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Safely Securing the Built Environment
Safely Securing the Built Environment
Introductions
Introductions
Todays Agenda Background & Context of NFPA Changes Annual Inspection
Todays Agenda Background & Context of NFPA Changes Annual Inspection
Why Do We Need This
Why Do We Need This
Safely Securing the Built Environment
Safely Securing the Built Environment
Why Do We Need This
Why Do We Need This
Why Do We Need This
Why Do We Need This
Why Do We Need This
Why Do We Need This
Investigators Seize More Fire Evidence Items Linked to Possible Code
Investigators Seize More Fire Evidence Items Linked to Possible Code
Safely Securing the Built Environment
Safely Securing the Built Environment
Fire Door Inspection Process Background & Context
Fire Door Inspection Process Background & Context
Fire Door Inspection Process Background & Context
Fire Door Inspection Process Background & Context
Fire Door Inspection Process
Fire Door Inspection Process
Fire Door Inspection Process
Fire Door Inspection Process
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007  Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors
NFPA  Annual Fire Door Inspection
NFPA Annual Fire Door Inspection
AHJs Responsibilities
AHJs Responsibilities
NFPA 80  Annual Fire Door Inspection
NFPA 80 Annual Fire Door Inspection

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Safely Securing the Built Environment

NFPA 80 & NFPA 101

Annual Fire Door Inspection

2 Introductions

Introductions

Kurt Roeper Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies

National Fire Protection Association NFPA 101 Life Safety Code NFPA 80 Fire Doors & Rated Opening Protectives NFPA 105 Smoke Control Door Assemblies International Code Council Storm Shelter Committee Underwriters Laboratories Standards Technical Panels

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Todays Agenda Background & Context of NFPA Changes Annual Inspection

Requirements Owners Responsibilities AHJs Responsibilities

NFPA - Annual Fire Door Inspection

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Why Do We Need This

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6 Why Do We Need This

Why Do We Need This

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Why Do We Need This

8 Why Do We Need This

Why Do We Need This

9 Investigators Seize More Fire Evidence Items Linked to Possible Code

Investigators Seize More Fire Evidence Items Linked to Possible Code

Violations Charleston Post & Courier August 22, 2007 Jay Lowry, a former Charleston firefighter and fire inspector, said fire doors can serve a vital role in slowing the spread of fire. Keeping exit doors clear also is key because they provide people with a way in and out of a building during emergencies....... Any businesses out there with locks on their exit doors, I'll tell you, they're setting themselves up for a bad, bad time.

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Fire Door Inspection Process Background & Context

Fire Doors are governed by the building code and NFPA throughout design, specification, installation and occupancy permitting.

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Fire Door Inspection Process Background & Context

Once a Certificate of Occupancy has been issued, the building code is closed. The Fire Code or Life Safety Code is now in effect for the operation and maintenance of the facility.

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Fire Door Inspection Process

The International Fire Code now contains language requiring post-occupancy inspections of swinging fire doors

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Fire Door Inspection Process

The Life Safety Code now contains language requiring post-occupancy inspections of swinging fire doors and doors in the means of egress

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

5.2.1* Fire door assemblies shall be inspected and tested not less than annually, and a written record of the inspection shall be signed and kept for inspection by the AHJ.

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

5.2.3.1 Functional testing of fire door and window assemblies shall be performed by individuals with knowledge and understanding of the operating components of the type of door being subject to testing.

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

5.1.1.2 The requirements of this chapter shall apply to new and existing installations.

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

5.2.4.2 As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: No open holes or breaks exist in surfaces (2) Glazing, vision light frames, and glazing beads are intact (3) The door, frame, hinges, hardware, and noncombustible threshold are secured, aligned, and in working order (4) No parts are missing or broken.

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

(4) No parts are missing or broken.

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

5.2.4.2 As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (5) Door clearances do not exceed the clearances listed

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

Door clearances at the door edge to the frame, on the pull side of the door, do not exceed clearances listed in 4.8.4.1 and 6.3.1.7 Hollow metal door -1/8 (+/- 1/16), door to frame and at meeting stiles of pairs 6.3.1.7 Wood door - 1/8 maximum, door to frame and at meeting stiles of pairs 6.3.1.7 3/4 between bottom of door and floor or threshold 4.8.4.1

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

5.2.4.2 As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (6) The self-closing device is operational

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

Self Closing or Automatic Closing?

3.3.101 Self-Closing Doors Doors that when opened and released return to the closed position 3.3.7 Automatic-Closing Doors A door that normally is open but that closes when the automatic closing device is activated

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

5.2.4.2 As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (7) If a coordinator is installed, the inactive leaf closes before active leaf.

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

5.2.4.2 As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (8) Latching hardware operates and secures the door when it is in the closed position.

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

5.2.4.2 As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (9) Auxiliary hardware items that interfere or prohibit operation are not installed

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

5.2.4.2 As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (10) No field modifications to the door have been performed

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

5.2.4.2 As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (11) Gasketing and edge seals are inspected

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

5.2.2 Performance-Based Option 5.2.2.1 As an alternate means of compliance with 5.2.1, subject to the AHJ, fire door assemblies shall be permitted to be inspected, tested, and maintained under a written performance-based program.

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NFPA 80 2007 Standard for Fire Doors

Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance

5.2.2 Performance-Based Option. 5.2.2.2 Goals established under a performance-based program shall provide assurance that the fire door assembly will perform its intended function when exposed to fire conditions. 5.2.2.3 Technical justification for inspection, testing, and maintenance intervals shall be documented.

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NFPA Annual Fire Door Inspection

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AHJs Responsibilities

NFPA Annual Fire Door Inspection

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NFPA 80 Annual Fire Door Inspection

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