Business owners must comply with the Alberta Fire Code. If the business is storing fuel tanks, it must comply with all regulations as set by the Petroleum Tank Management Association of Alberta, which is the governing body responsible for registering tanks over a certain capacity.
Leduc County Fire Services has a lock box program for businesses in the Nisku Industrial Business Park and at the Edmonton International Airport. The lock box program enables fire departments to use a high-security master key to access the boxes, which have the key to the building. This alleviates forcible entry into buildings and eliminates the need for fire departments to carry large quantities of keys.
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Businesses in the Nisku Industrial Business Park requiring a burn permit must contact Fire Services after ensuring the burn barrel meets the requirements as set in the Nisku burning bylaw. A member of Leduc County Fire Services will arange to inspect the barrel or incinerator prior to the permit being issued. The permit is valid for the life of the business, or until the barrel is moved or the business changes ownership.
A fire safety plan establishes minimum requirements that provide a reasonable degree of life safety from fire and similar emergencies. Plans must comply with the Alberta Building Code, Alberta Fire Code and other applicable laws and regulations.
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