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Before you can begin any new construction, you must submit a safety fire plan for review and approval.
The Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner sets the minimum fire safety standards in the state. The office enforces the safety fire rules and regulations for hotels, apartment buildings, schools, day care centers, personal care homes, churches, hospitals, nursing homes, mercantile occupancies, buildings four or more stories in height, and race tracks.
The Safety Fire Engineering team is in charge of reviewing, amending, and approving construction plans to ensure they adhere to all Georgia state adopted fire codes and standards. Fire Safety Compliance Officers examine new and existing structures for compliance with safety fire rules and regulations.< Back to Buildings & Fire Suppression Systems
The Office of Commissioner of Insurance and Safety Fire is pleased to announce the release of the NEW OCI Citizenserve Portal. Through this portal, users can apply for permits and licenses, submit plans, request inspections, and submit online complaints.
Effective August 23, 2021, all plan submittals must be uploaded through the portal. Plans not received or reviewed prior to August 23, 2021, will be recycled or returned to the applicant with instructions to submit electronically. Please click the link to be redirected to the OCI Citizenserve Portal.