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Flashcards in SOG 427 open burning 428 Request investigator Deck (10)
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1

Burning is permitted from ___ until __ ___ ___ __ ____.

0900
1 hr. prior to sunset

2

Open burning must be at least ___feet away from any public highway or road;
and with wind carrying smoke away from any traffic thoroughfare.

100

3

For residential land clearing, any fire must be at least ____ feet away from any occupied building.

300

4

For commercial land clearing, any fire must be at least ____ feet away from any occupied building if not using an Air Curtain Incinerator and at least ___ feet away if using one.

1000

300

5

The following types of open burning do not require a permit: (6)

 Campfires
 Recreational Fires
 Fires used solely for religious or ceremonial purposes
 Fires used for noncommercial, outdoor preparation of food
 Fires used for warming outdoor workers during inclement weather
 Fires used for the training of organized fire departments or industrial
employees

6

A Recreational Fire is defined as not exceeding _ feet in diameter and _ feet in height.

3

2

7

If JFRD has made multiple responses to the same address for open burning violations, or if resistance to extinguishment is encountered, the OIC will request FRCC to notify ____ _____ ___ ____ ____ for possible issuance of a citation.

Regulatory and Environmental Services Department, Air and Water Quality Division

8

After normal work hours or on weekends and holidays, FRCC shall request a ___ ____to respond and issue a citation, if warranted.

District/Battalion Chief

9

The Incident Commander of the fire scene will request the State Fire Marshal when any of the following conditions exist: (6)

• Any fire with a projected dollar loss exceeding$1,000,000.00; or
• Any fire involving a civilian death, or an injury that is likely to result in
death
• Any fire in which the cause in not readily determined by an initial investigation
• Any fire involving the suspected failure of a fire suppression or fire detection system
• Suspected arson fires in structures or vehicles
• Suspected arson in vehicle fires in which there is obvious evidence at the
scene or a witness(s) to the event
• Explosions
• Fires involving houses of worship

10

The Fire Investigator should not be called for:

• Illegal burning or land clearing fires
Suspicious woods fires