Fire Department Safety & Health

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Division of Industry Services (DIS) helps develop and enforces safety and health standards for public sector fire department employees, based on SPS 330, the Fire Department Safety and Health Code, and SPS 332, the Public Employee Safety and Health Code. (Related to SPS 332, SPS 330 contains minimum requirements for an occupational safety and health program for public sector fire department employees involved in fire department operations.) Consultation and inspections are provided by Fire Prevention Coordinators on requirements for fire department safety and health programs.​

Que​stions regarding ​fire prevention codes can be sent to​


  • DIS Fire Prevention Coordinators have completed their first round of SPS 314 & 330 training sessions.  We have recorded and posted the training power point below for you to review if you wish.  We hope to continue to provide these training sessions in the future. If you are interested in being a host department or you have ideas of what you would like to receive training on please let your Fire Coordinator or Sarah Brown know.  Keep in mind, in order to be a host your station or meeting area must be equipped with high speed internet and enough room to accommodate a large group if needed. When viewing the power points it may be necessary to click on the slide to advance to the next slide and to click on the speaker icon in the lower right corner if the audio doesn't start immediately​.​




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Determination of Exposure to Blood/Body Fluids (DoA Document Sales)


Hazardous Chemicals in the Workplace Poster
SBD-9301​Public Sector Employee Safety and Health Poster
​Fire Department Standard Operating Guidelines (SOGs) (PDF)
Fire Department Standard Operating Guidelines (SOGs) (fill-in)
Program PowerPoint​Fire Department Safety and Health PowerPoint
Medical Questionnaire​Respiratory Protection Medical Evaluation Questionnaire PDF
Respiratory Protection​Respiratory Protection Training Presentation PowerPoint
Multifamily Dwelling Update
​Automatic Fire Sprinkler Sys​​tems in Multifamily Dwellings