Always check the mandatory (*) attachments required for the notification first and make sure you have them all ready at hand before filling out the actual notification. You will find the attachments in step 2. Add attachments. To print out the blank form, jump to the end and select Print.
Acts, obligations and instructions
An emergency plan for a public event referred to in section 16 of the Rescue Act must be drawn up for a public event where open fire is used. Setting up a fire show also requires the permission of the building’s owner or occupant and, where applicable, the land owner.
The organiser of a fire show must notify the rescue authorities of the performance no later than 14 days prior to the event. The notification describes the arrangements of the fire show and it includes the show’s emergency plan. Where applicable, the notification shall be attached as part of the emergency plan for the whole event.
Under section 96 of the Rescue Act 379/2011, the majority of the services and supervisory measures carried out by rescue departments are subject to a charge. See the price list of your regional rescue department.
Submitting the notification
Electronically: Fill out the notification "Print" a copy and click "Submit". Mandatory fields are marked with an asterisk (*).
By post: The notification can also be sent by post. Fill out the form and click Print. Be sure to include all the necessary attachments in the letter. Mail the notification to the address of the regional rescue department concerned. Check the address of the regional rescue department.
If you need a blank form, jump to the end of the form and click Print.