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Thank you Nicholas.
Good morning Nicholas,
I did not know this was an issue and I will keep an eye out for this.
I believe the risk is pretty low if the containers are locked and contains just general storage and they are adequately away from green belt/foliage.
I would say there is little to no hazard because there is no foliage in the vicinity of the device and the ground in front of the device appears to be concrete. The smoke stacks at the top of the picture appear to be adequate for the dispersion of sparks and smoke.
Of course the fire cannot be unattended, adequate extinguishment be available. I think the risk is pretty low although it opens a can of worms…
I appreciate the reply Nicholas and good luck.
I have not and would be interesting to have a follow up from you when you finished.
JGJanuary 19, 2023 at 10:46 am in reply to: 9.5. – Only One Egress Life Safety Study / Alternative Solution / Measure? #14895
Great speaking with you on the phone and best of luck.
I believe this will be a building permit/department issue.
North Bay has purchased crisys and are moving away from an inhouse program that worked just fine however doesn’t intergrade with dispatch and suppression. Crisys is comprehensive to say the least. The verdict is pending on service and usability.
By the information above I would say yes that the swelling and cracks have effected the integrity of the fire separation and yes you can apply 220.127.116.11. OFC. If the stairway separation integrity is lost it could allow smoke and flames to penetrate the adjacent apartments via open ceiling joints.
Send me an email or call me if you want to discuss.
North Bay has set out the requirements in a food venders licensing by-law. The criteria we look for is captured in a checklist we created. Send me your email and I will forward you a copy. email@example.com
North Bay has been tossing around the idea for a couple of years. The hoses are redundant in our full time fire service jurisdiction. However, I do agree it is an OBC matter.
I will update you if we ever make the leap.
This is a minimum standards building code issue and not a fire code issue. I would take pictures and send the authority having jurisdiction (local building department) the information and they will follow up. I think it is that simple.
Hopefully this helps,
We do under certain circumstances if addressed and approved in our fire safety plan.
Hello Patrick, we don’t have regulations/bylaws regarding the use of these devices. I found a website and an information page from a fire department regarding safety while using them.
Hopefully this helps,