Life Safety Inspection Bureau administers the following firework programs:
Display Firework Permit authorizes the use of Class 1.3G and 1.4G fireworks in excess of 250 pounds in the State of Alaska.
To qualify for this permit, an individual must do the following:
Pyrotechnic Operators Permit authorizes setting up and discharging 1.3G and qualifying 1.4G special fireworks at public displays for which a display permit has been issued.
For renewal of the Alaska Pyrotechnic Operator's Permit, an individual must:
A score of 90% is required to pass and the closed book test must be completed in one hour.
This test must be proctored in one of the Division of Fire and Life Safety office's. Locations are in Anchorage and Juneau. To make an appointment to take the test, please contact Marie Collins (contact information is at the bottom of this page).
In the event the prospective pyrotechnic operator fails the test, it may be retaken after a twenty-four hour waiting period has elapsed IF the individual proctoring the test has that time slot available.
Should the test be failed a second time, a fifteen-day waiting period is required prior to re-examining.
Test Reference Materials: 2006 IFC Chapter 33, 13 AAC 51.025 (94) (105) , AS 18.72, 2006 NFPA 1123, 1124, and 1126.
The permit is valid for three years from the date of issue.
You can download the application below:
Retail Firework Permits authorizes the sale of Class 1.4G fireworks.
Salable fireworks, Class 1.4G (Class C common fireworks) must be stored as follows:
Download the Retail Firework Permits application .
The Wholesale License allows the individual to sell fireworks at wholesale in the State of Alaska.
To qualify for this license, an individual must do the following:
The license is valid until December 31 of the year during which it is issued and is renewable.
Download the Wholesale License application .
You can download the applications below:
For further information please contact: