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Fire Safety Plan Development 

Are you interested in the development of a fire safety plan? 

Is your company involved in processing, producing, or collecting waste? 

Check if the development of a fire safety plan is required. 

A fire safety plan is a document containing fire protection conditions for an installation, facility, its parts, or another waste storage location agreed upon with the local Commander of the State Fire Service. 

The person preparing the plan uses the current legal regulations regarding waste storage locations. 


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A fire safety plan is required when applying for a permit to collect waste, a permit for waste processing, or a permit for waste generation. 

It is not required for the collection, processing, or generation of exclusively non-combustible waste, as well as for a facility posing a risk of a serious industrial accident. 

A fire safety plan can be developed by: 

  1. A fire protection expert – when the competent authority for issuing a permit to collect waste is the voivode or the regional director for environmental protection. 
  2. A person holding a professional title of fire protection engineer or having completed higher education studies in the field of safety engineering with a specialization in fire safety engineering – when the competent authority is the county governor. 

The plan is developed based on technical knowledge, provided inventory, on-site inspection, and documentation related to the facility. 

The following are the applicable legal acts and standards for developing the fire safety plan: 

  • Waste Act of December 14, 2012 (Journal of Laws 2020, item 797, as amended). 
  • Environmental Protection Law of April 27, 2001 (Journal of Laws 2020, item 1219). 
  • Fire Protection Law of August 24, 1991 (Journal of Laws 2020, item 961). 
  • Regulation of the Minister of the Interior and Administration of February 19, 2020, on fire protection requirements for buildings or their parts and other places designated for waste collection, storage, or processing (Journal of Laws 2020, item 296). 
  • Regulation of the Minister of the Interior and Administration of December 2, 2015, on the approval of the construction project in terms of fire protection (Journal of Laws 2015, item 2117). 
  • Regulation of the Minister of the Interior and Administration of June 7, 2010, on fire protection of buildings, other construction facilities, and areas (Journal of Laws No. 109, item 719, as amended). 
  • Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure of April 12, 2002, on technical conditions that buildings should meet and their location (Journal of Laws 2019, item 1065). 
  • Regulation of the Minister of the Interior and Administration of July 24, 2009, on fire water supply and fire roads (Journal of Laws No. 124, item 1030). 
  • PN-B-02852:2001 Fire protection of buildings – Calculation of fire load density and determination of relative fire duration. 


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