An FDNY violation refers to a notice issued by the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) to a building owner or manager for failing to comply with the fire safety regulations and requirements of the New York City Fire Code. The FDNY conducts regular inspections of buildings to ensure compliance with fire safety rules and regulations, and if violations are found, they issue a violation notice.
FDNY violations can cover a wide range of fire safety issues, including but not limited to the presence of combustible materials, blocked exits, missing or malfunctioning fire safety equipment such as fire alarms, sprinkler systems or fire extinguishers, or inadequate fire safety plans and procedures.
The violation notice typically includes information on the specific violation, a deadline for correction, and information on the consequences of failing to correct the violation. Failure to correct the violations can result in fines and legal action, as well as posing a significant risk to the safety of building occupants in case of a fire emergency.
It is essential for building owners and managers to take FDNY violations seriously and promptly address any identified issues to ensure the safety of building occupants and avoid penalties. The FDNY violations service offers support and guidance to help building owners and managers comply with fire safety regulations and correct any identified violations.
If your fire alarm system is not meeting the codes and you have received a violation from FDNY, please contact our office. Our staff has years of experience to review, correcting, and resolving such violations.