Chapter 1 Material and Equipment Application Procedures

Chapter 2 Boiler Inspections

Chapter 3 Vacant and Unguarded Buildings

Chapter 4 Certificates of Occupancy, Live Loads and Occupancy Loads

Chapter 5 Concrete

Chapter 6 Cranes

Chapter 8 Demolition

Chapter 9 Rigging Operations

Chapter 10 Drums for Derrick Load and Boom Hoists

Chapter 11 Elevators, Escalators, Personnel Hoists and Moving Walks

Chapter 12 Emergency Power Systems

Chapter 13 Adjudications

Chapter 14 Fees [Repealed]

Chapter 15 Fire Protection

Chapter 16 Inspection of Existing Structures During Construction Operations

Chapter 17 Testing Laboratories and Testing Services

Chapter 18 Resistance to Progressive Collapse Under Extreme Local Loads

Chapter 19 Master Plumbers and Licensed Fire Suppression Piping Contractors

Chapter 20 Piping Systems

Chapter 21 Plans

Chapter 22 Pressure Tanks

Chapter 23 Noncommercial Greenhouses

Chapter 24 Refuse Chutes and Refuse Rooms

Chapter 25 Climber and Tower Crane Riggers

Chapter 27 Signs

Chapter 28 Smoke Detecting Devices and Systems and Carbon Monoxide Detecting Devices and Systems

Chapter 29 Sprinkler Systems

Chapter 30 Storage of Certain Waste Materials

Chapter 31 Suspension, Revocation or Limitation of Registration [Repealed]

Chapter 32 Walls [Repealed]

Chapter 33 Exemptions From Civil Penalties

Chapter 34 Electrical Code Rules

Chapter 35 Electrical Inspection

Chapter 36 Electrical Contractors

Chapter 37 Reference Standards

Chapter 38 Ventilation

Chapter 39 Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers

Chapter 40 Installation and Maintenance of Gas-Fueled Water and Space Heaters in All Portions of Dwellings Used or Occupied for Living Purposes

Chapter 41 Venting of Gas Water Heaters and Other Gas Appliances in Multiple Dwellings

Chapter 42 Entrance Doors, Locks and Intercommunication Systems

Chapter 43 Installation of Security Items in Multiple Dwellings

Chapter 44 Exemptions From Filing Requirements [Repealed]

Chapter 45 Building Permit Application Procedures

Chapter 46 Authorized Representatives

Chapter 48 Construction Superintendents [Repealed]

Chapter 49 Outdoor Signs

Chapter 50 Distributed Energy Resource Standards

Chapter 51 Dormitories

Chapter 52 Notification to the Department of Commencement of Work Pursuant to an Earthwork Permit

Chapter 100 [Administration; Enforcement; Maintenance of Buildings; Licensing; Miscellaneous Provisions]

Chapter 300 Use and Occupancy Classification

Chapter 400 Special Detailed Requirements Based on Use and Occupancy

Chapter 900 Fire Protection Systems

Chapter 1000 Means of Egress

Chapter 1100 Accessibility

Chapter 3000 Elevators and Conveying Systems

Chapter 3300 Safeguards During Construction and Demolition

Chapter 3500 Referenced Standards

Chapter 3600 Appendices

Chapter 4000 Electrical Code

Chapter 5000 New York City Energy Conservation Code

Chapter 6000 Fuel Gas Code

Chapter 7000 Mechanical Code

Chapter 8000 New York City Plumbing Code

Chapter 9000 Zoning

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   (a)   Scope. Listed carbon monoxide (CO) detectors required to be installed in E, I-2 and I-4 occupancies and in buildings equipped with a fire alarm system that contain Group A-1, A-2, A-3 and certain B occupancies pursuant to sections 908.7.2 and 908.7.3 of the Building Code must be installed in accordance with the requirements of this section.
   (b)   Reference. See Sections 908.7.2, 908.7.3 and 908.7.4 of the Building Code.
   (c)   Group E, I-2 and I-4 occupancies. CO detectors with built-in sounder bases installed in E, I-2 and I-4 occupancies in accordance with BC 908.7.2 shall be installed in the following locations:
      (1)   Any room containing carbon monoxide-producing equipment, except kitchens and laboratories.
      (2)   Any corridor on the story where carbon monoxide-producing equipment unit is located, as well as one story above and one story below.
      (3)   Any corridor on the story where enclosed parking or a loading dock is located, as well as one story above and one story below.
   (d)   Group A-1, A-2, A-3 and certain B occupancies. CO detectors with built-in sounder bases installed in buildings that are equipped with a fire alarm system and that contain A-1, A-2 or A-3 occupancies or assembly spaces classified as Group B occupancies in accordance with BC 303.1, Exception 1, must be installed in the following locations:
      (1)   Any room containing CO-producing equipment, except kitchens and laboratories.
      (2)   Any occupiable room or space on the same floor as, one story above, or one story below the CO-producing equipment that is at least 75 square feet and is not provided with mechanical ventilation.
      (3)   Any corridor on the story where enclosed parking or a loading dock is located, as well as one story above and one story below.
      (4)   Any parking attendant's office or booth located within an enclosed garage or loading dock.
      (5)   As an alternative to installation as provided in paragraphs (1) through (4) of this subdivision and subject to the Department's approval, in locations determined by a performance-based design that is in accordance with Section 5.8.5.3.2 of reference standard National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 720 and approved by the Department.
   (f)   Equipment shutdown. Activation of a CO detector located at the source of CO-producing equipment must shut down that source. This provision does not apply where the source is a generator.
   (g)   Installation Requirements. CO detectors must be installed in accordance with NFPA 720 – 2012 edition, as modified for New York City by this section.
   (h)   NFPA 720 amendments. Pursuant to Section 28-103.19 of the New York City Administrative Code, the New York City modifications to reference standard NFPA 720 – 2012 are as follows:
      (1)   Section 2.1 is revised to add the following at the end: "Where a referenced publication has been modified for the City of New York by the New York City Building Code, every reference to such publication shall be deemed to include all such modifications."
      (2)   Section 2.2 is deleted and a new section 2.2 is added to read as follows:
         2.2 NFPA Publications. National Fire Protection Association, 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02169-7471.  NFPA 70, National Electrical Code, as modified and incorporated into the New York City Electrical Code.  NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code, as modified and incorporated into Appendix Q of the New York City Building Code.  NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, as listed in Chapter 35 of the New York City Building Code.  NFPA 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems, as modified and incorporated into the New York City Electrical Code.  NFPA 111, Standard on Stored Electrical Energy Emergency and Standby Power Systems, as listed in Chapter 35 of the New York City Building Code.  NFPA 780, Standard for the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems, 2011 edition.  NFPA 1221, Standard for the Installation, Maintenance, and Use of Emergency Services Communications Systems, 2010 edition.  NFPA 5000, Building Construction and Safety Code, 2012 edition.
      (3)   Section 2.3.4 is deleted and a new section 2.3.4 is added to read as follows:
         Section 2.3.4 UL Publications. Underwriters Laboratories Inc., 333 Pfingsten Road, Northbrook, IL 60062-2096.  ANSI/UL 1971, Standard for Safety Signaling Devices for Hearing Impaired, 2002, revised 2008.  ANSI/UL 2034, Standard for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms, as listed in Chapter 35 of the New York City Building Code.  ANSI/UL 2075, Standard for Gas and Vapor Detectors and Sensors, as listed in Chapter 35 of the New York City Building Code.
      (4)   Section 4.4.1.1 is deleted and a new section 4.4.1.1 is added to read as follows:
         Section 4.4.1.1 Carbon monoxide detection system plans and specifications must be developed in accordance with the New York City Building Code by persons who are New York State Registered Design Professionals and experienced in the proper design, application and testing of carbon monoxide detection systems.
      (5)   Sections 4.4.1.2, 4.4.1.3 and 4.4.1.4 are deleted in their entirety.
      (6)   Section 4.4.2.1 is revised to add the following at the beginning: "Carbon monoxide systems installations must be performed by a New York City Licensed electrical contractor."
      (7)   Section 4.4.3.1 is revised to add the following at the beginning: "Carbon monoxide inspection, testing, maintenance and repair may be performed by a New York City Licensed electrical contractor holding a New York State registration for Business of Installing, Servicing or Maintaining Security or Fire Alarm Systems or by those fire alarm companies holding a New York State registration for Business of Installing, Servicing or Maintaining Security or Fire Alarm Systems. The rules and regulations of the Fire Department shall apply as appropriate."
      (8)   Section 5.8.5.3.1 is deleted in its entirety.
      (9)   Section 9.4.1.1 is deleted in its entirety.
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