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(A) Hazardous occupations. The Chief of the Fire Department, Chief Inspector or an assistant specially designated thereto shall inspect, as often as may be necessary, but not less than one time per year, all specially hazardous manufacturing processes, storages or installations of acetylene or other gases, chemicals, oils, explosives and hazardous materials, all interior fire alarms and automatic sprinkler systems, and such other hazards or appliances as the Chief of the Fire Department shall designate, and shall make such orders as may be necessary for the enforcement of the laws and ordinances governing the same and for safeguarding of life and property.
(B) Fire hazards in building. The Chief of the Fire Department shall inspect, or cause to be inspected by the Bureau of Fire Prevention, or by the Fire Department officers and members, as often as may be necessary, but not less than one time per year, all buildings, for the purpose of ascertaining and causing to be corrected any conditions liable to cause fire, or any violations of the provisions or intent of this subchapter or any ordinance affecting fire hazards.
(1960 Code, § 5-2-4) (Ord. 7362, passed 3-15-2010)