(1) OFC 304.3.3 - Dumpsters more than 40 .5 cubic feet must be at least 5' from combustible walls, openings, or under eaves and overhangs.
(2) OFC 315.3 - Outside combustible storage must not be within 10' of property line (exception: may be reduced to 3' piles less than 6' in height, or when no hazards to adjacent property exist)
(3) OFC 503.4 - Fire department apparatus road is obstructed.
(4) OFC 505.1 - Address numbers must be 4" high X 0.5' wide and plainly visible from the street.
(5) OFC 506.1 Knox box key is requred. http://knoxbox.com/store/
(6) OFC 506.2 - Current keys must be in the knox box.
(7) OFC 507.5.5 - Fire hydrants must have a 3' clear space in all directions.
(1) OFC 304.3.1 - Oily rags, and other material subject to spontaneous ignition must be stored in a listed disposal container that must be emptied daily.
(2) OFC 314.4 - No fueled vehicles or equipment are to be stored inside (exception: fuel tanks have lesser of 1/4 tank or 5 gallons, batteries disconnected, and fuel tanks/fuel openings are closed and sealed).
(3) OFC 315.2 - Storage of combustible material must be orderly and separated from heat sources by 3' or shielded (IFC 2003, 102.7, referencing NFPA 1, 2006, section 220.127.116.11).
(4) OFC 315.2.1 - Storage must be maintained at least 18" below sprinkler deflector or 2' below finished ceiling in a non-sprinklered ceiling.
(5) OFC 315.2.2 - Combustibles shall not be stored in exits or exit enclosures.
(6) OFC 315.2.4 - Attics, under floor, concealed spaces used for storage must have a 1-hour fire resistance rating on the storage side. (Exceptions: 1. Areas protected by approved automatic sprinkler systems. 2. Group R-3 and Group U occupancies.)
(7) OFC 806.1.1 - Natural cut trees prohibited (exception: in use groups A, E, M, R-1, R-2, protected by automatic sprinklers and in individual dwelling units in R-2).
(1) OFC 308.3 - Open flame devices not allowed in assembly occupancies (Exceptions: approved theatrical performances (308.3.2); where necessary for religious or ceremonial purposes; and candles on tables securely supported on non combustible bases with flames protected)
(2) OFC 308.1.8 - Flaming food preparation must comply with 308.1.8.1 - 308.1.8.5.
(3) OFC 404.2 - Fire safety and evacuation plans are available and quarterly employee drills are documented and conducted at the proper intervals. (405.2)
(4) OFC 807.1 - In occupancies of Groups A, E, I and R-1 and dormitories in Group R - 2, combustible curtains, draperies, hangings, and decorative materials suspended from walls or ceilings shall be flame resistant in accordance with NFPA 701. Criteria reports may be required (807.2)
(5) OFC 804.11.5 - Class K fire extinguisher must be within 30' of cooking equipment involving vegetable or animal oils or fats.
(6) OFC 904.11.6.3 - Hoods, grease removal devices, fans, and ducts, must be clean and records available.
(7) OFC 904.11.6.4 - Commercial kitchen fire extinguisher system serviced at least every 6 months and after activation of the system.
(8) OFC 1004.3 - Occupant loads must be posted in every room or space that is an assembly occupancy shall have the occupant
(1) OFC 315.2.3 - Boiler, mechanical, and electrical equipment rooms are not to be used for storage.
(2) OFC 510.1 - Rooms containing air handling or air conditioning equipment, sprinkler risers and valves or fire alarm panels are to be marked with a sign reading MECHANICAL, SPRINKLER CONTROLS or FIRE PUMP, FIRE ALARM PANEL or FACP.
(3) OFC 803.4 - Portable, unvented, fuel-fired heating equipment must not be in use.
(4) OFC 604.3.2 - Written documentation must be available for the inspection, testing, and maintenance of emergency and standby power systems.
(5) OFC 605.3 - Working clearance from electrical equipment must be maintained at 30" wide x 36" deep x 78" high.
(6) OFC 605.3.1 - Electrical room doors are to be properly marked with a sign stating "Electrical Room".
(7) OFC 605.4 - Multi-plug adaptors must have over-current protection.
(8) OFC 605.4.1 - Power taps are to be polarized, grounded, and have over-current protection.
(9) OFC 605.4.2 - Power taps are to be directly connected to a permanent receptacle.
(10) OFC 605.4.3 - Power taps are not to extend through walls, ceilings, floors, under doors, or floor coverings nor be subject to damage.
(11) OFC 605.5 - Extension and flexible cords are not be affixed to the structure, extended through walls ceilings or floors.
(12) OFC 605.5.1 - Extension cords are to be plugged directly into an approved receptacle, power tap, or multi-plug adaptor and serve only one portable appliance unless it is an approved multi-plug extension cord.
(13) OFC 605.5.2 - The extension cord must meet the rated ampacity of the appliance serving the cord.
(14) OFC 605.5.3 - Extension cords are not to contain splices, deterioration, or damage.
(15) OFC 605.5.4 - Extension cords are to be grounded when serving grounded appliances
(16) OFC 605.6 - All junctions boxes, switch and electrical outlet boxes are to have covers.
(17) OFC 605.8 - Electrical motors are to be maintained free of excessive oil, dirt, waste and debris.
(18) OFC 605.9 - Temporary wiring (construction, remodeling, and holiday lighting) is not to exceed 90 days.
(19) OFC 605.9.1 - Temporary wiring is not to be attached in a manner that damages wiring or creates localized resistive heating.
(1) OFC 703.1 - Fire rated construction maintained, walls, shafts, fire stops, shaft enclosures, partitions and floors are repaired, restored or replaced when damaged, altered, breached, or penetrated.
(2) OFC 703.2 - Fire doors and smoke barrier doors not be blocked open or made inoperable (exceptions: magnetic hold open devices (703.2.2) and horizontal and vertical sliding and rolling fire doors tested annually (703.4)).
(3) OFC 703.2.3 - Fire doors close from the full open position and latch automatically.
(1) OFC 901.6 - All fire detection, alarm, and extinguishing systems are to be maintained in an operating condition (fire department connection caps in place, valves open, gauges working, spare sprinkler heads and wrench, fire alarm panel has no trouble conditions and power is on, no missing fire alarm devices or appliances).
(2) OFC 901.6.1 - All fire detection, alarm, and extinguishing systems are to be inspected tested and maintained in accordance with reference standards: Portable fire extinguishers - NFPA 10; Carbon dioxide fire extinguishing system - NFPA 12; Halon 1301 fire extinguishing system - NFPA 12A; Dry chemical extinguishing system - NFPA 17; Wet chemical extinguishing systems - NFPA 17A; Sprinklers - NFPA 25; Fire alarm - NFPA 72; Water mist systems - NFPA 750; Clean agent extinguishing system - NFPA 2001.
(3) OFC 901.6.2 - Records of all inspections, test, and maintenance of fire protection systems available for the past 3 years.
(4) OFC 903.4 - Valves controlling the water supply for automatic sprinkler systems and water flow switches on sprinkler systems shall be electronically supervised (exception: existing installations approved prior to July 31, 2001, may be mechanically supervised with a lock and chain or in a locked room).
(5) OFC 906.3(1)(2) - A 2A10BC fire extinguisher is within 75 foot travel distance (30 feet of flammable liquids) and there is a least 1 unit per 3000 sq. ft. of a light hazard and 1 unit per 1500 sq. ft. or ordinary hazard.
(6) OFC 906.5 - Fire extinguishers are to be in conspicuous locations, readily accessible, and immediately available for use.
(7) OFC 906.6 - Fire extinguishers are not to be obstructed or obscured from view.
(8) OFC 906.7 - Handheld fire extinguishers, not housed in cabinets, are installed on hangers and brackets.
(9) OFC 906.8 - Fire extinguisher cabinets are not to be locked (exception: in areas where subject to malicious use and damage and provided with a means of ready access).
(10) OFC 906.9 - Fire extinguisher height, from the top, does not exceed 5' feet above the floor (ADAAG - 3 1/2' above the floor if in an accessible area) and no less than 4' from the bottom of the extinguisher to the floor.
(1) OFC 1027.3 - Existing exit signs shall be internally or externally illuminated (exception: approved self luminous signs with a minimum luminance of 0.06 foot lamberts)
(2) OFC 1027.4 - Existing exit signs are to be equipped with an internal emergency power source and shall be visible under emergency power conditions.
(3) OFC 1027.5 - Existing emergency lights are to operate under emergency power conditions.
(4) OFC 1027.16.5 - Fire escape stairs and balconies shall support a 300 pound dead load plus a live load of not less than 100 pounds per square foot.
(5) OFC 1028.3 - Means of egress are to be free from obstructions including the accumulation of snow and ice.
(6) OFC 1028.5 - Furnishing, decorations, other objects do not block exits; hangings, draperies not placed over exit doors or otherwise conceal/obstruct an exit; mirrors not placed in a manner to confuse the direction of an exit.
(7) OFC 1028.6 - Required emergency escape openings are to be maintained and operational inside of the room without the use of keys or tools.
(1) OFC 2703.5 - Hazardous material shall be identified with an NFPA 704 placard.
(2) OFC 2703.5.1 - Rooms or cabinets containing compressed gases are to be labeled "COMPRESSED GAS".
(3) OFC 3003.5.3 - Compressed gas containers, cylinders and tanks are to be secured to prevent falling.
(4) OFC 3003.6.1 - Compressed gas containers are to have protective caps in place except when in use.
(5) OFC 3003.7.3 - Compressed gas containers, cylinders and tanks not near elevators, unprotected platform ledges, or other areas where falling would result in tanks being allowed to drop distances exceeding one half the height of the container, cylinder or tank.
(6) OFC 3004.1 - Compressed gas containers, cylinders and tanks containing non - liquefied gases, shall be stored in an upright position with the valve end up including conditions where the container, cylinder or tank axis is inclined as much as 45 degrees (exception: those designed for use in a horizontal position).
(7) OFC 3404.3.4.4 - Flammable and combustible liquids in excess of 10 gallons stored in liquid storage cabinets, or if not exceeding 10 gallons, stored in approved containers in private garages or other approved outside location.
(8) OFC 3404.3.5.1 - Class I liquids not stored in basement area. Sprinkler protection required for class II and IIIA liquids stored in basements.