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International Fire Code 2012 (IFC 2012)

Chapter 1 Scope and Administration

Chapter 1 ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT

Chapter 2 Definitions

Chapter 3 General Requirements

Chapter 4 Emergency Planning and Preparedness

Chapter 5 Fire Service Features

Chapter 6 Building Services and Systems

Chapter 7 Fire-Resistance-Rated Construction

Chapter 8 Interior Finish, Decorative Materials and Furnishings

Chapter 9 Fire Protection Systems

Chapter 10 Means of Egress

Chapter 11 Construction Requirements for Existing Buildings

Chapter 12 Through 19 Reserved

Chapter 20 Aviation Facilities

Chapter 21 Dry Cleaning

Chapter 22 Combustible Dust-Producing Operations

Chapter 23 Motor Fuel-Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages

Chapter 24 Flammable Finishes

Chapter 25 Fruit and Crop Ripening

Chapter 26 Fumigation and Insecticidal Fogging

Chapter 27 Semiconductor Fabrication Facilities

Chapter 28 Lumber Yards and Woodworking Facilities

Chapter 29 Manufacture of Organic Coatings

Chapter 30 Industrial Ovens

Chapter 31 Tents and Other Membrane Structures

Chapter 32 High-Piled Combustible Storage

Chapter 33 Fire Safety During Construction and Demolition

Chapter 34 Tire Rebuilding and Tire Storage

Chapter 35 Welding and Other Hot Work

Chapter 36 Marinas

Chapter 37 Through 49 Reserved

Chapter 50 Hazardous Materials—General Provisions

Chapter 51 Aerosols

Chapter 52 Combustible Fibers

Chapter 53 Compressed Gases

Chapter 54 Corrosive Materials

Chapter 55 Cryogenic Fluids

Chapter 56 Explosives and Fireworks

Chapter 57 Flammable and Combustible Liquids

Chapter 58 Flammable Gases and Flammable Cryogenic Fluids

Chapter 59 Flammable Solids

Chapter 60 Highly Toxic and Toxic Materials

Chapter 61 Liquefied Petroleum Gases

Chapter 62 Organic Peroxides

Chapter 63 Oxidizers, Oxidizing Gases and Oxidizing Cryogenic Fluids

Chapter 64 Pyrophoric Materials

Chapter 65 Pyroxylin (Cellulose Nitrate) Plastics

Chapter 66 Unstable (Reactive) Materials

Chapter 67 Water-Reactive Solids and Liquids

Chapter 68 Through 79 Reserved

Chapter 80 Referenced Standards

Appendix A Board of Appeals

Appendix B Fire-Flow Requirements for Buildings

Appendix C Fire Hydrant Locations and Distribution

Appendix D Fire Apparatus Access Roads

Appendix E Hazard Categories

Appendix F Hazard Ranking

Appendix G CRYOGENIC FLUIDS—WEIGHT AND VOLUME EQUIVALENTS

Appendix H Hazardous Materials Management Plan (Hmmp) and Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement (Hmis) Instructions

Appendix I FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS—NONCOMPLIANT CONDITIONS

Appendix J Building Information Sign

The provisions contained in this appendix are not mandatory unless specifically referenced in the adopting ordinance. The provisions contained in this appendix are adopted in the District of Columbia.
(See Example Format in Figure 1).
1. Fill out items and sign the declaration.
2. Part A of this section is required to be updated and submitted annually, or within 30 days of a process or management change.
(See Example Format in Figure 2).
1. Provide a site plan on 81/2 by 11 inch (215 mm by 279 mm) paper, showing the locations of all buildings, structures, outdoor chemical control or storage and use areas, parking lots, internal roads, storm and sanitary sewers, wells and adjacent property uses. Indicate the approximate scale, northern direction and date the drawing was completed.
(See Example Format in Figure 3).
1. Provide a floor plan of each building identified on the site plan as containing hazardous materials on 81/2-inch by 11-inch (215 mm by 279 mm) paper, identifying the northern direction, and showing the location of each storage and use area.
2. Identify storage and use areas, including hazard waste storage areas.
3. Show the following:
3.1. Accesses to each storage and use area.
3.2. Location of emergency equipment.
3.3. Location where liaison will meet emergency responders.
3.4. Facility evacuation meeting point locations.
3.5. The general purpose of other areas within the building.
3.6. Location of all aboveground and underground tanks to include sumps, vaults, below-grade treatment systems, piping, etc.
3.7. Show hazard classes in each area.
3.8. Show locations of all Group H occupancies, control areas, and exterior storage and use areas.
3.9. Show emergency exits.
1. HMIS Summary Report (see Example Format in Figure 4).
1.1. Complete a summary report for each control area and Group H occupancy.
1.2. The storage summary report includes the HMIS Inventory Report amounts in storage, use-closed and use-open conditions.
1.3. Provide separate summary reports for storage, use-closed and use-open conditions.
1.4. IBC/IFC Hazard Class.
1.5. Inventory Amount. [Solid (lb), Liquid (gal), Gas (cu ft, gal or lbs)].
1.6. IBC/IFC Maximum Allowable Quantity per control area (MAQ). (If applicable, double MAQ for sprinkler protection and/or storage in cabinets. For wholesale and retail sales occupancies, go to Tables 5003.11.1 and 5704.3.4.1 of the International Fire Code for MAQs.).
2. HMIS Inventory Report (see Example Format in Figure 5).
2.1. Complete an inventory report by listing products by location.
2.2. Product Name.
2.3. Components. (For mixtures specify percentages of major components if available.)
2.4. Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) Number. (For mixtures list CAS Numbers of major components if available.)
2.5. Location. (Identify the control area or, if it is a Group H occupancy, provide the classification, such as H-2, H-3, etc.)
2.6. Container with a capacity of greater than 55 gallons (208 L). (If product container, vessel or tank could exceed 55 gallons, indicate yes in column.)
2.7. Hazard Classification. (List applicable classifications for each product.)
2.8. Stored. (Amount of product in storage conditions.)
2.9. Closed. (Amount of product in use-closed systems.)
2.10. Open. (Amount of product in use-open systems.)


     Facilities which have prepared, filed and submitted a Tier II Inventory Report required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) or required by a state which has secured USEPA approval for a similar form shall be deemed to have complied with this section.
1. Emergency Notification. (See Example Format in Figure 6.)
2. Where OSHA or state regulations require a facility to have either an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) or an Emergency Response Plan (ERP), the EAP or ERP shall be included as part of the HMMP.
ICCIBC—12International Building CodeH102.1
ICCIFC—12International Fire CodeH102.1

FIGURE 1
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PLAN
SECTION I: FACILITY DESCRIPTION

1. Business Name:__________________________Phone:_________
Address:_________________________________________
2. Person Responsible for the Business
Name:Title:Phone:
___________________________________________________
3. Emergency Contacts:
Name:Title:Home Number:Work Number:
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
4. Person Responsible for the Application/Principal Contact:
Name:Title:Phone:
___________________________________________________
5. Principal Business Activity:
____________________________________________
____________________________________________
____________________________________________
6. Number of Employees:_____
7. Number of Shifts: _______
a. Number of Employees per Shift:
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
8. Hours of Operation: ______

FIGURE 2
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PLAN SECTION I: FACILITY DESCRIPTION

FIGURE 3
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PLAN SECTION I: FACILITY DESCRIPTION PART C—FACILITY MAP

Business NameDate
AddressPage of

FIGURE 4
SECTION II—HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENT (HMIS) HMIS SUMMARY REPORTa (Storageb Conditions)c

IBC/IFC HAZARD CLASSHAZARD CLASSINVENTORY AMOUNTIBC/IFC MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE QUANTITYd
(Abbrev)Solid (lb)Liquid (gal)Gas (cu ft, gal, lb)Solid (lb)Liquid (gal)Gas (cu ft, gal lb)
Combustible
Liquid
C25120
C3A330
C3B613,200
Combustible Fiber Loose/Baled
Cryogenics, FlammableCryo-Flam45
Cryogenic, OxidizingCryo-OX45
Flammable GasFLG
(Gaseous)1501,000
(Liquefied)30
Flammable LiquidF1A30
F1B & F1C5120
Combination (1A, 1B, 1C)5120
Flammable SolidFLS125
Organic PeroxideOPU0
OP15
OP250
OP3125
OP4NL
OP5NL
OxidizerOX40
OX310
OX2250
OX14,000
a. Complete a summary report for each control area and Group H occupancy.
b. Storage = storage + use-closed + use-open systems.
c. Separate reports are required for use-closed and use-open systems.
d. Include increases for sprinklefrs or storage in cabinets, if applicable.
(This is an example; add additional hazard classes as needed.)

FIGURE 5
SECTION II — HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENT (HMIS) HMIS INVENTORY REPORT
(Sort Products Alphabetically by Location of Product and then Alphabetically by Product Name)

Product Name
(Components)c
CAS NumberLocationaContainer
> 55 galb
Haz Class 1Haz Class 2Haz Class 3Stored (Ibs)Stored (gal)Stored (gas)dClosed (bls)Closed (gal)Closed gasdOpen (Ibs)Open
(gal)
ACETYLENE
(Acetylene gas)
74-86-2Control Area 1FLGUR2150
BLACK AEROSOL
SPRAY PAINT

(Mixture)
MixtureControl Area 1A-L3 24
GASOLINE,
UNLEADED

(Gasoline-Mixture)
Methyl-t-Butyl-Ether-15%
Diisopropyl Ether-7%
Ethanol-11%
Toluene-12%
Xylene-11%

8006-61-9

1634-04-4
108-20-3
64-17-5
108-88-3
1330-20-7
Control Area 1F1B 5
MOTOR OIL-10W40
(Hydrotreated Heavy
Paraffinic Distillate-85%;
Additives-20%)
64742-54-7
Mixture
Control Area 1C3B 3
DIESEL
(Diesel-99-100%;
Additives)
68476-34-6 ProprietaryControl Area 2YesC2 225
TRANSMISSION FLUID
(Oil-Solvent-Neutral;
Performance Additives)
64742-65-0Control Area 2C3B 3
OXYGEN, GAS
(Oxygen)
7782-44-7H-3OXG 5,000
a. Identify the control area or, if it is a Group H occupancy, provide the classification, such as H-2, H-3, etc.
b. If the product container, vessel or tank could exceed 55 gallons, indicate yes in the column.
c. Specify percentages of main components if available.
d. In cubic feet, gallons or pounds.

(This is an example; add additional hazard classes as needed.)

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