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Designed to prepare those Building Code Act Practitioners who intend to challenge Complex Buildings - 2012 Qualification Examination.

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George Brown College Complex Buildings - 2012 Participant Manual

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NOTE: ALL BCIN SELF-STUDY MANUALS ARE FINAL SALE - NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES!

This overview manual has been developed to assist experienced practitioners review the particular portions of the Building Code dealing with the special requirements associated with Complex Buildings (e.g., post-disaster buildings, certain Health Care Facilities, High Buildings, Interconnected Floor Spaces, building with large occupant loads, etc.) as specifically indicated in Sentence 3.5.2.1.(1) of Division C. It is largely based on the relevant portions of Division A - Parts 1, 2 and 3; Division B - Part 3, and those points of interest as found in Division B - Parts 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11 and 12. Additionally, parts of Supplementary Standards SB-1, SB-2, SB-4, SB-8 and SB-10 are reviewed. The Complex Buildings Manual – 2012 has been designed to prepare those Building Code Act Practitioners who intend to challenge Complex Buildings - 2012 examination.

Table of Contents

PREFACE

MODULE 1 Introduction and Instructions - Administrative Requirements
MODULE 2 Occupancy, Noncombustible Construction, Fire-Resistance, Flame-Spread, Smoke Developed Classifications
MODULE 3 Supplementary Standard SB-2, Fire Performance Ratings
MODULE 4 Building Fire Safety
MODULE 5 Provisions for Firefighting
MODULE 6 Additional Requirements for Renovations
MODULE 7 Part 5, Environmental Separation, Supplementary Standard SB8-8, Anchorage for Fixed Access Ladders
MODULE 8 Additional Requirements for High Buildings
MODULE 9 Supplementary Standard SB-4, Measures for Fire Safety in High Buildings
MODULE 10 Safety within Floor Areas, Barrier-Free Design
MODULE 11 Fire Alarm, Lighting and Emergency Power Systems
MODULE 12 Interconnected Floor Spaces Part 1
MODULE 13 Interconnected Floor Spaces Part 2
MODULE 14 Structural Design, Heat, Ventilating and Air Conditioning, Plumbing, Housing and Small Buildings, Resource Conservation

EXERCISE ANSWERS

APPENDIX A Additional Study Materials

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About the Author

This course is based on the Building Code Act, S.O. 1992, C. 23 as amended to April 1, 2010 and the Ontario Building Code 2012 (O. Reg. 332/12).

This publication has been developed by George Brown College , based on Building Code course material previously developed by the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, under an Agreement between George Brown College and the Ministry.

This publication contains material that is copyrighted by the Queen’s printer for Ontario and is reproduced in this publication under a license agreement.
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NOTE: ALL BCIN SELF-STUDY MANUALS ARE FINAL SALE - NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES!

This overview manual has been developed to assist experienced practitioners review the particular portions of the Building Code dealing with the special requirements associated with Complex Buildings (e.g., post-disaster buildings, certain Health Care Facilities, High Buildings, Interconnected Floor Spaces, building with large occupant loads, etc.) as specifically indicated in Sentence 3.5.2.1.(1) of Division C. It is largely based on the relevant portions of Division A - Parts 1, 2 and 3; Division B - Part 3, and those points of interest as found in Division B - Parts 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11 and 12. Additionally, parts of Supplementary Standards SB-1, SB-2, SB-4, SB-8 and SB-10 are reviewed. The Complex Buildings Manual – 2012 has been designed to prepare those Building Code Act Practitioners who intend to challenge Complex Buildings - 2012 examination.