Monday, May 14, 2012 | Posted by LAFD Media and Public Relations
Well, here is your chance to at least provide some input. The Los Angeles Fire Department has recently finished its development of a proposed, new “Los Angeles Fire Code”. This code was written to be less complicated for all users and also be more consistent with both the International Fire Code (IFC) and the California Fire Code (CFC).
But as stakeholders within the community... we need your input!
The LAFD would like to invite you to participate in this process by reviewing these proposed changes and providing your opinion. To do so, or to simply to obtain more details, please visit this link and follow the instructions:
Any questions regarding this process, should be directed to Captain Scott L. Miller in our Fire Prevention Bureau at 818.778.4939. If you so desire, Captain Miller may also be faxed: 818.778.4911.
The comment period will be open until June 11, 2012.
We kindly ask for and encourage strong participation in this worthwhile endeavor. And we "thank you" in advance.
Submitted by Matt Spence, Spokesman
Los Angeles Fire Department