All Emergency Planning and Preparedness plans must be filed online. FDNY will no longer accept paper-based applications effective immediately.
Emergency Planning and Preparedness plans provide first responders an overall understanding of the building's fire protection as it pertains to the layout and contents of the building, means of egress, fire hazards, fire protection systems, and identification of key contacts during an emergency. Select a plan:
To have a Comprehensive Fire Safety and Emergency Action Plan reviewed by the Fire Department, follow these steps.
To have a Fire Safety and Evacuation Plan reviewed by the Fire Department, follow these steps.
To have a Fire Protection Plan reviewed by the Fire Department, follow these steps.
To have a High-Rise Residential (Non-Sequential Floor Numbering) BIC reviewed by the Fire Department, follow these steps.
Payments and Refund Requests – All TM and EPPG Payments can now be processed directly from within FDNY Business. Applicants can now also submit and track refund requests directly from FDNY Business.
To have the above applications reviewed by the Fire Department, see training content below, create your User ID and Log In to file online:
PDF intake can be used for the first submission of a new or amended application only. After you have submitted a PDF intake request, you must verify all information entered on the web-forms is correct. All previously submitted data will be available for online editing via web-forms.
PDF intake can only be used for:
PDF intake does not apply to Fire Protection Plan or the High-Rise Residential (Non-Sequential Floor Numbering) BIC at this time.
Download and complete the Intake Forms for online filing. Once completed, these forms can be uploaded through the PDF Intake process on FDNY Business. Please review the User Guide for more instructions.
NOTICE: Older versions of these forms cannot be used for the PDF Intake process. Once uploaded, all activities including review, updates, submissions, and corrective actions to plans and/or amendments must be completed online.