Unformatted text preview: orporate/LLC ID #: Date of Incorporation: ____________________ Federal ID #: _____________________________________________ LLC Qualification Date: ____________________ I hereby affirm that I have truthfully completed this application and all additional information
and attachments hereto to the best of my knowledge; that I have read Chapter 159 of the
Grand Rapids City Code and all applicable City of Grand Rapids licensing ordinances; and that
I agree to operate this business in accordance with all Federal, State and local laws,
ordinances, rules and regulations.
Applicant’s Printed Name _________________________________________
Applicant’s Title ______________________________________
Applicant’s SignatureDate of Birth
Fire Department Office Approved ________________
Date Disapproved ______________________________________________
Fire Chief or designee =00 _______________________
Rev 0-07 FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY PROGRAM Hot Works Permit Program
Fire Prevention for Hot Work Operations
If not properly controlled, hot work operations present serious fire hazards that can lead to significant
property damage, injury and/or loss of life. Statistics for a recent five year period show an average
property loss in 290 hot works-related fires of $1.4 million, as opposed to an average of $902,000 for
poor housekeeping-related fire losses and $440,000 for smoking-related fire losses. Chapter 26 of the
IFC-2003 contains the requirements related to the use of welding, cutting, and all other kinds of hot
works. The following is a guide to Chapter 26, and should not be construed as containing all
requirements of the Code.
These procedures apply to all hot work performed in the City of Grand Rapids.
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