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ICC Performance Code for Buildings and Facilities 2009 (ICCPC 2009)

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Preface

Effective Use of the ICC Performance Code for Buildings and Facilities

Guide to the Use of the ICC Performance Code for Buildings and Facilities

Ordinance

Chapter 1 General Administrative Provisions

Chapter 2 Definitions

Chapter 3 Design Performance Levels

Chapter 4 Reliability and Durability

Chapter 5 Stability

Chapter 6 Fire Safety

Chapter 7 Pedestrian Circulation

Chapter 8 Safety of Users

Chapter 9 Moisture

Chapter 10 Interior Environment

Chapter 11 Mechanical

Chapter 12 Plumbing

Chapter 13 Fuel Gas

Chapter 14 Electricity

Chapter 15 Energy Efficiency

Chapter 16 Fire Prevention

Chapter 17 Fire Impact Management

Chapter 18 Management of People

Chapter 19 Means of Egress

Chapter 20 Emergency Notification, Access and Facilities

Chapter 21 Emergency Responder Safety

Chapter 22 Hazardous Materials

Appendix A Risk Factors of Use and Occupancy Classifications

Appendix B Worksheet for Assigning Specific Structures to Performance Groups

Appendix C Individually Substantiated Design Method

Appendix D Qualification Characteristics for Design and Review of Performance-Based Designs

Appendix E Use of Computer Models

To provide facilities with appropriate space, fixtures and equipment for personal hygiene.
To provide adequate plumbing fixtures that reasonably protect people from illness and provide reasonable access to such fixtures conducive to health, safety and comfort of the occupants.
Plumbing fixtures shall be provided in sufficient numbers appropriate for the intended use.
Plumbing fixtures shall be located to provide appropriate privacy.
Plumbing fixtures shall be constructed to avoid food contamination and accumulation of dirt or bacteria, and permit effective cleaning.
Plumbing fixtures shall be installed to discharge to drainage systems without contaminating food.
Facilities for personal hygiene shall be provided in convenient locations and spaces of appropriate size to permit the use of the fixtures.
To provide adequate facilities for laundry.
Laundry facilities shall be provided for use by occupants of dwelling units.
Space shall be adequate in size for the required fixtures and equipment.
To provide sanitary distribution of water for drinking, food preparation and hygiene.
Sanitary water shall be delivered to fixtures, appliances and equipment at temperatures appropriate for the intended use.
Water supplies intended for human consumption, oral hygiene, food preparation and the washing of cooking equipment shall be potable.
Water supplies and outlets providing nonpotable water shall be clearly identified.
Plumbing fixtures and appliances used for personal hygiene, laundering and the washing of cooking equipment shall be provided with hot water.
Where hot water is provided for personal hygiene, it shall be delivered at a temperature to avoid scalding.
Water supplies shall be installed to avoid potable water contamination.
Water supplies shall be provided to plumbing fixtures, appliances and equipment at a flow rate and pressure adequate for their operation.
Water piping shall be installed in a leak-free manner.
Water systems shall be installed to allow adequate access for maintenance.
Water piping shall be installed with provisions for adequate isolation of the system and branches and to provide protection from contamination.
Vessels used for producing hot water shall be provided with safety devices to relieve excessive pressure and limit temperatures.
To provide safe drainage and disposal systems for wastewater from plumbing fixtures, appliances and equipment.
The drainage system shall conduct wastewater to an appropriate disposal point, protect people from contamination and unpleasant odor, and avoid blockages.
The drainage system shall conduct wastewater from all plumbing fixtures, appliances and equipment, avoiding the likelihood of blockage and leakage.
The drainage system shall be designed and installed to prevent sewer gases from entering the building.
The drainage system shall be accessible for maintenance and clearing of blockages.
The drainage system shall be connected to the sewer in a manner acceptable to the operator of the sewer system.
On-site sewage disposal systems shall be designed and installed in an approved manner.
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