1998 NFPA 803 Standard - Current Edition
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  • Description

    NFPA 803: Standard for Fire Protection for Light Water Nuclear Power Plants provides fire safety guidelines for light water nuclear electric generating facilities, including operating personnel, equipment, and operations. (29 pp., 1998)

  • Table of Contents (1998 Edition)

    NFPA 803 Standard for Fire Protection for Light Water Nuclear Power Plants, 1998 Edition

    Chapter 1 Introduction
    Chapter 2 Functional Subdivisions of the Plant Layout
    Chapter 3 Inventory of Flammable and Combustible Materials
    Chapter 4 Control of Combustible Material
    Chapter 5 Construction Materials and Fire Loading in Buildings
    Chapter 6 General Building Arrangement
    Chapter 7 Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
    Chapter 8 Fire Prevention Measures
    Chapter 9 Fire-Signaling Systems
    Chapter 10 Fire Suppression Systems
    Chapter 11 Yard Mains and Hydrants
    Chapter 12 Water Supply
    Chapter 13 Portable Fire Extinguishers and Hand Hose Lines
    Chapter 14 Manual Fire Fighting
    Chapter 15 Planning and Fire Protection
    Chapter 16 Fire Prevention and Fire Protection for the Construction Site
    Chapter 17 Life Safety
    Chapter 18 Referenced Publications
    Appendix A Explanatory Material
    Appendix B Referenced Publications
    Appendix C Codes and Standards
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