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3.
OCCUPANCY
a
Identify all spaces/rooms to indicated usage
and contents. Provide a legend if abbrevia-
tions are used.
b
Identify all borders for mixed-used.
4.
FIRE AND SMOKE PARTITIONS: FIRE WALLS
Fire Walls
a
Area fire walls must separate
UBC, Secs. 505 & 506,
buildings into areas not exceeding the
Table 5-C,
maximum floor area allowed.
HDBK-1008A, Sec. 2.3
b
Is parapet required on fire wall?
HDBK-1008A, Para 2.3.4
c
Are doors in fire walls self-or automatic-
HDBK-1008A, Para 2.4.2
closing and of appropriate label and rating?
Fire Partitions
a
Are all vertical stairs or shafts enclosed?
HDBK-1008A, Para. 2.4.1
b
Are hazardous areas properly enclosed?
NFPA 101, Occupancy
Chapter, and Secs.6-2,6-4
C
Is corridor fire resistance rating required?
NFPA 101, Para 5-l-3.4
and Occupancy Chapter
d
Are fire doors and/or windows of proper rating,
NFPA 101, Para 6-2.3 and
shown on door or window schedule?
Occupancy Chapter
e
Are fire doors and windows in listed frames?
NFPA 80
f
Is proper door hardware (self-closera, automatic
NFPA 101, Paras 5-2.1.5,8
closers, latches, etc.) specified?
and Occupancy Chapter
Are heat-actuated dampers provided in ducts
NFPA 90A, Ch. 3,
g
NFPA 101, Para 6-3.5
passing through rated partitions where
required?
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