In the case of the residential buildings, fire audits will be applicable for those structures having a height of more than 15 metres.
The civic body has also warned of snapping the water and power supply of the buildings failing to submit the fire audit reports within the given deadline.
Praveen Ashtikar, the additional NMC commissioner and Sanjay Bairagi, the NMC fire brigade chief, have issued this public notice following the municipal commissioner Kailas Jadhav’s directives.
The civic body has identified 11 categories for conducting fire audits, which include government and semi-government offices, hospitals, hotels and petrol pumps, commercial buildings like shopping complex, malls and offices, public-used buildings like wedding halls, cinema halls and auditoriums, industrial buildings, warehouses, residential buildings with height above 15 metres etc.
The public notice issued by the civic body states that these residential and commercial buildings are needed to make provisions of fire systems and conduct fire audits by the concerned agencies and submit the audit reports to the fire brigade department of the NMC.
NMC officials said that action is to be taken against those buildings which fail to submit the fire audit reports before the deadline.
The action involves snapping the power and water supply of the buildings. Moreover, the Nashik Municipal Corporation has also warned of sealing the buildings with the help of police administration if they did not conduct fire audits.