The agreement is consistent with the government`s initiative to promote the simplification of government transactions, the interoperability of government processes and the strengthening of communication and coordination between government authorities. MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) and the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) have reached an agreement to improve the coordination and enforcement of the Philippine fire code in industrial areas. The agreement signed on 18 January aims to regulate the management and implementation of the fire law in all economic zones in the country managed by PEZA, including parks and computer centres. As part of the agreement, PEZA will approve the BFP for all applications for building permits, occupancy permits and annual inspection certification for the issuance of the Fire Safety Evaluation Clearance (FSEC) and fire Safety Inspection Certificate (FSIC). Peza signed an agreement (MOA) with the BFP, in which it entrusted responsibility for the implementation of the fire code. Both, she said, are part of the HRD group of companies. Subject: Implementation guidelines for the implementation of fire safety inspections and the issuance of certificates and licences for companies registered by PEZA. The Philippine Economic Zone Authority (Peza) officially agreed on Thursday to allow the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) to take control of the fire law on Thursday, somewhat coincidentally the day before a fire hit two buildings in the Economic Zone of Cavite. The document also states that Peza could no longer extend the expired FSICs it had previously issued. FSICs that have not expired are considered valid until their expiry date. Personal data requests and annoying requests are not considered valid requests for official information. This requirement link was copied into the clipboard.
Add anywhere to share them anywhere. A copy of the MOA was sent to the media over the weekend. “PEZA is grateful for the support provided by the BFP and the Ministry of Local Government in our recently signed MOA for better coordination and application of the Philippine fire code in economic and industrial zones,” said PEZA Executive Director Charito Plaza. Central Liaison Unit (CLU) designated in accordance with the 20118-006 application form FSEC Application Form FSIC Fire Safety Evaluation Clearance (FSEC) – Applicant/Property Copy, OBO copy, BFP`s Copy Fire Safety Inspection Certificate (FSIC) – Property Requester/Copy, BO/BPLO`s Copy, BFP`s Copy Fire Safety Checklist Notice to Disapproval FSIC (NOD) Notice of DisapprovalC (NOD) Inspection Order (IO) Notice to Comply (NTC) Notice to Correct (ViolationNTCV) continues reading: Fire Safety Enforcement (FSED Division) Peza Director General Charito Plaza said HTI and sister company SCAD Services Pte., Ltd. Plaza said in a previous press report that the fire actually belonged to the It was signed the day after House Technologies Inc. (HTI) was founded in an economic zone in Cavite, according to a media report. Even the company`s factory last February fire. . The extent of the damage and the cause of the fire have not yet been determined by the BFP. /atm “The BFP is responsible for the implementation of the Philippine Fire Code (FCP) among companies registered by Peza,” he said in the MOA. PEZA does not grant authorization unless the BFP has given the necessary authorizations related to the FSEC, FSIC and Fire Code.
Previously, Peza had insisted that it transpose the code into its own economic zones, noting the competence of its authority in this area. In all cases of fire in companies registered by PEZA, the BFP will also be responsible for the study of fires, without prejudice to the cooperation and support of PEZA.