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In order for consensus standards--such as the National Electric Code, National Fire Code, and American National Standards Institute --to be properly incorporated under the APA, a standard must meet specific procedural requirements.
All work performed must be in accordance with all present and future state, local and national fire codes.
In an exclusive interview yesterday, Pramod Challa, chief of engineering at Dubai Civil Defence, walked Gulf News through the extensive new national fire code that took four years to create.
Fire marshals, building officials and architects all play a role in deciding what retardants to use based on state or national fire codes.
After the West explosion, they published a two-page document summarizing the hazards of combustible dust which refers to sections of the National Fire Code and National Electric Code.
National Fire Codes documents describe recommended practices, professional-competence codes, and codes for protective ensembles.
The specific guidelines for construction come in the form of the National Building Code of Canada 1995, the National Fire Code of Canada 1995, and the National Plumbing Code of Canada 1995 to name a few.
The handbook is written for building owners, managers, and maintenance personnel and assists them with the implementation of fire prevention and safety procedures that satisfy the National Fire Protection Association's National Fire Code.