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Ontario Fire Code 2015 by Orderline contents include:

  • Fire Protection and Prevention Act 1997
  • O. Reg. 213/07, the Fire Code

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Get the latest version of the Ontario Fire Code 2015 by Orderline as amended by O. Reg. 108/18 here.

The Ontario Fire Code 2015 by Orderline (250 pages) contents include:

  • Fire Protection and Prevention Act 1997 as amended by Schedule 9 of Building Ontario Up for Everyone Act (Budget Measures), 20160
  • O. Reg. 213/07, the Fire Code, as amended by O. Reg. 256/14* and O. Reg. 275/14**

For Fire Code Supplement FCS-1, click here.

 

*O. Reg. 256/14, in effect January 1, 2015, contains approximately 120 technical changes. Highlights include:

  • New Part 5 section that applies to hot surface applications typically used in roofing operations developed in response to a in Listowel, Ontario, that resulted in the death of two firefighters in 2011
  • New fire safety planning requirements for buildings with a contained use area or impeded egress zone introduced in response to recommendations made during a 2009 inquest into the death of two persons who died as a result of a fire while temporarily detained by the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service
  • New requirements for double-wall construction for flammable and combustible liquid storage tanks and piping systems to harmonize with requirements in the NFC and other provincial regulations
  • Relocation of code requirements to more closely align the structure of the Fire Code with that of the NFC
  • Updated references to standards and other documents


**O. Reg. 275/14, in effect January 1, 2015, contains changes that clarify requirements for licensed child care programs in schools provided for children enrolled in full-day kindergarten and higher grades.

Table of Contents

FIRE PROTECTION AND PREVENTION ACT, 1997

O. REG. 213/07


DIVISION A Compliance, Objectives and Functional Statements
PART 1 Compliance and General
PART 2 Objectives
PART 3 Functional Statements

DIVISION B Acceptable Solutions
PART 1 General
PART 2 Fire Safety
PART 3 Fire Safety for Industrial and Commercial Uses
PART 4 Flammable and Combustible Liquids
PART 5 Hazardous Materials, Processes and Operations
PART 6 Fire Protection Equipment
PART 7 Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Fire Emergency Systems in High Buildings
PART 8 Demolition
PART 9 Retrofit

DIVISION C Administrative Provisions

INDEX
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Get the latest version of the Ontario Fire Code 2015 by Orderline as amended by O. Reg. 108/18 here.

The Ontario Fire Code 2015 by Orderline (250 pages) contents include:

  • Fire Protection and Prevention Act 1997 as amended by Schedule 9 of Building Ontario Up for Everyone Act (Budget Measures), 20160
  • O. Reg. 213/07, the Fire Code, as amended by O. Reg. 256/14* and O. Reg. 275/14**

For Fire Code Supplement FCS-1, click here.

 

*O. Reg. 256/14, in effect January 1, 2015, contains approximately 120 technical changes. Highlights include:

  • New Part 5 section that applies to hot surface applications typically used in roofing operations developed in response to a in Listowel, Ontario, that resulted in the death of two firefighters in 2011
  • New fire safety planning requirements for buildings with a contained use area or impeded egress zone introduced in response to recommendations made during a 2009 inquest into the death of two persons who died as a result of a fire while temporarily detained by the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service
  • New requirements for double-wall construction for flammable and combustible liquid storage tanks and piping systems to harmonize with requirements in the NFC and other provincial regulations
  • Relocation of code requirements to more closely align the structure of the Fire Code with that of the NFC
  • Updated references to standards and other documents


**O. Reg. 275/14, in effect January 1, 2015, contains changes that clarify requirements for licensed child care programs in schools provided for children enrolled in full-day kindergarten and higher grades.