Additive Manufacturing (Section 105.5.1)
An operational permit is required for industrial additive manufacturing operations (3D printing) that utilize combustible powders or metals, an inert gas supply, a combustible dust collection system or create a hazardous (classified) location area or zone outside the equipment.
Aerosol Products (Section 105.5.2)
Amusement Buildings (Section 105.5.3)
Child Day Cares (Section 105.5.53)
Combustible Dust-producing Operations (Section 105.5.7)
Combustible Fibers (Section 105.5.8)
Compressed Gases (Section 105.5.9)
Dry Cleaning (Section 105.5.13)
An operational permit is required to engage in the business of dry cleaning or to change to a more hazardous cleaning solvent used in existing dry-cleaning equipment. This is specific to dry-cleaning plants, and not drop off locations
Energy Storage Systems (ESS) (Section 105.5.14)
An operational permit is required for stationary ESS and for mobile ESS deployment operations.
Explosives (Section 105.5.16)
An operational permit is required for the manufacturing, storage, handling, sale or use of any quantity of explosive, explosive materials, fireworks, or pyrotechnic special effects. Permit Fee is $75.00 per day plus $60.00 per hour for Fire Marshal Stand By. Storage in Group R-3 occupancies of smokeless propellant (less than 20 pounds), black powder (less than 20 pounds), and small arms primers (less than 10,000) for personal use and not for resale does not require a permit.
Flammable and Combustible Liquids (Section 105.5.18)
An operational permit is required when storing, using, or handling flammable and combustible liquids as identified in Section 105.5.18. Flammable and combustible liquids may be permitted under the Hazardous Materials Operational Permit.
Hazardous Materials (Section 105.5.22)
An operational permit is required to store, transport on site, dispense, use, or handle hazardous materials in excess of the amounts listed in Table 105.5.22.
High-Piled Storage (section 105.5.24)
An operational permit is required to use a building or portion thereof with more than 500 square feet, including aisles, of high-piled combustible storage. High-piled combustible storage is typically greater than 12 feet above floor but can be as low as 6 feet depending on the material being stored.
Hot Work Operations (Section 105.5.25)
An operational permit is required for hot work operations including, but not limited to:
1. Public exhibitions and demonstrations where hot work is conducted.
2. Use of portable hot work equipment inside a structure.
Work that is conducted under a construction permit issued by Development Services or the Victoria Fire Marshal’s Office.
3. Fixed-site hot work equipment, such as welding booths.
4. Hot work conducted within a wildfire risk area.
5. Application of roof coverings with the use of an open-flame device.
Work that is conducted under a Re-Roof or Roof Recover permit from Development Services.
6. Where approved, the FMO may issue a permit for a hot work program. This program allows approved personnel to regulate their facility’s hot work operations.
Miscellaneous Combustible Storage (Section 105.5.31)
An operational permit is required to store in any building or on any premises in excess of 500 cubic feet of combustible empty packing cases, boxes, barrels or similar containers, combustible pallets, rubber tires, rubber, cork, or similar combustible materials.
Temporary Membrane Structures and Tents (Section 105.5.49)
An operational permit is required to operate an air-supported temporary membrane structure, a temporary special event structure, or a tent have an area in excess of 400 square feet.
- Tents used exclusively for recreational camping.
- Tents open on all sides, which comply with all of the following: