Building Owners are responsible for complying with the requirements defined in the current edition of the applicable Fire Code. Fire Code inspections consists of a review of an existing building to determine compliance with the applicable Provincial/National Fire Code.
An audit report is prepared identifying sections of the code (such as fire department access, exposure to combustible materials, general housekeeping, containment, means of egress, fire alarm and detection, fire suppression, signage, emergency planning, etc) and if the building was in compliance with the applicable sections.
Part 4 Audits
Part 4 governs the storage, handling, processing and use of flammable and combustible liquids in buildings. An audit will be conducted evaluating the current site conditions to determine compliance with the Part 4 “Flammable and Combustible Liquids” of the Ontario Fire Code. A detailed report will be prepared and provided to the building owner identifying the conditions that are not in compliance with Part 4.
Commercial Cooking Suppression Systems
Review of applicable standards including the provincial/national Building and Fire Code requirements and NFPA 96, “Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations” and NFPA 17, “Standard for Wet Chemical Extinguishing Systems” in regards to commercial cooking operations and associated fire suppression systems.
Assisting building owners through the process of compliance with the applicable Fire Code for buildings in order to meet refinance requirements.
This process includes reviewing the building(s) for compliance with the Ontario Fire Code, correcting deficient conditions and issuing a letter to Client identifying compliance.