Notice of Violation Remediation
Inspections of fire and life safety services are executed by Toronto Fire Services as part of routine inspections to ensure public safety or as the result of a complaint. Inspections can occur at any time. Ensuring your building is code compliant through building audits, regular maintenance, and up-to-date records are all effective ways to prevent a notice of violation.
During an inspection, the inspector will assess the functioning of indoor and outdoor systems, reporting and maintenance records, and other regulatory standards. Systems include, but are not limited to:
- Smoke control systems
- Fire alarm systems
- Sprinkler systems
- Standpipe systems
- Lighting systems
- Alarm system
Failure to comply results in an Order of Compliance and Notice of Violation. The City of Toronto publishes fire inspection results online. These results list the building address, inspection date, description of the violation(s), and code reference.
We offer remediation services for notices of violation through a process that includes:
- Review violations
- Engage the inspector
- Discuss timelines/alternative solutions
- Consult and advise on the best methods of resolution (internal operations, outsourced)
- Identify and prepare a scope of work and next steps to resolve issues where required
Our services help keep buildings code compliant. Fines for violations can run into hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Taking a proactive and disciplined approach to your fire and life safety program is essential to protecting lives and safeguarding property.
Ignis Building Solutions has over 25 years of fire and life safety experience and a team of qualified field professionals.
Did you know?
Included with our Compliance Partner Program is ComplianceAssistant. ComplianceAssistant is a tracking tool designed to keep records in a central location and accessible remotely. Enjoy instant access to your reporting documentation from anywhere, anytime.
Learn more about the Compliance Partner Program.