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UNIFORM BUILDING CODE. 2–1. Volume 2. Chapters 1 through 15 are printed in Volume 1 of the Uniform Building Code. Chapter STRUCTURAL. An ordinance of the County of Fremont adopting the edition of the Uniform Building Code, Volumes 1,2, and. 3, regulating the erection. UBC Uniform Building Code Volume 1 - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. ubc.


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This manual covers the nonstructural and basic structural aspects of Guidelines for Manufactured Housing Installations. A guideline plan review. An important fundamental text for ion code documents to regulate the permanent installation of a man- courses of study at the community college and trade or technical school ufactured home on a privately owned, nonrental site. A commentary is level.

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Accessibility Reference Guide. This guide is a valuable resource for Building Department Administration. An excellent guide for im- architects, interior designers, plan reviewers and others who design and provement of skills in departmental management and in the enforce- enforce accessibility provisions. Features include accessibility require- ment and application of the Building Code and other regulations ments, along with detailed commentary and graphics to clarify the pro- administered by a building inspection department.

This textbook will visions; cross-references to other applicable sections of the UBC and also be a valuable aid to instructors, students and those in related profes- the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines; a check- sional fields. This new, other useful references. The Conference ing or updating disaster mitigation plans. Subjects covered include has been a leader in the development of texts and course material to guidelines for damage mitigation, disaster-response management, assist in the educational process.

These materials include vital informa- immediate response, mutual aid and inspections, working with the tion necessary for the building official and subordinates in carrying out media, repair and recovery policies, and public information bulletins. This manual addresses administration of building departments. Included are plan review the unique nature of code administration and the managerial duties of checklists for structural, nonstructural, mechanical and fire-safety pro- the building official.

A supplementary insert addresses the budgetary visions and a full line of videotapes and automated products. Effective Use of the Uniform Building Code. Chapter 10 Means of Egress. Section The Exit Access. Section Scope. Section Ventilation. August, ]. Section Flexure and Axial Loads. Section Loads.

Chapter 23 Wood. Section Other Dampproofing Requirements. Classify the building: Compute the floor area and occupant load of the building or portion thereof. See Sections and and Table A.

Determine the occupancy group which the use of the building or portion thereof most nearly re- sembles. See Sections , See Section for buildings with mixed occupancies. Determine the type of construction of the building by the building materials used and the fire resistance of the parts of the building.

See Chapter 6. Determine the location of the building on the site and clearances to property lines and other build- ings from the plot plan. See Table 5-A and Sections See Section Determine the allowable floor area of the building. See Table 5-B for basic allowable floor area based on occupancy group and type of construction. See Section for allowable increases based on location on property and installation of an approved automatic fire sprinkler system.

Compute the height of the building, Section , and determine the number of stories, Section See Table 5-B for the maximum height and number of stories permitted based on occupancy group and type of con- struction. See Section for allowable story increase based on the installation of an approved automatic fire-sprinkler system. Review the building for conformity with the occupancy requirements in Sections through Review the building for conformity with the type of construction requirements in Chapter 6.

Review the building for conformity with the exiting requirements in Chapter Review the building for other detailed code regulations in Chapters 4, 7 through 11, 14, 15, 24 through 26, and 30 through 33, and the appendix. Review the building for conformity with structural engineering regulations and requirements for materials of construction. See Chap- ters 16 through An ordinance of the jurisdiction adopting the edition of the Uniform Building Code, Volumes 1, 2 and 3, regulating the erection, construction, enlargement, alteration, repair, moving, removal, demolition, conversion, occupancy, equipment, use, height, area and maintenance of all buildings or structures in the jurisdiction ; providing for the issuance of permits and collection of fees therefor; providing for penalties for the violation thereof, repealing Ordinance No.

The governing body of the jurisdiction does ordain as follows: Section 1. Section 2. Incorporate penalties for violations. Section 3. That Ordinance No. Section 4. That if any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance is, for any reason, held to be invalid or unconstitutional, such decision shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of the remaining portions of this ordinance.

The governing body hereby declares that it would have passed this ordinance, and each section, clause or phrase hereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, sentences, clauses and phrases be declared unconstitutional. Section 5. An additional provision may be required to direct the number of times the ordinance is to be published and to specify that it is to be in a newspaper in general circulation.

Posting may also be required. Section 6. That this ordinance and the rules, regulations, provisions, requirements, orders and matters established and adopted hereby shall take effect and be in full force and effect time period from and after the date of its final passage and adoption.

The purpose of this code is to provide minimum It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to erect, standards to safeguard life or limb, health, property and public construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, improve, remove, convert welfare by regulating and controlling the design, construction, or demolish, equip, use, occupy or maintain any building or struc- quality of materials, use and occupancy, location and maintenance ture or cause or permit the same to be done in violation of this of all buildings and structures within this jurisdiction and certain code.

There is hereby estab- lished in this jurisdiction a code enforcement agency which shall The provisions of this code shall apply to the be under the administrative and operational control of the building construction, alteration, moving, demolition, repair, maintenance official.

The building official is hereby authorized and code, and hydraulic flood control structures. For such pur- For additions, alterations, moving and maintenance of build- poses, the building official shall have the powers of a law enforce- ings and structures, see Chapter For temporary buildings and ment officer.

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The building official shall have the power to render interpreta- Where, in any specific case, different sections of this code spec- tions of this code and to adopt and enforce rules and supplemental ify different materials, methods of construction or other require- regulations to clarify the application of its provisions. Such inter- ments, the most restrictive shall govern.

Where there is a conflict pretations, rules and regulations shall be in conformance with the between a general requirement and a specific requirement, the intent and purpose of this code.

In accordance with prescribed procedures Wherever in this code reference is made to the appendix, the and with the approval of the appointing authority, the building of- provisions in the appendix shall not apply unless specifically ficial may appoint such number of technical officers and inspec- adopted. When it is necessary to make an inspec- All buildings or structures regulated by this code that are structur- tion to enforce the provisions of this code, or when the building ally unsafe or not provided with adequate egress, or that constitute official has reasonable cause to believe that there exists in a build- a fire hazard, or are otherwise dangerous to human life are, for the ing or upon a premises a condition that is contrary to or in violation purpose of this section, unsafe.

Any use of buildings or structures of this code that makes the building or premises unsafe, dangerous constituting a hazard to safety, health or public welfare by reason or hazardous, the building official may enter the building or prem- of inadequate maintenance, dilapidation, obsolescence, fire haz- ises at reasonable times to inspect or to perform the duties imposed ard, disaster, damage or abandonment is, for the purpose of this by this code, provided that if such building or premises be occu- section, an unsafe use.

Parapet walls, cornices, spires, towers, pied that credentials be presented to the occupant and entry re- tanks, statuary and other appendages or structural members that quested. If such building or premises be unoccupied, the building are supported by, attached to, or a part of a building and that are in official shall first make a reasonable effort to locate the owner or deteriorated condition or otherwise unable to sustain the design other person having charge or control of the building or premises loads that are specified in this code are hereby designated as un- and request entry.

If entry is refused, the building official shall safe building appendages. All such unsafe buildings, structures or appendages are hereby Whenever any work is being done con- declared to be public nuisances and shall be abated by repair, reha- trary to the provisions of this code, or other pertinent laws or ordi- bilitation, demolition or removal in accordance with the proce- nances implemented through the enforcement of this code, the dures set forth in the Dangerous Buildings Code or such alternate building official may order the work stopped by notice in writing procedures as may have been or as may be adopted by this jurisdic- served on any persons engaged in the doing or causing such work tion.

As an alternative, the building official, or other employee or to be done, and any such persons shall forthwith stop such work official of this jurisdiction as designated by the governing body, until authorized by the building official to proceed with the work.

Whenever any building or Test methods shall be as specified by this code or by other rec- structure or equipment therein regulated by this code is being used ognized test standards.

If there are no recognized and accepted test contrary to the provisions of this code, the building official may methods for the proposed alternate, the building official shall de- order such use discontinued and the structure, or portion thereof, termine test procedures.

Reports of such tinued. Such person shall discontinue the use within the time pre- tests shall be retained by the building official for the period re- scribed by the building official after receipt of such notice to make quired for the retention of public records. The building official may request, and shall receive, the assistance and The building official charged with the en- cooperation of other officials of this jurisdiction so far as is re- forcement of this code, acting in good faith and without malice in quired in the discharge of the duties required by this code or other the discharge of the duties required by this code or other pertinent pertinent law or ordinance.

A suit brought against the building official or employee be- cause of such act or omission performed by the building official or In order to hear and decide appeals of orders, de- employee in the enforcement of any provision of such codes or cisions or determinations made by the building official relative to other pertinent laws or ordinances implemented through the en- the application and interpretation of this code, there shall be and is forcement of this code or enforced by the code enforcement hereby created a board of appeals consisting of members who are agency shall be defended by this jurisdiction until final termina- qualified by experience and training to pass on matters pertaining tion of such proceedings, and any judgment resulting therefrom to building construction and who are not employees of the juris- diction.

The building official shall be an ex officio member of and.

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The board of appeals shall be appointed sponsibility of any person owning, operating or controlling any by the governing body and shall hold office at its pleasure.

The building or structure for any damages to persons or property board shall adopt rules of procedure for conducting its business, caused by defects, nor shall the code enforcement agency or its and shall render all decisions and findings in writing to the appel- parent jurisdiction be held as assuming any such liability by rea- lant with a duplicate copy to the building official.

The board of appeals shall have no authority relative to interpretation of the administrative When there are practical difficulties in- provisions of this code nor shall the board be empowered to waive volved in carrying out the provisions of this code, the building of- requirements of this code.

The building official shall first find that a special individual reason makes the strict letter of this code impractical and that the modification is in SECTION — PERMITS conformance with the intent and purpose of this code and that such modification does not lessen any fire-protection requirements or Except as specified in Section The details of any action grant- no building or structure regulated by this code shall be erected, ing modifications shall be recorded and entered in the files of the constructed, enlarged, altered, repaired, moved, improved, re- code enforcement agency.

The provisions of this code are not intended to pre- A building permit shall not vent the use of any material, alternate design or method of be required for the following: One-story detached accessory buildings used as tool and building official.

The building official may approve any such alternate, provided the building official finds that the proposed design is satisfactory 2 Fences not over 6 feet mm high. Oil derricks. Movable cases, counters and partitions not over 5 feet effectiveness, fire resistance, durability, safety and sanitation. Retaining walls that are not over 4 feet mm in height The building official shall require that sufficient evidence or measured from the bottom of the footing to the top of the wall, un- proof be submitted to substantiate any claims that may be made less supporting a surcharge or impounding Class I, II or III-A liq- regarding its use.

The details of any action granting approval of an uids. Water tanks supported directly upon grade if the capacity does not exceed 5, gallons 18 L and the ratio of height to Whenever there is insufficient evidence of com- diameter or width does not exceed 2: Platforms, walks and driveways not more than 30 inches this code, the building official may require tests as proof of com- mm above grade and not over any basement or story below.

Painting, papering and similar finish work.

Temporary motion picture, television and theater stage sets Plans for buildings of other than Group R, Division 3 and Group and scenery. U Occupancies shall indicate how required structural and fire- resistive integrity will be maintained where penetrations will be Window awnings supported by an exterior wall of Group R, made for electrical, mechanical, plumbing and communication Division 3, and Group U Occupancies when projecting not more conduits, pipes and similar systems.

Prefabricated swimming pools accessory to a Group R, Di- When it is required that documents be pre- adjacent grade and if the capacity does not exceed 5, gallons pared by an architect or engineer, the building official may require 18 L. If the circumstances require, the owner may items. The building official shall be notified in writing by be deemed to grant authorization for any work to be done in any the owner if the architect or engineer of record is changed or is un- manner in violation of the provisions of this code or any other laws able to continue to perform the duties.

The architect or engineer of record shall be responsible for re- To obtain a permit, the applicant shall first the design of the building. For the purposes of this section, code enforcement agency for that purpose.

Every such application deferred submittals are defined as those portions of the design that shall: Identify and describe the work to be covered by the permit submitted to the building official within a specified period.

Deferral of any submittal items shall have prior approval of the 2. Describe the land on which the proposed work is to be done building official. The architect or engineer of record shall list the by legal description, street address or similar description that will deferred submittals on the plans and shall submit the deferred sub- readily identify and definitely locate the proposed building or mittal documents for review by the building official.

Submittal documents for deferred submittal items shall be sub-. Indicate the use or occupancy for which the proposed work is mitted to the architect or engineer of record who shall review them intended. Be accompanied by plans, diagrams, computations and that they have been found to be in general conformance with the specifications and other data as required in Section The deferred submittal items shall not be 5.

State the valuation of any new building or structure or any installed until their design and submittal documents have been ap- addition, remodeling or alteration to an existing building. When special agent. Give such other data and information as may be required by to the building official for approval prior to issuance of the build- the building official.

The inspection program shall designate the portions of Plans, specifications, engineer- the work that require special inspection and the name or names of ing calculations, diagrams, soil investigation reports, special in- the individuals or firms who are to perform the special inspec- spection and structural observation programs and other data shall tions, and indicate the duties of the special inspectors. When such plans neer or architect of record, or an agent of the owner, but not the are not prepared by an architect or engineer, the building official contractor or any other person responsible for the work.

The building official perform structural observation and describe the stages of may require plans, computations and specifications to be prepared construction at which structural observation is to occur.

The inspection program shall include samples of inspection re- ports and provide time limits for submission of reports. The building official may waive the submission of plans, calculations, construction inspection requirements and other The application, plans, specifications, com- putations and other data filed by an applicant for a permit shall be Plans and reviewed by the building official.

Such plans may be reviewed by specifications shall be drawn to scale upon substantial paper or other departments of this jurisdiction to verify compliance with cloth and shall be of sufficient clarity to indicate the location, na- any applicable laws under their jurisdiction. If the building official ture and extent of the work proposed and show in detail that it will finds that the work described in an application for a permit and the conform to the provisions of this code and all relevant laws, ordi- plans, specifications and other data filed therewith conform to the nances, rules and regulations.

Such approved plans and Fees shall be assessed in accordance with the specifications shall not be changed, modified or altered without provisions of this section or shall be as set forth in the fee schedule authorizations from the building official, and all work regulated adopted by the jurisdiction. The fee for each permit shall be as set forth The building official may issue a permit for the construction of in Table 1-A. The value have been filed complying with all pertinent requirements of this to be used in computing the building permit and building plan re- code.

The holder of a partial permit shall proceed without assur- view fees shall be the total value of all construction work for which ance that the permit for the entire building or structure will be the permit is issued, as well as all finish work, painting, roofing, granted. One set of approved plans, specifi- When submittal documents are re- cations and computations shall be retained by the building official quired by Section Said work covered therein; and one set of approved plans and specifica- plan review fee shall be 65 percent of the building permit fee as tions shall be returned to the applicant, and said set shall be kept on shown in Table 1-A.

The plan review fees specified in this section are separate fees from the permit fees specified in Section The issuance or granting of a permit to the permit fees. Permits presuming to give authority to violate or cancel tional plan review fee shall be charged at the rate shown in Table the provisions of this code or other ordinances of the jurisdiction 1-A.

Applications for which no The issuance of a permit based on plans, specifications and oth- permit is issued within days following the date of application er data shall not prevent the building official from thereafter re- shall expire by limitation, and plans and other data submitted for quiring the correction of errors in said plans, specifications and review may thereafter be returned to the applicant or destroyed by other data, or from preventing building operations being carried the building official.

The building official may extend the time for on thereunder when in violation of this code or of any other ordi- action by the applicant for a period not exceeding days on re- nances of this jurisdiction. Every permit issued by the building official control of the applicant have prevented action from being taken.

In order to re- come null and void if the building or work authorized by such per- new action on an application after expiration, the applicant shall mit is not commenced within days from the date of such resubmit plans and pay a new plan review fee.

Work without a Permit. Before such work can be recommenced, a Whenever any work for which a permit new permit shall be first obtained to do so, and the fee therefor is required by this code has been commenced without first obtain- shall be one half the amount required for a new permit for such ing said permit, a special investigation shall be made before a per- work, provided no changes have been made or will be made in the mit may be issued for such work.

An investigation fee, in addition to the permit fee, ther that such suspension or abandonment has not exceeded one shall be collected whether or not a permit is then or subsequently year.

In order to renew action on a permit after expiration, the per- issued. The investigation fee shall be equal to the amount of the mittee shall pay a new full permit fee. The minimum investigation fee Any permittee holding an unexpired permit may apply for an shall be the same as the minimum fee set forth in Table 1-A.

The extension of the time within which work may commence under payment of such investigation fee shall not exempt any person that permit when the permittee is unable to commence work with- from compliance with all other provisions of this code nor from in the time required by this section for good and satisfactory rea- any penalty prescribed by law. The building official may extend the time for action by the The building official may authorize refund- permittee for a period not exceeding days on written request ing of any fee paid hereunder which was erroneously paid or by the permittee showing that circumstances beyond the control of collected.

No permit The building official may authorize refunding of not more than shall be extended more than once. The building official may, der a permit issued in accordance with this code. The building official shall not authorize refunding of any fee Reinforcing steel or structural framework of not later than days after the date of fee payment. Protection of joints and penetrations in fire-resistive assemblies shall not be concealed from view until inspected and approved.

All construction or work for which a permit is To be made after excavations required shall be subject to inspection by the building official and for footings are complete and any required reinforcing steel is in all such construction or work shall remain accessible and exposed place. For concrete foundations, any required forms shall be in for inspection purposes until approved by the building official.

In place prior to inspection. All materials for the foundation shall be addition, certain types of construction shall have continuous in- on the job, except where concrete is ready mixed in accordance spection, as specified in Section Where the foundation is to be constructed of ap- Approval as a result of an inspection shall not be construed to be proved treated wood, additional inspections may be required by an approval of a violation of the provisions of this code or of other the building official.

Inspections presuming to give au- thority to violate or cancel the provisions of this code or of other To be made ordinances of the jurisdiction shall not be valid. Neither installed, including the subfloor. To be made after the roof, all fram- allow inspection. To be made after all plans.

Work requiring a permit shall fasteners are taped and finished. To be made after finish grading and tion record card such as to allow the building official to conve- the building is completed and ready for occupancy. For special inspections, see Chapter the work.

This card shall be maintained available by the permit In addition to the called inspections specified above, the building official may make or require other inspections of any construction work to ascertain compliance with It shall be the duty of the person do- the provisions of this code and other laws which are enforced by ing the work authorized by a permit to notify the building official the code enforcement agency.

The building official may require that every request for inspection be filed at least one work- A reinspection fee may be assessed for ing day before such inspection is desired.

Such request may be in each inspection or reinspection when such portion of work for writing or by telephone at the option of the building official. It shall be the duty of the person requesting any inspections re- quired by this code to provide access to and means for inspection This section is not to be interpreted as requiring reinspection of such work. Work shall not be done beyond the inspection.

The building official, Reinspection fees may be assessed when the inspection record upon notification, shall make the requested inspections and shall card is not posted or otherwise available on the work site, the either indicate that portion of the construction is satisfactory as approved plans are not readily available to the inspector, for fail- completed, or shall notify the permit holder or an agent of the per- ure to provide access on the date for which inspection is requested, mit holder wherein the same fails to comply with this code.

Any or for deviating from plans requiring the approval of the building portions that do not comply shall be corrected and such portion official. The building permit number. The address of the building. In instances where reinspection fees have been assessed, no 3.

The name and address of the owner.

A description of that portion of the building for which the certificate is issued. No building or structure shall be for the group and division of occupancy and the use for which the used or occupied, and no change in the existing occupancy classi- proposed occupancy is classified. The name of the building official.

Certificates presuming to give au- building or structure. The certificate of occupancy shall be posted in a conspicuous place on the premises and shall not be removed ex- Changes in the character or use of a build- cept by the building official. The building official may, in writing, sus- pend or revoke a certificate of occupancy issued under the provi- After the building official inspects the sions of this code whenever the certificate is issued in error, or on building or structure and finds no violations of the provisions of the basis of incorrect information supplied, or when it is deter- this code or other laws that are enforced by the code enforcement mined that the building or structure or portion thereof is in viola- agency, the building official shall issue a certificate of occupancy tion of any ordinance or regulation or any of the provisions of this that shall contain the following: Inspections outside of normal business hours.

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Reinspection fees assessed under provisions of Section Inspections for which no fee is specifically indicated. Additional plan review required by changes, additions or revisions to plans.

For use of outside consultants for plan checking and inspections, or both. Actual costs2 1Or the total hourly cost to the jurisdiction, whichever is the greatest. This cost shall include supervision, overhead, equipment, hourly wages and fringe benefits of the employees involved. For the purpose of this code, certain terms, phrases, words and their derivatives shall be construed as speci- AEROSOL is a product that is dispensed by a propellant from a fied in this chapter and elsewhere in this code where specific defi- metal can up to a maximum size of Terms, phrases and words used in the a glass or plastic bottle up to a size of 4 fluid ounces Terms, other than a rim-vented container.

This structure shall not be a Where terms, phrases and words are not defined, they shall have place of human habitation or a place of employment where agri- their ordinary accepted meanings within the context with which cultural products are processed, treated or packaged, nor shall it be they are used.

English Language, Unabridged, copyright , shall be consid- ered as providing ordinarily accepted meanings. ALLEY is any public way or thoroughfare less than 16 feet UBC Standard , Test Method for Surface-burning Charac- contains three or more dwelling units and, for the purpose of this teristics of Building Materials code, includes residential condominiums. UBC Standard , Fire-retardant-treated Wood Tests on to approval by the building official as the result of investigation Durability and Hygroscopic Properties and tests conducted by the building official, or by reason of ac- 3.

UBC Standard , Ignition Properties of Plastics agency regularly engaged in conducting tests or furnishing in- spection services, when such agency has been approved. This term shall not refer to action on inanimate sur- F F ing access to the seating area or serving only as a foyer.

See the Fire Code. F F F stored, dispensed, handled or used. A chemical is considered to be corrosive if, when living together in a dwelling unit. Materials that may be exposed to the used by a guest for sleeping purposes. Every square feet weather shall pass the accelerated weathering test and be identi- 9. Bathrooms, toilet compartments, All materials shall bear identification showing the fire perform- closets, halls, storage or utility space, and similar areas, are not ance rating thereof.

Such identifications shall be issued by an ap- considered habitable space. The floor area of a building, or portion thereof, F solid, liquid or gas that has a degree of hazard rating in health, F not provided with surrounding exterior walls shall be the usable F flammability or reactivity of 3 or 4 and that is used directly in re- F area under the horizontal projection of the roof or floor above.

F search, laboratory or production processes that have, as their end F F FM is Factory Mutual Engineering and Research, Boston- product, materials that are not hazardous. F toxins, agents that act on the hematopoietic system, and agents F F FOOTING is that portion of the foundation of a structure that that damage the lungs, skin, eyes or mucous membranes.

F spreads and transmits loads directly to the soil or the piles. The reference datum. The elevation of the highest adjoining sidewalk or ground GARAGE is a building or portion thereof in which a motor ve- surface within a 5-foot mm horizontal distance of the exte- hicle containing flammable or combustible liquids or gas in its rior wall of the building when such sidewalk or ground surface is tank is stored, repaired or kept.

An elevation 10 feet mm higher than the lowest grade not more than 1, square feet 93 m2 in area, in which only mo- when the sidewalk or ground surface described in Item 1 is more tor vehicles used by the tenants of the building or buildings on the than 10 feet mm above lowest grade. GAS ROOM is a separately ventilated, fully enclosed room in HELIPORT is an area of land or water or a structural surface which only toxic and highly toxic compressed gases and associ- that is used, or intended for use, for the landing and take-off of he- ated equipment and supplies are stored or used.

GRADE Adjacent Ground Elevation is the lowest point of elevation of the finished surface of the ground, paving or sidewalk HELISTOP is the same as a heliport, except that no refueling, within the area between the building and the property line or, when maintenance, repairs or storage of helicopters is permitted. F F F orally to albino rats weighing between and grams each.

A chemical that has a median lethal dose LD50 of mil- H, Division 3 Occupancy used only for the storage of flammable F F ligrams or less per kilogram of body weight when administered by or combustible liquids in a closed condition. The quantities of F flammable or combustible liquids in storage shall not exceed the F continuous contact for 24 hours or less if death occurs within 24 F F hours with the bare skin of albino rabbits weighing between 2 and limits set forth in the Fire Code.

F 3 kilograms each. A chemical that has a median lethal concentration LC50 in Occupancy used only for the storage of flammable or combustible F liquids in an unopened condition. The quantities of flammable or F air of parts per million by volume or less of gas or vapor, or F combustible liquids stored are not limited. F 2 milligrams per liter or less of mist, fume or dust, when adminis- F F tered by continuous inhalation for one hour or less if death occurs LISTED and LISTING are terms referring to equipment or F within one hour to albino rats weighing between and F materials included in a list published by an approved testing labo- F F grams each.

While this productions of listed equipment or materials. The published list F F system is basically simple in application, any hazard evaluation shall state that the material or equipment complies with approved F F that is required for the precise categorization of this type of materi- nationally recognized codes, standards or tests and has been tested F al shall be performed by experienced, technically competent per- or evaluated and found suitable for use in a specified manner.

F F sons. See Chapter F Division 2, 3 or 7 Occupancy. MASONRY is that form of construction composed of stone, brick, concrete, gypsum, hollow-clay tile, concrete block or tile, SECTION — I glass block or other similar building units or materials or combina- tion of these materials laid up unit by unit and set in mortar.

A chemical is a skin irritant if, when tested on hollow spaces. F F the intact skin of albino rabbits by the methods of 16 C. A chemical is as adopted by this jurisdiction. MOTEL shall mean hotel as defined in this code. Material of which no part will ignite and burn when sub- jected to fire. SECTION — R Material required to be noncombustible for reduced clearances to REPAIR is the reconstruction or renewal of any part of an exist- flues, heating appliances or other sources of high temperature ing building for the purpose of its maintenance.

A self-luminous sign is independent of cording to tests conducted as specified in UBC Standard See Chapter 4. If the finished floor level directly above a usable their successors or assigns, or the agent of any of the aforesaid.

Structural observation jurisdiction. Any masonry or concrete wall that supports more than pounds per lineal foot 2. Conference of Building Officials, as adopted by this jurisdiction. Exterior Wall is any wall or element of a wall, or any member or group of members, that defines the exterior boundaries or UL is the Underwriters Laboratories Inc. F USE, with reference to flammable or combustible liquids, is. F F sphere.

Nonbearing Wall is any wall that is not a bearing wall. F F USE, with reference to hazardous materials other than F Parapet Wall is that part of any wall entirely above the roof F F flammable or combustible liquids, is the placing in action or line. F making available for service by opening or connecting any con- F F tainer utilized for confinement of material whether a solid, liquid Retaining Wall is a wall designed to resist the lateral displace- F F or gas.

Examples of closed systems for solids and liq- to the weather, excepting the following: F F uids include product conveyed through a piping system into a F closed vessel, system or piece of equipment, and reaction process 1. Ceilings and roof soffits enclosed by walls or by beams, F F operations. Walls or portions of walls within an unenclosed roof area, F F mosphere during normal operations and where vapors are liber- when located a horizontal distance from an exterior opening equal F F ated, or the product is exposed to the atmosphere during normal to twice the height of the opening.

F operations. Examples of open systems for solids and liquids in- F 3. Ceiling and roof soffits beyond a horizontal distance of 10 F F clude dispensing from or into open beakers or containers, dip tank feet mm from the outer edge of the ceiling or roof soffits. F and plating tank operations. No definitions.

When a Every building, whether existing or hereafter erected, shall be mixed occupancy building contains a Group H, Division 6 Occu- classified by the building official according to its use or the char- pancy, the portion containing the Group H, Division 6 Occupancy acter of its occupancy, as set forth in Table 3-A, as a building of shall not exceed three stories or 55 feet 16 mm in height.

Occupancy separa- Group A—Assembly see Section Group E—Educational see Section Group I—Institutional see Section A four-hour fire-resistive occupancy separation shall have no openings therein and shall not be of less than four-hour fire- Group U—Utility see Section Any occupancy not mentioned specifically or about which 2.

A three-hour fire-resistive occupancy separation shall not there is any question shall be classified by the building official be of less than three-hour fire-resistive construction. All openings and included in the group that its use most nearly resembles, in walls forming such separation shall be protected by a fire based on the existing or proposed fire and life hazard.

The total For changes in use, see Section When an approved spray booth constructed in accordance with the Fire Code is installed, such booth need not be sep- tected by a fire assembly having a one- and one-half-hour fire- arated from Group B, F, H, M or S Occupancies. When the walls of such enclosure extending below to which they are accessory: The enclosure walls do not enclose an exit stairway, a ramp or an Group R, Division 1 Occupancies not exceeding 10 percent escalator required to have enclosure walls of not less than two-hour of the floor area of the major use.

A two-hour fire-resistive occupancy separation shall not be 2. All openings in when such waiting rooms have an exit directly to the such separation shall be protected by a fire assembly having a exterior. An occupancy separation need not be provided between a Group 4. A one-hour fire-resistive occupancy separation shall not be R, Division 3 Occupancy and a carport having no enclosed uses above, of less than one-hour fire-resistive construction.

All openings in provided the carport is entirely open on two or more sides. A Group S, Division 3 Occupancy used exclusively for the park- one-hour fire-protection rating. Occupancy as defined in Section For required sep- tion of the building shall conform to the requirements for the oc- aration of specific uses in Group I, Division 1 hospitals and cupancy housed therein. See also Section A three-hour occupancy separation may be the gathering together of 50 or more persons for purposes such as used between a Group A, Division 1 and a Group S, Division 3 Occu- civic, social or religious functions, recreation, education or pancy used exclusively for the parking or storage of private or instruction, food or drink consumption, or awaiting transporta- pleasure-type motor vehicles provided no repair or fueling is done.

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A two-hour occupancy separation may be used between a Group A, Divi- tion. A room or space used for assembly purposes by less than 50 sion 2, 2. Assembly occupancies shall pleasure-type motor vehicles provided no repair or fueling is done. Unless required by Section A building or portion of a building having an separation between a Group R, Division 1 Occupancy and a Group S, assembly room with an occupant load of 1, or more and a Division 3 Occupancy used only for the parking or storage of private or pleasure-type motor vehicles with no repair or fueling may be re- legitimate stage.

Such occupancy separation may be further re- Division 2. A building or portion of a building having an as- duced to one hour where the area of such Group S, Division 3 sembly room with an occupant load of less than 1, and a legiti- Occupancy does not exceed 3, square feet m2.

In the one-hour occupancy separation between Group R, Divi- sion 3 and Group U Occupancies, the separation may be limited to the Division 2. A building or portion of a building having an as- code, is permitted in lieu of a one-hour fire assembly. Fire dampers sembly room with an occupant load of less than without a le- need not be installed in air ducts passing through the wall, floor or ceil- gitimate stage, including such buildings used for educational ing separating a Group R, Division 3 Occupancy from a Group U Oc- purposes and not classed as Group B or E Occupancies.

Stadiums, reviewing stands and amusement park mm No. Spe- Group U Occupancy. For occupancy separations, 7 Occupancy. In Amusement buildings shall Groups A; B; E; F; I; M; R, Division 1; and S Occupancies, rooms conform with the requirements of this code for their occupancy containing a boiler, central heating plant or hot-water supply boil- classification in addition to the provisions set forth in Sections er shall be separated from the rest of the building by not less than a , In Group R, Division 1 Occupancies, a separation need not be Unless otherwise specified in this section, provided for such rooms with equipment serving only one dwelling buildings or portions of buildings classed in Group A Occupancy, unit.

An astragal shall be provided The roof-framing system for the roof-ceiling assembly in In Group H Occupancies, rooms containing a boiler, central one-story portions of buildings of Type II One-hour, Type III heating plant or hot-water supply boiler shall be separated from One-hour or Type V One-hour construction may be of unpro- the rest of the building by not less than a two-hour occupancy sep- tected construction when such roof-framing system is open to the aration.

In Divisions 1 and 2, there shall be no openings in such assembly area and does not contain concealed spaces. Stages and platforms shall be constructed in accordance with For opening in exterior walls of equipment rooms in Group A, E the provisions of Section The slope of the main floor of an assembly room shall not ex- A room in which a wa- ceed the slopes permitted in Section In gymnasiums having an area not greater than 3, square feet m2 , 1-inch 25 mm nominal thickness tight tongue- For attic space partitions and draft stops, see Section Section Access to, and egress from, buildings required to be accessible shall be provided as specified in Chapter Division 2.

Light and ventilation tion, except that the roof-framing system for one-story portions of shall be in accordance with Chapter Exits shall be enclosed as spaces. Elevator shafts, vent shafts and other vertical openings shall be Division 3 Occupancies lo- enclosed and the enclosure shall be as specified in Section When required by Section Stages shall be equipped with automat- For Division 3 Occupancies with a Group S, Division 3 parking ic ventilators as required in Section Chimneys and heating apparatus shall conform to the require- Grandstands, bleachers or re- ments of Chapter 31 of this code and the Mechanical Code.

See Chapter frame and located indoors. When the space under a Division 4 Occupancy is used for any Such fire assemblies shall be fixed, automatic or self-closing.

For purpose, including means of egress, it shall be separated from all heating equipment occupancy separation, see Section An approved fire alarm system construction.

A means of egress under temporary grand- stands need not be separated. For amusement building alarm systems, see Section The underside of continuous steel deck grandstands when erected outdoors need not be fire protected when occupied for public toilets.

Grandstands, bleachers or folding and telescoping seating may Group B Occupancies shall include buildings, structures, or have seat boards, toeboards, bearing or base pads and footboards portions thereof, for office, professional or service-type transac- of combustible materials regardless of construction type.

Such oc- Seating and exiting requirements for reviewing stands, grand- cupancies include occupancies for the storage of records and stands, bleachers, and folding and telescoping seating are pro- accounts, and eating and drinking establishments with an occu- vided under Section Business occupancies shall include, but not be limited to, the following: Buildings housing Group A Oc- cupancies shall front directly on or discharge to a public street not 1.

Animal hospitals, kennels, pounds. The exit discharge to the 2.

Automobile and other motor vehicle showrooms. The main entrance to the building shall be located on 4. Barber shops. Beauty shops. For fire-resistive protection of exterior walls and openings, as 6. Car washes. Civic administration. Outpatient clinic and medical offices where five or less Exits shall be provided as patients in a tenant space are incapable of unassisted self- specified in Chapter For special exiting requirements, see preservation. Dry cleaning pick-up and delivery stations and self-service.

Exits shall be enclosed as Educational occupancies above the 12th grade. Elevator shafts, vent shafts and other openings through floors Electronic data processing. Fire stations. Florists and nurseries. In buildings housing Group B Occupancies equipped with au- Laboratories—testing and research.

Laundry pick-up and delivery stations and self-service. Police stations. The draft curtain shall enclose the Post offices. Print shops. The spacing between sprinklers shall not exceed 6 feet mm. Professional services such as attorney, dentist, physician, engineer. Radio and television stations. Telephone exchanges. Chapter 9. For occupancy separations, see Table 3-B. Chimneys and heating apparatus shall Buildings or parts of buildings classed as Storage and use of flammable and combustible liquids shall be Group B Occupancies because of the use or character of the occu- in accordance with the Fire Code.

Such occupancies shall not exceed, in area or height, Devices generating a glow, spark or flame capable of igniting the limits specified in Sections , and and shall comply flammable vapors shall be installed such that sources of ignition with the provisions of this section. Laboratories Stationary lead-acid battery systems used for facility standby, and vocational shops in buildings used for educational purposes, emergency power or uninterrupted power supplies shall be and similar areas containing hazardous materials, shall be sepa- installed and maintained in accordance with the Fire Code.

When the quantities of hazardous materials in Division 1. Any building used for educational purposes Occupants in laboratories having an area in excess of through the 12th grade by 50 or more persons for more than 12 square feet Any building used for educational purposes within 75 feet 22 mm of an exit or exit-access door.

Amusement buildings with an occupant load of less than 50 shall comply with Section Division 3. Any building or portion thereof used for day-care purposes for more than six persons. For fire-resistive protection of ex- For occupancy separations, see Table 3-B.

Means of egress Buildings or parts of buildings classed in shall be provided as specified in Chapter See also Section Group E because of the use or character of the occupancy shall be Light, ventilation and is reduced by 50 percent. For the purpose of this chapter and Sec- See Section tion The number of plumbing fixtures shall not or areas within a building that are not separated by an approved be less than specified in Section The provisions of this section throughout.

Chapter 4. Walls, partitions and floors forming all or part of an atmospher- ic separation shall be as required by Section Glass lights Laboratories, vocational shops and of approved wired glass set in steel frames may be installed in similar areas containing hazardous materials shall be separated such walls or partitions. When the quantities of hazardous materials in such uses do not exceed those pheric separation shall be activated by approved smoke detectors.

When the quantities of hazardous materials prevent the design or use of other systems, equipment or tech- in such uses exceed those listed in Table 3-D or 3-E, the use shall niques that will effectively prevent the products of combustion be classified as the appropriate Group H Occupancy.

Rooms in Divisions 1 and 2 Occu- pancies used for kindergarten, first- or second-grade pupils, and Equipment in rooms or groups of rooms sharing a common at- Division 3 Occupancies shall not be located above or below the mosphere where flammable liquids, combustible dust or hazard- first story. Basements or stories having floor levels located within 4 feet mm , measured vertically, from adjacent ground All buildings housing Group E level at the level of exit discharge, provided the basement or story has Occupancies shall front directly on a public street or an exit dis- exterior exit doors at that level.

The exit dis-.

In buildings equipped with an automatic sprinkler system charge to the public street shall be a minimum foot-wide throughout, rooms used for kindergarten, first- and second-grade chil- dren or for day-care purposes may be located on the second story, mm right-of-way, unobstructed and maintained only as access to provided there are at least two exterior exit doors for the exclusive use the public street.

At least one required exit shall be located on the of such occupants. Division 3 Occupancies may be located above the first story in For fire-resistive protection of exterior walls and openings, as buildings of Type I construction and in Types II-F. Means of egress containing more than 12 children per story shall not be located shall be provided as specified in Chapter For special provi- above the fourth floor; and sions, see Section Actuation of an initiating shall be provided as specified in Chapter All portions of Group When a building fire alarm system is required by other provi- sions of this code or the Fire Code, the alarm system shall be E Occupancies customarily occupied by human beings shall be connected to the building alarm system.

Exits shall be enclosed as tected by smoke- and draft-control assemblies having a specified in Chapter Elevator shafts, vent shafts and other ver- fire-protection rating of not less than 20 minutes. Smoke barri- tical openings shall be enclosed, and the enclosure shall be as spe- ers shall have a fire-resistive rating of not less than one hour. In addition to the requirements of Section , occupancy separa- cified in Section Door openings in the When required by smoke barrier shall be tightfitting, with gaskets installed as Section Openings for ducts and other heating, venti- lating and air-conditioning openings shall be equipped with a See Mechanical Code.

Chapter 35, Part IV. The damper shall close upon detection of smoke by an approved smoke detector located within the duct, Motion picture machine rooms shall conform to the require- or upon the activation of the fire alarm system; and ments of Chapter 4.

All exterior openings in a boiler room or rooms containing cen- Jute products. Leather products. Such fire assemblies Motion pictures and television filming and videotaping. Musical instruments. Optical goods. F An approved fire alarm system Paper mills or products. Plastic products.

F of 50 or more persons. In Group E Occupancies provided with an F F automatic sprinkler or detection system, the operation of such Printing or publishing. F F system shall automatically activate the school fire alarm system, Recreational vehicles. F which shall include an alarm mounted on the exterior of the build- F F ing.

Refuse incineration. F F See Chapter 10 for smoke-detection requirements. Soaps and detergents. Wood, distillation. Group F Occupancies Millwork sash and door. Woodworking, cabinet. Low-hazard factory and industrial occupancies classified as Group H Occupancies. Factory and industrial occu- shall include facilities producing noncombustible or nonexplo- pancies shall include the following: The reason of this variation in standard is variability in the availability of type of materials available, quality of material.

For example the soil of America is very different collectively than that of China or any other country. This variation is also present within the country. The seismic zones are different.

This variation can be easily observed in civil engineering as every project has different sets of characteristics despite of the fact that even if materials and requirements are taken as same. International Council of Building Officials having their headquarter in California has published this code for the very first time way back in ICBO was meant to promote Public safety by providing standards and requirements to ensure safe construction.

ICBO continued to publish the updated versions of the code approx. In this post I am going to share with you the link to download the code.

Uniform Building Code UBC is divided in to two volumes further divided in to chapters and then further subdivided into sections. Chapter 1 through 15 is included in Volume 1 while Volume 2 contains chapters from 16 through 23 and having Appendix at the end. Tags Books Codes. By bang 29 at Books , Codes , Downloads , Standards. Tidak ada komentar: Posting Komentar Atom.Class I, Division 2 hazardous electrical is not required when the air removal from the work station or dilution will The seismic zones are different.

English Language, Unabridged, copyright , shall be consid- ered as providing ordinarily accepted meanings. Cameras and photo equipment.

Have stops at the head and jambs. Deferral of any submittal items shall have prior approval of the 2.

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