Q. What do I do to get off this site?
A. Correct the violations and have your Assistant Deputy State Fire Marshal come back to inspect the corrected violations.
Q. Why does this site exist?
A. The "Comprehensive Fire Safety Act" states this site will be made available to the public.
Q. What do I do if I do not think I should be on this site?
A. Contact your Assistant Deputy State Fire Marshal that did your inspection.
Q. Will variance requests be heard from buildings that cannot obtain the required separation between occupancies?
A. Yes, the Board of Appeal and Review will hear variance requests on a case by case basis if deemed necessary by the AHJ.
Q. Will the Red Book still be used in certain cases?
A. Yes the Red Book will be revised and used when noted. The rules & regs. will be used and are presently under revision.
Q. Will the re-hab code still be used?
A. Yes, if requested but on a limited basis due to the fact that there is an
existing building section in the new NFPA codes.
Q. What is the purpose of this site?
A. To make the public aware of places that have constant fire code violations and are habitual offenders.
Q. Where can I view the 2003 Life Safety and 2003 Uniform Fire Codes?
A. They will be accessible through the State Fire Marshal's web site via a link to NFPA.