In accordance with Northern Arizona University’s Student Code of Conduct, Fire Safety Manual, and Standards of Residence, unauthorized open burning or open flames, whether indoors or outdoors, in all facilities and on all property under the University’s control is prohibited. This includes but is not limited to bonfires, campfires, charcoal or gas grills or stoves, candles and similar ignition sources such as incense, and torches or tiki torches. When appropriate, permits for such activities may be issued by the Fire Marshal. Additionally, fireworks and unauthorized explosive materials, as each of these terms is defined in applicable policy, are prohibited. Pyrotechnic displays occurring in conjunction with University events must be authorized in advance by the Fire Marshal. See the Fire Safety Manual for additional operations or activities that may also require prior authorization, such as working with or transporting flammable or hazardous materials and various “hot work” construction or maintenance work such as torch cutting or welding.
Responsible Executive: Vice President for Capital Planning
and Capital Operations
Responsible Office: Fire Prevention Office
Effective Date: August 2, 2016
Last Revised: Not Applicable
Contact: Fire Marshal
View the DRAFT Policy