Town of Brookhaven, NY
Suffolk County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Brookhaven 6-16-1987 by L.L. No. 7-1987; readopted 4-19-1988 by L.L. No. 8-1988. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Houseboats — See Ch. 14.
Building construction administration — See Ch. 16.
Laundry and dry-cleaning businesses — See Ch. 44.
Sanitation — See Ch. 45.
Disposition of petroleum substances — See Ch. 47.
Disposition of trees and debris — See Ch. 72.
Article I General Regulations and Provisions

§ 30-1 Intent.

§ 30-2 Short title.

§ 30-3 Applicability.

§ 30-4 Definitions.

§ 30-5 Establishment of Division of Fire Prevention.

§ 30-6 Establishment of Fire Advisory Board.

§ 30-7 Authority to enter premises.

§ 30-8 Duties of Division of Fire Prevention.

§ 30-9 Orders to eliminate dangerous or hazardous conditions.

§ 30-10 Service of orders.

§ 30-11 Permits.

§ 30-12 Fees.

§ 30-13 Exemption from liability.

§ 30-14 Modifications.

§ 30-15 Appeals.

§ 30-16 Penalties for offenses.

§ 30-17 Severability.

§ 30-18 Occupancy of buildings.

§ 30-19 Annual registration of commercial properties.

§ 30-20 (Reserved)

Article II Adoption of Standards

§ 30-21 Purpose and intent.

§ 30-22 Adoption of standards by reference; copies on file.

§ 30-23 Applicability.

§ 30-24 Conflicts with other laws.

§ 30-25 (Reserved)

Article III Fire Protection Equipment and Life Safety Equipment

§ 30-26 Chief Fire Marshal to survey.

§ 30-27 Protection.

§ 30-28 Sprinkler systems in nursing homes.

§ 30-29 Permit required.

§ 30-30 Approval of systems and equipment.

§ 30-31 Maintenance of equipment.

§ 30-31.1 Inspection and testing of systems.

§ 30-31.2 Notification.

§ 30-32 Smoke and carbon monoxide detection systems.

Article IV General Precautions Against Fire

§ 30-33 Bonfires and outdoor rubbish fires.

§ 30-34 Use of torches for removing paint.

§ 30-35 Handling readily combustible materials.

§ 30-36 Receptacles for readily combustible materials.

§ 30-37 Storage of readily combustible materials.

§ 30-38 Open flames, lights or kindling of fire restricted.

§ 30-39 Chimneys and heating appliances.

§ 30-40 Factory-fabricated chimneys.

§ 30-41 Access to concealed spaces.

§ 30-42 (Reserved)

§ 30-43 (Reserved)

§ 30-44 Guard dogs.

§ 30-44.1 Dumping of flammable and combustible liquids.

§ 30-44.2 Razor wire prohibited.

Article V Automobile Wrecking Yards, Junkyards and Waste Material Handling Plants

§ 30-45 General requirements.

§ 30-46 Permit required.

§ 30-47 Location.

§ 30-48 Burning operations.

§ 30-49 Construction and protection equipment.

Article VI Automobile Tire Rebuilding Plants

§ 30-50 General requirements.

§ 30-51 Permit required.

§ 30-52 Construction and protection equipment.

§ 30-53 Residence occupancy prohibited.

§ 30-54 Dust-collecting systems.

§ 30-55 Ventilation.

Article VII Bowling Establishments

§ 30-56 General requirements.

§ 30-57 Pin refinishing.

§ 30-58 Lane resurfacing.

Article VIII Storage and Handling of Combustible Fibers

§ 30-59 Definitions.

§ 30-60 Storage; permit required.

§ 30-61 Storage of agricultural products on farms.

Article IX Dry-Cleaning Plants

§ 30-62 Definitions.

§ 30-63 Permit required.

§ 30-64 Solvents.

§ 30-65 Operation and maintenance.

Article X Maintenance of Exitways

§ 30-66 Marking, illumination and maintenance.

§ 30-67 (Reserved)

Article XI Explosives, Ammunition and Blasting Agents

§ 30-68 Scope.

§ 30-69 Definitions.

§ 30-70 Permit required.

§ 30-71 General requirements.

§ 30-72 Storage.

Article XII Application of Flammable Finishes

§ 30-73 Scope.

§ 30-74 Permit required.

§ 30-75 Location of spray finish or dipping operations.

§ 30-76 General requirements.

Article XIII Automobile Undercoating

§ 30-77 Scope.

Article XIV Combustible and Flammable Liquids

§ 30-78 Scope.

§ 30-79 Permit required.

§ 30-80 General requirements.

§ 30-81 Automatic dispensing units.

§ 30-82 Dispensing into containers.

§ 30-83 Transfer into tanks and containers.

§ 30-84 Fire protection.

§ 30-85 Parking and garaging.

Article XV Repair Garages

§ 30-86 General requirements.

§ 30-87 Permit required.

§ 30-88 Construction, operation and maintenance.

Article XVI Hazardous Chemicals and Materials

§ 30-89 Scope.

§ 30-90 Definitions.

§ 30-91 Permit required.

§ 30-92 General requirements.

§ 30-93 Oxidizing materials.

§ 30-94 Radioactive materials.

§ 30-95 Potentially explosive materials.

§ 30-96 Highly toxic materials.

§ 30-97 Poisonous gases.

§ 30-98 Corrosive liquids.

§ 30-98.1 (Reserved)

Article XVII Liquefied Petroleum Gases

§ 30-99 General provisions.

§ 30-100 Definitions.

§ 30-101 Filing of plans and reports.

§ 30-102 Installation and maintenance of equipment.

§ 30-103 Portable cylinders and containers.

§ 30-104 Location of cylinders.

§ 30-105 Permit required.

§ 30-106 Transportation.

§ 30-107 Certificates of fitness.

§ 30-108 Reporting of incidents.

§ 30-109 (Reserved)

§ 30-110 Storage, handling, installation, use and transfer.

Article XVIII Lumberyards and Woodworking Plants

§ 30-111 Permit required.

§ 30-112 Open yard storage.

§ 30-113 Operational fire hazards.

§ 30-114 Woodworking plants.

Article XIX Oil-Burning Equipment

§ 30-115 Scope.

§ 30-116 Definitions.

§ 30-117 Permit required.

§ 30-118 Installation, operation and maintenance.

Article XX Places of Assembly

§ 30-119 Permit required.

§ 30-120 Plan of exitways and aisles.

§ 30-121 Maximum allowable occupancy.

§ 30-122 Construction, maintenance and operation.

§ 30-123 Fire protection equipment.

§ 30-124 (Reserved)

Article XXI Welding and Cutting

§ 30-125 Scope.

§ 30-126 Permit required.

§ 30-127 Operations.

Article XXII Electrical Systems

§ 30-128 Scope.

§ 30-129 General requirements.

§ 30-130 Electrical inspector.

§ 30-131 Exemption from liability.

Article XXIII Fireworks

§ 30-132 Definitions.

§ 30-133 Sale and discharge.

§ 30-134 Manufacture, assembly, storage and handling.

Article XXIV Marinas and Boatyards

§ 30-135 General provisions.

§ 30-136 Open fires.

Article XXV Multiple-Unit Dwellings and Multiple-Residence Facilities

§ 30-137 Definitions.

§ 30-138 Fire, smoke and carbon monoxide detection systems and carbon monoxide alarms.

§ 30-139 Units under construction.

§ 30-140 Permit required.

Article XXVI Liquefied Natural Gas

§ 30-141 General provisions.

§ 30-142 Storage, handling, installation, use and transfer.

§ 30-143 Installation and maintenance of equipment.

§ 30-144 Permit required.

§ 30-145 Reporting of incidents.

§ 30-146 through § 30-153. (Reserved)

Article XXVII Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems

§ 30-154 Purpose.

§ 30-155 Definitions.

§ 30-156 Registration.

§ 30-157 Licensing and standards.

§ 30-158 Repair notification.

§ 30-159 Installation and maintenance.

§ 30-160 False alarm procedures.

§ 30-161 (Reserved)

Article XXVIII Multiple Storage Warehouses

§ 30-162 Definitions.

§ 30-163 Protection.

§ 30-164 Storage of hazardous chemicals and materials prohibited.

Article XXIX Emergency Access Systems

§ 30-165 Purpose.

§ 30-166 Definitions.

§ 30-167 Survey by Fire Marshal; specification of required equipment.

§ 30-168 Permit required.

§ 30-169 Inspection; certificate of compliance.

§ 30-170 Maintenance.

§ 30-171 Fire Department lock cylinder.

§ 30-172 Applicability.

Article XXX Requirements for Installation, Testing, Inspection and Maintenance of Approved Carbon Monoxide Detection Systems and Devices

§ 30-173 Purpose.

§ 30-174 Definitions.

§ 30-175 General requirements.

§ 30-176 Design and installation specifications.

§ 30-177 Central station/supervising station.

§ 30-178 Reference standards.

§ 30-179 Exceptions/Deviations.

§ 30-180 License and manufacturer's certification required.

§ 30-181 Requirements for permit/plan submission.

§ 30-182 Compliance inspection.

§ 30-183 Periodic testing, inspection and maintenance.