Florida Fire Prevention Code, Fourth Edition 2011 is based on the 2009 editions of NFPA 1: Fire Code and NFPA 101®: Life Safety Code®.
Conduct fire and life safety inspections, install and test safety systems and equipment, and protect people and property with the Florida Fire Prevention Code, Fourth Edition 2011. To distinguish Florida changes, additions, deletions, and exceptions to the NFPA codes, "FL" symbols appear in the margins of the documents.
Available in fully searchable PDF, the Florida Fire Prevention Code, Fourth Edition 2011 presents Florida amendments within the texts of:
- NFPA 1: Fire Code, 2009 Edition, presenting the minimum requirements necessary to establish a reasonable level of fire and life safety and property protection from the hazards created by fire, explosion, and dangerous conditions. The Code presents an integrated approach to fire code regulation and hazard management, with extracts from and references to dozens of NFPA® codes and standards. (635 pp., NFPA 2009)
- NFPA 101: Life Safety Code, 2009 Edition, presenting minimum requirements, with due regard to function, for the design, operation, and maintenance of buildings and structures for safety to life from fire. LSC provisions will also aid life safety in similar emergencies. The Code addresses those construction, protection, and occupancy features necessary to minimize danger to life from the effects of fire, including smoke, heat, and toxic gases created during a fire. (460 pp., NFPA 2009)
Essential for fire marshals, architects, engineers, building owners, and AHJs throughout the State of Florida.
Communities and jurisdictions throughout Florida rely on the Florida Fire Prevention Code for proven requirements. Available direct from NFPA, the Code source. (PDF, NFPA 2009)
The Florida Fire Prevention Code is adopted by the State Fire Marshal at three year intervals as required by Chapter 633.202, Florida Statutes. This complex set of fire code provisions are enforced by the local fire official within each county, municipality, and special fire district in the state. The county, municipality or special district in which you reside may also have local amendments applicable only to your community.
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