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Fire extinguishers are required to be inspected annually by a certified fire extinguisher technician. See the link below for a list of technicians in our area.
Certified Fire Extinguisher Technicians
A Commercial Building Permit is required if any of the following are being newly installed, changed or modified for any reason:
Commercial Building Permit
Yes! The Liberty Township Fire Department is a principle stakeholder in the community, with the goal of keeping our businesses and residents as safe as possible. It is important to provide the fire department with contact information for your business, by filling out LTFD Business Contact Form and submitting it to the Fire Prevention Bureau. The contact information can be used to contact business owners after hours in the event of an emergency. Maintaining an open dialogue between businesses and the fire department provides a safer environment for business owners, employees, and customers.
The Liberty Township Fire Department is happy to help any resident with a smoke alarm, carbon monoxide alarm, or other fire system issue. Before you call for assistance, make sure the smoke/carbon monoxide alarm has a new battery installed. Most of the time a new battery will fix your issue. If the issued continues, call 911 and explain to the operator that this is not an emergency and that you simply need assistance with your smoke/carbon monoxide alarm. Many people are hesitant to use 911 in non-emergency situations, the fire engine will not respond with lights and sirens in non-emergency situations, and it is the best way to get ensure that the correct station and truck are dispatched to your address.
If you don’t have a ladder tall enough to reach your smoke alarms, or you are unable or uncomfortable climbing a ladder, we can help. The Liberty Township Fire Prevention Bureau is happy to change your batteries for you. You can contact us at 740-938-2027 to schedule a time for someone to assist you or fill out a Residential Smoke Alarm Assistance Request.
Contact the Liberty Township Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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A properly maintained sprinkler system will provide years of worry free fire protection. Fire Sprinkler systems are regulated by the Ohio Fire Code and NPFA 13. The items listed below will keep your system in good shape and it will comply with the Ohio Fire Code and NFPA 13.
If a fire is going to start, it’s likely to start in a kitchen. Yet many business owners let their kitchen facilities go under-protected from fire, leaving their employees, customers, and properties vulnerable. Proper maintenance of appliances and a clean kitchen will greatly decrease the risk of fire.
A kitchen hood suppression system is required by the Ohio Fire Code to be: