fire certificate

fire certificate

A certificate, issued by the appropriate fire officials, that certifies that all fire safety requirements in a building have been met.
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The operational head has been directed to provide information pertaining to certificate of fitness, fire certificate, outdoor and open fire, life safety narrative, facility management and operational plan, records, storage of combustible material, fire safety construction features, fire protection system, fire department access and water supply and combustible waste before visit of the E and DM officials to the hotel.
The fire certificate should be exhibited to the public [14], but the maintenance contractor had documented the Hospital A fire certificate and lift certificate privately, because they had experienced several cases of vandalism on this certificate.
Please note, though, that you must have a valid fire certificate before even thinking about taking it into the stadium.
No doubt the venue's fire certificate has been duly checked ahead of their arrival.
It is there- fore, Kehlan was able to obtain the ROP Fire Certificate for these doors.
All the mandatory clearances like safety of the building, fire certificate, power certificate will be provided to us by the venue owners," he added.
The authorisation procedure for petrol stations requires the applicant to provide a fire certificate that can be issued only by certified' Greek expert engineers.
It was more than a metre square and didn't have the required fire certificate.
When The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into effect in 2006, responsibility for fire safety moved away from the Fire and Rescue Service inspector who might previously have checked your premises and issued a fire certificate.
Some B&B operators have had difficulty financing the necessary changes to gain a fire certificate, with a number going out of business.