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Building Code Basics: Fire, Based on the 2012 International Fire Code

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The Building Code Basics: Fire, Based on the 2012 International Fire Code® (IFC®) breaks down the code in an easy to read and understand format. This straightforward, focused approach introduces code requirements with non-code language, allowing readers to gain confidence in their understanding of the material. The book focuses on the basics of the fire code requirements for controlling ignition sources and fire hazards, fire department access to buildings, building uses and processes, fire protection and life safety systems, special processes and uses and hazardous materials.


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Kevin Scott (bio)

Kevin Scott

Kevin ScottKevin Scott is President of KH Scott & Associates LLC. Kevin has extensive experience in the development of fire safety, building safety and hazardous materials regulations. Kevin has actively worked for over twenty five years in the development of fire code, building code and fire safety regulations at the local, state, national, and international levels. Kevin previously worked as a Senior Regional Manager with the International Code Council. And before that, he was Deputy Chief for the Kern County Fire Department, California where he worked for 30 years. He has developed and presented many seminars on a variety of technical subjects including means of egress, high-piled combustible storage, hazardous materials, and plan review and inspection practices.