REQUIRED for Booths with Fire Burning Products
Important requirements for IBS 2024 exhibitors planning to have fire burning products in your booth!
Step 1: Read and review Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) rules and regulations regarding open flames, flammable lighters, torch lighters, candles, fire pits, fireplaces and hot works.
Step 2: Complete the LVCC Fireplace and Fire Pit Display form (required for all fire burning products) and follow all submission instructions.
Step 3: You must have a minimum 5lb ABC (3A:40BC) fire extinguisher at your booth. The fire extinguisher needs to have a current State of Nevada Fire Marshall inspection tag affixed and the extinguisher must be charged with all parts functioning (hoses, safety pin present and secured).
NOTE: Any hot works performed in a booth requires a minimum 10lb 2A:20B:C fire extinguisher with a current Nevada Fire Marshall inspection tag. The booth needs to also have signage stating “Hot Works in Progress.”
In addition, if your booth will include an open flame (not enclosed in glass), you must also complete these steps:
Step 1: Fire Pits not fully enclosed with a glass front, or a protective heat/contact barrier will require an Open-Flame Permit from the Clark County Fire Department. Applications for open flame permits can be submitted online or by email: [email protected].
Step-by -step instructions are included on pages 2-9 of the LVCC rules and regulations for open flame document.
Step 2: Assign a person for Fire Watch. This person needs to read and submit the Clark County Fire Watch Requirements form. This fire watch form is submitted after payment when you submit your renderings and all other paperwork.
If you have any questions, please contact the IBS Exhibitor Service Department at [email protected] or 1-202-266-8109.