NAA/NMHC further urge localities not to mix and match codes, such as adopting the ICC's International Building Code (IBC) but then adopting the NFPA Uniform Fire Code
(NFPA 1) instead of the ICC's International Fire Code.
An on-site inspection checklist was developed to verify the above information and compliance with the Uniform Fire Code 79.115 (d).
Uniform Fire Code, Section 79.115, International Code Institute, Whittier, CA.
Deviations will not be considered unless the bidder can explain in detail why the deviation is warranted or beneficial for the University and provide service levels at least equal to or beyond what is specified in the provisions of the New Jersey Uniform Fire Code
Concurrently, the Commission also voted to use the 2000 edition of the Uniform Fire Code
(UFC) and the 2000 editions of the Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC) and Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC).
The 1988 edition of the Uniform Fire Code
(UFC) was the first major model building code to mandate chlorine scrubbers and other appurtenances to minimize an accidental release of chlorine gas into the atmosphere.
Electrical Code, Uniform Plumbing Code, Uniform Mechanical Code, Uniform Fire Code
While Oregon strictly regulates the use of pyrotechnics both indoors and out, neither the Uniform Fire Code
, used by fire departments in all Western states, nor state law mention fire performances, Lampkins said.
Additionally, an effort is under way to maintain the Uniform Fire Code
as the preferred code for the fire service in the western United States.
In addition to increased EPA attention on chlorine utilization, safety regulations such as the Uniform Fire Code and OSHA standards are expected to tighten.
effluent toxicity limits, Uniform Fire Code, and air emission control) could escalate the cost of chlorination systems beyond the costs associated with UV disinfection.
UNTIL the use of underground storage tanks (USTs) for fuel storage was mandated by the 1970 Uniform Fire code
, above-ground storage tanks (ASTs) were widely used.