THE RULES OF THE SAFETY FIRE COMMISSIONER ARE HEREBY FURTHER AMENDED BY ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 120-3-23 ENTITLED RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR INSTALLATION; INSPECTION; RECHARGING, REPAIRING, SERVICING AND TESTING OF PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS OR FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS
Rules and Regulations for inspection, recharging, repairing, servicing and testing of portable fire extinguishers or fire suppression systems.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
120-3-23-.01 Promulgation and Purpose 120-3-23-.02 Definitions 120-3-23-.03 Licenses, Permits, Fees and Related Requirements\Testing by
NICET/NAFED 120-3-23-.04 Adopted Codes and Standards 120-3-23-.05 Specifications for Service, Maintenance and Test Tags 120-3-23-.06 Compliance with Rules and Regulations; Suspension or Revocation of
Licenses and Permits; Penalties 120-3-23-.07 Local Jurisdictions 120-3-23-.08 Delegation of Authority by the Commissioner 120-3-23-.09 Disposition of Fees Collected; Authority to Receive Grants and Gifts 120-3-23-.10 Effective Dates 120-3-23-.11 Severability
120-3-23-.01 Promulgation and Purpose
These rules and regulations for the installation, inspection, recharging, repairing,
servicing or testing of portable fire extinguishers and fire suppression systems are promulgated by the Georgia Safety Fire Commissioner in accordance with the Official
Code of Georgia, Title 25, Chapter 12.
The purpose of these rules and regulations is to establish minimum standards to
provide for reasonable and practical measures for protecting persons and property from injury due to portable fire extinguishers or fire suppression systems that are not properly
installed, inspected, recharged, repaired, serviced, maintained or tested.
Commissioner means the Georgia Safety Fire Commissioner and/or his