> Freedom of Information Act - Information relation to the Illinois Office or the State Fire Marshal
Freedom of Information Act - Information relation to the Illinois Office or the State Fire Marshal
OSFM's mission is to improve safety by increasing public awareness about fire hazards, public safety codes and fire prevention while also enhancing firefighting and emergency response capabilities to local communities. OSFM currently employs approximately 147 full and part-time employees and has an operating budget of approximately $27.6 million. This block diagram identifies OSFM's functional divisions.
A copy of our Annual Report is located at the following link [PDF, 2.2MB].for further information concerning OSFM's operating budget, and work performed by its divisions. Information concerning the membership of the Fire Equipment Distributor Advisory Board, the Illinois Fire Advisory Commission, the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Board, and the Elevator Safety Review Board can be found at http://www.appointments.illinois.gov/. The membership of the above named Boards/Commissions appears below:
Boiler And Pressure Vessel Rule Board - The board formulates and enforces rules and regulations for safe and proper construction, installation, repair, use, and operation of boilers and pressure vessels in the state. [Boards and Commissions Detail from appointments.illinois.gov]
Elevator Safety Review Board - The Board regulates construction, operation, inspection, testing, maintenance, alteration and repair of elevators and other conveyances. Nine Board members shall constitute a quorum. A quorum is required for all Board decisions. [Boards and Commissions Detail from appointments.illinois.gov]
Fire Advisory Commission - The Commission advises State Fire Marshal on fire protection, investigation, and prevention and other duties required by law. [Boards and Commissions Detail from appointments.illinois.gov]
Fire Fighting Medal of Honor Committee - The Committee is responsible for developing an annual award program to recognize fire fighters who were killed, seriously hurt, or displayed exceptional bravery or heroism in the line of duty; working with fire-fighting organizations in state to designing, develop, and procure a Fire Fighting Medal of Honor; selecting an appropriate date or occasion for presentation. [Boards and Commissions Detail from appointments.illinois.gov]
The Office of the State Fire Marshal maintains three offices with the following addresses.
1035 Stevenson Dr.
Springfield, IL 62703
100 W. Randolph St., Ste. 4-600
Chicago, IL 60601
2309 W. Main St.
Marion, IL 62959