Codes & Standards

The first building code was written by Hammurabi about 1754 BC. The concept of the modern building code probably emerged right after the turn of the century in 1900. Today all organizations involved with building systems recognize the need for modern up-to-date building codes to address the design and installation of building systems. Fire safety is one of the most serious considerations. There are safety precautions that must be taken during construction that are different than the criterion once a building is occupied. The emphasis of this website is on the use of fire and building codes to construct fire safe buildings.

  1. Model codes and standard provisions - There are a number of fire codes and standards that identify ...
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Re‚Äčference Pages

Documents


Code of Safe Practices

Code of Safe Practices

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Shasta County Office of Education Code of Safe Practices

Shasta County Office of Education Code of Safe Practices (Construction)

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Acknowledgment of Receipt

Acknowledgment of Receipt and Review of Code of Safe Practices

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Fire Prevention Checklist

Fire Prevention Checklist

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OSHA Publications

OSHA 2254 - Training Requirements in OSHA Standards

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OSHA 3256 - Fire Service Features of Buildings and Fire Protection Systems

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OSHA 3335 - Preparing and Protecting Security Personnel in Emergencies

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