The Town of Bridgewater employs municipal fire inspectors as required by the Fire Safety Act of Nova Scotia. The inspectors carry out a system of inspections on the following occupancies:
The inspectors are responsible to ensure compliance with the National Fire Code of Canada and are available to provide information on fire safety and fire emergency planning.
FIRE SAFETY PLANNING
The National Fire Code of Canada requires that certain buildings shall develop and maintain a Fire Safety Plan. In an effort to assist owners/occupants in the development and/or maintenance of these plans, the Office of the Fire Inspector for the Town of Bridgewater has prepared a Fire Safety Planning Guide. Building owners/occupants are encouraged to use this guide as a template to prepare or enhance their plans so that they meet the requirements of the Fire Code.
The following occupancies are required to have a formal fire safety plan:
If your building falls within one of the categories listed above, you are required to have a fire safety plan. For more information or to obtain a hard copy of our fire safety planning guide, please call or visit the Fire Inspector at: Engineering Department, 60 Pleasant Street, Bridgewater Tel: 902-541-4370
The Fire Safety Plan 2016 is available below:
document Fire Safety Guide and Template 2017 (201 KB) (MS Word document)
pdf Fire Safety Guide and Template 2017 (565 KB) (PDF document)