Does anyone know of a checklist or an inventory or requirements per code that may apply to a specific industry or business. What I am really looking for is a summary list with requirements per each code. Something similar to the attachment. Maybe even an audit form to help narrow what standards apply. #Easy Code Finding Requirements
I'm looking for guidance on fire protection for underneath long, wide tables at floor level. AS system is sufficient but the table tops are solid plywood well over 20 sq. ft. The tables stand 42-45" tall, and while there is open space below, there are numerous scenarios where combustible materials will wind up below, including daily trash… Show more
Per NFPA 70E 130.2(B) Energized Work Permit if you deenergize the breaker in a bucket and the only power left is the incoming from the stabs to the top of the breaker is the work permit required?
Also if you have multiple VFD's in one cabinet and you are changing one but the rest are powered up would a wok permit be required?
Failure to adequately maintain fire suppression systems in health care facilities is consistently ranked as a most frequently cited deficiency by accreditation organizations. In fact, the Joint Commission indicates that this was cited as “not compliant” in over 80% of surveys of hospitals and critical access hospitals during the first half of… Show more
As student FSE I am writing a thesis about fire safety in cold storages. I am surprised that refrigerated and cold storages are excluded from the statistics available on the NFPA website. Is there a particular reason for that and where can I find statistics about fire causes in cold storages?
President Trump has declared the week of May 19-25, 2019 National EMS Week. The theme for this year’s week is “EMS Strong: Beyond the Call.” Those words convey an incredibly powerful message about the EMS profession. EMS goes beyond the 911 call. Yes, EMS is about excellent patient care in an emergency, but it’s also so much more. It’s something… Show more
The electrical world is changing, are you keeping up? As demand for high-performance smart buildings increases, the solutions needed to support that demand are evolving. NFPA and our community of experienced professionals are working hard to make sure we educate the world on what is changing and how to safely and efficiently navigate these… Show more
Is it necessary to install an inspector's test outlet in auxiliary drain? I have a client who is asking for it. I will appreciate the help.
The sprikler system it's on an old building, what we did was a remodelation, some pipes were moved some weren't. The building has a main drain for each of the floors, and we leaved an auxiliary drain connected to the drain of the sink.
184.108.40.206* Wet Pipe Systems. 220.127.116.11.1 An alarm test connection not less than 1 in. (25 mm) in diameter, terminating in a smooth bore corrosion resistant orifice, giving a flow equal to or less than one sprinkler of a type having the smallest K-factor installed on the particular system, shall be provided to test each waterflow alarm device for…