fire marshal

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Synonyms for fire marshal

the head of a fire department

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PORTLAND - An assistant fire marshal in Portland has been reprimanded for tipping off a swinger's club that no fire inspectors would be working on the night of an unpermitted party there.
CUTLINE: Brian Ceccarelli, left, is joined by his wife, Cathy, while being sworn is as fire inspector for the town of Charlton by Assistant Town Clerk Karen LaCroix.
Preparing for the annual inspection is key to developing a good working relationship with the fire inspector and gaining positive results.
Los Angeles County Fire Inspector Darryl Jacobs said the blaze was first reported around 4:45am, but it was not immediately clear what started the fire.
Before that, he served as a police officer, detective, and fire inspector.
Razza, a fire-protection engineering consultant for Rolf Jensen and Associates and a former New York City Fire inspector.
He has given his recommendation, which has been confirmed by Her Majesty's Fire Inspector and ratified by the secretary of state.
Eckroth, Edwards Air Force Base Fire Inspector and Logistics Officer.
The Masundayaw class valedictorian, Fire Inspector Felipe Alicando Jr.
Fire Inspector Wally Marcial, Sorsogon fire chief, said that a four-hour blaze turned to ashes the Sorsogon National High School main building, located in Barangay Almendras-Cogon.
The bird landed in such a way that it touched a transformer and a power pole, causing the transformer to short, according to Lane Rural Fire District Fire Inspector Dean Chappell.
Armed with clipboards, maps, iced coffee and a list of about 80 threatened apartment properties in the Piedmont neighborhood, the team - Jose Machado, fire inspector for the Worcester Fire Department; Nancy Moses, housing inspector for the city's Department of Inspectional Services; and Police Sgt.
This is stuff that obviously hasn't had a chance to grow back," fire inspector Jason Hurd said as he held brittle branches.
The wallet of Fire Inspector Levy Cerillo of the Manila Fire Department, which contained P2,500, was also among the stolen items.
Fire Inspector Jason Hurd said firefighters engaged in potentially dangerous work, discovering and extinguishing hidden fires behind walls.