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11 March 2014

SBCC Emergency Rules

The following is a link to the emergency rules that were adopted Friday, March 7, 2014. These rules pertain to:

  1. Townhouse Wall Separation
  2. Group "E" Emergency Voice Alarms
  3. Fire Sprinklers in Portable School Classrooms
21 February 2014
Vision 20/20 Releases Study on Smoke Alarm Issues in the United States

Vision 20/20 Releases Study on Smoke Alarm Issues in the United States

Vision 20/20 (www.strategicfire.org) is releasing an in-depth analysis of smoke alarm and related research focusing on why smoke alarms may not be in as widespread use as previously thought.  Using an extensive literature review and data gathered during a number of Vision 20/20 Assistance to Firefighter Grant funded Community Risk Reduction projects, the study, The Smoke Alarm Problem, sheds light on the problems the fire safety community faces in getting people to install and maintain enough smoke alarms to properly protect their families...
09 February 2014

Washington Fire Marshals and Building Officials Directory

The file below is an attempt to establish a directory of all Fire Marshals, Building Officials, Inspectors, permit technician, and other position that may be involved in the building and fire code process.  The list was put together by the State Fire Marshal’s Licensing Section with the assistance of a number of jurisdictions.  We apologize if anyone is left off or if any of the information is incorrect. If you have a correction, addition, or deletion please forward it to the State Fire Marshal’s Office at firesprinkler@wsp.wa.gov. They will attempt to keep the list current.  The file is set up for printing the directory which is 13 pages. 
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Upcoming Events

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22 Oct 2018 2018 Fire Prevention Institute 10/22/2018 - 10/26/2018

Join us at Campbell's Resort in Lake Chelan for the annual Fire Prevention Institute
Monday, October 23, 2018 through Friday, October 27, 2018. 

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14 Jan 2019 Training Opportunity - NFA Fire Inspection Principles I (N0390) 1/14/2019 - 1/19/2019
This 6-Day Off-Campus course introduces the student to the fundamental methodology for application of fire and life safety codes and standards.  Although it contains many of the basic principles of code enforcement, more experienced code inspectors and officials might find it useful as a review of essential methodologies and as a useful update to current code enforcement applications.  Please review the FEMA-NFA website for specific details.