The California Fire Code (CFC) contains regulations consistent with nationally recognized and accepted practices for safeguarding life and property from the hazards of:
- Fire and explosion.
- Dangerous conditions arising from the storage, handling, and use of hazardous materials and devices.
- Hazardous conditions in the use or occupancy of buildings or premises.
The CFC also contains provisions to assist emergency response personnel. These fire-safety-related building standards are referenced in other parts of Title 24.
It's a fully integrated code based on the 2012 International Fire Code®.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: The erratum dated January 2015 supersedes the supplements dated July 2015.