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Hot works and hot surface fire safety plans

The Alberta Fire Code requires that a hot works fire safety plan be prepared for all activities involving Hot Works. Fire safety plans that involve hot works must be submitted to us for review and acceptance in writing.

 

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Information on who needs a plan, how to submit a plan, where to store them, and other requirements can be found on our fire safety plans page.

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Types of hot works and hot surface fire safety plans

Each type of hot works fire safety plans listed below use the same hot works fire safety plan template and should be filled out according to the type of plan required. Our template is a fillable form and once completed, must be uploaded to our 311 link for review and acceptance. This template is the only plan we accept for review.

Hot works - small buildings

For use in residential single family and two-family development. One generic hot works fire safety plan is required for each single or two-family development.

One per contractor which covers the city.

Our generic hot works template is a fillable pdf form. Once you have completed it, it must be uploaded to 311 for review and acceptance.

Hot works – all job sites

For use on all small job sites under $5,000.

One generic hot works fire safety plan per contractor which covers the city.

Our generic hot works template is a fillable pdf form. Once you have completed it, it must be uploaded to 311 for review and acceptance.

Hot surface application – Site specific

For use on site specific roofing applications.

One plan is required per building. Consult with us for approval.

Our generic hot surface template is a fillable pdf form. Once you have completed it, it must be uploaded to 311 for review and acceptance.

Creating fire safety plans

To help you create your Fire Safety Plan we supply each building and business with the following information and documents. This information should be stored in a binder labeled “Fire Safety Plan”.

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Fire Safety Plan Resources

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For more information about developing a Fire Safety Plan, contact Fire Inspections and Investigations by calling 311 from within Calgary or at 403-268-2489 if calling from outside Calgary.