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Fire Safety and Evacuation Plans

After You Apply

After you submit your application

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    Upon review, the applicant will receive one of the following:
    • Letter of Deficiency, if any of the requirements for the Fire Safety and Evacuation Plans are not met. All deficiencies must be corrected and submitted within 30 calendar days from the date listed on the issued Letter of Deficiency unless otherwise specified. Amended application fees will apply if the corrections are not submitted within the allocated time.
    • Letter of Acceptance after the application has been approved and all required paper copies of the plan with all appendices and compact disks containing the Fire Safety and Evacuation Plans and floor plans have been filed with the Department.
    • Special Conditional Acceptance Notice to facilitate Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) or to allow for the scheduling of on-site appointment, if the plan has met or exceeded the minimum requirements for the Fire Safety and Evacuation Plans but without the FSP staffing.
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      An application shall be deemed abandoned 180 calendar days after the date of filing, unless such application has been diligently prosecuted or a Letter of Acceptance has been issued. Review of any abandoned application will be treated as a new (original) filing.