Main Function Area
Health, Safety & Environment
•Proficient in The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards Life Safety, Fire Alarm and Detection, Fire Protection systems.
•Proficient in International Fire Codes (IFC) Life Safety, Fire Alarm and Detection, Fire Protection systems.
•Proficient with reading Building, Fire Protection, Fire Alarm and Hydraulic Calculations drawings and basis of design
•Knowledgeable in local fire codes and standards such as HCIS and Royal Commission if preferred but not required.
•Expertise in both mechanical (e.g. Water sprinkler) & electrical(e.g. Fire Alarm )fire protection system
•Preferred: NFPA Certified Fire Inspector Level I or equivalent certification from an international organization.
•Preferred: NFPA Certified Plan Examiner Level I or equivalent certification from an international organization.
Diploma and completion of secondary technical training in field of fire protection systems
•Inspect and maintain fixed fire protections systems such as Wet systems, Deluge, Dry Systems, Fire Hydrants, Fire Extinguisher, Fire Extinguishing Systems, and Foam Systems.
•Inspect water pipes, valves, outlets, hydrants, hoses, etc. that are part of the fire fighting systems periodically, for damage or deterioration to assure their functionality.
•Coordinate with fire protection contractors for inspections of fixed fire protection equipment and fire extinguishers.
•Conduct inspections and acceptance testing of newly installed fire protection systems.
•Inspect plants that store, handle, and use hazardous materials to ensure compliance with safety laws and regulations.
•Comply with EH&S guidelines and overall safety processes.
•Write detailed reports of fire inspections performed, fire code violations observed, and corrective recommendations offered.
•Review blueprints and plans for new installations or existing installations in order to ensure the systems meet fire safety codes.
•Perform any job-related activities as requested by the immediate supervisor / manager.