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1988 Uniform Fire Code Volume 2- Standards (Download)

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The Uniform Fire Code Volume 2 contains Standards that are referenced in the Uniform Fire Code Volume 1. An objective of the International Fire Code Institute is to provide cities, counties, states and governmental agencies with a set of codes and standards that is correlated and that meets statutory requirements for adoption by reference. Uniform Fire Code Volume 2 is a part of this set of publications and provides for adoption of standards that are specifically referred to within various sections of Uniform Fire Code Volume 1. In developing the standards, consideration was given to the responsibilities of the jurisdiction that adopts and applies them.

 

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The Uniform Fire Code Volume 2 contains Standards that are referenced in the Uniform Fire Code Volume 1. An objective of the International Fire Code Institute is to provide cities, counties, states and governmental agencies with a set of codes and standards that is correlated and that meets statutory requirements for adoption by reference. Uniform Fire Code Volume 2 is a part of this set of publications and provides for adoption of standards that are specifically referred to within various sections of Uniform Fire Code Volume 1. In developing the standards, consideration was given to the responsibilities of the jurisdiction that adopts and applies them.