The Oregon Fire Code is adopted by Oregon Administrative Rule 837, Division 40. The Oregon Fire Code is a statewide minimum fire code. Local jurisdictions may adopt and amend the Oregon Fire Code as long as the amendments are more stringent. ®Use the following form to submit your code change proposals for the Oregon Fire Code. Oregon Fire Code Change Submittal Form 2010 OREGON FIRE CODE The 2010 Oregon Fire Code was effective July 1, 2010. There was a three month phase in period from July 1 through September 31 for new construction plan review only. Check with your local building official to determine whether the 2007 or the 2010 code was used. The following chapters and appendices are 2010 Oregon amendments only: Chapter 1: Scope and Administration Chapter 2: Definitions Chapter 3: General Precautions Against Fire Chapter 4: Emergency Planning and Preparedness Chapter 5: Fire Service Features Chapter 6: Building Services and Systems Chapter 7: Fire Resistance-Rated Construction Chapter 8: Interior Finish, Decorative Materials and Furnishings Chapter 9: Fire Protection Systems Chapter 10: Means of Egress Chapter 11: Aviation Facilities Chapter 13: Combustible Dust-Producing Operations Chapter 14: Fire Safety During Construction and Demolition Chapter 17: Fumigation and Thermal Insecticidal Fogging Chapter 18: Semiconductor Fabrication Facilities Chapter 22: Motor Fuel-Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages Chapter 24: Tents, Canopies and Other Membrane Structures Chapter 25: Tire Rebuilding and Tire Storage Chapter 27: Hazardous Materials-General Provisions Chapter 30: Compressed Gases Chapter 33: Explosives and Fireworks Chapter 34: Flammable and Combustible Liquids Chapter 38: Liquid Petroleum Gases Chapter 45: Marinas Chapter 46: Fire and Life Safety Requirements for Existing Buildings Chapter 47: Referenced Standards Appendix B: Fire Flow Requirement for Buildings Appendix C: Fire Hydrant Location and Distribution Appendix D: Fire Apparatus Access Roads Appendix J: Emergency Responder Radio Coverage Appendix K: Fire Prevention Guidelines for Haunted Houses and Similar Temporary Installations Appendix L: Adult Foster Homes Appendix M: Tank Vehicle to Tank Vehicle Fuel Transfer at Airports Appendix N: Fire Watch Appendix SR: Group SR-Special (Assisted Self Preservation) Occupancies
Mid-cycle Amendment - Effective January 1, 2012
Mid-cycle Amendment - Effective March 1, 2012
2007 OREGON FIRE CODE As of April 1, 2007 the Oregon Fire Code has changed. The 2007 Oregon Fire Code (based on the 2006 International Fire Code with Oregon amendments) became effective April 1, 2007. The following chapters and appendices are Oregon amendments only: Chapter 1: Administration Chapter 2: Definitions Chapter 3: General precautions against fire Chapter 4: Emergency planning and preparedness Chapter 5: Fire service features Chapter 6: Building services and systems Chapter 7: Fire-resistance-rated construction Chapter 8: Interior finish, decorative materials and furnishings Chapter 9: Fire protection systems Chapter 10: Means of egress Chapter 11: Aviation facilities Chapter 14: Fire safety during construction and demolition Chapter 17: Fumigation and thermal insecticidal fogging Chapter 18: Semiconductor fabrication facilities Chapter 22: Motor fuel-dispensing facilities and repair garages Chapter 24: tents, canopies, and other membrane structures Chapter 27: Hazardous material-General Provisions Chapter 30: Compressed gasses Chapter 32: Cryogenic fluids Chapter 33: Explosives and fireworks Chapter 34: Flammable and combustible liquids Chapter 38: Liquefied petroleum gases Appendix B: Fire-flow requirements for buildings Appendix C: Fire hydrant locations and distribution Appendix D: Fire apparatus access roads Appendix H: Fire Prevention guidelines for haunted houses and similar temporary installations Appendix I: Adult foster homes Appendix K: Reserved for future use Appendix L: Vehicle fueling at airport sites Appendix [B] Appendix SR: Group SR-Special (assisted self-preservation) occupancies 2007 Oregon Fire Code Mid-Cycle Amendments
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