Fire & Life Safety Systems Inspections
The Marietta Fire Prevention and Protection Code requires that Life Safety Systems and Fire Protection Systems shall be inspected, tested, and maintained at regular intervals defined by their respective regulating Codes. This is the prescribed form and format to file records of inspections, tests, or maintenance with the Fire Marshal's Office.
A record of periodic inspections, tests, servicing and other operations and maintenance shall be maintained on the premises or other approved location for not less than 3 years, or a different period of time where specified in this code or referenced standards. Records shall be made available for inspection by the fire code official, and a copy of the records shall be provided to the fire code official on request.
The fire code official is authorized to prescribe the form and format of such recordkeeping. The fire code official is authorized to require that certain required records be filed with the fire code official.
It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure their selected service contractor files properly.
All reports on the Code required safety systems listed below, shall be filed.
Please review the required submission time frames listed below:
- Clear/Compliant: Systems containing NO deficiencies will be submitted within a 30-day time frame of when the inspection took place.
- Deficient: Systems containing any deficiencies will be submitted within a 7-10 day time frame of when the inspection took place.
- Critical: Upon ANY red tag/CRITICAL impairment, please notify the Fire Marshal’s Office immediately. Once we’re notified, please upload the information through IROL by the end of the next business day.
- Clearing any CRITICAL impairment that resulted in the building being placed on Fire Watch, in accordance with Fire Code, shall also be reported through IROL by the end of the next business day. The documentation can be the service ticket indicating the system has been restored to compliant.
- Our AHJ ID is GAA11463 - Marietta Fire Marshal's Office. This is necessary when a property owner (rep) creates a location profile or when service providers submit reports through IROL.
- IROL’s system provides industry-based reports OR service providers can upload/submit their own test report.
- Users are able to track and update deficiencies and communicate with our department and/or a service provider, and the business/property owner, directly through IROL at no additional costs.
- There are no user fees or additional fees associated with IROL.
- Service providers are able to create and add unlimited number of users.
- New account registrations may take up to two days to process.
- IROL does provide new user training.
- All questions related to IROL should be addressed to IROL. Please contact IROL directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 331-454-7800.
Report types to be submitted (exception: one-and-two-family dwellings):
Initial System Commissioning Annual Sprinkler
Annual Fire Alarm Annual Fire Pump
Annual and Semi-Annual Hood Suppression 5-year Internal Pipe
Semi-Annual Kitchen Hood Cleaning Annual Emergency Generator
Annual Smoke Control System 5-year Standpipe
Annual Standpipe Annual Clean Agent
Annual Fire Door Annual Emergency Radio
Annual Private Hydrant Declined Service (No cost)
Service Ticket (to clear a property from Fire Watch)