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  • Guide to Maintaining Fire Protection Equipment
  • Condominium Act By Orderline

Orderline Guide to Maintaining Fire Protection Equipment and Condominium Act Pack

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Guide to Maintaining Fire Protection Equipment was written to assist the building owner, property manager, building operator, and building maintenance personnel in maintaining their fire protection equipment in proper operating condition. The material included here is based on the Ontario Fire Code, NFPA, ULC, CSA Standards, and good operating practice. For use outside of Ontario, please refer to your Provincial Building and Fire Codes. This guide is not intended to replace any Codes, Standards or operator’s manuals.

The Condominium Act by Orderline (130 pages, 8.5" x 11" perfect-bound softcover or downloadable PDF) includes the following:

  • Condominium Act, 1998, S.O. 1998, Chapter 19 last amendment: 2012, c. 8, Sched. 9
  • O. Reg. 48/01 General as amended by O. Reg. 383/12*
  • O. Reg. 49/01 Description and Registration as amended by O. Reg. 384/12*

*O. Reg. 383/12 and 384/12 added French versions, corrected typographic errors, and improved accuracy. Definitions relating to reserve fund studies and site inspection studies have also been updated

 

 

Guide to Maintaining Fire Protection Equipment was written to assist the building owner, property manager, building operator, and building maintenance personnel in maintaining their fire protection equipment in proper operating condition. The material included here is based on the Ontario Fire Code, NFPA, ULC, CSA Standards, and good operating practice. For use outside of Ontario, please refer to your Provincial Building and Fire Codes. This guide is not intended to replace any Codes, Standards or operator’s manuals.

The Condominium Act by Orderline (130 pages, 8.5" x 11" perfect-bound softcover or downloadable PDF) includes the following:

  • Condominium Act, 1998, S.O. 1998, Chapter 19 last amendment: 2012, c. 8, Sched. 9
  • O. Reg. 48/01 General as amended by O. Reg. 383/12*
  • O. Reg. 49/01 Description and Registration as amended by O. Reg. 384/12*

*O. Reg. 383/12 and 384/12 added French versions, corrected typographic errors, and improved accuracy. Definitions relating to reserve fund studies and site inspection studies have also been updated