Fire Services Act 1988

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1Perkhidmatan Fire laws of MALAYSIA Act REPRINTING 341 FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 Contain all amendments to 1 October 2009 PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 2009 2 laws of Malaysia Act 341 FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 the date of Royal Assent.................. 11 May 1988 the date of publication in the Gazette............ 9 June 1988 3Perkhidmatan Fire laws of MALAYSIA Act 341 FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title and commencement 2. Interpretation part II Administration 3. Fire and Rescue Department and his officers 4. Appointment of fire officer Assistance 5. The duties of the fire and Rescue Department 6. Uniforms and identification cards 7. The exercise of the powers and duties Section III ELIMINATION of FIRE HAZARDS 8. Eliminate fire hazard notice 9. The power of the Director General to eliminate fire hazard premises vacant or unoccupied 10. Offence for not complying with the notice eliminate fire hazard 11. The power of the Director General to eliminate fire hazard when the notice deleted the fire hazard is not observed 4 laws of Malaysia Act 341 12. The power of the Director General to eliminate fire hazard in case of urgent 13. Order of closing 14. Appeal against order of the close or the refusal to make an order closing 15. Disposal of property transferred by the Director General 16. Recovery of expenses incurred in carrying out work under section 11 17. Recovery of expenses incurred in carrying out work under section 12 18. The power of Fire during fire 19. A fire officer in an emergency that does not involve fire 20. Protection of Fire and fire officer Assistance 21. Loss due to fire shall include damage as a result of opposing fire part IV WATER HYDRANTS and 22. Storage of water in the premises for the purpose of resisting fire 23. Notice for work affect hydrants 24. The duty of water authorities told the State Director about any action that affects the water flow to hydrants 25. Power install hydrants place plate 26. Hide and misusing hydrants part V FIRE CERTIFICATE 27. The power of the Director General to determine and impose the use, size, or place, a specific premise 28. Requirements for certificate of fire 29. Application and issuance of certificate of fire 30. Fire certificate form 31. Set the fees for the issuance of a certificate of fire 32. Change of circumstances that affects the adequacy of safety facilities, etc.
Fire Section 33 section 5Perkhidmatan. Offences relating to fire certification 34. 35. Right of appeal The power of the Court to prohibit or restrict the use of certain premises 35A. The authority of the Director-General to order the activities stopped in case of urgent 35B. Appeal against the order of the Director-General so as to stop the activities of 36. Appeal against the order of prohibition or refusal to make order of prohibition ENFORCEMENT 37 part VI. Enforcement of Act 38. Power to check-in 39. Restrictions on disclosure of information 40. Power to arrest without warrant 41. Authority for the investigation of 42. Power requires the presence of witness 43. Examination of witnesses 44. Conduct of prosecution part VII INVESTIGATIONS of FIRE 45. Investigation about the fire 46. Taking possession of the premises and other assets that have been damaged or destroyed by fire 47. Unauthorized presence in the premises was taken possession under section 46 part VIII CHARITABLE FUND 48. Establishment of Fund 48A. Welfare Fund Committee Department of Fire Service 6 laws of Malaysia Act 341 Section 48B. Money for the Fund shall be diperdapatkan only with the permission of 49. Administration and use of Fund part IX RANGE 50. Special tasks and expenses 51. Interrupting fire officer in executing his duties 52. Failure to comply with the directions of the 53. Application of uniform without the permission of 54. Forgery of documents, false statements, etc.
55. in respect of the Offence 56 fire alarm. Giving a false report on fire 57. Offences by body corporate 58. General penalty 59. Compounding offences 60. Power wear Act for vessels and structures can move 61. Delivery of notice and other documents 62. Power make regulations 63. Abolition of first schedule second schedule 7Perkhidmatan Fire laws of MALAYSIA Act 341 FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 an act to make provisions necessary for fire and Rescue Department to function effectively and efficiently, to protect people and property from fire risk and for purposes connected therewith.
[January 1, 1989, P.U. (B) 701/1988]
BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same as follows: part I preliminary short title and commencement 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the Fire Services Act 1988.
(2) this Act shall come into force on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette; and different dates can be set for start the currency of this Act, or different provisions in this Act, respectively, in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak.
Interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "this Act" includes the regulations and other subsidiary legislation made under this Act;
8 laws of Malaysia Act 341 "fire hazard" means — (a) any variation of unlawful at any building that might make the release ourselves from any part thereof in the event of fire at materially more difficult or less easy than necessary if the variation is not made;
(b) congestion anywhere public entertainment or public Assembly may make release yourself from any part of it is difficult in the event of fire;
(c) any removal of, or not there in, any building of any equipment against fire or fire safety installations which are required by law to be held inside the building;
(d) the availability of inside or outside any building any equipment against fire or fire safety installations or facilities, installed in accordance with the requirements of any law or as may be required by the Department of fire and rescue services, which are not in good condition;
(e) inadequate exit from any part of a building to any place, either within or outside of the building, which gives protection to persons in the event of fire; or (f) any matter or other circumstances which materially increase the likelihood of fire or danger to life or property resulting from any fire, or materially interfere with the fire and Rescue Department in carrying out its duties in the event of fire;
"disaster" means an occurrence which endangered life or property or is likely to be endangered;
9Perkhidmatan Fire "prescribed" means prescribed by regulations made under this Act;
"Committee" means the Committee Welfare Fund established Fire Services Department under section 48a;
"equipment against fire or fire safety installation" means any equipment or installations for — (a) delete, resist, prevent, or limiting a fire;
(b) warned of a fire;
(c) grant entrance to any premises or place or any part thereof for the purpose of deleting, resist, prevent, or limiting a fire;
(d) the holding of the emergency power supply in the event of a power outage the ordinary;
(e) the holding of the emergency lighting for purposes of escape from the building;
(f) indicates the direction to an emergency route or refuge; or (g) to exit a pretty and safe for the purposes of pengungsian or withdrawal of occupants in the event of fire;
"Director General" means the Director General of the fire and rescue services who is appointed pursuant to subsection 3 (2);
"Fund" means the Fund Welfare the Fire Services Department was established under section 48;
"infringing" includes a failure to comply with, and "breach" has a corresponding meaning;
"Court" means the Court of first class magistrate;
"State" includes the Federal territory;
10 laws of Malaysia Act 341 "notice" means a written notice;
"Fire officer" means persons employed the services of the fire and Rescue Department for the execution of the tasks on the implement them he is required or authorized to wear uniforms;
"Fire Assistance Officer" means an officer Fire Assistance appointed under section 4;
"authorized officers" means the Director General and any fire officer or fire officer Assistance authorized by the Director General in writing to act under the provisions of this Act;
"Senior officers Fire" means a fire officer of any rank from and including the Director-General down to and including the Assistant Superintendent;
"owner", in relation to any premises, means — (a) the registered proprietor of the premises;
(b) if the registered proprietor of the premises could not be detected, his agents or trustees;

(c) if the registered proprietor of the premises is dead, personal representative on the side of the law;
(d) if there are any person referred to in paragraph (a), (b) and (c), the person who currently receive rent the premises, whether for himself or as agent or trustee for another person or as a receiver, or should have been receiving the rental if the premises are rented out;
"Director" includes the State Director;
"The State Director" means the Director of fire and rescue services who is appointed to a State pursuant to subsection 3 (3);
"certificate of fire" means a fire certificate issued by the Director General under subsection 29 (4);
"closing order" means an order made under section 13 which prohibits any use of a Fire 11Perkhidmatan premises as specified in the order, that its use can be at materially increase the likelihood of fire or danger to life or property resulting from any fire in or on the premises or any other premises;
"water authority" means any person or body authorized or required under any written law to supply water and charge for the supply;
"premises" includes principally, home, building or part of a building, land, tenemen, isemen and hereditamen from any holding, whether open or terkepung, whether there is construction or not, whether public or private, and whether maintained under statutory powers or not;
"specified premises" means premises of use, size, or place, prescribed under section 27 for the purposes of the issuance of a certificate of fire;
"special duties" means any duties or services rendered by any officer authorized, in addition to duties against fire or an emergency, as permitted by the Director-General under section 50;
"vessel" includes every type of the steam vessel or screens, hulk, jong, boats, boat or any type of raft used to transport people or objects through water or for storage.
Part II ADMINISTRATION of the fire and Rescue Department and his officers 3. (1) there shall be a fire and Rescue Department for the Federation.
(2) there shall be a Chief Director of fire and rescue services and several Deputy Director General of the fire and rescue services, Assistant Director General of the fire and rescue services, 12 laws of Malaysia Act 341 Director of fire and rescue services, and senior officers of the Fire and other Fire Officials as may be necessary for the Department to function effectively and efficiently.
(3) there shall be a Director of fire and rescue services for every State in Malaysia.
(4) appointment of Director General and every Deputy Director-General, Assistant Director-General, and the Director shall be published in the Gazette.
(5) every fire officer shall be subject to the control and direction of the Director General.
(6) the rank of Fire and fire officer Assistance are described in the second schedule.
Appointment Of Fire Officer Assistance 4. (1) the Director General may, with the consent of the Minister, appoint some firemen Help for each State on such terms and conditions as may be prescribed.
(2) fire officer Assistance cannot be paid such remuneration in addition to such allowances as may be prescribed by the Minister with the consent of the Minister of finance.
(3) fire officer Assistance shall be subject to control and direct instructions of the respective State Director.
(4) an officer shall be deemed to Aid Fire public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code [Act 574].
The duties of the fire and Rescue Department 5. (1) the duties of the fire and Rescue Department shall include — (a) take the measures valid for — (i) delete, resist, prevent, and control fire;
(ii) protect life and property in the event of fire;
Fire 13Perkhidmatan (iii) determine the availability of fire exit, penyenggaraannya, and pengawalseliaannya are perfect; and (iv) determine the availability of enough exit from the premises specified in the event of fire;
(b) carry out an investigation about the reason, causes of, and circumstances of fire; and (c) implement humanitarian services, including the protection of lives and property during the occurrence of any disaster.
(2) fire and Rescue Department may, in addition to its duties under subsection (1), perform any other tasks charged to it by the law or as directed by the Minister so that potential.
Uniforms and identification cards 6. (1) every fire officer and fire officer Assistance shall be provided with uniforms and flag rank as may be prescribed by the Minister.
(2) every fire officer and fire officer Assistance shall be provided with identification cards in accordance with the prescribed form.
The exercise of the powers and duties 7. (1) the powers and duties of the Director General under subsection 4 (1), 22 (1), section 29, 35A, 46 and 50 may, subject to the control and direction of the Director General, performed or executed by an independent State, but the conduct and implementation of power and the task by the State Director shall be limited to the States he appointed unless the Director-General may, by notification in the Gazette, broaden its jurisdiction in General in respect of the powers and the duties or any of them to a State or other States or part of it.
14 laws of Malaysia Act 341 (2) subject to the provisions of subsection (1) and subject to any conditions or restrictions which it deems fit by the Director General, the Director General may, in writing, delegate the exercise of any power or performance of any of its duties under this Act to any officer of the Fire Department, and if the Director-General acting under this subsection, he shall specify the area and period of time the jurisdiction delegated.
(3) the exercise of the powers or duties delegated under subsection (2) shall be subject to the control and direction of the Director General.
Part III ELIMINATION of FIRE HAZARD Notices eliminate fire hazard 8. (1) the Director General, if satisfied the existence of any fire hazard in any premises, can deliver — (a) to the person who caused the Act, default, or pembiarannya the fire hazard arose or continues, if it is the premises occupants at the time of the notice to be served; or (b) if the person due to the Act, default, or pembiarannya the fire hazard arose or continues rather than residents of the premises at the time of the notice to be served or not known, to the owner of the premises; or (c) if the owner of the premises could not be ascertained or found easily or are not in Malaysia, to the occupier of the premises, irrespective of whether he is the person who caused the Act, default, or pembiarannya the fire hazard arose or continues, a notice eliminate fire hazard in form A of the first schedule, requires it eliminate the fire hazard within the period specified in the notice , and do all things necessary for such purpose;
15Perkhidmatan fire and the notice may, if it thinks fit by the Director General, declare any works to be carried out for the purpose.
(2) if the Director General thought that the fire hazard is likely to be repeated, then he can also, by notice eliminate fire hazard under subsection (1) or by notice eliminate fire hazard later in form B of the first schedule, require the person who delivered the notice do whatever necessary to prevent fire hazard from that intended by the notice and, if the Director General of the fair fikirkannya , specify any works to be carried out for the purpose; and a notice containing such requirements can be delivered even if the fire hazard is meant by the notice may have been deleted at that time.
The power of the Director General to eliminate fire hazard premises vacant or unoccupied 9. If the premises the existence of fire hazard that vacant or unoccupied, then Director-General may, with violence if necessary, by using the tools available to it, eliminate the fire hazard and do everything necessary to prevent its recurrence of the danger.
Offence for not complying with the notice eliminate fire hazard 10. Any person who fails to comply with any notice requirements eliminate fire hazard presented to him in accordance with section 8 within the time specified in the notice, whether an order under section 13 has been made against him or not, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both common and may be liable to a fine of one hundred dollars for each day that the offence continues after conviction.
16 laws of Malaysia Act 341 Power Director General to eliminate fire hazard when notice delete fire hazard not complied with 11. If a notice eliminate fire hazard was presented to any person in accordance with section 8, and if that person fails to comply with any requirements of the notice within the time specified in it, then the Director-General may cause carried out in the premises any work as it considers necessary to eliminate the fire hazard and to prevent its recurrence of such danger.

The power of the Director General to eliminate fire hazard in case of urgent 12. If the Director General is satisfied that any fire hazard in any premises — (a) give rise to immediate and real fire hazard in the premises; or (b) may, if there is a fire in the premises, will increase with the fact the risk to life or property which usually happens in the event of a fire, then the Director-General may cause carried out in the premises any work as it considers necessary to eliminate the fire hazard and to prevent its recurrence of such danger.
Order close 13. (1) If a notice eliminate fire hazard was presented to any person, if — (a) that person fails to comply with any requirements of the notice within the time stated therein; and (b) the fire hazard, although has been deleted since the delivery of the notice, may in the opinion of the Director-General will be repeated in the same premises, and the Director-General is of the opinion that it is necessary to prohibit any use of the premises that can Fire at 17Perkhidmatan not materially increase the likelihood of fire or danger to life or property resulting from any fire in or on the premises or premises other , then the Director-General may, by way of making a complaint, apply to the Court for an order closing.
(2) upon receipt of a complaint and an application for an order closed under subsection (1), the Court shall serve a notice in form C in the first schedule to the owner or occupier of the premises, or both, ask them to give reasons why an order closing should not be made; and if the reason is not provided by either the owner or the occupant or both, the Court may make such order.
(3) an order closing shall be in form D of the first schedule and shall be communicated to both the owner and the occupier of the premises concerned.
(4) on the application of the owner or occupant of the premises, or when notified by the Director General, the Court, if satisfied that the premises in respect of which an order closing force has become suitable for the use specified in the order, may cancel the closing order.
(5) any person who without reasonable excuse contravenes an order with disedarinya closing commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or both and can be liable to a fine of one hundred dollars for each day that the offence continues after conviction.
Appeal against order of the close or the refusal to make an order closing 14. (1) any owner or occupant who is not satisfied with the closing order made under subsection 13 (2) may, within ten days from the making of the order, appeal to the High Court.
18 laws of Malaysia Act 341 (2) if the Court refuses to make an order closing, then the Director-General may, within ten days from the decision of the Court, appeal to the High Court against the decision.
(3) an appeal against the order of the closing could not operate as stay of execution but the Court may, on application and when sufficient reason is given, allowing execution upon such terms as he thinks fit.
Disposal of property transferred by the Director General 15. (1) the Director General, in the delete or do anything necessary to prevent its recurrence fire hazard, may transfer any property directly can result in fire hazard.
(2) any property transferred under subsection (1) may be placed in the custody of the Director-General for a period not exceeding seven days and during that period the owner shall have the right to claim the property by paying the expenses incurred by the Director General.
(3) where the owner does not make a claim, the Director-General may apply to the Court for an order to sell or dispose of the property.
(4) moneys obtained from the sale of any property can be kept by the Director-General and is used to pay any expenses incurred by him in connection with the removal, or prevention of its recurrence, fire hazard, and the remainder, if any, shall be paid to the owner of the property.
Recovery of expenses incurred in carrying out work under section 11 16. The expenses incurred by the Director General in carrying out any work under section 11 shall be a debt due to the Government and may be recovered in a Court of a person who has served a notice of deleting the fire hazard.
19Perkhidmatan Fire to recover expenses incurred in carrying out work under section 12 17. (1) the expenses incurred by the Director General in carrying out any work under section 12 shall be a debt due to the Government and recoverable in court — (a) from the person who caused the Act, default, or pembiarannya the fire hazard arose or continues, if it is the occupant of the premises at the time the work is started;
(b) if the person due to the Act, default, or pembiarannya the fire hazard arose or continues rather than residents of the premises at the time the job started or unknown, from the owner of the premises; or (c) if the owner of the premises could not be ascertained or found easily or are not in Malaysia, from the occupants of the premises at the time the work starts, regardless of whether he is the person who caused the Act, default, or pembiarannya the fire hazard arose or continues.
(2) there is nothing in this section shall be construed as affecting any rights therefrom expenses recoverable under subsection (1) to obtain any contribution, indemnity, or damages from any others.
The power of Fire during fire 18. (1) during a fire, a fire officer may — (a) to take such steps as it considers necessary or expedient for the protection of life and property;
(b) issue any person who with his presence or his actions interfere with working fire and Rescue Department;
20 laws of Malaysia Act 341 (c) enter, sneaking or crashing in, and take possession of or demolish, or cause taken possession of or demolished, any premises, place, or thing for the purpose of fires or to protect the premises, place, or thing that of fire, or for the rescue of any person or any thing;
(d) close any roads close to fire or control the traffic or people everywhere of the street;
(e) use any of the appropriate water supply.
(2) the powers conferred by subsection (1) may be exercised to the extent necessary if a fire had been with its reasonable believed to happen or occur.
A fire officer in an emergency that does not involve fire 19. In times of emergency does not involve fire or fire risk, the powers referred to in section 18 shall be exercised by any officer of the Fire if he is of the opinion that life or property are dangerously close.
Protection of Fire and fire officer Assistance 20. There are no fire officer or fire officer assistance acts in good faith under the powers conferred by this Act shall be liable to any action for damages because of any act done or left already than done by it in relation to its work during a fire or any other Act.
Loss due to fire shall include damage as a result of opposing fire 21. Any damage or loss incurred as a result of any action taken or things done by fire officer or fire officer Assistance in exercise of its powers or perform its duties during a fire, the fire 21Perkhidmatan to turn off the fire or to block it from spreading, shall, notwithstanding the terms of any contract of insurance against fire or the provisions of any law, be regarded as losses caused by fire for the purpose of the contract.
Part IV of the WATER and the water in the HYDRANTS in the storage premises for the purpose of fire against 22. (1) the Director General may, for the purpose of ensuring enough water storage in appropriate places in a premises, issue any direction to any person that controls, or the owner of the premises, in order to provide facilities and water supply for the purpose of resisting fire: provided that this subsection shall not apply to the water authority.
(2) any direction issued under subsection (1) shall be in writing and shall bind the person given such directions.
(3) any person who fails to comply with any direction given under subsection (1) commits an offence.
Notice for work affect hydrants

23. (1) None, other than the water authority and its agent, can start or carry on, or permit or direct the beginning or conduct of, any works affecting any hydrants or water flow to it unless he has given notice in writing on the proposed or intention to carry out the relevant State to the Director at least seven days before the work started: provided that in case of emergency , if it is not practical to give such notice within the time required, the provisions of 22 laws of Malaysia Act 341 shall be deemed to have been observed if notice is given as soon as possible after the incident.
(2) all hydrants shall be determined so that it is in good condition after completion of any work carried out by any person under subsection (1).
(3) any work near or around hydrants that affect path to the hydrants hydrants, position in relation to the existing on-street, or alignment grooves it with road level, shall be deemed to be work that affects the hydrants.
(4) any person who contravenes subsection (1) or (2) commits an offence.
The duty of water authorities told the State Director about any action that affects the water flow to hydrants 24. If water authorities decided to take any action or do any act or carry out any work which will or may reduce or stop the flow of water to any of the reels, it shall be the duty of the authority the water telling State Director concerned in writing of the decision as soon as possible after the decision is made.
Power plate install hydrants 25 places. (1) after giving seven days notice to the owner of any property which is located close to the reels, the Director General may cause a plate showing the place of the reels is installed on any part of the property which, in the opinion of the Director-General, is best suited to show the place.
(2) any person who refuses to allow the installation of any such plate as referred to in subsection (1) or menggalang any person who is to install it or move or defaces any such plate installed after it commits an offence.
23Perkhidmatan Fire Hide and misusing hydrants 26. Any person that close, cordon, or hide any reels to make the place hard ascertained, or disturbing any hydrants, or use hydrants other than purposes against fire commits an offence.
Part V CERTIFICATE of FIRE Power of the Director General to determine and impose the use, size, or place, a specific premise 27. (1) the Director may by order published in the Gazette determine and impose the use, size, or specific places, premises for the purpose of issuance of certificate of fire under this Act. (2) If a part of any premises to be premises set, then any other part of the premises shall be treated as forming part of the premises specified.
Requirements for certificate of fire 28. (1) every prescribed premises shall require a fire certificate.
(2) a fire certificate is renewable every year.
(3) subsection (1) shall not apply to the premises provided for, and used exclusively or primarily for religious prayer, public, or premises comprising or including the House is occupied as a private dwelling separate: provided that if in the opinion of the Director General there is any danger of fire in the premises referred to in this subsection, then the Director-General may require the regular inspection of premises applicable and any necessary instructions can be given to the owner of the premises for compliance with fair will the provisions of this Act.
24 laws of Malaysia Act 341 application and issuance of a fire certificate 29. (1) an application for certificate of fire services in respect of any premises specified shall be made to the Director General in accordance with the prescribed form.
(2) upon receipt of the application for certificate of fire services in respect of any premises specified the Director-General may require the applicant, within a period specified, submit to it any of the premises plan as well as any other relevant details as it says.
(3) if the applicant did not submit the required plans and details of the relevant within the time specified, then the application shall be deemed to have been withdrawn.
(4) if the application for certificate of fire has been made successfully, then the Director-General shall cause to be conducted an inspection on the premises specified, and when satisfied the availability of personal safety, fire prevention, fire protection and adequate fire resisting, as the case may be, relating to the use of specified premises, the Director General shall issue a certificate of fire with respect to specified premises, subject to such conditions as he may deem fit to impose or set.
(5) where the Director-General, after causing carried out an inspection under subsection (4) on the premises may be, is not satisfied as to the existence of any facilities sufficient in relation to the use of specified premises as mentioned earlier, then he shall, with the serve notice to the applicant, notify the applicant of the need to be complied with within the time specified the fire before a certificate can be issued to the applicant.
(6) in this section, "applicant" means the owner, occupier or person having the management of specified premises.
Form of certificate of fire 30. Every fire certificate issued in respect of any premises specified shall be in the prescribed form.
25Perkhidmatan Fire set the fees for the issuance of a certificate of fire 31. The Director General may prescribe the fee payable for the issuance of a certificate of fire and charge for the inspection of any premises specified for which the certificate was issued.
Change of circumstances that affects the adequacy of safety facilities, etc.
32. (1) as long as a certificate of fire there is in force in respect of any premises, the Director-General may render any part of the premises may be inspected at any reasonable time for the purpose of ensuring whether there are changes in circumstances caused by it facilities safety, fire prevention, fire protection and fire has become inadequate in relation to any use of the premises covered by the certificate.
(2) if the occupier of any premises specified proposes to make a material change in the on-premises during a certificate in respect of fire in force, he shall, before the implementation of the proposal started, give notice of the proposal to the Director General; and if implementation of the proposal without giving such notice, then the occupant commits an offence.
(3) if the Director General is satisfied, in respect of any premises with which the notice under subsection (2) has been given to him, that the implementation of the notified proposal will result in the facilities referred to in subsection (1) inadequate in relation to any use of the premises covered by the certificate of the fire may be, the Director-General may by written notice delivered to the occupants told him about the steps that should be taken to prevent the equipment in question be insufficient if the proposal is implemented , and if the measures taken are properly related to the implementation of the proposal, then the Director-General shall amend the certificate of the fire or, upon payment of the prescribed fee, issue a new certificate.
26 laws of Malaysia Act 341 (4) If the Director General is satisfied, in respect of any premises thereon a certificate of fire there is force, that any facilities referred to in subsection (1) has, as a result of a change of circumstances, inadequate in relation to any use of the premises covered by the certificate, then the Director-General may by notice delivered to the residents of — (a) told him about it and ordered him to so take any steps deemed appropriate by the Director General to make the facilities in question are adequate; and (b) telling him that if such measures are not taken, the fire certificate may be cancelled, and if such measures taken accordingly shall, if necessary, amend the certificate of the fire or, upon payment of the prescribed fee, issue a new certificate.
(5) any person who fails to comply with instructions given by the Director General under paragraph (4) (a) commits an offence.
Offences relating to fire certificate 33. If there is no fire certificate in force in respect of any premises is set, then the owner of the premises commits an offence.
Right of appeal 34. Any person aggrieved — (a) by the refusal of the Director-General to issue a fire certificate under subsection 29 (4);

(b) the conditions imposed by the Director General on a fire certificate issued to him; or (c) by any decision made by the Director General under subsection 32 (3) or (4);
may, within twenty one days from the notification of the decision or refusal, appeal in writing to the Minister whose decision on the matter shall be final.
27Perkhidmatan Fire power of court prohibit or restrict the use of specific premises. 35 (1) if the Director General is satisfied in respect of any premises, whether prescribed or not, that the risk to humans or property in the event of fire is so serious to the use of the premises should be banned or blocked until measures have been taken to reduce the risk to a level that is reasonable, then the Director-General may, by way of making a complaint, apply to the Court for an order of prohibition.
(2) upon receipt of the complaint and application for order of prohibition under subsection (1), the Court shall serve a notice in form E of the first schedule to the owner or occupier of the premises, or both, ask them to give reasons why an order of prohibition should not be made; and if the reason is not provided by either the owner or the occupant or both, the Court may issue such an order may prohibit or restrict the use of the premises.
(3) a prohibition order shall be in form F of the first schedule and shall be communicated to both the owner and the occupier of the premises concerned.
(4) where the owner or occupier of the premises is seeking to revoke the order of prohibition, or when notified by the Director General that the risk has been reduced to a level that is reasonable, the Court, if satisfied that the premises in respect of which an order of prohibition in force will not pose any serious risk to humans or property in the event of fire, may revoke the prohibition order.
(5) any person who without reasonable excuse contravenes an order with the disedarinya prohibition commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or both and can be liable to a fine of one hundred dollars for each day that the offence continues after conviction.
28 laws of Malaysia Act 341 Power Director General to order the activities stopped in case of urgent 35A. (1) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Act, if the Director General is satisfied that — (a) any continuous activity in any premises will pose a fire hazard immediately harmful life safety or property; and (b) the delay in applying for and obtaining an order of prohibition under subsection 35 (2) will expressly increases the risk on life or property, he may, by order, direct the owner or occupier of the premises so as to stop the activity.
(2) an order to cease activity shall be in form G and shall be served on the owner and occupier of the premises of both.
(3) any person who fails to comply with an order of the Director General made under subsection (1) commits an offence.
Appeal against the order of the Director-General so as to stop the activities of 35b. (1) an owner or occupier who is not satisfied with a decree to stop the activities made by the Director General under subsection 35A (1) may, within ten days from the making of the order, appeal to the High Court.
(2) an appeal against the decree to halt activities does not operate as a stay of execution, but the Court may, on application and when given sufficient reasons, allow the stay of execution upon such terms as he thinks fit.
29Perkhidmatan Fire appeal against the order of prohibition or refusal to make order of prohibition 36. (1) any owner or occupant who is not satisfied with an order of prohibition made under subsection 35 (2) may, within ten days from the making of the order, appeal to the High Court.
(2) if the Court refuses to make an order of prohibition, then the Director-General may, within ten days from the decision of the Court, appeal to the High Court.
(3) an appeal against the order of prohibition could not operate as stay of execution, but the Court may, on application and when sufficient reason is given, allowing execution upon such terms as he thinks fit.
Part VI ENFORCEMENT Enforcement Of Act 37. It is the kewaj ipan Director-General to give effect to the provisions of this Act.
Power to in 38. (1) an authorized officer may, together with any other person deemed necessary by such officer, enter any premises for the purpose of — (a) determine whether there is, or ever there is, on the premises or in connection with, any breach of any provision of this Act;
(b) obtain any information related to the premises as may be required for the purpose of opposing fire, including water supply available for or the premises and access road to the water supply;
30 laws of Malaysia Act 341 (c) determine whether there is any danger of fire in or affecting the premises;
(d) conduct any inquiry it considers necessary in relation to any matter included in the provisions of this Act; or (e) exercise any power or perform any duty of the Director General under any other written law, that there is no power conferred by the law to carry out or implement them.
(2) no private residence accessible by virtue of this section between seven afternoon until seven in the morning.
(3) before entering any premises by virtue of this section, the authorised officer identity card shall show herself to the occupants of the premises, if any, and in the case of an officer authorized in addition to the written authorisation of the Director General, the Director-General and is valid for residents of the premises does not allow authorized officers of the check-in or mengusirnya from the premises if, when requested by the residents , he failed or refused to produce identification cards, and as the case may be, such authorisation.
(4) an authorized officer shall leave any premises vacant or unoccupied which were dimasukinya by virtue of this section safe from intruders as found while he entrance fee.
Restrictions on disclosure of information 39. Any person who discloses, in addition in duties or for the purposes of any legal proceedings, including arbitration, or for the purposes of any report in any of the proceedings, any information diperolehnya in relation to any process of manufacture or any trade, during the exercise of the powers conferred upon him by this section commits an offence.
31Perkhidmatan Fire power to arrest without warrant 40. (1) any authorized officer may arrest without warrant any person — (a) who is found guilty of an offence under section 47; or (b) that he suspects with reasonably practicable have committed any other offence under this Act if the person refuses to give the name and his address or provide an address outside Malaysia or have found reasonable grounds to believe that he gave a false name and address, or that he might escape.
(2) where any person has been arrested pursuant to subsection (1) by an officer authorized, then the officer making the arrest shall comply with section 28 criminal procedure code [Act 593] as if he was a police officer.
Authority for the investigation of 41. (1) any authorized officer shall have authority to investigate the Commission of any offence under this Act.
(2) every person required by authorized officers so as to give information or produce any document or other thing relating to the Commission of any offence for which it is in the person's power to give shall be legally bound to give information or produce a document or other thing that.
Power requires the presence of a witness 42. (1) an authorized officer who is carrying out an investigation under section 41 may by order in writing require any person who is found by the officer to find out the circumstances of the case so as to appear before it, and such person shall attend as required.
32 laws of Malaysia Act 341 (2) if any such person is not present as required, then the officer may report to a Magistrate who thereupon may at its discretion issue a warrant to secure the attendance of such person as may be required by the order mentioned earlier.
(3) a person who is present as required under subsection (1) is entitled to be paid travel expenses and remuneration for work carried out by him; and it shall be lawful for the Director General to pay the expenses.
Examination of witness 43. (1) an authorized officer who is carrying out an investigation under section 41 may examine orally any person which is expected to find out the facts and circumstances of the case.

(2) such person shall be bound to answer all questions relating to the case submitted to him by such officer: provided that such person may refuse to answer any question to which the answer is likely to disclose it to the criminal charge or penalty or lucut rights.
(3) a person who makes a statement under this section shall be legally bound to state the real, whether or not the statement was made in whole or in part as an answer to the question.
(4) an authorized officer examining a person under subsection (1) shall first inform that person of the provisions of subsection (2) and (3).
(5) a statement made by any person under this section shall, whenever possible, be adjusted in written form and signed by the person making it or affixed with cap jarinya, as the case may be, after the statement was read out to him in a language he made it and after she is given an opportunity to make any corrections that may be required.
Fire 33Perkhidmatan the exercise of prosecution 44. Every authorized officer is powerful to appear in court and conduct any prosecution in respect of any offence under this Act.
Part VII INVESTIGATIONS of FIRE Investigation about the fire 45. (1) the Minister may appoint any person or persons to conduct investigations on the causes and circumstances of any fire and action has been taken against or the fires and to report about the causes, circumstances, and such action, and make recommendations based on the findings of the investigation, on steps to be taken to prevent the occurrence of, and to improve the means against or delete fires in General.
(2) sections 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 21 and 22, 1950 Investigation Commission Act [Act 119] shall, with the necessary modifications and as far as applicable, apply to an inquiry under subsection (1) and for any person who conducts the investigation as if the investigation and that person respectively an inquiry and the Commission under the Act.
Taking possession of the premises and other assets that have been damaged or destroyed by fire 46. (1) If, due to fire, any premises or part of any premises has become cannot be occupied, the Director-General may, at any time within seven days after the occurrence of the fire, taking possession of the premises or part and any property or other things that have been defaced, or residues of any property or other things destroyed, by fire, and can continue the ownership on the premises Division, property, or things for a period not exceeding thirty days after pengambilmilikannya, unless within that period a person or persons appointed to conduct an investigation under section 45, 34 laws of Malaysia Act 341, and in such case the Director General may continue to maintain possession of the premises, parts, properties, or the thing until the conclusion of the investigation.
(2) if the Director-General has taken possession of any premises or part of any premises under subsection (1), the Director-General may, at any time necessary, cause a barrier or barrier-barrier erected around the premises or part of it.
(3) the Director General shall thereafter affixing notices, in any place that the person approaching the premises or part thereof from any direction can see one of the notice while he reach any barrier or any part of it, telling the public that possession of such premises or part thereof has been taken by the fire and Rescue Department and that it is prohibited to enter into the premises or part thereof.
Unauthorized presence in the premises was taken possession under section 46 47. Any person who, without the permission of the fire officer, enters or is in any premises or part of any premises which had been taken possession of by the Director General under section 46 commits an offence.
Part VIII FUND WELFARE Establishment Fund 48. (1) there shall be established a fund named "Welfare Fund Department of Fire Service" to be operated as a trust account in the Consolidated Fund.
(2) the Fund shall consist of — (a) all dendaan imposed on fire officer in any disciplinary proceeding;
Fire 35Perkhidmatan (b) a perdua of the total money paid for services fire officer special duties assigned under section 50 and for the use of equipment provided for him;
(c) all sums of money and other assets granted to officers of the fire and dilucuthakkan on order of the Court;
(d) donations or gifts given to the Member or individual fire and Rescue Department respectively and received by the Director General;
(e) revenue derived from the disposal of investment property or services purchased or obtained from the money Fund;
(f) all sums of money or benefits derived from seminars or other events; and (g) all sums of money contributed by the Government.
Fund Committee Fire Services Department Welfare 48A. (1) there shall be established a Fund Committee Fire Services Department shall have control over the Fund.
(2) the Committee shall consist of the following members: (a) the Director-General as Chairman;
(b) two senior officers of the Fire Department shall be appointed by the Minister; and (c) two public officers shall be appointed by the Minister.
(3) no Committee meetings can be held without the presence of the Director General.
(4) the quorum for meetings of the Committee is three.
(5) subject to this Act, the Committee shall have power to regulate its proceedings.
36 laws of Malaysia Act 341 Money for the Fund shall be diperdapatkan only with the permission of 48B. (1) No person shall carry out any activities to earn money for the Fund without first getting permission from the Committee.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence.
Administration and use of the funds of the 49. The Fund shall be administered in accordance with the regulations made under this Act, and used — (a) to provide compensation to fire officer for special or additional services rendered by them;
(b) for the purposes of — (i) the holding of comfort, convenience and other benefits, which are not charged to the public for results; or (ii) provide loans to, fire officer, Fire Officer retired with a pension, gratuity or other allowance or people who depend in part or in whole to the fire officer or former Officer Fire dead at the time of his death.
Part IX special and various tasks at 50. (1) upon the application of any person, the Director General may, if it thinks fit, assign any officer empowered to carry out special tasks in, on or in any premises, vessel, vehicle, aircraft 37Perkhidmatan air Fire or any movable structure specified by the applicant and, for that purpose, provide any equipment as he may deem necessary.
(2) the applicant shall pay to the Director General for any authorized officers assigned as such and for the use of any equipment provided that such fees as may be prescribed.
Interrupting fire officer in executing his duties 51. Any person who bersengaja cursing, attack, stirring, prevent, menggalang, or interfere with any fire officer or Fire assistance act in carrying out its duties or any other people who help fire and Rescue Department under the direction of a particular officer commits an offence.
Failure to comply with the directions of the 52. Any person who fails to comply with any direction given by an authorized officers carrying out duties under this Act commits an offence.
Application of uniform without the permission of 53. Any person, who is not a fire officer or Fire assistance, to wear any uniforms fire and Rescue Department or any clothing that has a special mark, or which may be blamed as, any such uniform commits an offence.
Forgery of documents, false statements, etc.
54. Any person who — (a) with the intent to be recruited, make or falsify a fire certificate or has in his possession a certificate of fire without permission; or 38 laws of Malaysia Act 341 (b) at the time of application for certificate of fire, makes any statement or gives any information which he knows is false in material as or with reckless driving make any statement or provide any information that is false; or (c) when the form comply with any obligation to provide information under this Act, give any information which he knows is false in material as or with reckless give any information that is false; or (d) make any entries which he knows is false in material particulars as in any register, book, notice or other document required to be stored, conveyed, or given, under this Act, commits an offence.

Offence in respect of 55 fire alarm. Any person who damage, hide, activate or deactivate any fire alarm without reasonable cause commits an offence.
Giving a false report on fire 56. Any person who bersengaja give or cause to be given a false report about a fire or other disaster, commits an offence.
Offences by body corporate 57. (1) where an offence under this act committed by a body corporate is proved have been committed with the consent or pembiaran, or due to any neglect on the part of, any Director, Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate, or any person purporting to act on any such property, then he and the body corporate commits an offence.
(2) where the Affairs of a body corporate are managed by its members, subsection (1) shall apply in relation to a Fire 39Perkhidmatan and actions in default of a member in connection with the functions of management as if he were a Director of the body corporate.
General penalty 58. Any person who commits an offence under this Act which no penalty expressly provided therefor shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both.
Compounding 59. (1) the Director General or any officer authorized by him Fire in writing can compound any offence designated as an offence can be fined by accepting of the person suspected of the offence reasonably practicable, with a sum of money not exceeding five hundred ringgit: provided that the Director-General, or such officer authorized shall not exercise of its powers under this section unless the person is admitted in writing that he has committed the offence and request the Director-General or officer resolve the offence under this section.
(2) when any amount of the money paid, the person suspected to have committed an offence reasonably required, if in custody, shall be released and no further proceedings may be taken against that person.
Power wear Act for vessels and structures can be over 60. The provisions of this Act shall apply, subject to modification as may be prescribed, to — (a) vessels that are on the peg or the land for such period or in any of the circumstances specified; and (b) tents and other movable structure.
40 laws of Malaysia Act 341 delivery of notice and other documents 61. (1) a notice or other document may be served to a person or body for the purposes of this Act — (a) by sending a notice or document to that person; or (b) by sending the notice or document is — (i) to the place of residence or usual place of business or the last known to the person, to pekhidmatnya or members of her family that adults; or (ii) the registered office of the body or to the usual place of business or last known body that, to servants or agents; or (c) by leaving the notice or document in an envelope addressed to the person or body that — (i) in the place of residence or usual place of business or the last known to that person; or (ii) at the registered office of the body or the place of business of the usual or last known that body; or (d) by sending the notice or document by registered post paid to the person or body that — (i) to the place of residence or usual place of business or the last known to that person; or (ii) the registered office of the body or to the usual place of business or last known that body.
(2) if the name or address of any owner or occupier of the premises to be served any notice or other document as mentioned earlier is uncertain after a reasonable investigation by people who want to serve notice or document, then the document or notice may be delivered with mengalamatkannya to the 41Perkhidmatan fire to be served a notice or document with the description "owner" or "residents" of the premises (with memperihalkannya) intended by the notice or the document , and with menghantarserahkannya to any responsible person who lives or purporting to live in the premises, or, if no such person can be dihantarserahkan the notice or document, by placing the notice or document or copies thereof in any part of the premises that are easily visible.
(3) a notice or document be served by registered post previously paid under paragraph (1) (d) shall be deemed to have been delivered at the time of the letter containing the notice or document is delivered in the ordinary course of the post handover; and it shall be sufficient proof of delivery that the letter had been addressed properly by the paragraph was posted; But if the letter is returned through the mail is not sent, the notice or document shall be deemed to have not served.
(4) in this section "body" includes a body corporate or partnership.
Power make regulations 62. (1) the Minister may make regulations to carry out the purposes and provisions of this Act with better, and in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the provisions of earlier, for all or any of the following matters: (a) to regulate the manufacture, sale, installation, testing, penservisan, and charging the fittings against fire or fire safety installations;
(b) prescribing the types, site, and testing equipment against fire or fire safety installations used in any premises;
(c) regulate the formation of the fire team in private organizations, educational institutions and voluntary organizations;
(ca) regulates the establishment of voluntary fire teams;
42 laws of Malaysia Act 341 (d) regulating the establishment of organization premises set on fire safety;
(e) prescribing the uniforms, a sign of rank, identification cards and needs to be supplied to the Fire Officers and fire officer Assistance;
(f) provide for all matters relating to Fire Aid, include, power, allowances and their compensation;
(g) prescribing the decency for fire officer;
(h) prohibit, restrict, or control combustion by any person are forests, bushes, or other vegetation in any area;
(i) regulating all matters relating to fire safety and fire precautions;
(j) prohibit, restrict, or control the combustion of combustible;
(k) regulating the transportation, use, handling, or storage of flammable materials;
(l) prescribing the fees payable under the provisions of this Act;
(m) prescribing things or are required to be prescribed;
(n) prescribing offences under this Act that can be compounded, procedures to be followed and the forms to be worn during compound;
(o) regulating the conduct of Charitable Fund of the Department of Fire Services.
(2) the Minister may, in the regulations made under subsection (1), sets out the penalty a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or both because of a breach of any provision of the regulations and, in the case of a continuing offence, a sum of money not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day that the offence continues after conviction.
Fire 43Perkhidmatan the repeal 63. (1) part X local Government Act 1976 [Act 171] is repealed.
(2) the enactment of the Fire Service for the State of Sabah [En. 12/1971] is repealed.
44 the laws of Malaysia Act 341 first schedule FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 form A [Subsection 8 (1)] NOTICE ELIMINATE FIRE HAZARD To.................................................................................................................................................................................
Please note that † Director General fire and rescue, having satisfied about the availability of the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... (premises) a fire hazard, IE........................................................................... (perihalkan the fire hazard) hereby, pursuant to subsection 8 (1) of the Fire Services Act 1988, require that you, in time.......................................... from the service of this notice, (1) eliminate the fire hazard, and for that purpose shall be.........................................................................................................................................
(specify the work to be carried out) and (2) * do whatever necessary to prevent its recurrence of the fire hazard, and for those purposes to be......................................................................................................................................................................
(specify the work to be performed)

Please note that if the master fails to comply with any requirements of this notice within the time stated, the master commits an offence which on conviction the master of a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both a fine and more of one hundred dollars for each day that the offence continues after conviction.
Dated this........................ day months.............................. 20.................
.............................................................................. (Director-General of the fire and rescue) † "or any officer of the fire department that has been delegated the authority to it by the Director-General". * Strike out if not applicable.
Fire 45Perkhidmatan FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 form B [Subsection 8 (2)] NOTICE NEXT To ELIMINATE the FIRE HAZARD................................................................................................................................................................................. Please note that † General Director of fire and rescue services, once satisfied that the fire hazard to which the delete it a notice eliminate fire hazard dated .... a................................................ day months............................ was presented to master * [and which has been deleted since then] is likely to be repeated in....................................................................................................................................................... (premises) hereby, pursuant to subsection 8 (2) of the Fire Services Act 1988, require that you, in time................................................. from the service of this notice, to do whatever necessary to prevent its recurrence of the fire hazard, and for those purposes to be.................................................................................................................................................................................... (specify the work to be performed)
Please note that if the master fails to comply with any requirements of this notice within the time stated, the master commits an offence which on conviction the master of a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both a fine and more of one hundred dollars for each day that the offence continues after conviction.
Dated this.................................. day months................................ 20........
................................................................... (Director-General of the fire and rescue) † "or any officer of the fire department that has been delegated the authority to it by the Director-General". * Strike out if the fire has not yet been deleted.
46 laws of Malaysia Act 341 FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 form C [Subsection 13 (2)] NOTICE to GIVE the REASON That I have received a complaint from.......................................................................................................................................................
(nama dan pangkat Pegawai Bomba)
bahawa .............................................................................................................. .................................................................................................. ........................
(fill the principal complaints received) there are hereby commanded to......................................................................................................................................................................
(opponents) to appear in the magistrate's Court in the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... on............... day months................................... 20................................ hours ................ to give reason why the closing order should not be made in respect of............................................................................................ (premises)
Given under my signature and the seal of the Court, at............... day months..........................., 20............................
(seal) Magistrate FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 form D [Subsection 13 (3)] ORDER CLOSE Whereas † General Director of fire and rescue services, has, through a complaint, apply to the Court for an order in respect of closing..............................................................................................................
(premis)
atas alasan ........................................................................................................
..........................................................................................................................
..........................................................................................................................
47Perkhidmatan Fire and that..............................................................................., the owner of the premises, and.............................................................................., the occupant of the premises, have been served notices asking them to give reasons why an order should not be made closing * [and................................................................................................................................................................ were not giving reasons, and................................................... was not present to give reasons]: thus, once satisfied that any use of the premises as stated below may at materially increase the likelihood of fires or other disasters or threats to life or property as a result of incidents of fire or the occurrence of any other disaster and that therefore it is necessary to prohibit the use of such, I, in accordance with subsection 13 (2) of the Fire Services Act 1988, hereby prohibit the use of the premises for the use of the following, that is to say..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Given under my signature and the seal of the Court, at............... day months.............................. 20.......................... (seal) Magistrate † "or any officer of the fire department that has been delegated the authority to it by the Director-General". * Change customize according to the needs of the circumstances.
FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 form E [Subsection 35 (2)] NOTICE to GIVE the REASON That I have received a complaint from.........................................................................................................................................................
(nama dan pangkat Pegawai Bomba)
bahawa.............................................................................................................. ..........................................................................................................................
(fill the principal complaints received) 48 laws of Malaysia Act 341 there is hereby commanded to............................................................................................................................................................... (opponents) to appear in the magistrate's Court in the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... on................................... day months...................................... 20...................... hours ................ to give reason why the order of prohibition should not be made in respect of.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................
(premises)
Given under my signature and the seal of the Court, at............... day months........................... 20 ............................
(seal) Magistrate FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 form F [Subsection 35 (3)] the ORDER of PROHIBITION That † General Director of fire and rescue services, has, through a complaint, apply to the Court for an order of prohibition in respect of........................................................................................................................................................................................................................
premises on the ground........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... and whereas it appears to the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the ... the premises, the owner, and............................................................................................................................., the occupant of the premises, have been served notices asking them to give reasons why an order of prohibition should not be made * [and ..................................................................................................... don't give the reason, and............................................. such an absence reason]: thus, once satisfied that any use of the premises as specified below can endanger humans or 49Perkhidmatan Fire

property in the event of fire and that therefore it is necessary to prohibit the use of such, I, pursuant to subsection 35 (2) of the Fire Services Act 1988, with this * prohibits the use of the aforementioned premises/restrict the use of the premises mentioned above, IE...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Given under my signature and the seal of the Court, at..................... day months.............................. 20.......................... (seal) Magistrate † "or any officer of the fire department that has been delegated the authority to it by the Director-General". * Change customize according to the needs of the circumstances.
FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 form G [Subsection 35a (1)] DECREE to STOP the ACTIVITIES that the Director General of the fire and Rescue Department is satisfied that there is a connection with..................................................................................................................................................................................................... (premises) of an activity, that is to say.................................................................................................................................................................................................................., and that any continuation of these activities will pose a fire hazard immediately prejudicial to security of lives and property;
and whereas it appears to the Director General of the fire and rescue are satisfied that any delay because the application for obtaining, and procurement, order of prohibition from the High Court are expressly increase the risk to life or property is: 50 laws of Malaysia Act 341 so therefore I, pursuant to subsection 35A (1) Fire Services Act 1988, hereby order that activities.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... in the premises of the above stopped immediately.
Dated............. day months............................... 20............................
.............................................................................. (Director-General of the fire and rescue)
Second Schedule [Subsection 3 (6) and (7)] [A] the RANK of Deputy Commissioner of the FIRE Commissioner Senior Assistant Commissioner Assistant Commissioner Senior Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Trial Senior Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent of Fire Officer Trial fire officer grade I, grade II Fire Officer Grade III Fire Officer Grade III Trial Chief Firefighter Firefighter Senior Firefighter [B] RANK FIRE OFFICER HELP Fire Officer Grade III Officer Grade III 51Perkhidmatan Trial Fire Fire Firefighter Firefighter Chief Senior Member Fire 52 laws of Malaysia Act 341 laws of MALAYSIA Act 341 FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 LIST AMENDMENT law short title force amend from Fire Service Act A799 Act 12-04-1991 (Amendment) 1991 Act Fire Service Act A879 04-03-1994 (Amendment) Rules 1994 53Perkhidmatan Fire laws of MALAYSIA Act 341 FIRE SERVICES ACT 1988 LIST SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from 2 Act A799 12-04-1991 3 Act A879 04-03-1994 7 Act A879 04-03-1994 35a Act A879 04-03-1994 35B Act A879 04-03-1994 48 the Act A799 12-04-1991 48a A799 Act 12-04-1991 48B Act A879 04-03-1994 49 A799 Act 12-04-1991 62 Act A879 04-03-1994 the first schedule of the Act A879 04-03-1994 Second Schedule Act A879 04-03-1994