Nfpa 101: Life Safety Code, 2012 Edition

ISBN-13: 9780064641807

ISBN-10: 0064641805

Author: Nfpa, National Fire Protection Association

Edition: 1

Publication date:
2011
Publisher:
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
Format:
Paperback 488 pages
Category:
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Acknowledged author Nfpa wrote Nfpa 101: Life Safety Code, 2012 Edition comprising 488 pages back in 2011. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 0064641805 and 9780064641807. Since then Nfpa 101: Life Safety Code, 2012 Edition textbook received total rating of 3.5 stars and was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $42.11 or rent at the marketplace.


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Responsive. Progressive. Dynamic. Occupant safety takes another leap forward with the 2012 Life Safety Coder! Nontraditional use of buildings...innovative designs...new technologies, materials, and construction practices. As the built environment and societal expectations change, so do the challenges to protect people from fire and related hazards. Fully updated to reflect the latest industry developments and lessons learned, the 2012 NFPA 101r raises occupant safety to a whole new level. For protecting lives in all types of occupancies -- assembly, residential, health care, industrial, and more -- nothing else comes close! NFPAr's Life Safety Code is the most widely used source for strategies for occupant safety throughout the life cycle of a building. Unique in the field, it is the only document that addresses life safety in both new and existing structures. From egress, sprinklers, and alarms to emergency lighting, smoke barriers, and special hazard protection, the LSC covers it! Stay on top of important updates, including: All new high-rise buildings must comply with the high-rise building package, promoting consistency in protection regardless of occupancy type. Revisions in health care occupancy rules foster a more comfortable, home-like environment. New rules for carbon monoxide (CO) alarms or detection systems in certain residential living units Changes for exit stair enclosure path markings Egress chapter provisions for safe use of elevators for occupant evacuation Relaxation of the means of egress provisions for unoccupied building service equipment support areas Make sure your knowledge is up-to-date and your jobs are up-to- code. Base your decisions on the 2012 NFPA 101 and tackle safety challenges effectively. (Softbound, 489 pp., 2012)