Fire protection; implementation of measures for preventive fire protection

Preventive fire protection is the umbrella term for all measures that prevent or limit the development, spread and impact of fires in advance.


The Ordinance on the Prevention of Fires (VVB) on the legal basis of the State Criminal and Ordinance Act (LStVG) contains design and behavioral regulations, with the aim,

  • to designate fire-hazardous actions and conditions as such
  • enforce their omission by threat of a fine
  • to provide material inspection regulations for the implementation of municipal fire inspections in accordance with the Ordinance on Fire Inspections (FBV).

Among other things, it contains specifications for the following areas:

  • Extinguishing fires
  • Operation of fireplaces
  • Fire in the open air
  • Fuel residues
  • Matches, small appliances, naked lights, lighting equipment
  • Smoking, smoking ban
  • Electrical appliances
  • Internal combustion engines
  • Fire-hazardous work equipment
  • Solid fuels
  • Storage of highly flammable solids indoors
  • Outdoor storage of flammable solids
  • Outdoor storage of highly flammable crops
  • Storage of spontaneously combustible crop products
  • Other spontaneously combustible substances
  • Balloons
  • Decoration of rooms
  • Street festivals, markets and events
  • undeveloped roof spaces, hatches, chimneys
  • escape routes


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