A new Guideline has been released for Fire Safety During Construction for five and six storey wood buildings in Ontario. The Guideline was developed by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH), the Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management (OFMEM) and the Ministry of Labour (MOL). The Guideline addresses the following eleven […]
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New and Increased Ticketable Offenses for Fire Code Violations
The province has created 41 new Fire Code ticketable offences (in addition to the existing five offenses). In addition the fees associated with the existing offenses have increased. Below is the link to the 2015-05 Communication issued March 18, 2015. Click here Below is the website link to the list of items that comes into […]
Changes to the Ontario Fire Code
The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management (OFMEM) amended the 2007 Fire Code with approximately 120 technical changes. Below are some of the highlights of the regulation as identified on their website: a new section in Part 5 that applies to hot surface applications typically used in roofing operations; the new section was developed […]
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