufacture, store, handle, sale or use of any quantity of explosives or fire works.
To use, operate, store, or handle class I, II or III liquids.
To store, transport on site, dispense, use or handle amounts that exceed table 105.6.21
Hot Work Operations
Where demonstrations or portable equipment inside a building, roof covering application or within a fire risk area.
Open Flames / Candles
Is required when in connection with assembly areas, dining areas, or drinking establishments.