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  • in reply to: part 3 #11541

    the AFM will still have to be the one to provide the information and testify at the hearing. thats all included in the disclosure.

    in reply to: Fire Inspection/Prevention Software #11506


    in reply to: NFPA 921 Course #11432

    i saw they were offering it in Almonte at the Mississippi Mills RTC and they were offering it at Lyndhurst RTC

    in reply to: part 3 #11431

    i spoke with Tawnya Roberts about this. and reviewed  the provincial offences act, anyone can swear an information, it doesnt need to be an assistant to the fire marshal. you dont even need to be a POA to swear an information

    in reply to: Clearance around and in front of an electrical panel #11382

    you wont find it in the OFC. id be more looking at accumulation of combustible materials. first the room has to be designed to store items other than having electrical equipment in there. and secondly, if the items in the room pose a fire hazard then you can have them removed.

    in reply to: Retrofit 9.5 #11381

    have they asked for another inspection? usually when buildings are sold they only ask for a file search to see if there are any open permits. if they are asking for an inspection, if 9.5 applies to the building then you need to look at all those items again, to me theres no such thing as a “simple inspection” items could have been missed or overlooked last time.

    in reply to: Fire Inspection/Prevention Software #11380

    we are currently going with BEEon. no idea how it works or its going to work. its supposed to have an inspection portion, but i have no idea

    in reply to: Smoke alarm replacement/installtion. #11228

    we too have a door to door program, the number of homes we visit each year varies on the amount of members that participate, but we usually hit around 200-250 homes(i usually plan for around 300-400). we installed roughly $3000 worth of alarms last year, which was thanks to a grant we received. this year we had to drop the number of homes targeted due to not having any grants, and we just cant budget that much money for just alarms.  Additionally we have never charged for the alarms we installed, either during our program or when crews find it on calls. i will however issue a ticket if its found on a call. I’m not sure they can scrap the entire program, as your required to have some kind of smoke alarm program as outlined in PFSG 04-40B-03. i totally agree with the amount of work/life saved issue, and thankfully my chief is on the same page.

    in reply to: can/ulc s-524 #11036

    i do have the online access, but its always nice to have a paper copy in hand

    never heard of it, we are going with BEEon.

    what software are you going with? we are in the process of implementing software ourselves, and i have no idea how the prevention portion of it is going work yet either

    in reply to: Code Updates? #11010

    usually there is an amendment package to insert into your code book though

    in reply to: Code Updates? #11008

    never got it

    in reply to: Apartment suites with self closing doors #10973

    the door is a requirement for the fire separation, so yes it must remain closed. you can issue a ticket for it also

    Closure in fire separation wedged open
    Article of Division B

    the self closing feature is also part of the door , which is a fire separation, so yes it has to be inspected as part of the separations

    in reply to: challenge coin #10947

    thanks robert!

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