TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH BRUNSWICK
BUREAU OF FIRE SAFETY
540 RIDGE ROAD, MONMOUTH JUNCTION NJ 08852-0190
P: 732.329.4000 x7214 F: 732.438.0533
APPLICATION FOR PERMIT
The Uniform Fire Code states:
"Permits shall be required, and obtained from the local enforcing agency for the activities
specified in this section, except where they are an integral part of a process or activity
by reason of which a use is required to be registered and regulated as a life hazard use.
Permits shall at all times be kept in the premises designated therein and shall at all
times be subject to inspection by the fire marshal." [N.J.A.C. 5:70-2.7(a)]
Date of application:
Date:
Time:
to
Location where activity will occur:
Applicant Name: Address:
Organization Name:
Phone/Fax Number # Emergency#
Block: Registration#:
Lot:
The above named applicant hereby requests permission to conduct the
following activity at the above indicated location:
And for the keeping, storage, occupancy, sale, handling or manufacture of
the following:
(State quantities for each category to be stored, or used and the method
stored or used:)
I hereby acknowledge that I have read this application, that the information given is
correct, and that I am the owner, or duly authorized to act in the owner's behalf and as
such hereby agree to comply with the applicable requirements of the fire code as well as
any specific conditions imposed by the fire marshal.
Applicant Signature Fire Marshal Signature
Fee Amount Permit Type
Note: There are five types of permits. See attached sheets for type and fee.
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Type 1 Permit - $ 45.00
1. Bonfires;
2. The use of a torch or flame-producing device to remove paint from, or seal
membrane roofs on, any building or structure;
3. The occasional use of any non-residential occupancy other than Use Groups F, H
or S for group overnight stays of persons over 2-1/2 years of age, in
accorandance with section F-709.0 of the Fire Prevention Code;
4. Individual portable kiosks or displays when erected in a covered mall for a
period of less than 90 days, and when not covered by a Type 2 permit;
5. The use of any open flame or flame producing device, in connection with any
public gathering, for purposes of entertainment, amusement, or recreation;
6. Welding and cutting operations except where the welding and cutting is
performed in areas approved for welding and is registered as a type B Life
Hazard use;
7. The possession or use of explosives or blasting agents, other than model
rocketry engines regulated under N.J.A.C. 12:194;
8. The use of any open flame or flame-producing device in connection with the
training of non-fire service personnel in fire suppression or extinguishment
procedures;
9. The occasional use in any building of a multipurpose room, with a maximum
permitted occupancy of 100 or more for amusement, entertainment or mercantile
type purposes.
10. The storage or handling of class I flammable liquids in closed containers of
aggregate amounts of more than 10 gallons, but not more than 660 gallons inside
a building, or more than 60 gallons, but not more than 660 gallons outside a
building.
11. The storage or handling of class II or IIIA combustible liquids in closed
containers of aggregate amounts of more than 25 gallons, but not more than 660
gallons inside a building, or more than 60 gallons, but not more than 660
gallons outside a building.
12. Any permanent cooking operation that requires a suppression system in
accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:70-4.7(g) and is not defined as a life hazard use in
accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:70-2.4.
13. The use as a place of public assembly, for a total of not more than 15 days in
a calendar year, of a building classified as a commercial farm building under
the Uniform Construction Code.
Type 2 Permit - 166.00
1. Bowling lane resurfacing and bowling pin refinishing involving the use and
application of flammable liquids or materials;
2. Fumigation or thermal insecticide fogging;
3. Carnivals and circuses employing mobile structure used for human occupancy;
4. The use of a covered mall in any of the following manners:
(a) Placing or constructing temporary kiosks, display booths, concession
equipment or the like in more than 25 percent of the common area of the
mall;
(b) Temporarily using the mall as a place of assembly;
(c) Using open flame or flame devices;
(d) Displaying liquid or gas fueled powered equipment; or
(e) Using liquefied petroleum gas, liquefied natural gas, and compressed
flammable gas in containers exceeding 5 pound capacity.
5. Storage outside of buildings of LP-gas cylinders when a part of a cylinder
exchange program.
Type 3 Permit - 331.00
1. Industrial processing ovens or furnaces operating at approximately atmospheric
pressure and temperature not exceeding 1400 degrees Fahrenheit which are heated
with oil and gas fuel or which contain flammable vapors from the product being
processed;
2. Any wrecking yard or junk yard; or
3. The storage or discharge of fireworks.
Type 4 Permit - 497.00
1. Storage or use at normal temperature and pressure or more than 2000 cubic
feet of flammable compressed gas or 6000 cubic feet or non-flammable
compressed gas;
2. The production or sale of cryogenic liquids; the storage or use of more than
10 gallons of liquid oxygen, flammable cryogenic liquids or cryogenic
oxidizers; or the storage of more than 500 gallons of non-flammable,
nontoxic,cryogenic liquids;
3. The storage, handling, and processing of flammable, combustible, and unstable
liquids in closed containers and portable tanks in aggregate amounts of more
than 660 gallons;
4. To store or handle (except medicines, beverages, foodstuffs, cosmetics, and
other common consumer items, when packaged according to commonly accepted
practices):
(a) More than 55 gallons of corrosive liquids;
(b) More than 500 pounds of oxidizing materials;
(c) More than 10 pounds of organic peroxides;
(d) More than 500 pounds of nitromethane;
(e) More than 1000 pounds of ammonium nitrate;
(f) More than one microcurie of radium not contained in a sealed
source;
(g) More then one millicurie of radium or other radiation material
in a sealed source or sources;
(h) Any amount of radioactive material for which the specific
license from the Nuclear Regulator Commission is required; or
(i) More than 10 pounds of flammable solids.
5. The melting, casting, heating, treating, machining or grinding of more than
10 pounds of magnesium per working day; or
Type 5 Permit - 1,380.00
1. Reserved.
§ 46-105 SOUTH BRUNSWICK CODE
SECTION SBC-4001.0 PERMITS - $45.00
SBC-4001.2 Type 1 permits: The following permits shall be classified as type 1
permits:
SBC-4001.2.1 Asphalt (tar) kettle: No person, firm or corporation shall make use of
or fire any asphalt (tar) kettle without first securing a permit from the fire
official.
SBC-4001.2.3 Training and education: No person, firm or corporation engaged in the
business of providing fire brigade or emergency response team training shall
conduct such activities without first securing a permit from the fire official.
Permits issued under this subsection shall be valid for all such work conducted
within the jurisdiction.
SBC-4001.2.4 Liquefied petroleum gas or liquefied natural gas: A permit shall be
obtained from the fire official for the storage or use of liquefied petroleum gas
or liquefied natural gas utilizing storage containers with an aggregate water
capacity exceeding ten gallons and less than 4,000 gallons.
SBC-4001.2.5 Flammable or combustible liquids and hazardous materials: A permit
shall be obtained from the fire official to test, install, remove, repair or alter
in any way a stationary tank for the storage of flammable or combustible liquids or
hazardous materials or to modify or replace any line or dispensing device connected
thereto if it is not required to obtain a permit for such activity under the
Uniform Construction Code, N.J.A.C. 5:23.
SBC-4001.2.6 Flammable or combustible liquids: A permit shall be obtained from the
fire official to store greater than 120 gallons of flammable or combustible liquids
above ground or to store any amount of flammable or combustible liquids in
underground tanks. Exception: Fuel oil tanks for heating of one- and two-family
dwellings, up to 660 gallons in capacity.
SBC-4001.2. 7 Hazardous materials: A permit shall be obtained from the fire
official to store, handle or process hazardous materials or chemicals which,
because of their toxicity, flammability, liability to explosion or decomposition,
render firefighting abnormally dangerous or difficult; also, to store, handle or
process materials which are chemically unstable and which may spontaneously form
explosive compounds or undergo spontaneous reactions of explosive violence or with
sufficient evolution of heat to be a fire hazard. Hazardous chemicals or materials
shall include but not be limited to such materials as flammable solids, corrosive
liquids, radioactive materials, oxidizing materials, potentially explosive
chemicals, toxic materials, poisonous gases, pesticides, rodenticides and
fertilizers.
SBC-4001.2.B Tank abandonment: A permit shall be obtained from the fire official to
place temporarily out of service any flammable or combustible liquid or hazardous
material tank.
SBC-4001.2.9 Other: Permits required by the fire official for hazardous operations
or activities other than those specifically listed.
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