Fire Code Inspector II

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Fire Code Inspector II"

Transcription

1 Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job. DEFINITION To perform a variety of duties associated with providing the city with an effective fire prevention program; to inspect a variety of buildings, facilities and structures; to determine origin and cause of fires; to ensure proper handling of hazardous materials; to give educational and informative presentations to City staff and the general public; and to enforce local, state and federal fire prevention standards, codes, laws and ordinances. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the journey level class of the Fire Code Inspector series. Included in this classification are assigned areas of Code Inspection, Fire Origin and Cause, and Hazardous Materials. This class is distinguished from the Fire Code Inspector I by demonstrating competencies at the second or intermediate level of progression which has met the job performance requirements specified in NFPA standard 1031, Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner, for level I or II as specified and other requirements or certifications as listed. This position conducts most types of inspections and interprets applicable codes and standards as well as performs specific fire code analysis and inspection or other specialized tasks as may be required. Employees at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise, and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the division and department. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are normally filled by advancement from the Fire Inspector I level, or when filled from the outside, have prior experience. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives supervision and direction from upper level management. Exercises no supervision. 1

2 ESSENTIAL FUNCTION STATEMENTS--Essential responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: In addition to the essential functions listed below for Fire Code Inspector I as stipulated in NFPA 1031 for Inspector I, other essential functions include responsibilities and duties of assigned area. 1. Witness and the testing and installation of a variety of fire detection and protection equipment including fire sprinkler systems, kitchen hood fixed fire protection systems, halon systems, flammable liquid spray paint booths, fire alarms and other detection systems for code compliance; remain current on related technology, apparatus and computer software. 2. Examine the interiors and exteriors of buildings to determine hazardous conditions or violations of applicable fire codes; interpret plans, blueprints and mechanical drawings in the field to ensure proper installation and code compliance; consult with business owners, contractors, consultants and engineers concerning unsafe conditions; recommend corrective action; verify compliance. 3. Coordinate assigned activities and services with those of other City departments and outside agencies. 4. Maintain and update a variety of files and records concerning inspection activities, phone calls and meetings; operate computer system to prepare related reports and correspondence. 5. Consult with business owners, architects, engineers and hazardous materials specialists regarding the safe usage, handling, transport and storage of hazardous materials and flammable/combustible liquids; ensure that businesses are storing and using hazardous materials in accordance with pertinent codes and laws. 6. Provide assistance in the event of a large emergency. 7. Assigned area of responsibility: Code Inspector: Process Permit Application given a specific request with issuance or denial of permit based on applicable codes, standards, and local ordinances. Process plan review applications. Investigate complex complaints relevant to the fire code. Compute maximum allowable occupant loads for multi use buildings. Evaluate fire protection systems and equipment provided for life safety and property protection to ensure system is approved for occupancy or hazard to be protected. Determine fire growth potential in a building ensuring contents and construction features are in compliance with codes. 2

3 Review shop drawings or plans to ensure that deficiencies are noted for construction type, occupancy classification, systems required, and egress elements. Maintain complete and accurate records of inspections and communications on buildings and processes inspected or issues investigated. Provide cause and origin determination of a fire, including minor follow-up work on fire investigations. Photograph, video tape, and sketch incident scenes, code violations, evidence, and fire damage. Maintain accurate files of all fire investigation and inspection related items. Give expert testimony in criminal, civil, and judicial proceedings concerning incidents of code violations or fire investigations. Evaluate conditions and requirements for storage, handling and use of hazardous materials. Inspect new and existing hazardous materials occupancies, in conjunction with the group's hazardous materials emergency response team, to identify problems and potential hazards, educate business and property owners, and suggest remedies; file related documentation. Meet with consultants, engineers, architects, contractors and business representatives concerning prospective and existing hazardous materials facilities; inform concerned parties about proper usage, storage and handling procedures; answer related questions. Provide research and prepare a variety of reports and summaries of inspection activities, chemical research and related meetings; submit to appropriate City staff and outside agencies. Observe various tests and installation procedures associated with the storage and use of hazardous materials; file related documentation. Serve as liaison for the department to various state and local agencies concerning hazardous materials issues and concerns. Maintain and update detailed files and records concerning hazardous materials inventories, management plans, emergency response plans and other information; retrieve documents as needed and at the request of higher level City staff. Respond to hazardous materials emergency incidents; advise the department and other public safety personnel of the most effective and safe methods of dealing with the situation. 3

4 Answer questions from the general public concerning hazardous materials and household waste disposal and storage. 8. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required. Knowledge of: Current fixed fire protection/detection systems technology. Proper handling, usage and storage of hazardous materials. Methods and techniques of data collection and report preparation. Methods and techniques of filing and record keeping. Inspection principles and practices of various building construction techniques. Safe work practices and procedures. Modern computer hardware and software applications. Principles of training coworkers. Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations, including the locally adopted Fire Code, Building Code, Mechanical Code and related hazardous materials legislation. Assigned area of responsibility: Code Inspector: - Permit and Plan review application processes. - Building construction specific to fire rated construction practices. - Requirements for developing Emergency evacuation plans for different occupancies. - Basic fire behavior, flame spread, and smoke development ratings of contents, interior finishes, decorations, furnishings, and building construction. - Basic plan review knowledge. - Various manufacturing, assemble, business processes, and operations. - Principles and practices of data collection and report preparation. - Modern office procedures and equipment including computers and word processing/database software. - Fire origin and cause. - Interviewing/Interrogation techniques. - NFPA 921 guide for Fire and Explosive investigations 4

5 Ability to: - Investigation procedures and applicable laws concerning the parameters of operating at a possible crime scene. - Practical knowledge of building construction practices, automobile components, and properties of electricity. - Laws and procedures related to the search for, and securing of evidence and its admissibility in a court of law. - Various manufacturing, assemble, business processes, and operations. - Courtroom procedures and legal terms. - Characteristics of a variety of hazardous materials. - Methods and techniques of using, storing, and handling a variety of hazardous materials. - Methods and techniques of suppressing emergency incidents caused by or involving hazardous materials. - Geography of the city and the surrounding area. - Workings of a variety of specialized hazardous materials testing equipment and emergency communication devices. - Principles and procedures of construction, building, plumbing and electrical wiring. - Principles and practices of data collection and report preparation. - Modern office procedures and equipment including computers and word processing/database software. Learn, apply, interpret and enforce the full range of pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations, including the locally adopted Fire Code, Building Code, Mechanical Code and related hazardous materials legislation. Learn to operate a variety of specialized inspection equipment including hydrant and light testing equipment, decibel measuring equipment, hazardous materials analysis equipment, vapor analysis equipment and air velocity meters. Inspect buildings, facilities and structures to ensure compliance with applicable fire and safety codes. Read and comprehend construction plans, blueprints and mechanical drawings. Maintain and update a variety of files and records. Interpret and explain City policies and procedures. Prepare clear and concise reports. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. 5

6 Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Assigned area of responsibility: Code Inspection: - Perform the full range of fire code inspection duties as specified in NFPA 1031 for Inspector II. - Perform detailed inspections of buildings and structures. - Maintain detailed files and records. - Advise fire suppression and public safety personnel on proper course of action for emergency incidents. - Apply, interpret and recommend the full range of pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations, including the locally adopted Fire Code, Building Code Mechanical Code and related hazardous materials legislation. - Operate a variety of specialized inspection equipment including hydrant and light testing equipment, decibel measuring equipment, hazardous materials analysis equipment, vapor analysis equipment and air velocity meters. - Determine origin and cause of Fires. - Conduct minor follow-up work on fire investigations. - Interacting with members of law enforcement, attorneys, and members of the insurance community. - Educate members of various organizations, including CSFD on procedures of inspection, investigation, scene preservation, and evidence collection. - Photograph, video tape, and sketch incident scenes, code violations, evidence, and fire damage. - Maintain accurate files of all fire investigation and inspection related items. - Give expert testimony in criminal, civil, and judicial proceedings concerning incidents of code violations or fire investigations. - Perform the full range of fire code inspection duties as specified in NFPA 1031 for Inspector I. - Identify the applicable code or standard, given a fire protection, fire prevention, or life safety issue, so that the applicable document, edition, and section are referred. - Operate a variety of specialized inspection and investigation equipment including hydrant and light testing equipment, decibel measuring equipment, hazardous materials analysis equipment, vapor analysis equipment and air velocity meters. 6

7 - Perform the full range of fire code inspection duties as specified in NFPA 1031 for Inspector II. - Learn, interpret and apply pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations including Uniform Fire Codes and Uniform Building Code. - Perform detailed inspections of buildings and structures. - Maintain detailed files and records. - Advise fire suppression and public safety personnel on proper course of action for hazardous materials emergency incidents. - Provide advice and explanations concerning the proper use, storage and handling of hazardous materials. Experience and Training Guidelines Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Two years of increasingly responsible experience as a Fire Code Inspector I or equivalent. In the assigned area of hazardous materials, requires the two years of responsible experience in a position dealing with chemicals or hazardous materials; code enforcement experience is desirable. Training: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in area assigned: fire code inspection and construction technologies; Origin and Cause determination, interview techniques, and evidence collection; or in the usage, storage and handling of hazardous materials. License or Certificate Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Colorado drivers license. Certifications for assigned area of responsibility: Code Inspection: - Possession of, or ability to obtain, certification as an ICC Fire Inspector II within one year of hire. - Possession of at a minimum the National Fire and Explosives Investigators (NAFI) Certified Fire and Explosives investigator certification and/or other relevant certification as specified by the Fire Marshal within one year of hire. - Possession of, or ability to obtain, certification as an ICC Fire Inspector II within one year of hire. 7

8 - Obtain within one year of hire, an affidavit of NFPA 472 Hazardous Materials Awareness training. WORKING CONDITIONS Environmental Conditions: Based on assigned area of responsibility: Code Inspector: Field environment; travel from site to site; work closely with others; occasional emergency site work. On-call, standby and modified schedules may be required. The duties of this position take place at any time, seven days a week, 24 hours a day, for extended periods of time without relief. Fire ground duties are performed in all extremes of weather, height, heat and cold, noise, toxic atmospheres. At fire incidents the work can be very strenuous for prolonged periods of time, within a fire weakened, unstable structure, in the worst of conditions. This position also is subject to 24-hour recall to investigate fires, conduct fire inspections, or perform plans sections duties at major incidents as assigned. On-call, standby and modified schedules are an essential part of this job. Office/field environment; travel from site to site; exposure to a variety of hazardous materials; dust, grease, smoke, fumes, gases; work alone and closely with others. On-call, standby or modified schedules may be required. Physical Conditions: Essential and marginal functions may require maintaining physical condition necessary for sitting, standing and walking for prolonged periods of time; climbing ladders; occasional moderate lifting; audiovisual acuity; wearing of respiratory protective equipment from respirators to self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) depending on area of required operational responsibility and duties. 8

LANDSCAPE INSPECTOR I/II

LANDSCAPE INSPECTOR I/II LANDSCAPE INSPECTOR I/II Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties

More information

FIRE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY INSPECTOR I FIRE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY INSPECTOR II

FIRE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY INSPECTOR I FIRE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY INSPECTOR II CITY OF ROSEVILLE FIRE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY INSPECTOR I FIRE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY INSPECTOR II DEFINITION To perform technical and professional duties in the fields of fire and life safety inspection,

More information

POLICE SCENE TECHNICIAN I POLICE SCENE TECHNICIAN II

POLICE SCENE TECHNICIAN I POLICE SCENE TECHNICIAN II CITY OF ROSEVILLE POLICE SCENE TECHNICIAN I POLICE SCENE TECHNICIAN II DEFINITION To perform a variety of technical and specialized duties related to the investigation of crimes and traffic accidents;

More information

CITY OF THOROLD JOB DESCRIPTION - IAFF. Captain, Fire Prevention Officer CLASSIFICATION: Union

CITY OF THOROLD JOB DESCRIPTION - IAFF. Captain, Fire Prevention Officer CLASSIFICATION: Union CITY OF THOROLD JOB DESCRIPTION - IAFF JOB TITLE: Captain, Fire Prevention Officer CLASSIFICATION: Union DEPARTMENT: Fire and Emergency Services SALARY LEVEL: As per CA SUPERVISED BY: Fire Chief LOCATION:

More information

TOWN OF TRUCKEE. Receives general direction from the Director of Public Works/Town Engineer.

TOWN OF TRUCKEE. Receives general direction from the Director of Public Works/Town Engineer. TOWN OF TRUCKEE FLEET MANAGER DEFINITION To supervise, plan and coordinate the activities and operations of the Town s fleet maintenance and repair program; to coordinate assigned activities with other

More information

FLEET MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR

FLEET MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR Department: Public Works/Vehicle Bargaining Unit: Mid-Management Salary Range: M30 Last Revision: April 1995 FLEET MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR DEFINITION Under general direction, to supervise, assign, review

More information

Utility Technician Crew Leader

Utility Technician Crew Leader Utility Technician Crew Leader DEFINITION Under general direction, perform lead supervisory and technical work in the operation and maintenance of wastewater treatment process, collection systems, storm

More information

The listed examples of work are not intended to be all-inclusive. They may be modified with additions, deletions, or changes as necessary.

The listed examples of work are not intended to be all-inclusive. They may be modified with additions, deletions, or changes as necessary. CITY OF ENGLEWOOD (CO) invites applications for the position of: Assistant Fire Marshal An Equal Opportunity Employer SALARY: $34.10 - $44.34 Hourly $70,937.00 - $92,218.00 Annually OPENING DATE: 06/23/15

More information

POLICE SERGEANT. CITY OF SONORA JOB DESCRIPTION Amended 05-06-2002/09-19-2005/06-20-2011/07-01-2013/01-21-2014

POLICE SERGEANT. CITY OF SONORA JOB DESCRIPTION Amended 05-06-2002/09-19-2005/06-20-2011/07-01-2013/01-21-2014 CITY OF SONORA JOB DESCRIPTION Amended 05-06-2002/09-19-2005/06-20-2011/07-01-2013/01-21-2014 POLICE SERGEANT DEFINITION A Police Sergeant supervises, assigns, reviews and participates in the work of sworn

More information

COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER

COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties

More information

LEAD COLLECTION SYSTEMS WORKER

LEAD COLLECTION SYSTEMS WORKER LEAD COLLECTION SYSTEMS WORKER Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all

More information

Job Description. Classification: Full-time Prepared Date: May 19, Reports To: Commissioners Approved Date: 2/3/2016

Job Description. Classification: Full-time Prepared Date: May 19, Reports To: Commissioners Approved Date: 2/3/2016 Job Description Job Title: Maintenance Superintendent Prepared By: Superintendent Classification: Full-time Prepared Date: May 19, 2015 Department: Maintenance Approved By: Human Resources Reports To:

More information

POLICE SERGEANT. 6. Conduct a continuing review of assigned activities to identify problems and develop recommendations for improving services.

POLICE SERGEANT. 6. Conduct a continuing review of assigned activities to identify problems and develop recommendations for improving services. POLICE SERGEANT Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed

More information

COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER I COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER II

COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER I COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER II CITY OF ROSEVILLE COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER I COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER II DEFINITION To perform a variety of administrative and field support duties related to public safety activities and programs;

More information

JOB DESCRIPTION. DATE ISSUED: 02/09 FLSA: Exempt PTO: VCS TITLE. Director, Environmental, Safety and Health JOB SUMMARY

JOB DESCRIPTION. DATE ISSUED: 02/09 FLSA: Exempt PTO: VCS TITLE. Director, Environmental, Safety and Health JOB SUMMARY DATE ISSUED: 02/09 JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE Director, Environmental, Safety and Health JOB SUMMARY Serves as the chief assistant and adviser to the University s Risk Manager on issues that relate to life

More information

CITY OF BEAVERTON Plumbing Inspector Lead

CITY OF BEAVERTON Plumbing Inspector Lead CITY OF BEAVERTON Plumbing Inspector Lead General Summary Inspect residential and commercial buildings for compliance with all plumbing and mechanical codes, ordinances, standards, rules and regulations.

More information

Orange County Public Schools Job Description. AREA INSPECTOR SAFETY AND SECURITY (Regional Fire Official)

Orange County Public Schools Job Description. AREA INSPECTOR SAFETY AND SECURITY (Regional Fire Official) Orange County Public Schools Job Description AREA INSPECTOR SAFETY AND SECURITY (Regional Fire Official) QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Bachelor s degree from an accredited college or university with an emphasis in

More information

CLASS SPECIFICATION FORENSIC INVESTIGATOR II

CLASS SPECIFICATION FORENSIC INVESTIGATOR II CLASS SPECIFICATION Class Code: 2226 Date Est: 10/1989 Last Rev: 04/2014 Last Title Chg: 04/2014 FLSA: Non-exempt Probation: 12 Months FORENSIC INVESTIGATOR II DEFINITION Under general supervision, performs

More information

POLICE OFFICER. 4. Work in partnership with the District Attorney s Office to obtain and file criminal complaints on arrested subjects.

POLICE OFFICER. 4. Work in partnership with the District Attorney s Office to obtain and file criminal complaints on arrested subjects. POLICE OFFICER Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed

More information

FLEET MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR

FLEET MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR CITY OF HAYWARD FLEET MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR DEFINITION Under general direction, the, plans, assigns, supervises and evaluates the work of a crew of skilled and semi-skilled workers in the repair and maintenance

More information

FIRE CHIEF / ADMINISTRATOR

FIRE CHIEF / ADMINISTRATOR FIRE CHIEF / ADMINISTRATOR Purpose The primary purpose of this position shall be to administer and coordinate the daily operations and activities of the Eastwood Fire Protection District (the Fire District

More information

PROPOSITION M CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER

PROPOSITION M CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER PROPOSITION M CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to

More information

CLASS TITLE CLASS NUMBER PAY RANGE EFFECTIVE Arson Investigator /09/2005

CLASS TITLE CLASS NUMBER PAY RANGE EFFECTIVE Arson Investigator /09/2005 STATE OF OHIO (DAS) CLASSIFICATION SPECIFICATION CLASSIFICATION SERIES: Arson Investigation MAJOR AGENCIES: Commerce only SERIES NO.: 2653 EFFECTIVE DATE: 01/09/2005 SERIES PURPOSE: The purpose of the

More information

NORTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT JOB DESCRIPTION UTILITY OPERATIONS MANAGER

NORTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT JOB DESCRIPTION UTILITY OPERATIONS MANAGER GENERAL PURPOSE NORTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT JOB DESCRIPTION UTILITY OPERATIONS MANAGER The Utility Operations Manager will plan, organize, direct and review the activities of the water and wastewater

More information

Rhode Island State Fire Marshal Fire Protection Systems Narrative Reports. What is a Narrative Report?

Rhode Island State Fire Marshal Fire Protection Systems Narrative Reports. What is a Narrative Report? RHODE ISLAND DIVISION OF STATE FIRE MARSHAL 1951 Smith Street, North Providence, RI 02911 Telephone: (401) 383-7717 Fax: (401) 383-8879 John E. Chartier, EFO, CFI State Fire Marshal Rhode Island State

More information

City of Holly Hill, Florida JOB DESCRIPTION

City of Holly Hill, Florida JOB DESCRIPTION City of Holly Hill, Florida JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: DEPARTMENT: DIVISION: Police Officer (Part-time) Police Department Uniformed Patrol Division GENERAL DESCRIPTION Under the direct supervision of a

More information

FIRE INVESTIGATOR LEAD EVALUATOR HANDBOOK

FIRE INVESTIGATOR LEAD EVALUATOR HANDBOOK LEAD EVALUATOR HANDBOOK Reference Material needed for this course: NFPA 1033: Standard for Professional Qualifications for fire Investigator, 2009 Edition Jones and Bartlett, Fire Investigator, 3 rd Edition

More information

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS STATE BUILDING CODE 780 CMR, 6 th Edition FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS CHAPTER 9

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS STATE BUILDING CODE 780 CMR, 6 th Edition FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS CHAPTER 9 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS STATE BUILDING CODE 780 CMR, 6 th Edition FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS CHAPTER 9 GUIDELINES FOR THE PREPARATION OF FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM NARRATIVE REPORTS 780 CMR 903.1.1 State

More information

215 - LIEUTENANT City of Parma Fire Department

215 - LIEUTENANT City of Parma Fire Department 215 - LIEUTENANT City of Parma 1112 - Fire Department JOB SUMMARY The Fire Lieutenant is responsible for managing the daily operation and maintenance of a fire station and the personnel, apparatus, and

More information

Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST III DEFINITION Under general direction, performs complex professional level duties, including designing and implementing capital

More information

MADERA COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS ANALYST I INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS ANALYST II. Information Technology Systems Analyst I

MADERA COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS ANALYST I INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS ANALYST II. Information Technology Systems Analyst I MADERA COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS ANALYST I INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS ANALYST II DEFINITION Under general supervision (level I), or direction (level II), to analyze and make recommendations

More information

BUILDING MAINTENANCE WORKER I BUILDING MAINTENANCE WORKER II

BUILDING MAINTENANCE WORKER I BUILDING MAINTENANCE WORKER II CITY OF ROSEVILLE BUILDING MAINTENANCE WORKER I BUILDING MAINTENANCE WORKER II DEFINITION To perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled tasks related to the maintenance and repair of City buildings,

More information

Fire Community Risk Reduction Officer I

Fire Community Risk Reduction Officer I CITY OF ANAHEIM invites applications for the position of: Fire Community Risk Reduction Officer I SALARY: See Position Description OPENING DATE: 10/04/16 CLOSING DATE: Continuous DESCRIPTION: Part Time

More information

ATTORNEY GENERAL INVESTIGATOR

ATTORNEY GENERAL INVESTIGATOR MICHIGAN CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION JOB SPECIFICATION ATTORNEY GENERAL INVESTIGATOR JOB DESCRIPTION Employees in this job function as Attorney General Investigators performing investigative assignments in

More information

City of Tualatin Classification Description

City of Tualatin Classification Description Job Title: Property/Evidence Technician Department: Police Reports To: Police Services Supervisor FLSA Status: Non Exempt City of Tualatin Classification Description SUMMARY: Receives, inventories, controls

More information

JOB DESCRIPTION. *-- Drives and operates ambulance or other apparatus as assigned and/or operates as a member of medic engine or medic truck company.

JOB DESCRIPTION. *-- Drives and operates ambulance or other apparatus as assigned and/or operates as a member of medic engine or medic truck company. JOB DESCRIPTION Title: PARAMEDIC/FIREFIGHTER Department: Fire Class Code: 4302 FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Effective Date: July 1, 2000 (Rev 07/2010) Grade Number: 19 GENERAL PURPOSE Under general supervision

More information

JOB DESCRIPTION FIRE CHIEF

JOB DESCRIPTION FIRE CHIEF JOB DESCRIPTION FIRE CHIEF Clifton Fire Protection District 6/30/15 DEFINITION Under the administrative direction of the Board of Directors, Fire Chief plans, manages, oversees and directs the operations

More information

FIRE DEPARTMENT SANTA CLARA COUNTY

FIRE DEPARTMENT SANTA CLARA COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT SANTA CLARA COUNTY FIRE CAPTAIN DEFINITION Under the direction of the Battalion Chief or Deputy Chief, this classification is responsible for performing, directing, and supervising activities

More information

PARK DEVELOPMENT ANALYST I PARK DEVELOPMENT ANALYST II

PARK DEVELOPMENT ANALYST I PARK DEVELOPMENT ANALYST II CITY OF ROSEVILLE PARK DEVELOPMENT ANALYST I PARK DEVELOPMENT ANALYST II DEFINITION To perform professional level work in project management activities related to park and landscape design, construction,

More information

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR I CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR II

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR I CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR II CITY OF ROSEVILLE CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR I CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR II DEFINITION To inspect work quality and materials used in a variety of public works and utility construction projects including public

More information

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVESTIGATOR

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVESTIGATOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVESTIGATOR CITY OF HAYWARD DEFINITION The (HMI) will provide administrative and technical support to the Office of the Fire Marshal s Hazardous Materials Office, a State-Certified

More information

FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CONVENTIONS, TRADE SHOWS AND EXHIBITS

FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CONVENTIONS, TRADE SHOWS AND EXHIBITS FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CONVENTIONS, TRADE SHOWS AND EXHIBITS November 2011, Updated March 2012 COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE DEPARTMENT Division of the Fire Marshal If you have any questions or

More information

Building Mechanical Inspector Senior Building Mechanical Inspector Principal Building Mechanical Inspector Chief Building Mechanical Inspector - 2

Building Mechanical Inspector Senior Building Mechanical Inspector Principal Building Mechanical Inspector Chief Building Mechanical Inspector - 2 THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION CLASS SPECIFICATION 10-25-85 BUILDING MECHANICAL INSPECTOR, 4251 SENIOR BUILDING MECHANICAL INSPECTOR, 4253 PRINCIPAL BUILDING MECHANICAL INSPECTOR, 4255

More information

City of McDonough 136 Keys Ferry Street McDonough, Georgia JOB ANNOUNCEMENT. Crime Scene Technician

City of McDonough 136 Keys Ferry Street McDonough, Georgia JOB ANNOUNCEMENT. Crime Scene Technician City of McDonough 136 Keys Ferry Street McDonough, Georgia 30253 779-957-3915 JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Crime Scene Technician The City of McDonough is accepting applications for a full-time Crime Scene Technician.

More information

POSITION OPENING. Interested candidates should submit a resume and a County Employment application to:

POSITION OPENING. Interested candidates should submit a resume and a County Employment application to: POSITION OPENING POSTING DATE: April 1, 2013 DEPARTMENT: POSITION: HOURS: Maintenance Maintenance Coordinator (40 hr/wk) GRADE: 8 HOURLY WAGE: $13.769 - $14.303 APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 5 2013 Interested

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE INSPECTOR

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE INSPECTOR CITY OF SAN MATEO ADOPTED CC: 2-2-87 REVISED CC: 9-7-88 TITLE CHANGE CC: 9-5-70 REVISED CC: 10-7-96 REVISED CC: 5-20-02 REVISED CC: 9-3-13 GENERAL UNIT NON-EXEMPT ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE INSPECTOR DEFINITION

More information

MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS POSITION DESCRIPTION Title: Electronics Technician Building Control Systems

MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS POSITION DESCRIPTION Title: Electronics Technician Building Control Systems GENERAL DESCRIPTION To use technology to monitor and control the District s utility consumption in a manner that produces an acceptable atmosphere for learning while achieving reduced utilization and conservation

More information

Minnesota State Department of Public Safety

Minnesota State Department of Public Safety Minnesota State Department of Public Safety 444 Cedar Street, Suite 145, St. Paul, Minnesota 55101-5145 Phone: 651/215-0500 FAX: 651/215-0525 TTY: 651/282/6555 Internet: http://www.fire.state.mn.us Inspection

More information

Firefighter Applicant Handbook

Firefighter Applicant Handbook Firefighter Applicant Handbook Peter D O'Neill Fire Chief Grand Forks Fire Department 1124 DeMers Avenue Grand Forks, ND 58201 (701)746-2566 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Revised November 2013 City of

More information

Nevada City Administrative Offices plus other sites and locations generally within the City of Nevada

Nevada City Administrative Offices plus other sites and locations generally within the City of Nevada POSITION: PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR FLSA CLASSIFICATION: FACILITY AND WORK AREA: Exempt Nevada City Administrative Offices plus other sites and locations generally within the City of Nevada SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST

ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST CITY OF HAYWARD ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST DEFINITION Under the direction of the Hazardous Materials Program Coordinator, the Environmental Specialist with the Hazardous Materials Office will provide administrative

More information

Town of Orange Park Position Description. Job Title: Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal

Town of Orange Park Position Description. Job Title: Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal Town of Orange Park Position Description Job Title: Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal Department: Fire Reports to: Fire Chief Location: Fire Department FLSA Status: Exempt Status: Full time with benefits Safety

More information

CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER/ SENIOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER

CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER/ SENIOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER/ SENIOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER DEFINITION To plan, organize, direct and supervise public works construction projects and inspection operations within the Engineering

More information

Building & Safety Fern Avenue Lancaster, California

Building & Safety Fern Avenue Lancaster, California Building & Safety 44933 Fern Avenue Lancaster, California 93534 661 723 6144 AFFIDAVIT: SELF CERTIFICATION OF INSTALLATION OF SMOKE AND CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS FOR COMPLIANCE WITH SECTIONS R314 AND R315

More information

Page 1 of 5 CITY OF DAVIS Human Resources 23 Russell Blvd Davis, CA 95616 http://www.cityofdavis.org/ INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF: Fleet Manager An Equal Opportunity Employer SALARY $35.53

More information

RIGHT OF WAY AGENT I RIGHT OF WAY AGENT II

RIGHT OF WAY AGENT I RIGHT OF WAY AGENT II RIGHT OF WAY AGENT I RIGHT OF WAY AGENT II Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to

More information

HVAC MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR (Range 121)

HVAC MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR (Range 121) (Range 121) DEFINITION Supervises, plans, coordinates and performs a variety of fundamental and skilled work in the building and mechanical trades to ensure the overall physical integrity of District Locations.

More information

FIRE SAFETY SELF-INSPECTION FORM FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS

FIRE SAFETY SELF-INSPECTION FORM FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS FIRE SAFETY SELF-INSPECTION FORM FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS The attached self-inspection form is intended for staff use at regular, frequent intervals. It should not take the place of two other vital measures

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST I ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST II

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST I ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST II CITY OF ROSEVILLE ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST I ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST II DEFINITION To investigate and enforce state, and local regulations pertaining to mandated National Pollutant

More information

FREDERICK-FIRESTONE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINES

FREDERICK-FIRESTONE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINES FREDERICK-FIRESTONE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINES Section 100.5.7.5 Employee Job Descriptions POSITION DESCRIPTION POSITION TITLE: RESERVE EMT/FIREFIGHTER JOB STATUS: VOLUNTEER,

More information

City of Tigard Public Works Department. Project Coordinator Job Description

City of Tigard Public Works Department. Project Coordinator Job Description City of Tigard Public Works Department Project Coordinator Job Description DEFINITION Under general supervision, manages and coordinates the contracts, plans, schedules, and work of small to mid-sized

More information

WORKING IN CONFINED SPACES GUIDELINES

WORKING IN CONFINED SPACES GUIDELINES WORKING IN CONFINED SPACES GUIDELINES Contents 1 Introduction... 2 2 Scope... 2 3 Definitions... 2 4 Responsibilities... 3 4.1 Permit Authoriser... 3 4.2 Permit Receiver... 3 4.3 Responsible UOW Officer...

More information

Boerne Independent School District Job Description

Boerne Independent School District Job Description Boerne Independent School District Job Description Job Title: Fleet Manager Wage/ Hour Status: Reports to: Director of Transportation Pay Grade: Department: Transportation Date Revised: 12/4/2015 Primary

More information

PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST II

PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST II PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST II Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications

More information

Fire Medic Job Description (Career)

Fire Medic Job Description (Career) Fire Medic Job Description (Career) 1 Position Summary The Fire Medic is responsible for providing paramedic advanced life support (ALS) and operating all fire fighting apparatus, participating as a frontline

More information

City of Winder Job Description: Criminal Investigation Commander/Major Department: Police Rev 04/14

City of Winder Job Description: Criminal Investigation Commander/Major Department: Police Rev 04/14 Job Description: Criminal Investigation Commander/Major Department: Police Rev 04/14 EEO Function: Pay Grade: 25 EEO Category: Professional Status: Exempt Pay Type: Salary Position Number: 6388 I. Chain

More information

LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER Class Code: 7824 TITLE: REPORTS TO: SUPERVISES: Law Enforcement Officer Grade 21 Director Law Enforcement N/A JOB FUNCTION: Perform a variety of law enforcement activities for an assigned school District

More information

Development Services Guidelines

Development Services Guidelines Dear Customer/Developer: Balcones Heights 3300 Hillcrest San Antonio, Texas 78201 210-735-9148 ext 246 Fax: 210-735-9409 Development Services Guidelines Welcome to the City of Balcones Heights, we look

More information

STATE OF NEVADA Department of Administration Division of Human Resource Management CLASS SPECIFICATION

STATE OF NEVADA Department of Administration Division of Human Resource Management CLASS SPECIFICATION STATE OF NEVADA Department of Administration Division of Human Resource Management CLASS SPECIFICATION TITLE GRADE EEO-4 CODE SUPERVISORY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR II 43* D 13.241 SUPERVISORY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR

More information

Agency: Bismarck Rural

Agency: Bismarck Rural POSITION TITLE: Full Time Firefighter Agency: Bismarck Rural Fire Department 2013 FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Reports To: Fire Chief Description of Work General Statement of Duties: Performs firefighting work

More information

Auburn University Job Description. Job Summary. Essential Functions. Supervisory Responsibility. Job Title: Job Code: FLSA status:

Auburn University Job Description. Job Summary. Essential Functions. Supervisory Responsibility. Job Title: Job Code: FLSA status: Job Title: Job Code: FLSA status: Electrical Engineer JA04 Exempt Level I Grade 32 $35,000 - $58,400 Level II Grade 33 $39,300 - $65,500 Level III Level IV Grade 34 $45,100 - $75,100 Grade 35 $51,900 -

More information

POSITION DESCRIPTION NORTHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS September 2007

POSITION DESCRIPTION NORTHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS September 2007 POSITION DESCRIPTION NORTHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS September 2007 SECTION I: GENERAL INFORMATION Position Title: Master Electrician Department: Building & Grounds Immediate Supervisor s Position Title: Director

More information

ALBERTA FIRE CODE SAFETY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS

ALBERTA FIRE CODE SAFETY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS ALBERTA FIRE CODE SAFETY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS In this document are the fire safety equipment maintenance requirements that are found in Division B of the Alberta Fire Code (AFC 2006) for

More information

TYPICAL FIRE SAFETY INSPECTION VIOLATIONS

TYPICAL FIRE SAFETY INSPECTION VIOLATIONS TYPICAL FIRE SAFETY INSPECTION VIOLATIONS The following is a list of typical violations often found by inspectors and a generic solution. You can use this list to improve the safety of your facility, to

More information

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES CLASS SERIES RAILROAD SAFETY SERIES

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES CLASS SERIES RAILROAD SAFETY SERIES ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES CLASS SERIES RAILROAD SAFETY SERIES CLASS TITLE POSITION CODE RAILROAD SAFETY SPECIALIST I 37601 RAILROAD SAFETY SPECIALIST II 37602 RAILROAD SAFETY SPECIALIST

More information

CITY OF MILWAUKIE CLASSIFICATION: POLICE OFFICER DESCRIPTION:

CITY OF MILWAUKIE CLASSIFICATION: POLICE OFFICER DESCRIPTION: CLASSIFICATION: POLICE OFFICER CITY OF MILWAUKIE Department: Police Department: Grade Number: 12.5(73) FLSA: Non-exempt Location: Public Safety Building Union: MPEA EEO Category 4: Public Safety DESCRIPTION:

More information

FLA S FIRE SAFETY INITIATIVE

FLA S FIRE SAFETY INITIATIVE Improving Workers Lives Worldwide FLA S FIRE SAFETY INITIATIVE Preventing fires and saving lives by empowering workers and factory managers SCENARIO 1 OCCURS AT FACTORY ABC, WHICH HAS NOT IMPLEMENTED NECESSARY

More information

FIRE SAFETY SELF-INSPECTION FORM FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS. 1. All Floors (inspect from top floor to basement): Yes No

FIRE SAFETY SELF-INSPECTION FORM FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS. 1. All Floors (inspect from top floor to basement): Yes No General Inspection FIRE SAFETY SELF-INSPECTION FORM FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS 1. All Floors (inspect from top floor to basement): Yes are fire exits and directional signs properly illuminated? is the emergency

More information

Firefighter EMT/Paramedic

Firefighter EMT/Paramedic Job Posting Post: Internal & External Posting Number: 16-21 Apply: Longwood City Hall 175 W. Warren Ave Longwood, FL 32750 407-260-3467 Website: www.longwoodfl.org Firefighter EMT/Paramedic Starting Salary:

More information

Based on the initial size-up and any information available, Command will formulate an action plan to deal with the situation.

Based on the initial size-up and any information available, Command will formulate an action plan to deal with the situation. Hazardous Materials Response Clear Creek Fire Authority This plan provides a basic philosophy and strategic plan for hazardous materials situations. All Clear Creek Fire policies and procedures, unless

More information

City of South San Francisco Human Resources Department. Maintenance Program Manager Class Description

City of South San Francisco Human Resources Department. Maintenance Program Manager Class Description Human Resources Department Class Description Definition Under general direction, the manages the activities of assigned Public Works and Parks and Facility Maintenance programs, in such areas as: public

More information

HIDALGO COUNTY CRIMINAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY ASSISTANT CHIEF INVESTIGATOR

HIDALGO COUNTY CRIMINAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY ASSISTANT CHIEF INVESTIGATOR SUMMARY OF POSITION: HIDALGO COUNTY CRIMINAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY ASSISTANT CHIEF INVESTIGATOR The Asst. Chief Investigator answers to the Hidalgo County Criminal District Attorney Chief Investigator. The

More information

City of Fort Worth, Texas Job Description

City of Fort Worth, Texas Job Description Classification Title City of Fort Worth, Texas Job Description Senior Customer Service Representative Job Code: CL5220 Job Family: Clerical Pay Grade 506 Date Created: 06/15/15 FLSA Status Nonexempt Date

More information

FIRE MARSHAL I, DEPUTY

FIRE MARSHAL I, DEPUTY Page 1 FIRE MARSHAL I, DEPUTY CHARACTERISTICS OF WORK: This is fire and arson investigation field work in the highly technical and specialized field of criminal investigation which requires the exercise

More information

CITY OF ARCADIA POLICE COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST

CITY OF ARCADIA POLICE COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST CITY OF ARCADIA POLICE COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST DEFINITION Under direction, installs, maintains and repairs radio and communications, and electronic equipment operated by the City

More information

CLASSIFICATION SERIES: Mine Safety Inspector MAJOR AGENCIES: Natural Resources

CLASSIFICATION SERIES: Mine Safety Inspector MAJOR AGENCIES: Natural Resources STATE OF OHIO (DAS) CLASSIFICATION SPECIFICATION CLASSIFICATION SERIES: Mine Safety Inspector MAJOR AGENCIES: Natural Resources SERIES NO.: 2471 02/26/2012 SERIES PURPOSE: The purpose of the mine safety

More information

FIRE DEPARTMENT SANTA CLARA COUNTY

FIRE DEPARTMENT SANTA CLARA COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT SANTA CLARA COUNTY INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST I INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST II INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST III DEFINITION The Information Systems Analyst series generally perform professional

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR

ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR June 2008 ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR DEFINITION Under general supervision, plans, organizes, coordinates, and monitors environmental programs, including potable water quality, water conservation,

More information

--Through subordinate organization, staff and consultants, or personally:

--Through subordinate organization, staff and consultants, or personally: S24900B, page 1 Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. FUNCTIONAL DUTIES Serves as the Safety Program Manager

More information

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGER (Contract At Will - Exempt)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGER (Contract At Will - Exempt) COUNTY OF OTERO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGER (Contract At Will - Exempt) Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications

More information

SANTA ROSA FIRE DEPARTMENT FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU PLAN REVIEW CHECKLIST

SANTA ROSA FIRE DEPARTMENT FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU PLAN REVIEW CHECKLIST July 1, 2010 SANTA ROSA FIRE DEPARTMENT FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU PLAN REVIEW CHECKLIST NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDING Address: Permit #: Inspector: Date: Status: Inspector: Date: Status: A-Approved; AC-Approved

More information

City of Winder Job Description: Golf Course Operations Manager Department: Golf Rev 4/14

City of Winder Job Description: Golf Course Operations Manager Department: Golf Rev 4/14 Job Description: Department: Golf Rev 4/14 EEO Function: Pay Grade: 22 EEO Category: Professional Status: Exempt Pay Type: Salary Position Number: 3170 I. Chain of Command/ Reports To City Administrator

More information

General Safety & Health Standards Published by the Division of Building Safety In Cooperation with the Idaho Industrial Commission

General Safety & Health Standards Published by the Division of Building Safety In Cooperation with the Idaho Industrial Commission General Safety & Health Standards Published by the Division of Building Safety In Cooperation with the Idaho Industrial Commission Local Fire Alarm 064. FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS 01. Scope 02. Definitions 03.

More information

Spray Booth Guideline

Spray Booth Guideline Department of Development Service 135 North D Street, Perris CA. 92570 Phone: (951) 443-1029 Fax: (951) 943-3293 PURPOSE The intent of this guideline is to provide the information necessary to ensure that

More information

Division of Public Health Administrative Manual

Division of Public Health Administrative Manual PURPOSE To establish a protocol for the development of a written Division of Public Health Hazard Communications Program at each applicable office or laboratory workplace and to assure that employees are

More information

1.0 General. Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance 1 of 8

1.0 General. Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance 1 of 8 1.0 General 1.1 Scope This specifications covers the minimum requirements for the inspection, testing, and maintenance of the existing Notifier fire alarm systems at Bergen Community College (BCC) campus

More information

CALLEGUAS MWD Senior Project Manager

CALLEGUAS MWD Senior Project Manager CALLEGUAS MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER Division: Engineering Reports to: Manager of Engineering FLSA Status: Non Exempt Position Type: Full Time Revision Date:

More information

Educational. Educational-Existing 1/28/2014. OCCUPANT LOADS [no change] Application. Application

Educational. Educational-Existing 1/28/2014. OCCUPANT LOADS [no change] Application. Application February 2014 Code Requirements and Inspections in Educational Occupancies Presented By: Barry W. Rickert Douglas M. Schanne Fire Marshal Training Program Supervisor Office of Education & Data Management

More information

ALVERNIA UNIVERSITY OSHA REGULATION: 29 CFR 1910.252 WELDING, CUTTING, AND BRAZING ( HOT WORK ) SECTION: 3600

ALVERNIA UNIVERSITY OSHA REGULATION: 29 CFR 1910.252 WELDING, CUTTING, AND BRAZING ( HOT WORK ) SECTION: 3600 OSHA REGULATION: 9 CFR 90.5 WELDING, CUTTING, AND BRAZING ( HOT WORK ) A. POLICY. This procedure follows requirements set forth in 9 CFR 90.5.. This policy applies to all Hot Work operations being done

More information

EMERGENCY ACTION, EVACUATION AND FIRE PREVENTION SAFETY PROGRAM

EMERGENCY ACTION, EVACUATION AND FIRE PREVENTION SAFETY PROGRAM EMERGENCY ACTION, EVACUATION AND FIRE PREVENTION SAFETY PROGRAM REGULATORY STANDARD: OSHA - 29CFR1910.36-29CFR1910.38-29CFR1910.157-29CFR1910.165 NFPA-10 BASIS: The OSHA Emergency Action Planning and the

More information