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Ernie Troiano III
Non-Emergency 24 hour Phone number for Headquarters is 609-522-1110
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BUREAU OF FIRE PREVENTION
Please contact our office to schedule the fire inspection at 609-846-2030 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 Business Registration Late fee penalties will be added after the thirty (30) days. This is noted on your invoice. Please remit fees as soon as possible.
The Fire inspector will wear a mask while performing the inspection and maintain social distancing of 6’.
The property owner or designee will wear a mask if they request to shadow the fire inspector and maintain social distancing of 6’.
If any occupants may be sick, that property or unit will not be inspected. It will be the responsibility of the owner to make arrangements to re-schedule.
If the fire inspection reveals violations, please make every effort to correct the violations by the abatement date. Due to the ongoing pandemic, if you are unable to comply by the abatement date, please contact this office regarding a request for time extension.
Any questions regarding the above procedures, please reach out to our office. Thank you for your continued cooperation and understanding during this time period.
Condo: If the owner or designee cannot be present for the inspection, our office requires the owner email a letter, giving written permission for the Fire Prevention Bureau to utilize keys from the Knox-Box to access their unit. THIS IS A ONE TIME USE DURING THIS PANDEMIC. THIS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED THE FOLLOWING YEARS.
William J. Cripps
When you receive your 2020 invoice, please remember to contact our office at 609-846-2030 or email at email@example.com to schedule the annual fire inspection for your property.
Condo associations, please contact our office if any changes have been made (ie. sale of unit, contact information change, or change in designee) Any questions, please contact our office 609-846-2030 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hard-wire (electric) smoke alarms are required to be replaced if they are 10 years or older their manufacture date. This date is on the back of the smoke alarm. If no date, then it is over 10 yeas old.
As of January 1, 2019, all battery operated smoke alarms are to be replaced with 10 year sealed-battery operated units for building that were built prior to 1977. Please make sure when you purchase, they have the seal designation of "UL Listed". These are federally regulated. Any questions, please contact our office 609-846-2030 or email at email@example.com
This PDF fill in application has the types of conditions that will need a permit attached
to the form.
This PDf fill in form is to be filled out when there is an update to your registration information.
This PDF fill in form is to be filled out when requesting an extension for a Fire Safety
This PDF fill in form is to be filled out by a licensed electrician or Fire Alarm technician for the required annual testing.
This guideline is used to assist a business owner who is required to establish a Fire Safety and Evacuation Plan and to properly document the required training to their staff.