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Fire Code Management of Hazardous Materials: The Essential Guide
Fire Code Management of Hazardous Materials: The Essential Guide enables facilities to assess their compliance with the fire codes that have been adopted by the majority of U.S. states.
This guide covers fire safety regulations and hazardous material requirements specified by the following fire codes: National Fire Protection Association standards (NFPA standards including NFPA 1-2000; NFPA 1-UFC 2003; NFPA 1-UFC 2006; NFPA 1-FC 2009; NFPA 1-FC 2012; and NFPA 1-FC 2015), and International Fire Code (IFC 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012 and 2015).  It also provides a State Fire Code Adoption table that outlines which nationally-recognized fire code, if any, has been adopted in each state. 
These fire safety guidelines are able to be easily customized into company-specific fire safety checklists, designed to aid companies become compliant with inspection.  This customization feature enables the guide to be used by corporate EHS managers, and auditors across small and large manufacturing and service organizations, fire departments, government agencies and more.
The Guide is complemented by STP's OSHA Auditing Federal and State Difference Guides that also include detailed summaries and checklists highlighting the differences between state and federal health and safety regulations.

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Topic Area
  • Aboveground tanks, containers, and portable tanks
  • Aerosol products
  • Aircraft fuel servicing
  • Carcinogens
  • Clean rooms
  • Combustible wastes and refuse
  • Compressed gases
  • Construction and fire protection of marine terminals
  • Corrosive materials
  • Cryogenic materials
  • Emergency and standby power systems
  • Emergency planning and preparedness
  • Fire protection during welding, cutting, and other hot work
  • Fire protection for laboratories
  • Flammable and combustible liquids (including their use in spray application, dipping, and coating)
  • Flammable gases
  • Flammable solids
  • General fire safety
  • General precautions against fires
  • Hazardous materials (general provisions)
  • Hot work operations
  • Irritants
  • Laboratories using chemicals
  • LPG and LNG
  • Manufacture and storage of aerosol products
  • Means of egress
  • Mechanical refrigeration
  • Motor fuel dispensing facilities and repair garages
  • Motor vehicle fuel dispensing stations
  • Organic peroxides
  • Oxidizers
  • Protection of clean rooms
  • Pyrophoric materials
  • Radioactive materials
  • Reactive and water-reactive materials
  • Refueling
  • Safeguards during building construction, alteration, and demolition
  • Semiconductor fabrication facilities
  • Sensitizers
  • Spraying, dipping, and coating using flammable or combustible materials
  • Stationary lead-acid battery systems and building services
  • Storage of liquid and solid oxidizers
  • Toxic and highly toxic materials
  • Underground tank storage of flammable and combustible materials
  • Unstable (reactive) solids and liquids
  • Water-reactive solids and liquids


Applicability Tables Applicability Tables facilitate quick and easy determination of which regulations and sections of the checklists apply to specific facility operations for NFPA standards, IFC, etc.
Pre-Audit Preparation Lists materials to be reviewed before conducting an audit
Rulebook Provides comprehensive, detailed requirement statements, with guidance on compliance issues and inspection procedures and practices
Scoresheet Enable quick recording of a facility s compliance status for each requirement. Additional features include Customizable Scoresheets in Microsoft Word® and Excel®.