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    General Fire Department Forms, Handouts/Fact Sheets, and Checklists


    Certificate of Fire Flow from Servicing Agency of Utility District
    Fire Alarm Record of Completion
    Fire Watch Log

    Handouts/Fact Sheets

    Address Requirements
    Commercial Generator and Above Ground Fuel Tank Requirements
    The Compliance Engine – Fire Protection System Reports
    FDC Standard
    Festivals and Food Vendor Requirements
    Fire Lanes
    Fire Protection System FAQ’s
    Fire Watch
    Heat in Tents and Membrane Structures
    Impairment Procedure
    Knox Box Products
    LP Gas Containers
    Private Fire Hydrants
    Protected Enclosure Installation Standard
    Securing Egress Doors
    Sign Specifications
    Underground Fire Lines

    Permit Application Checklists

    Automatic and Manual Fire Detection and Reporting System Checklist
    Automatic Fire Extinguishing Systems-Revised
    Battery Systems
    Compressed Gases
    Cryogenic Fluids
    Emergency & Standby Power Systems
    Emergency Responder Radio System
    Fire Final Contractor Checklist for Completion
    Fire Pumps & Related Equipment
    Flammable & Combustible Liquids
    Gates and Barricades
    Hazardous Materials
    High Piled Storage
    Industrial Ovens
    LP Gas
    Private Fire Hydrants (Kent Only)
    Residential Tank Decommissioning
    Smoke Control or Exhaust Systems
    Solar Photovoltaic Power Systems
    Spraying & Dipping
    Standpipe Systems
    Temporary Membrane Structures
    Underground Supply Piping for Fire Sprinklers

    Zone 3 Forms

    Zone 3 Fire Watch Form Package
    Zone 3 Fire Watch Placard

    Annual Tier II Reporting

    In accordance with the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA) and SARA Title III: Section 312, facilities that store hazardous chemicals at any time during the preceding calendar year in quantities above reporting thresholds are required to complete and send separate Tier Two Emergency and Hazardous Chemical Inventory reports with an original signature to both the Community Right-To-Know Unit and local fire department Emergency Management division.