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Fire Certificate

What is a Fire Certificate

A fire certificate is issued to buildings classified as designated premises, including offices, hospitals, private residential buildings and other public buildings. The certification ensures that the building has proper evacuation procedures, preventative measures and a fire escape plan.

According to the Fire Services Act 1998, buildings and establishments must attain a Fire Certificate issued by the Fire and Rescue Department of Malaysia (BOMBA) to ensure that the facilities are safe to be occupied.

Importance of applying for a Fire Certificate in Malaysia

Importance of applying for a
Fire Certificate
in Malaysia

Every building owner and manager must be responsible for the Fire Certificate for a few reasons:

How to Apply for a Fire Certificate

You can apply for a fire certificate is through an application via the State Headquarters of Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Malaysia (JBPM) or the Fire Zone Office.

Applicants can apply and submit a form providing the following information:-

How Palcon Can Assist Your Fire Certification Application Process

Our experienced fire safety consultations can ensure certification approval, such as the Certificate of Completion & Compliance (CCC) and compliance with safety codes. A date will then be appointed by Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Malaysia (JBPM) to applicants for property inspection.

If safety systems are competent and approved, the certificates will be provided when payment is made. The validity period of Malaysia’s Fire Certificate is only 12 months and must be renewed annually.

Let Us Help You Apply for Your Fire Certificate in Malaysia

With over 40 years of experience, we pride ourselves on being a trusted fire consultant in Malaysia. Whether for a small office building or a large factory, we strive to meet your needs to ensure your successful fire certificate application in Malaysia.


According to the Fire Services Act 1998, designated premises such as hotels, factories, libraries, office buildings, and hospitals that exceed the prescribed sizes must apply for a fire certificate in Malaysia.

Fire certificates in Malaysia are effective for 1 year from the date it is issued, and it should be renewed no less than 30 days before the expiry date.

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