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Preface

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-01 Administration

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-02 Definitions

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-03 General Requirements

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-04 Emergency Planning and Preparedness

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-05 Fire Service Features

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-06 Building Services and Systems

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-07 Fire-Resistance-Rated Construction

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-08 Interior Finish, Decorative Materials and Furnishings

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-09 Fire Protection Systems

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-10 Means of Egress

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-11 Aviation Facilities

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-12 Dry Cleaning

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-13 Combustible Dust-Producing Operations

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-14 Fire Safety During Construction and Demolition

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-15 Flammable Finishes

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-16 Fruit and Crop Ripening

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-17 Fumigation and Thermal Insecticidal Fogging

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-18 Semiconductor Fabrication Facilities

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-19 Lumber Yards and Woodworking Facilities

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-20 Manufacture of Organic Coatings

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-21 Industrial Ovens

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-22 Motor Fuel-Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-23 High-Piled Combustible Storage

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-24 Tents and Other Membrane Structures

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-25 Tire Rebuilding and Tire Storage

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-26 Welding and Other Hot Work

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-27 Hazardous Materials—general Provisions

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-28 Aerosols

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-29 Combustible Fibers

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-30 Compressed Gases

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-31 Corrosive Materials

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-32 Cryogenic Fluids

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-33 Explosives and Fireworks

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-34 Flammable and Combustible Liquids

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-35 Flammable Gases and Flammable Cryogenic Fluids

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-36 Flammable Solids

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-37 Highly Toxic and Toxic Materials

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-38 Liquefied Petroleum Gases

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-39 Organic Peroxides

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-40 Oxidizers, Oxidizing Gases and Oxidizing Cryogenic Fluids

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-41 Pyrophoric Materials

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-42 Pyroxylin (Cellulose Nitrate) Plastics

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-43 Unstable (Reactive) Materials

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-44 Water-Reactive Solids and Liquids

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-45 Marinas

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-46 Construction Requirements for Existing Buildings

Ohio Administrative Code 1301:7-7-47 Referenced Standards

Appendix A

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

The storage and use of oxidizing materials shall be in accordance with this rule and rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code. Oxidizing gases shall also comply with rule 1301:7-7-30 of the Administrative Code. Oxidizing cryogenic fluids shall also comply with rule 1301:7-7-32 of the Administrative Code.

Exceptions:

1. Display and storage in Group M and storage in Group S occupancies complying with paragraph (C)(11)(2703.11) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code.

2. Bulk oxygen systems at industrial and institutional consumer sites shall be in accordance with NFPA 55 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code.

3. Liquid oxygen stored or used in home health care in Group I-1, I-4 and R occupancies in accordance with paragraph (F)(4006) of this rule.

Permits shall be required as set forth in rule 1301:7-7-01 of the Administrative Code.

The following words and terms shall, for the purposes of this rule and as used elsewhere in this code, have the meanings shown herein.

“Bulk oxygen system.” An assembly of equipment, such as oxygen storage containers, pressure regulators, safety devices, vaporizers, manifolds and interconnecting piping, that has a storage capacity of more than 20,000 cubic feet (566 m3) of oxygen at normal temperature and pressure (NTP) including unconnected reserves on hand at the site. The bulk oxygen system terminates at the point where oxygen at service pressure first enters the supply line. The oxygen containers can be stationary or movable, and the oxygen can be stored as a gas or liquid.

“Liquid oxygen ambulatory container.” A container used for liquid oxygen not exceeding 0.396 gallons (1.5 liters) specifically designed for use as a medical device as defined by 21 USC Chapter 9 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code that is intended for portable therapeutic use and to be filled from its companion base unit (a liquid oxygen home care container).

“Liquid oxygen home care container.” A container used for liquid oxygen not exceeding 15.8 gallons (60 liters) specifically designed for use as a medical device as defined by 21 USC Chapter 9 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code that is intended to deliver gaseous oxygen for therapeutic use in a home environment.

“Oxidizer.” A material that readily yields oxygen or other oxidizing gas, or that readily reacts to promote or initiate combustion of combustible materials and, if heated or contaminated, can result in vigorous self-sustained decomposition.

“Class 4.” An oxidizer that can undergo an explosive reaction due to contamination or exposure to thermal or physical shock and that causes a severe increase in the burning rate of combustible materials with which it comes into contact. Additionally, the oxidizer causes a severe increase in the burning rate and can cause spontaneous ignition of combustibles.
“Class 3.” An oxidizer that causes a severe increase in the burning rate of combustible materials with which it comes in contact.
“Class 2.” An oxidizer that will cause a moderate increase in the burning rate of combustible materials with which it comes in contact.
“Class 1.” An oxidizer that does not moderately increase the burning rate of combustible materials.

“Oxidizing cryogenic fluid.” An oxidizing gas in the cryogenic state.

“Oxidizing gas.” A gas that can support and accelerate combustion of other materials more than air does.

The storage and use of oxidizing materials in amounts not exceeding the maximum allowable quantity per control area indicated in paragraph (C)(1)(2703.1) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code shall be in accordance with paragraphs (A)(2701) and (C)(2703) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code and paragraphs (A)(4001) and (C)(4003) of this rule. Oxidizing gases shall also comply with rule 1301:7-7-30 of the Administrative Code.
The indoor storage and use of oxidizing materials shall be in accordance with paragraphs (C)(1)(a)(i)(4003.1.1.1) to (C)(1)(a)(iii)(4003.1.1.3) of this rule.

The storage and use of Class 4 liquid and solid oxidizers shall comply with paragraphs (C)(1)(a)(i)(a)(4003.1.1.1.1) to (C)(1)(a)(i)(d)(4003.1.1.1.4) of this rule.

(a) 4003.1.1.1.1 Group A, E, I or U occupancies.
In Group A, E, I or U occupancies, any amount of Class 4 liquid and solid oxidizers shall be stored in accordance with the following:

(i) Class 4 liquid and solid oxidizers shall be stored in hazardous materials storage cabinets complying with paragraph (C)(8)(g) (2703.8.7) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code.

(ii) The hazardous materials storage cabinets shall not contain other storage.

(b) 4003.1.1.1.2 Group R occupancies.
Class 4 liquid and solid oxidizers shall not be stored or used within Group R occupancies.

(c) 4003.1.1.1.3 Offices, and retail sales areas.
Class 4 liquid and solid oxidizers shall not be stored or used in offices or retail sales areas of Group B, F, M or S occupancies.

(d) 4003.1.1.1.4 Classrooms.
In classrooms of Group B, F or M occupancies, any amount of Class 4 liquid and solid oxidizers shall be stored in accordance with the following:

(i) Class 4 liquid and solid oxidizers shall be stored in hazardous materials storage cabinets complying with paragraph (C)(8)(g) (2703.8.7) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code.

(ii) Hazardous materials storage cabinets shall not contain other storage.

A maximum of 200 pounds (91 kg) of solid or 20 gallons (76 L) of liquid Class 3 oxidizer is allowed in Group I occupancies when such materials are necessary for maintenance purposes or operation of equipment. The oxidizers shall be stored in approved containers and in an approved manner.

Except for cylinders of nonliquefied compressed gases not exceeding a capacity of 250 cubic feet (7 m3) or liquefied compressed gases not exceeding a capacity of 46 pounds (21kg) each used for maintenance purposes, patient care or operation of equipment, oxidizing gases shall not be stored or used in Group A, E, I, or R occupancies or in offices in Group B occupancies.

The aggregate quantities of gases used for maintenance purposes and operation of equipment shall not exceed the maximum allowable quantity per control area listed in Table 2703.1.1(1) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code.
Medical gas systems and medical gas supply cylinders shall also be in accordance with paragraph (F)(3006) of rule 1301:7-7-30 of the Administrative Code.
Compressed gas systems conveying oxidizer gases shall be provided with approved manual or automatic emergency shutoff valves that can be activated at each point of use and at each source.
A manual or automatic fail-safe emergency shutoff valve shall be installed on supply piping at the cylinder or bulk source. Manual or automatic cylinder valves are allowed to be used as the required emergency shutoff valve when the source of supply is limited to unmanifolded cylinder sources.
A manual or automatic emergency shutoff valve shall be installed on the supply piping at the point of use or at a point where the equipment using the gas is connected to the supply system.
Ignition sources in areas containing oxidizing gases shall be controlled in accordance with paragraph (C)(7)(2703.7) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code.
The storage and use of oxidizing materials in amounts exceeding the maximum allowable quantity per control area indicated in paragraph (C)(1)(2703.1) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code shall be in accordance with rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code and this rule.
Indoor storage of oxidizing materials in amounts exceeding the maximum allowable quantity per control area indicated in Table 2703.1.1(1) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code shall be in accordance with paragraphs (A)(2701, (C)(2703) and (D)(2704) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code and this rule.
Storage of liquid and solid oxidizers shall be in detached buildings when required by paragraph (C)(8)(b)(2703.8.2) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code.

In addition to the requirements of the building code as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code, detached storage buildings shall be located in accordance with Table 4004.1.2 of this rule.

TABLE 4004.1.2
OXIDIZER LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS-DISTANCE FROM DETACHED
BUILDINGS AND OUTDOOR STORAGE AREAS TO EXPOSURES

OXIDIZER
CLASS
WEIGHT
(pounds)
MINIMUM DISTANCE TO
BUILDINGS, LOT LINES, PUBLIC

STREETS, PUBLIC ALLEYS,
PUBLIC WAYS OR MEANS OF
EGRESS (feet)
1Note aNot required
2Note a35
3Note a50
4Over 10 to 10075
101 to 500100
501 to 1,000125
1,001 to 3,000200
3,001 to 5,000300
5,001 to 10,000400
Over 10,000As required by the fire code
official
For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm, 1 pound = 0.454 kg.
a. Any quantity over the amount required for detached storage in accordance with paragraph (C)(8)(b)(2703.8.2) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code, or over the outdoor maximum allowable quantity for outdoor control areas.
Indoor storage rooms, areas and buildings containing Class 4 liquid or solid oxidizers shall be provided with explosion control in accordance with paragraph (K)(911) of rule 1301:7-7-09 of the Administrative Code.
The automatic sprinkler system shall be designed in accordance with NFPA 430 as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code.
In addition to paragraph (D)(12)(2704.12) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code, floors of storage areas for liquid and solid oxidizers shall be of liquid-tight construction.

An approved supervised smoke detection system in accordance with paragraph (G)(907) of rule 1301:7-7-09 of the Administrative Code shall be installed in liquid and solid oxidizer storage areas. Activation of the smoke detection system shall sound a local alarm.

Exception: Detached storage buildings protected by an approved automatic fire-extinguishing system.

The maximum quantity of oxidizers per building in detached storage buildings shall not exceed those quantities set forth in Tables 4004.1.7(1) to 4004.1.7(4) of this rule.

The storage configuration for liquid and solid oxidizers shall be as set forth in Tables 4004.1.7(1) to 4004.1.7(4) of this rule.
Class 2 oxidizers shall not be stored in basements except when such storage is in stationary tanks.
Class 3 and 4 oxidizers in amounts exceeding the maximum allowable quantity per control area set forth in paragraph (C)(1)(2703.1) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code shall be stored on the ground floor only.

TABLE 4004.1.7(1)
STORAGE OF CLASS 1 OXIDIZER LIQUIDS

AND SOLIDS IN COMBUSTIBLE CONTAINERSa

STORAGE CONFIGURATIONLIMITS (feet)
Piles
Maximum lengthNo limit
Maximum width50
Maximum height20
Minimum distance to next pile3
Minimum distance to walls2
Maximum quantity per pileNo limit
Maximum quantity per buildingNo limit
For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm.
a. Storage in noncombustible containers or in bulk in detached storage buildings is not limited as to quantity or arrangement.

TABLE 4004.1.7(2)
STORAGE OF CLASS 2 OXIDIZER LIQUIDS AND SOLIDSa,b

STORAGE CONFIGURATIONLIMITS
Segregated
storage
Cutoff
storage
roomsc
Detached
building
Piles
Maximum width16 feet25 feet25 feet
Maximum height10 feet12 feet12 feet
Minimum distance to next pileNote dNote dNote d
Minimum distance to walls2 feet2 feet2 feet
Maximum quantity per pile20 tons50 tons200 tons
Maximum quantity per building200 tons500 tonsNo limit
For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm, 1 ton = 0.907185 metric ton.
a. Storage in noncombustible containers is not limited as to quantity or arrangement, except that piles shall be at least 2 feet from walls in sprinklered buildings and 4 feet from walls in nonsprinklered buildings; the distance between piles shall not be less than the pile height.
b. Quantity limits shall be reduced by 50 per cent in buildings or portions of buildings used for retail sales.
c. Cutoff storage rooms shall be separated from the remainder of the building by 2-hour fire barriers.
d. Aisle width shall not be less than the pile height.

TABLE 4004.1.7(3)
STORAGE OF CLASS 3 OXIDIZER LIQUIDS AND SOLIDSa,b

STORAGE CONFIGURATIONLIMITS
Segregated
storage
Cutoff
storage
roomsc
Detached
building
Piles
Maximum width12 feet20 feet20 feet
Maximum height8 feet10 feet10 feet
Minimum distance to next pileNote dNote dNote d
Minimum distance to walls4 feet4 feet4 feet
Maximum quantity per pile20 tons30 tons150 tons
Maximum quantity per building100 tons500 tonsNo limit
For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm, 1 ton = 0.907185 metric ton.
a. Storage in noncombustible containers is not limited as to quantity or arrangement, except that piles shall be at least 2 feet from walls in sprinklered buildings and 4 feet from walls in nonsprinklered buildings; the distance between piles shall not be less than the pile height.
b. Quantity limits shall be reduced by 50 per cent in buildings or portions of buildings used for retail sales.
c. Cutoff storage rooms shall be separated from the remainder of the building by 2-hour fire barriers.
d. Aisle width shall not be less than the pile height.

TABLE 4004.1.7(4)
STORAGE OF CLASS 4 OXIDIZER LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS

STORAGE CONFIGURATIONLIMITS (feet)
Piles
Maximum length10
Maximum width4
Maximum height8
Minimum distance to next pile8
Maximum quantity per buildingNo limit
For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm.

In addition to the requirements in paragraph (C)(9)(h)(2703.9.8) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code, Class 4 oxidizer liquids and solids shall be separated from other hazardous materials by not less than a 1-hour fire barrier or stored in hazardous materials storage cabinets.

Detached storage buildings for Class 4 oxidizer liquids and solids shall be located a minimum of 50 feet (15 240 mm) from other hazardous materials storage.
Liquid and solid oxidizers shall not be stored on or against combustible surfaces. Liquid and solid oxidizers shall be stored in a manner to prevent contamination.
Outdoor storage of oxidizing materials in amounts exceeding the maximum allowable quantities per control area set forth in Table 2703.1.1(3) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code shall be in accordance with paragraphs (A)(2701), (C)(2703) and (D)(2704) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code and this rule. Oxidizing gases shall also comply with rule 1301:7-7-30 of the Administrative Code.
Outdoor storage areas for liquid and solid oxidizers shall be located in accordance with Table 4004.1.2 of this rule.

Outdoor storage areas for oxidizing gases shall be in accordance with Table 4004.2.2 of this rule.

TABLE 4004.2.2
OXIDIZING GASES-DISTANCE FROM STORAGE TO EXPOSURESa

QUANTITY OF GAS
STORED
(cubic feet at NTP)
DISTANCE TO A BUILDING
NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THE
MANUFACTURE OR

DISTRIBUTION OF OXIDIZING
GASES OR PUBLIC WAY OR
LOT LINE THAT CAN BE
BUILT UPON (feet)
DISTANCE
BETWEEN
STORAGE AREAS
(feet)
0-50,00055
50,001 - 100,0001010
100,001 or greater1510
For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm, 1 cubic foot = 0.02832 m3.
a. The minimum required distances shall not apply when fire barriers without openings or penetrations having a minimum fire resistance rating of 2 hours interrupt the line of sight between the storage and the exposure. The configuration of the fire barrier shall be designed to allow natural ventilation to prevent the accumulation of hazardous gas concentrations.
Outdoor storage areas for oxidizing cryogenic fluids shall be located in accordance with rule 1301:7-7-32 of the Administrative Code.
Storage configuration for liquid and solid oxidizers shall be in accordance with Tables 4004.1.7(1) to 4004.1.7(4) of this rule.
Storage configuration for oxidizing gases shall be in accordance with Table 4004.2.2 of this rule.
The use of oxidizers in amounts exceeding the maximum allowable quantity per control area indicated in Table 2703.1.1(1) or 2703.1.1(3) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code shall be in accordance with paragraphs (A)(2701), (C)(2703) and (E)(2705) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code and this rule. Oxidizing gases shall also comply with rule 1301:7-7-30 of the Administrative Code.
The storage and use of liquid oxygen (LOX) in home health care in Groups I-1, I-4 and R occupancies shall comply with paragraphs (F)(2)(4006.2) to (F)(6)(4006.6) of this rule, or shall be stored and used in accordance with rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code.

The seller of liquid oxygen shall provide the user with information in written form that includes, but is not limited to, the following:

(a) Manufacturer’s instructions and labeling for safe storage and use of the containers.

(b) Locating containers away from ignition sources, exits, electrical hazards and high temperature devices in accordance with paragraph (F)(3)(c)(4006.3.3) of this rule.

(c) Restraint of containers to prevent falling in accordance with paragraph (C)(3)(d)(4006.3.4) of this rule.

(d) Requirements for handling containers in accordance with paragraph (F)(3)(e)(4006.3.5) of this rule.

(e) Safeguards for refilling containers in accordance with paragraph (F)(3)(f)(4006.3.6) of this rule.

(f) Signage requirements in accordance with paragraph (F)(6)(4006.6) of this rule.

Containers of liquid oxygen in home health care shall be in accordance with paragraphs (F)(3)(a)(4006.3.1) to (F)(3)(f)(4006.3.6) of this rule.
Liquid oxygen home care containers shall not exceed an individual capacity of 15.8 gallons (60 liters) in Group I-1, I-4 and R occupancies. Liquid oxygen ambulatory containers are allowed in Group I-1, I-4 and R occupancies. Containers of liquid oxygen in home health care shall also be stored, used and filled in accordance with paragraph (F)(4006) of this rule and paragraphs (C)(1)(3203.1) and (C)(2)(3203.2) of rule 1301:7-7-32 of the Administrative Code.
Containers shall be stored, used and operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and labeling.

Containers shall not be located in areas where:

(i) They can be overturned due to operation of a door;

(ii) They are in the direct path of egress;

(iii) They are subject to falling objects;

(iv) They can become part of an electrical circuit; or

(v) Open flames and high temperature devices can cause a hazard.

Liquid oxygen home care containers shall be restrained while in storage or use to prevent falling caused by contact, vibration or seismic activity. Containers shall be restrained by one of the following methods:

(i) Restraining containers to a fixed object with one or more restraints.

(ii) Restraining containers within a framework, stand or assembly designed to secure the container.

(iii) Restraining containers by locating a container against two points of contact such as the walls of a corner of a room or a wall and a secure furnishing or object such as a desk.

Containers shall be handled by use of a cart or hand truck designed for such use.

Exceptions:

1. Liquid oxygen home care containers equipped with a roller base.

2. Liquid oxygen ambulatory containers are allowed to be hand carried.

The filling of containers shall be in accordance with paragraphs (F)(3)(f)(i) (4006.3.6.1) to (F)(3)(f)(iii)(4006.3.6.3) of this rule.

Liquid oxygen home care containers and ambulatory containers shall be filled outdoors.

Exception: Liquid oxygen ambulatory containers are allowed to be filled indoors where the supply container is specifically designed for filling such containers and written instructions are provided by the container manufacturer.
A drip pan compatible with liquid oxygen shall be provided under home care container fill and vent connections during the filling process in order to protect against liquid oxygen spillage from coming into contact with combustible surfaces, including asphalt.
The use of open flames and high temperature devices shall be in accordance with paragraph (C)(7)(b)(2703.7.2) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code.

The maximum aggregate quantity of liquid oxygen allowed in storage and in use in each dwelling unit shall be 31.6 gallons (120 L).

Exceptions:

1. The maximum aggregate quantity of liquid oxygen allowed in Group I-4 occupancies shall be limited by the maximum allowable quantity set forth in Table 2703.1.1(1) of rule 1301:7-7-27 of the Administrative Code.

2. Where individual sleeping rooms are separated from the remainder of the dwelling unit by fire barriers constructed in accordance with section 707 of the building code as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code and horizontal assemblies constructed in accordance with section 712 of the building code as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code, or both, having a minimum fire-resistance rating of 1 hour, the maximum aggregate quantity per dwelling unit can be increased to allow a maximum of 31.6 gallons (120 L) of liquid oxygen per sleeping room.

Smoking shall be prohibited in rooms or areas where liquid oxygen is in use.
Warning signs for occupancies using home health care liquid oxygen shall be in accordance with paragraphs (F)(6)(a)(4006.6.1) and (F)(6)(b)(4006.6.2) of this rule.
A sign stating “OXYGEN—NO SMOKING” shall be posted in each room or area where liquid oxygen containers are stored, used or filled.
Where required by the fire code official, each dwelling unit or sleeping unit shall have an approved sign indicating that the unit contains liquid oxygen home care containers.

Where required by the fire code official, the liquid oxygen seller shall notify the fire department of the locations of liquid oxygen home care containers.

Effective Date: November 1, 2011

Prior Effective Dates: 7/1/79; 6/1/85; 6/15/92; 7/1/93; 9/1/95; 3/30/98; 9/1/05; 7/1/07

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