(4) 3311.4 Flame Effects Use Plan
Before the performance of any production, the permit applicant shall submit a plan for the use of flame effects to the local fire code official. The plan shall be made in writing in such form as is acceptable to the local fire code official and shall demonstrate compliance with this rule and NFPA 160 listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code. The plan shall include but is not limited to the following:
(a) The name of the person, group, or organization sponsoring the production;
(b) The date and time of day of the production;
(c) The exact location of the production;
(d) The name of the flame effects exhibitor and proof of valid flame effects exhibitor license issued by the state fire marshal;
(e) The number, names, and ages of all assistants that will be present;
(f) The qualifications and experience of the flame effects exhibitor;
(g) The flame effects classification and design criteria in accordance with NFPA 160 listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code;
(h) A diagram of the site indicating the location of all flame effects devices, the areas effected by each device, location of the audience and separation distances, means of egress, and information on all fuels and ventilation for each effect;
(i) A narrative description of the flame effects, controls, and control sequences of all devices, and emergency response procedures;
(j) If applicable, a valid Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for each fuel utilized;
(k) Documentation that the set, scenery, and rigging materials are treated with appropriate flame retardant.
After a permit has been granted, the permittee shall keep the plan available at the site for safety inspectors or other designated agents of each authority having jurisdiction.