Chief Fire Officer definition

Chief Fire Officer means the chief fire officer appointed by the municipality in terms of section 5 of the Fire Brigade Services Act and includes any person appointed as acting chief fire officer;
Chief Fire Officer means the person appointed by the controlling authority in terms of section 5(1) of the Fire Brigade Services Act, 1987 (Act 99 of 1987), and includes any member who exercises any power or performs any duty delegated by the Chief Fire Officer to the member under section 19 of the Act, and also includes an Acting Chief Fire Officer appointed in terms of section 5(3) of the Act, and "Manager: Fire Services" and “Chief Emergency Services” has a corresponding meaning;
Chief Fire Officer means the person in charge of a service, or the acting chief officer, as contemplated in the Fire Brigade Services Act;

Examples of Chief Fire Officer in a sentence

  • The pipeline must be marked with markers approved by the Chief Fire Officer and must be maintained in a functional condition at all times by the owner of the pipeline.

  • The spraying permit will not be issued or renewed unless the prescribed application form has been completed in full and has been submitted to the Chief Fire Officer.

  • The Chief Fire Officer was consulted during the preparation of this report.

  • To act as the Employers’ Side of a negotiating and consultation forum for all matters relating to the employment contracts of the Chief Fire Officer and Chief Executive, deputy to the Chief Fire Officer and Chief Executive, or equivalent; and where relevant, employees contracted to “Gold Book” terms and conditions in whole or in part.

  • The Chief Fire Officer and the Treasurer, after consultation with the Chair of the Authority, may exempt any contract from any such provision.


More Definitions of Chief Fire Officer

Chief Fire Officer means the Chief Fire Officer of the Combined Fire and Rescue Service.
Chief Fire Officer means the person appointed in terms of section 5 of the Fire Brigade Services Act, 1987 (Act No. 99 of 1987), to be in charge of a service or designated service;
Chief Fire Officer means the person with responsibility for managing the fire and rescue service;
Chief Fire Officer means the person in charge of a service as contemplated in section 3;
Chief Fire Officer means the Chief Fire Officer of the States of Jersey Fire and Rescue Service;
Chief Fire Officer means the person appointed by the Public Service Commission to be the Chief Fire Officer;
Chief Fire Officer means the Chief Fire Officer of the brigade in which a worker is currently employed and any reference to any other rank shall have a corresponding meaning.