The Division of Industry Services Fire Alarm and Fire Suppression Systems Program includes fire detection, notification, alarm, and suppression systems. Rules are administered pertaining to fire protection systems. There are credentials administered for automatic fire sprinkler system workers, according to SPS 305 Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations. Fire protection system plan review is offered. See also
Fire Department Safety and Health, and
Commercial Buildings Programs.
Questions regarding Fire Suppression or Fire Alarms can be sent to
********NOTICE: To better
serve our customers in a more equitable manner Effective July 6th the Department has changed the requirements to comply with
an Additional Information (AI) Letter from 30 business days to 15 business
days. The designer has until 15 business days
from the date of the original AI letter to provide acceptable follow-up
information to the Department. If no conditional approval actions occur by the
end of the 15th day, the plans will be denied.
we will require a submitter’s checklist to be filled out, signed, and submitted
with all plan submissions. Links for the new submitter’s checklist for Commercial Building/HVAC, Fire Suppression/Fire Alarm, and Plumbing.********
Fire Alarm Submittal Guidelines
Fire Suppression Submittal Guidelines
SBD-118|| Buildings, HVAC, Fire Protection Application for Review |
SBD-9720||Compliance Statement |
|SBD-9890X||Petition for Variance|
SBD-10717||Combination water calc worksheet for home plumbing system and 13D fire protection system |
SBD-10719||Fire Protection Plan Review Agent Application Form |
|SBD-10860||Combination water calc worksheet for home plumbing system and 13D fire protection system|
Storage & High-Hazard Worksheet||Storage and High-Hazard Fire Protection System Submittal Worksheet|
Fire Protection Agents
The following municipalities are delegated agents of the department to perform plan review of fire detection and suppression systems as prescribed under SPS 361.30: City of Appleton; City of Burlington; City of Madison; Village of McFarland; City of Oak Creek; City of Verona; City of West Allis. The City of Milwaukee also has plan review authority.