Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) definition

Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) means the State Fire Marshal, his authorized deputies, or the local fire enforcement authority.
Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) means an organization, office, or individual responsible for enforcing the requirements of a code or standard, or for approving equipment, materials, an installation, or a procedure.
Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) means such county and municipal officers who are charged with the enforcement of state and municipal laws; consisting of all fire enforcement officials including designated staff from the Utah State Department of Public Safety.

Examples of Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) in a sentence

  • Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) shall be the fire chief, or designee of the fire chief, to enforce this Code, the laws of the state, as designated in Wis.

  • Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ)" means the organization, office, or individual responsible for issuing per- mits, approving layout drawings, enforcing the requirements of a code or standard or approving materials, an installation, or a procedure.

  • As per the synopsis from the Ottawa Fire Department (OFD) Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ), entering into an agreement with the National Gallery of Canada to organize access to the roof of the building and to facilitate the closure of the Great Hall and the building.

  • Coordinating with the National Gallery of Canada the preparation of an agreement of understanding between the organization to mitigate the risk from the fireworks displays, to access to the roof of the building, and to facilitate the closure of the Great Hall and the closure of the building as per the synopsis from the Ottawa Fire Department (OFD) Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ).

  • Deloitte ( 2013) Audit of the AANDC and Attawapiskat First Nations Management Control Framework.2. Authority Having Jurisdiction – Self‐Governance on Housing Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) refers to a governing body responsible for the enforcement of any part of the building code, or the official or agency designated by that body to exercise such a function.


More Definitions of Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ)

Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) means those local, state, or federal entities having regulatory authority over a specific aspect of the Project, such as building officials, Department of State Architecture, and fire departments.
Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) means the State Fire Marshal or the legally appointed designee as prescribed in this chapter.
Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) means the organization, office, or individual responsible for issuing permits, approving lay- out drawings, enforcing the requirements of a code or standard or ap- proving materials, an installation, or a procedure. Usually, the AHJ is the building or fire official of the city or county in which the job site is located. In certain cases, such as health care facilities, transient accommodations, and day care facilities, the AHJ is the city or county building or fire official and the director.
Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) means an organization, office, or individual responsible for enforcing the minimum requirements of codes, standards and permits for approving equipment, materials and installations or a procedure within its jurisdiction.
Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). , means the City of Pitt Meadows as the agency responsible for granting approvals for fireworks and pyrotechnics displays. Typically represented by the Fire Chief, or designate, but may alternatively be represented by any Peace Officer, as defined in this document.
Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) means the organization, office, or individual responsible for issuing per- mits, approving layout drawings, enforcing the requirements of a code or standard or approving materials, an installation, or a procedure. Usually, the AHJ is the building or fire offi-
Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) means jurisdictions, approving agencies, or private entities who may assume the role of an AHJ, given a statutory authority or legal responsibility.