An official website of the United States government
Here's how you know
A .mil website belongs to an official U.S. Department of Defense organization in the United States.
A lock (lock ) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .mil website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

Forms and Permits

The Forms and Permits listed below are for use on the Naval Construction Battalion Center. If you have a requirement that falls within the area of responsibilities listed below, click on the appropriate link, complete the form then contact the Fire Inspectors at (228) 871-3081/3082/3083.


CBC Fire Protection and Fire Warden Regulation Handbook



Fire Bill
Fire Extinguisher Inventory Update
Fire Warden Inspection Check List


Space Heater

Portable electric space heaters shall be prohibited for use. Only exception, in exceptional cases where heating is a problem. A written permit shall be requested from Fire Division and Public Works Department. The Public Works Dept will issue all heaters. Heaters will be permitted for use only in areas where adequate heating is not available. Energy Conservation Officer will be requested to inspect all areas where heating in buildings is not adequate.

"Personal Heater's shall not be permitted aboard CBC Gulfport."

Hot Work

Welding and cutting operations should be conducted in locations that have been specifically designated for the purpose. Other locations may be used if they have been freed of fire hazards by removal or protection of combustible materials, flammable liquids, vapors, or dust; and if suitable precautions have been taken against the re-accumulation of such materials. When welding or cutting is to be done in any location other that one specifically designated for such purpose, approval of the job and or precaution to be taken shall be obtained from the Fire Chief before operations are started. Operations or welding or cutting equipment shall have been properly instructed and qualified to operate such equipment. Instructions shall include precautions against hazards related to the operation. All welding or burning operations shall be under the supervision and control of a competent supervisor, who shall see that all regulations pertaining to welding and burning operations are complied with. All combustibles shall be relocated at least 35 feet horizontally form the work site. Where relocation is impractical, combustibles shall be protected with flameproof covers or otherwise shielded with metal or fire resistant guards or curtains. Edges of covers at the floor shall be tight to prevent sparks from going under them. This precaution is also important at overlaps where several covers are used to protect a large pile. When combustible or flammable materials are exposed to welding or cutting operations, a fire watch shall be posted in the vicinity with necessary extinguishers or water hose. Fire watches shall be posted on both sides of a deck, bulkhead, wall or ceiling being worked on when fire hazards exist on both sides. The fire watch shall remain at his station for a reasonable time (at least 30 minutes) after the job is completed to insure that there are no live sparks or smoldering fires.

During duty hours 0700 to 1730 you must contact Fire Inspectors at (228) 871-3081/3082/3083 for Permit. After these hours you must call the Fire Department @ 228-871-2414


Google Translation Disclaimer

  • Google Translate, a third party service provided by Google, performs all translations directly and dynamically.
  • Commander, Navy Region Southeast, has no control over the features, functions, or performance of the Google Translate service.
  • The automated translations should not be considered exact and should be used only as an approximation of the original English language content.
  • This service is meant solely for the assistance of limited English-speaking users of the website.
  • Commander, Navy Region Southeast, does not warrant the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of any information translated.
  • Some items cannot be translated, including but not limited to image buttons, drop down menus, graphics, photos, or portable document formats (pdfs).
  • Commander, Navy Region Southeast, does not directly endorse Google Translate or imply that it is the only language translation solution available to users.
  • All site visitors may choose to use similar tools for their translation needs. Any individuals or parties that use Commander, Navy Region Southeast, content in translated form, whether by Google Translate or by any other translation services, do so at their own risk.
  • IE users: Please note that Google Translate may not render correctly when using Internet Explorer. Users are advised to use MS Edge, Safari, Chrome, or Firefox browser to take full advantage of the Google Translate feature.
  • The official text of content on this site is the English version found on this website. If any questions arise related to the accuracy of the information contained in translated text, refer to the English version on this website, it is the official version.

Commander, Navy Region Southeast   |   PO Box 102   |   Jacksonville, FL 32212-0102
Official U.S. Navy Website