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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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Supermarkets will be charged for fire certificates depending on their size.
The Sunday Mail asked whether overnight security guards were in the premises, if fire certificates had been granted and what safety devices were in place.
We will be doing enforcement work nationwide, especially on buildings' fire certificates.'
It has recommended the relief of five Davao BFI officials who had signed the fire certificates of SSI and NCCM.
It added: "Leeside Apartments are currently not in compliance with fire certificates so the refurbishment is necessary not only to bring the building up to modern standards but also to maintain the safety of the residents.
For example, Boston, where Margulies Perruzzi Architects is located, requires fire certificates on reused or repurposed furnishings intended for a public space.
Fire certificates have been replaced by a risk assessment approach aimed at protecting relevant persons - those people who are lawfully on the premises, or anyone in the immediate vicinity and at risk from a fire.
In fact, the move away from fire certificates issued by the fire service toward selfassessment by owners and occupiers could be considered a step in the wrong direction.
Last week, stadium officials called the half-Scouser/half-Sicilian to make sure the flag had the approved fire certificates to take to Greece.
Fire certificates are no longer required but instead, those with control of premises must assess and reduce the risk of fire and put measures in place to safeguard people in the event of a fire.
Fire certificates which have been issued will be abolished under the new legislation, making existing certificates invalid.