Building Responsibilities for Fire Safety Equipment

Learn More About Your Fire Safety Responsibilities as a Building Owner


Have you ever wondered what your fire safety responsibilities are as a building manager?  The City of Calgary and Calgary Fire Department have outlined their requirements and time frames of how often each maintenance item must be completed.

The Fire Prevention Bureau, a Division of the Calgary Fire Department, has prepared a pamphlet listing the fire safety equipment maintenance requirements that are found in Division B of the Alberta Fire Code (AFC) (2006) for all existing buildings.

If you require clarification on any section of this document, you are welcome to contact us and we will ensure that your fire safety requirements are met.

Remember however, that owners failing to comply with maintenance requirements as identified in the Alberta Fire Code may be subject to fines of not more than $15,000 and / or imprisonment as per the Alberta Safety Codes Act.

Also Available:

ULC Certified Fire Alarm System Monitoring

Fire Alarm Monitoring can save lives by ensuring the Fire Department is notified within minutes of an alarm. It also notifies the building operators of possible problems with the Fire Alarm System as soon as they occur. We partner with Armstrong’s Communications to offer ULC certified monitoring services.
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