2003 International Fire Code
and Earlier Editions
Previous Versions of the International Fire Code,
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2003 Fire Codes & CD-ROM's
International Fire Code Coordinated with the
International Building Code, references national standards to
comprehensively address fire safety in new and existing buildings.
Topics addressed include fire department access, fire hydrants,
automatic sprinkler systems, fire alarm systems, hazardous materials
storage and use, and fire-safety requirements for new and existing
buildings and premises.
72: National Fire Alarm Code, 2007 Edition Update
Your Knowledge Based on Today's Environment to
Provide A High Level of Fire Protection Heightened risk awareness and changing safety
dynamics have revolutionized the role of alarm and
signaling systems in protecting life and property.
At the same time, sophisticated technical advances
and solid research findings have improved their
ability to meet the new demands. It is in response
to and out of this dynamic environment that the 2007
edition of NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm Code
2003 Fire Code
International Fire Code Commentary The commentary series is presented in an easy-to-understand format.
Every chapter begins with "General Comments" and "Purpose" sections
followed by code and commentary to subsequent sections, tables and
figures. This in-depth publication focuses on providing the full
meaning and implications of the 2003 IFC. The commentaries are
designed to suggest the most effective method of application, and
the consequences of not adhering to the code. This is an excellent
reference for code officials, engineers, architects, inspectors,
plans examiners, contractors and anyone who needs a better
understanding of the 2003 IFC (1,012 pages)
Use the CD-ROM every day
to navigate easily through the 2003 International Fire Code® (IFC®).
View all the text, illustrations, figures and equations in PDF
format using Adobe® Reader®.
Features step-by-step explanations and practical examples of
the use of model building and fire prevention codes, including
detailed information on the legal, economic, and political aspects
of the fire inspection process. A comprehensive guide to the "nuts
and bolts" of actually inspecting and enforcing code, topics
addressed include: right of entry, enforcement authority, the permit
system, building limits and types of construction, and fire