19,000 biz establishments inspected for fire safety in city

BAGUIO CITY – The Baguio City Fire Station (BCFS) has re-inspected for fire safety 19,243 business establishments here from January to August 2017 as compared to 17,150 for the same period last year or an increase of 12.20 percent.

This was reported by Fire Safety Enforcement Section chief S/Insp. Katherine Albino in Monday's flag-raising ceremonies at City Hall before local officials led by Vice-Mayor Edison Bilog.

She said that 18,567 business establishments were issued with Fire Safety Inspection Certificates this year showing an increase of 8.92 percent as compared to 17, 045 issued last year.

From January to August this year, the BCFS collected P8,217,163.28 in fire code fees representing a 20.28 percent increase as compared to the P6,831,290.20 during the same period last year.

Albino said 91 fire safety seminars were conducted this year which is less than the 190 held in 2016 while 64 fire brigades were organized and trained from January to August 2017 as compared to 44 for the same period last year or an increase of 45.45 percent.-gaby keith

 
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