fire code definition

  • noun:
    • A set of building and home regulations made to establish a mandatory standard for a building's power to resist the commencement and spread of a fire including facilitating the prompt and safe evacuation of the occupants.
    • pair of requirements set up and enforced by federal government for fire avoidance and safety in case of fire as in fire escapes etc
    • a couple of building and residential property laws made to establish a mandatory standard for a building's ability to withstand the beginning and scatter of a fire as well as assisting the prompt and safe evacuation of the occupants.
    • group of criteria established and enforced by government for fire avoidance and safety in case there is fire as in fire escapes etc
    • some building and residential property laws made to establish a mandatory standard for a building's capability to resist the beginning and scatter of a fire along with assisting the prompt and safe evacuation associated with the occupants.
    • pair of requirements set up and enforced by federal government for fire avoidance and security in the event of fire as with fire escapes etc
    • a collection of building and residential property regulations built to establish a mandatory standard for a building's capacity to resist the start and spread of a fire including facilitating the prompt and safe evacuation regarding the occupants.
    • A set of building and home regulations designed to establish a mandatory standard for a building's power to resist the beginning and spread of a fire also facilitating the prompt and safe evacuation associated with occupants.
    • collection of requirements established and enforced by government for fire prevention and safety in the event of fire such as fire escapes etc
    • pair of requirements set up and implemented by government for fire prevention and safety in case of fire as in fire escapes etc
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