fire zone

Fire zone

An area of a city or municipality that has a certain level of fire risk associated with it, as defined in the building code; the relative risk is predicated on density, land use, and existing type of construction in the area.

fire zone

An area of a building that has been designated by the applicable building code as being subject to a relatively high fire risk.

fire zone

fire zone
Fire zones of engine and nacelle.
An area in the aircraft designated by the manufacturer as requiring fire detectors and/or fire extinguishers. Each engine and nacelle area usually is divided into three fire zones. Fire detectors also may be provided in other areas.
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The Inquirer tried but failed to secure approval from company officials about entering the fire zone, which was at the back of DLPC's commercial and management offices.
From Km Sump Pump To Fire Zone Of Dbocp Quarry For Safe Operation Of Shovel At Fire Area.
Fire managers believe the calmer conditions could enable teams to establish a wider containment area even as the fire zone grew by several thousand acres (hectares) in the overnight hours.
Released under the campaign slogan, #LetThemBeHeard, the film is being taken on an international preview tour through five Latin American countries by No Fire Zone director Callum Macrae, who will also travel to the United States to screen the film and meet with politicians, government officials and human rights activists in New York and Washington.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 24, 2014-MagneGas announces final testing of MagneGas as replacement to acetylene in fire zone areas upon FDNY's approval
Here's UN worker Peter Mackay on C4's horrific but heroic No Fire Zone expose of Sir Lanka's killing fields who defied an evacuation order to help civilians shelled by their own government.
He tried to retreat from the fire zone in a car, but the enemy fired at
I said 'is there any way to have a welfare check on a cabin in the fire zone, and see if our dog's alright?
The province has announced plans to hire an "Aboriginal stakeholder relations director" to identify partnership opportunities in the Ring of Fire zone.
Smokes in the middle regions of the fire zone are not a cause for worry because there is nothing to fuel a fire should the smoldering materials blaze up, Rasmussen said.
Officials acknowledged Monday that the city must develop a formal relationship with the horse rescue community and Pierce College to avoid problems experienced during last year's Sayre Fire when general confusion over procedures led to delays in getting horses out of the fire zone.
We understand that over 100,000 civilians have emerged from the No Fire Zone into areas under the (Sri Lanka) government control in the past three days but the lives of several thousands of innocent civilians remain threatened,'' the ministry said in a statement.