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1

According to the Open Fires ByLaw, what is considered OPEN AIR?

Any open place, yard, field or construction area which is not enclosed by a building or structure.

2

According to the OPEN FIRES by law, where a permit has been obtained, no person shall set or maintain a fire in the open air under what 8 conditions?

1) between sunset and sunrise
2) at a distance of less than 10m from any building, structure, hedge fence, vehic roadway, overhead wire, or obstruction of nature
3) if wind velocity is greater than 24km/h
4) ensure a competent person to supervise
5) without ensuring fire is completely out before leaving
6) unless space is free and clear of combustible material around perimeter of fire of at least 5m
7) where the fire contains tires, plastics or other building materials that are known to create extensive smoke
8) unless it complies with provisions of EPA

3

According to the Open Fires By Law, no person shall set or maintain a fire in open air unless the fire is to be used for purposes of cooking provided that what 4 conditions are met?

1) a distance of 5m from buildings, roadways, structures, fences et
2) ensure it complies with clauses from previous conditions
3) fire is not more than 0.5 m2 in area and is not more than 0.5m high
4) the fire is set and confined in a metal or masonry container with metal screen on top having a mesh of not larger than 1/2 inch

4

According to the Open Fires By Law, a permit may be issued for how many days?

1, 7 or 28 days, provided the fire is not more than 1 m2 in area and does not exceed 1m in height.

5

According to the Open Fires By Law, any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this by-law is guilty of an offence and is liable to a fine as provided by what?

The Provincial Offences ACT

6

According to the Fireworks By Law, what permits a municipality to prohibit and regulate the sale of fireworks and the setting off of fireworks?

Section 121 of the Municipal Act

7

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, the restrictions on the sale and purchase of fireworks in this by-law are intended to promote what 3 things?

1) the health and safety of Brampton citizens
2) the control of nuisances, particularly danger to persons and property from fireworks that escape from the property where set off
3) consumer protection, particularly the use of unauthorized fireworks

8

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, how are “consumer fireworks” classified?

“Consumer Fireworks” are low hazard fireworks used for recreation which are classified as type F.1 explosives in the Regulation.

9

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, how are “Display Fireworks” classified?

“Display Fireworks” are high hazard articles for professionals such as: aerial shells, Roman candles, waterfalls, lances and wheels. They are type F.2

10

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, what 3 persons can be appointed as an Inspector to enforce the bylaw?

1) Municipal Law Enforcement Officer
2) FPO
3) Police Officer

11

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, what is considered “permitted fireworks”?

Consumer fireworks that do not travel more than 3m from point of ignition.

12

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, what are considered “prohibited fireworks”?

Consumer fireworks that would reasonably be expected to travel or pose a hazard more than 3m from point of ignition.

13

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, no person shall sell or offer for sale, buy or offer to buy any permitted fireworks except on what 5 occasions?

) NYE
2) Victoria Day
3) Canada Day
4) Diwali
5) the 7 days preceding those 4 occasions

14

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, when shall no person set off permitted fireworks, except between?

The hours of dusk and 11:00pm (23:00)

15

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, no person shall set off permitted fireworks where (6)?

1) in a manner that might create a danger or nuisance to person or property
2) in, on or into any building, structure or automobile
3) on or into any highway, street, lane, blvd, roundabout or private roadway
4) on or into any land used for school purposes
5) into parks or land owner by Gov of Canada, ROP, City of Brampton
6) on any land whatsoever, except on land belonging to person setting off fireworks

16

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, what 4 safety precautions must a person who sets off permitted fireworks take?

1) have a container of water or charged hoseline available
2) never lighting fireworks in hand, except sparklers
3) place sparklers in a container of water to fully cool before disposal
4) allow all fireworks materials to fully cool before disposal

17

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, anyone who contravenes any of provisions of the bylaw is guilty of offence under which act and can be fined how much?

Guilty upon conviction and is liable to a fine as provided for in the Provincial Offences Act to a minimum of $500.00

18

According to the User Fee ByLaw Schedule F, in a MVC response what is the fee for response and how shall it be pro-rated between a resident and non-resident?

Fee - 459.45/truck dispatched(1st hour)
- 229.73/truck dispatched(each add 1/2 hour)

2 vehicle MVC (1 res, 1 non res)
- non resident billed 50%

3 vehicle MVC (1 res, 2 non res)
- 1/3 of costs charged to each of two non residents

19

According to the User Fee ByLaw Schedule F, what are the reasons to charge a property owner and what is the fee for a Natural Gas Incident Response?

If due diligence was not exercised (ex. Locates of utility lines not done before digging), the property owner shall be charged:
- per truck (1st hour) = $525.00
- per truck (each additional 1/2 hour) = $316.00

20

According to User Fee, Schedule F, for what reason and what will the cost be for a Non-Emergency Elevator Response?

If attend a property in response to a stalled elevator and it is confirmed that individuals do not have urgent medical needs and their is no immediate danger, property owner shall be charged:
- per truck (1st hour) $525.00
- per truck (each additional 1/2 hour) $316.00

21

According to the User Fee Schedule F, what is the cost for the various Open Air burn permits (1, 7 or 28 days)

1 day - $27.00
7 days - $52.00
28 days - $105.00

22

According to the User Fee ByLaw Schedule F, what is the fee for a False Alarm when there is a 2nd or subsequent false alarms with the same rolling 12 month period?

$545.00 per alarm/occurrence

23

According to the User Fee ByLaw Schedule, who is charged at a MVC involving a non-resident?

The non-resident driver(s), the owner and the insurance company.

24

According to the User Fee ByLaw Schedule, who is charged if Fire responds to a Hazmat incident?

The property owner, the vehicle owner and the insurance company.

25

According to the User Fee ByLaw Schedule, what are the other 2 situations during a hazmat response that fees will be recovered?

1) expenses incurred from damages or contamination of equipment
2) when consumable materials, other than water and med supplies, are used to suppress or extinguish a fire, preserve property etc

26

According to the User Fee ByLaw Schedule, there is a fee for base inspection of a Group Home and additional fees based on what 2 circumstances?

1) per occupant - $5.75
2) and if over 10000 square ft. - $32.00

27

According to the User Fee ByLaw Schedule, what are the 2 details for the rental of a Fire Truck?

1) one hour added, in addition to duration requested for set up and travel
2) all vehicle rentals require a minimum 3 hour rental

28

According to the User Fee ByLaw Schedule, what is required for the rental of the Burn Building?

A qualified NFPA 1403 Instructor for full duration of the rental.

29

According to the Fire Works By Law, who are the only persons who shall be eligible to apply for a Fireworks Permit?

Only those who hold a valid Fireworks Display Supervisor Certification.

30

According to the Fireworks ByLaw, every applicant for a fireworks permit shall be required to produce what and who must be added to the insured?

Every applicant shall be required to produce evidence of comprehensive general liability insurance of the amount of no less than 5 million dollars, and add the City of Brampton and Region of Peel as additional insureds.