For the purposes of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   (a)   "Automatic Alarm."  A system that does not require human intervention, which is supervised by a central monitoring station.
   (b)   "Automatic Gate."  A gate that is electronically controlled.
   (c)   "Central Monitoring Station."  An office to which remote alarm and supervisory signaling devices are transmitted, and where personnel are constantly monitoring for alarms which indicate emergency conditions.
   (d)   "Hazardous Material."  Any substance or material, be it chemical, biological, radiological, or explosive in nature, which could cause harm to humans, domestic animals, wildlife, agricultural crops, or property, when released into the environment.
   (e)   "Key Switch."  An approved UL type switch that can be operated by the Fire Department to gain access through a locked gate.
   (f)   "Material Safety Data Sheets."  Hereinafter referred to as "MSDS."
   (g)   "Rapid Access Key Box."  A UL type, high security key vault for emergency access to a specified structure.
   (h)   "Security Padlock."  A padlock used by the Fire Department, which enables access through a secured gate.
   (i)   "Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986."  Hereinafter referred to as "SARA."
(Ord. 69-2005.  Passed 10-11-05.)