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The University of Maryland Environmental Health and Safety office is responsible for all aspects of fire safety on campus, including construction and renovation plans review, fire safety and construction inspections, fire safety education, fire drills, emergency warden program, fire alarm response, fire cause investigation, maintenance of the Fire Safety website, Hot Work Permits, and occupancy permits.
Facilities Management is responsible for the maintenance and testing of fire protection, fire alarm and other fire/life safety equipment, and systems on campus per requirements of the State Fire Prevention Code.
Fire suppression (firefighting) and emergency medical service are provided by the Baltimore City Fire Department (BCFD).
The Fire Marshal is responsible for developing and managing all university fire and life safety programs.
The UMB Fire Marshal is deputized by the Office of the State Fire Marshal as a Special Assistant State Fire Marshal for the purpose of enforcement of the State of Maryland Fire Prevention Code.
The current UMB Fire Marshal is Andrew Roberts, P.E.
Campus Safety Resources
- Campus Building List
- Campus Housing Fire Safety Tips
- Campus Safety Training
- Emergency Reference Guide
- Extension Cord Use
- Fire Drills
- Flammable Liquid Storage
- Hot Work Permit
- Mulch Fire Standard Operating Procedure
- Occupancy Certificates
- Plans Review
- Portable Fire Extinguishers and Training
- Space Heaters
- UMB Non-Smoking Policy
- UMB Policy on Emergency Egress Safety
- UMB Policy on Fire Safety