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1. NEW YORK
Fire Department Exhaust Inspection & Cleaning Licensing Criteriaions require that exhaust systems used in commercial cooking establishments such as restaurants, hospitals, hotels, schools, employee cafeterias and other food-service locations be inspected and cleaned at least once every three months under the personal supervision of a person holding a Certificate of Fitness for Commercial Kitchen Exhaust System Cleaning Technician (W-64 / F-64).
Office of the State Fire Marshal has established criteria of conditions for Kitchen Exhaust System Inspectors & Cleaners (KES) who wish to do work in the State of Utah. These conditions are in keeping with the guidance as established by the State Legislature in the Utah State Administrative Rule R-710.7 to establish requirements for automatic fire suppression systems to include service in the inspection and cleaning of commercial cooking hoods and ventilation systems
The Boston Fire Department along with inspections services and the Health Department has established a criteria of conditions for Exhaust Vent Cleaners and Inspectors who wish to perform work in the CITY OF BOSTON. These conditions are in keeping with the guidelines of the CITY OF BOSTON ordinance to “establish requirements for the cleaning of commercial cooking hoods and ventilation systems”.
CLEANING OF COMMERCIAL COOKING HOOD AND VENTILATION SYSTEMS Administrative Rule Adopted by Portland Fire & Rescue Pursuant to Rule-Making Authority ARB-FIR-8.08 PURPOSE: To establish guidelines for the cleaning of hoods, grease removal devices, fans, ducts, and exhausting grease laden vapors. SCOPE: This policy applies to all existing structures where Portland Fire & Rescue has authority.
5. Minneapolis Amending Title 9, Chapter 174 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances relating to the Minneapolis Fire Department; Fire Prevention Bureau: Commercial Hood and Exhaust Cleaning. The City Council of The City of Minneapolis do ordain as follows: That Section 174.500 of the above-entitled ordinance be amended to read as follows:
Tennessee city of Knoxville Requirements: excessive grease buildup for restaurants and commercial kitchens. Methods of cleaning are generally proscribed by NFPA 96, Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations.Requirements for inspection and cleaning include grease removal devices, exhaust systems, hoods, fans and cooking equipment. Eliminate non-storm water discharges by controlling all water, grease, solvents, cleaners and other fluids generated in the cleaning process. Do not allow grease or solvents to contact roof surfaces, gutters, parking lots or other areas that receive rainfall.