Fire MarshalThe Fire Marshal works closely with all volunteer departments to ensure compliance and coordination. This department performs fire code inspections, plans reviews, and conducts fire prevention education programs.

Workload measures 2016/2017
Number of fire inspections conducted by FMO staff: 1,120
Number of fire code violations found: 732
Percentage of fire code violations “Cleared” by correction or imposition of penalty within 90 days: 84%
Number of residential fire investigations conducted by FMO staff: 20
Number of commercial fire investigations conducted by FMO staff: 0

Updated: 4/12/17

GOALSPROGRESS
Maintain a 95% collection rate for Tier II feescheck
Maintain a 48 hour response time to permit requestscheck
Maintain a 72 hour response time for preliminary fire investigation report completioncheck
Maintain a 10 day turn-around compliance for plans reviewIn Progress
100% of the General Inspection inventory will be completedIn Progress
Implement Fire Prevention Week social marketing campaigncheck
Implement training initiative on the new electronic plan review software for all of the fire prevention staffIn Progress
Create enhanced system for fire investigation records retentioncheck
Create Respiratory and Personal Protective Guidelines for FMO staff consisting of fit testing employees on the different masks that they may be tasked with usingcheck
Conduct a Workplace Hazard Assessment In Progress
Develop an online employee intranet site for Safety DepartmentIn Progress