- Building Plan Evaluation (Fire Safety)
- Fire Safety Inspection (During and After Building Construction; Occupancy; Electrical Installation; Business Establishment and Other Type of Occupancy)
- Issuance of Fire Safety Certificate and Clearance (Building Permit; Occupancy Permit; Business Permit; Electrical Installation, etc.
- Collection of Fire Code Taxes/Fees/Fines.
- Conduct Seminars/Info Drives on Fire Prevention, Fire Suppression, First Aide, etc.
- Conduct Fire Drill, Fire Exit Drill and Earthquake Drill.
- Organize Fire Brigade
- Respond to Fire Alarms, Medical Emergencies and Disaster Related Emergencies
- Conduct Arson Invetigation
- Other Activities (Assist in Lakbay Alalay, Brigada Eskwela, Oplan Kaluluwa, etc.)
Building Plan Evaluation for Issuance of Fire Safety Evaluation Certificate (FSEC)
Fire Safety Inspection Certificate (FSIC) for Business Permit
Fire Safety Inspection Certificate (FSIC) for Occupancy Permit
1. Fire Code Construction Tax. One-tenth of one per centum (0.10%) of the verified estimated value of buildings or structures to be erected, from the owner thereof, but not to exceed fifty thousand (PhP50,000.00) fifty per centum (50%) to be paid prior to the issuance of the building permit, and the balance, after final inspection and prior to the issuance of the use and occupancy permit.
2. Fire Code Realty Tax. One-hundredth of one per centum (0.01%) of the assessed value of buildings or Structure annually payable upon payment of the real estate tax, except on structures used as single family dwellings.
3. Fire Code Premium Tax. Two per centum (2%) of all premiums, excluding re-insurance premiums for the sale of fire, earthquake and explosion hazard insurance collected by companies, persons or agents licensed to sell such insurances in the Philippines.
4. Fire Code Sales Tax. Two per centum (2%) of gross sales of companies, persons or agents selling fire fighting equipment, appliances or devices, including hazard detection and warning systems.
5. Fire Code Proceeds Tax. Two per centum (2%) of the service fees received from fire, earthquake, and explosion hazard reinsurance surveys and post loss service of insurance adjustment companies doing business in the Philippines directly through agents.
6. Fire Safety Inspection Fee. Fee charged for the conduct of Fire Safety Inspection equivalent to ten per centum (10%) of all fees charged by the building official, or by the Local Government or by other government agencies concerned in the granting of pertinent permits or licenses.
7. Storage Clearance Fee. Fee derived from storage of flammable and combustible materials. Storage Clearance Fee is based on the Storage capacity as on IRR of RA 9514 Section 220.127.116.11
8. Conveyance Clearance Fee. Fee derived from transporting flammable and combustible materials. Conveyance Clearance Fee is based on their capacity as indicated on IRR of RA 9514 Section 18.104.22.168.
9. Installation Clearance Fee. Fee derived from installation of tanks and pipes of flammable and combustible substances and other fire protection system.
a. Gases (LPG, CNG and other compressed gases)exceeding 454 liters water capacity :
For every additional 100 liters water capacity or fraction thereof in excess of 454 liters:
b. Flammable and combustible liquids in aboveground and underground tanks:
10. Other Clearance Fees. Fees derived from fireworks display, fumigation/fogging, fire drill, hotworks, and other clearances as provided under the IRR of RA 9514.
a. Fireworks display - 300.00
b. Fumigation/Fogging - 100.00
c. Fire Drill - 200.00
d. Hotworks - 150.00
e. Fire Incident Clearance 100.00
f. Certified true copy of Fire Safety Inspection Certificate 100.00
g. Certified true copy of Building Fire Safety Clearance 100.00
h. Certified true copy of Fire Clearance 100.00
i. Other Clearances - 200.00
11. Fire Code Fines – are fees derived from imposition of administrative fines and penalties.