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Unformatted text preview: es and Open Burning (Bonfires, Campfires, Candles, Incense, etc.) Open burning is defined as any open/exposed flame, whether indoors or outdoors, that could cause a fire. Examples are candles, incense, bonfires, campfires, leaf burning, artwork involving flames, and pyrotechnics of any kind. The use of pyrotechnics is not covered in this section but can be found on page 111, below. Approvals and Permit Application Process Open burning with solid combustibles in the City of Grand Rapids is prohibited, except for the purpose of cooking food. (Grand Rapids Municipal Ordinance, Chap. 151, Article 4, §9.34) Candles in Places of Assembly Requirements for use of open flames in Places of Assembly are found in International Fire Code, 2003 Ed., Section 308. 4 6 ' ' / " ) ! " +) (" - ' " (" ' (" ! " " ) " ! ' /" > " B " ! ) /" " ! - / / (" " !! " ' " ! 4 G" 4 " ( ! > B " ! " ! ) > B ! ! " ! @ " + ( > ! =/ " =/> A) =/ " " " "! ' + ! ' " ) =0& " "" ! , ) > " " ( FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY PROGRAM " B @ ! " ! )A " " ! ( " " " ! ! ) (" " " " ) " ( " " ) An Operational Permit for Open Flames in Assemblies is required to use open flames in places of assembly (See “Operational Permit Application,” page 99, above). Open Flames and Burning—Indoors An open flame indoors, particularly when such burning will activate any type of fire alarm detection or suppression system, is normally prohibited. The use of open flames in performances requires an Operational Permit for Open Flames in Assemblies, which must be obtained from the Grand Rapids Fire Department. Issuing of the permit will be contingent on review of the arrangements, inspection of the premises, and a possible demonstration of the effect. When a fire alarm or suppression system is disabl...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2014 for the course MOS 5101 taught by Professor Dr.baumgardner during the Fall '13 term at Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach.

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