Fire Marshall Regulations

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1 GENERAL : Fire and life safety requirements shall be applicable to any exhibit space, 4. Keep combustibles away from heat sources. 3. Commercial cooking may be allowed only in approved locations In case of emergency, dial 9 5. - 1. 1 - booth, trailer or tent within the fairgrounds. This list is not meant to cover all with approved equipment. SFM Approval is required prior to use. possible situations and the Promoter or Fair is responsible for adhering to all Cooking booths must be separated from non 4. cooking booths by 10 - ELECTRICAL applicable regulations. : feet. 5. A California licensed company shall service all Automatic Fire wire 1. Plans identifying the configuration of exhibit spaces shall be sub- duty three - Electrical extension cords shall be of the heavy 1. - Extinguishing Systems (Hood System) every six months. The (grounded), hard wire extension wiring shall be - usage type. No two - mitted to the SFM for review and approval 30 working days prior to company performing the service shall either be licensed by the the event. Plans shall indicate the location and size of all exit allowed. All extension wiring shall be protected from physical damage SFM and posses an Automatic Systems License, or posses a doors and aisles, and shall show exhibits both inside and outside and shall be limited to 20 feet in length. This shall be temporary use. - C 16 license issued by the California State Contractor’s 2. Electrical equipment and installation shall be inspected and approved of any building. Where seating is provided, the plan shall indicate Licensing Board. the number of rows and seats between aisles. Final approval is by a qualified person or concern acceptable to the SFM. subject to field inspections. Fire Extinguishers: SFM may enter any portion of any exhibit space/ booth at any time 2. LIVESTOCK/BARN AREAS: Each booth shall be provided with a minimum 2A10BC rated porta- 1. for the purpose of inspecting the premises for fire and life safety. ble fire extinguisher. 3. No display or exhibit shall be installed or operated that will inter- Heat production appliances, such as space heaters, electric skillets, 1. Each booth with deep fat fryer shall have a Class K portable fire 2. toasters, coffee makers, hot plates and any other appliances which fere or block in any way with access to any exit or with the visibil- extinguisher. ity of any exit sign. No display shall block access to fire fighting may be used for cooking purposes, shall not be permitted in the barn - 3. All portable fire extinguishers must be serviced by a SFM or livestock areas. Electrical devices in good repair and properly equipment, such as fire extinguisher stations, fire alarm pull sta- licensed company annually, with a service tag attached. maintained and used in direct connection with the care of animals may tions, fire hose cabinets and fire hydrants or access by fire sup- pression vehicles or equipment. be exempt from the above. Deep fat or flambé type cooking operations may require additional and/or 4. The location of all hydrants, fire extinguishers, water barrels, etc. Smoking shall not be permitted within the barn, stable, or livestock 2. larger units, as per the SFM. Fire extinguishers shall conform to the areas, or in exhibits using sawdust, hay or like materials on the floor. shall be clearly marked in all areas. following: 3. The storage of flammable or combustible liquids or machines contain- 5. The exhibition of vehicles powered by internal combustion gaso- ing such shall not be permitted inside any livestock areas. line engines inside buildings shall require the following: The fire extinguisher must be mounted or secured so that it a. Fire hoses, fire extinguishers or other fire equipment shall not be used 4. Fuel tank shall be no more than 1/4 filled and the gas a. will not fall over. cap shall be taped in place to deter removal. except in cases of emergency. These devices shall not be blocked or b. It must be visible and accessible and away from cooking obstructed at any time. The battery or batteries shall be disconnected and the b. area. 5. battery terminals taped with electrical tape. The roads around the barns shall be kept clear so that fire apparatus c. may be able to pass through at any time. Minimum width of these Vehicles shall be inspected by SFM. Deep Fat Fry/flambé Cooking: Deep fat Frying or flambé cooking No open flame is allowed in any Fair Building. 6. roads shall be 20 feet. operations shall be located in a separate enclosure where only No vehicles shall be parked in any barn or livestock areas. 6. 7. Bark dust or like material shall be kept moist at all times. cooking operations are performed. Such enclosures shall conform All carpet edges shall be securely taped in place. Carpeting shall 8. to booth construction requirements as previously outlined, but the only be used on the floor. Fire and life safety requirements shall apply to the use or parking RV PARKING: top of the enclosure shall be OPEN or, when required by the Health 9. of recreational vehicles on undeveloped sites on the fairgrounds. “NO SMOKING” signs shall be posted. Outside Smoking areas Department, shall be provided with METAL SCREENING with a combustible containers for shall be provided with appropriate non - minimum height of 7 feet. ashes. Plans identifying the configuration of the site shall be submitted to 1. SFM for review and approval at least 30 days prior to site develop- A housekeeping program shall be maintained and adequate non- 10. Wood Barbecue Cooking: combustible trash receptacles shall be provided in all areas and all ment. The site shall maintain an all - weather surface with adequate roads trash will be removed on a regular basis. 2. 1. Wood barbecue cooking is prohibited inside of booths. having 20 feet minimum width for fire department apparatus. Wood barbecue cooking shall be performed only in areas 2. : OCATION BOOTH CONSTRUCTION/L 3. A minimum of 30 feet of clearance shall be provided between the site away from public access. and any adjoining fair structure or surrounding property. Distances from wood barbecues to permanent structures or 3. 1. Booths shall be located a minimum of 20 feet from any permanent 4. All combustible growth shall be cleared from the site and from the festival booths shall be as approved by the SFM. structure. If conditions warrant, distance may be reduced as property surrounding the site for a distance of at least 30 feet. 4. Fuel wood shall not be stored inside of booths. Painted lines, fences, posts, ropes, etc. shall be used to designate 5. approved by the SFM. 5. Coals shall be disposed of only in metal containers that have All fabric or pliable canopy covers, side/back drops and decorative roadways from vehicle parking areas. 2. been designated for such use and approved by the SFM. material must be: Dumping coals in trash containers is prohibited! a. Fire and life safety requirements shall be applicable FOOD SERVICES AREAS: Inherently fire resistive and labeled as such; or for all food services areas, including temporary concession stands inside or out- b. Treated by a SFM licensed applicator. If the booth is Charcoal Barbecue Cooking: owner occupied, it may be treated by the owner with a side of buildings and food concession trailers. empty can and SFM approved fire retardant chemical ( 1. Charcoal barbecue cooking is prohibited inside of booths or 1. dated The use, storage and handling of any flammable or combustible liquid sales receipt may serve as proof). tents. Exit openings shall be a minimum of 3 feet wide and 6 feet, 8 3. shall be subject to approval by SFM. Location of use and storage of 2. Only commercially sold charcoal fuel may be used. inches in height. any flammable or combustible liquid shall be noted on the plans prior 3. Charcoal cooking shall be performed only in areas away from to approval (see General Item #1) public access and shall be located a minimum of 15 feet from : FIRE SAFETY TIPS The use and storage of portable containers of Liquefied Petroleum 2. any booth with a minimum of 20 feet from any permanent Gas (LPG) inside buildings or tents is subject to approval by SFM. structure. Know where the fire extinguisher is located and how to use it. 1. Location of use and storage of any portable container of LPG shall be noted on the plans prior to approval (see General Item #1). All cylin- Do not leave food cooking unattended. 2. June 2006 fitting clothing when cooking. ders must be secured to prevent tipping or falling over. 3. Do not wear loose -

2 [ ] The fire extinguisher must be mounted or secured so that it will not THIS FORM MUST BE COMPLETED AND POST- fall over. ED IN EACH BOOTH, BARN, EXHIBIT HALLS [ ] All fire extinguishers must be visible and accessible. Deep Fat Fry/flambé Cooking: State of California PRIOR TO EVENT Deep fat Frying or flambé cooking operations shall be located in a [ ] separate enclosure where only cooking operations are performed. OCATION BOOTH CONSTRUCTION/L : Wood Barbecue Cooking: [ ] No wood barbecue cooking inside of booths. OFFICE OF THE . Minimum of 20 feet from any permanent structure [ ] Only wood barbecue cooking shall be performed in areas away from [ ] [ ] All fabric or pliable canopy covers, side/back drops and public access. decorative material must be inherently fire resistive or treated. STATE FIRE No fuel wood shall be stored inside of booths. [ ] Exit openings shall be a minimum of 3 feet wide and 6 feet [ ] [ ] Metal containers shall be provided for hot coal and ashes. 8 inches in height. Charcoal Barbecue Cooking: MARSHAL [ ] No charcoal barbecue cooking inside of booths or tents. : ELECTRICAL [ ] Only commercially sold charcoal fuel may be used. [ ] Charcoal cooking shall be performed only in areas away from public [ ] duty three - - Electrical extension cords shall be of the heavy wire access - usage type. (grounded), hard [ ] Charcoal cooking shall be located a minimum of 15 feet from any Electrical equipment and installation shall be inspected and [ ] booth approved by a qualified person. Charcoal cooking is at least 20 feet from any permanent structure. [ ] LIVESTOCK/BARN AREAS: EXHIBIT HALLS No space heaters, electric skillets, toasters, coffee makers, hot [ ] No open flame. [ ] plates and any other appliances. Exiting No storage of flammable or combustible liquids or machines. [ ] Illuminated exit sign. [ ] [ ] Fire hoses, fire extinguishers or other fire equipment shall not be [ ] No blocking or obstruction of exit. blocked or obstructed at any time. Doors shall not be locked or chained. [ ] The roads around the barns shall be kept clear so that fire [ ] [ ] Aisle width shall be maintained according to approved site plan. apparatus may be able to pass through at any time. Minimum Fire equipment width of these roads shall be 20 feet. [ ] No blocking of fire hydrants. FIRE & LIFE SAFETY No parking of any vehicles in any barn or livestock areas. [ ] [ ] No blocking of fire extinguishers. No blocking of standpipe and fire hose cabinets. [ ] RV PARKING: DIVISION [ ] No blocking of fire sprinkler systems. No blocking of manual fire alarm pull stations. [ ] The site shall maintain an all [ ] - weather surface with adequate No blocking of fire alarm audible/visual devices such as horns or [ ] roads having 20 feet minimum width for fire department Special Events and/or strobes. apparatus. [ ] No blocking of first aide equipment. A minimum of 30 feet of clearance shall be provided between the [ ] Vehicle Static Display site and any adjoining fair structure or surrounding property. DAA Fairs [ ] Battery terminals disconnected. All combustible growth shall be cleared from the site and from the [ ] [ ] Fuel tank shall be no more than 1/4 filled. property surrounding the site for a distance of at least 30 feet. Locked or taped gas cap. [ ] Decorative Materials FOOD SERVICES AREAS: Sacramento Headquarters [ ] Shall be inherently flame resistive or treated. S” Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 1131 “ No use or storage of portable containers of Liquefied Petroleum [ ] (916) 445 8550 - Gas (LPG) inside buildings or tents. I have reviewed and verified this check list that all applicable items All cylinders must be secured to prevent tipping or falling over. [ ] - 3784 Fax (916) 324 listed above are in compliance. Cooking booths must be separated from non - cooking booths by [ ] 10 feet. Monrovia Regional Office All Automatic Fire Extinguishing Systems (Hood System) have [ ] 602 E. Huntington Drive, Suite A been serviced within the last six months. Monrovia, CA 91016 Fire Extinguishers: Signature Each booth shall be provided with a minimum 2A10BC rated [ ] (626) 305 - 1908 portable fire extinguisher. - (626) 305 5173 Fax Each booth with deep fat fryer shall have a Class K portable fire [ ] Host Vendor Exhibitor extinguisher. Date Title (circle one) [ ] All portable fire extinguishers have been serviced by a SFM licensed company annually with a service tag attached. .fire.ca.gov Web Site: http://osfm

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