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General. rule establishes the State Fire Code for the safeguarding of life and property legislative rule is issued under authority of W.Va.

Code 29-3-5.


Filing Date.


April 26, Date.


July 1, State Fire Code has no application to personal care homes caring for three or less patients or buildings used wholly as dwelling houses for no more than two families and has no application to farm structures.

Provided; however, that farm structures (1) used for group sleeping accommodations for farm workers or (2) used for educational, health care, assembly or detention/correctional occupancy are not exempt from the requirements of this State Fire of Other Documents.


This State Fire Code does not include a reprinting of all the requirements imposed by statute or by the incorporation of various National Standards and Codes cited in Section 4 of this rule.

For ascertaining these additional standards and requirements it is necessary to make reference to these other documents.87-1-2.

Reporting of Fire Incidences.The Fire Chief of any organized public fire brigade, department or company shall report every fire and

and non-fire incident response shall be reported within thirty (30) days after the date of the incident.Provided, that any fire or explosion involving human fatality, arson or suspected arson shall be reported immediately.


Unvented Heaters.All unvented fuel fired heaters are prohibited for all occupancies except one (1) and two (2) family dwellings.

Provided, that a single unvented fuel fired heater is permitted for demonstration purposes in authorized mercantile applications when installed in accordance with manufacturers recommendations.

The single heater shall be connected to a permanent source of fuel and shall not be used as a permanent or alternate source of heating.

The unvented heater shall be shut off at the end of each business day.87-1-4.

National Standards and Codes.4.1.

Incorporating of National Standards and Codes.


The standards and requirements as set out and established by the 2009 edition of "The National Fire Codes" published by the National Fire Protection Association (but not including standards and requirements directed to the operation of local fire departments, nd effect as if set out verbatim in this rule and are hereby adopted and promulgated by the State Fire Commission as a part of the State Fire Code.The State Fire Marshal shall make use of the standards and requirements within the incorporated 87CSR1 publications in all matters coming under his or her jurisdiction.A copy of The National Fire Codes has been filed with the Secretary of State and a copy of the Table of Contents of that publication is included in Appendix A of this rule.Information regarding the purchase of The National Fire Codes or separate volumes of the Codes may be obtained by writing to the National Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, Massachusetts Standards and of Fireworks Display Rule.

The "Rule of the State Fire Marshal For The Display of Fireworks" as contained in N.F.P.A.1123 and 1126 of the 2006 edition of The National Fire Codes has the same force and effect and controls the display of fireworks as if set out verbatim in this rule and is hereby adopted and promulgated by the State Fire Commission as a part of the State Fire Code, but with subdivisions 4.2.1 and 4.2.2 changed to read as receipt of the application at least 15 days in advance of the date set for this display, the Chief of the Fire Department shall make, or cause to be made an investigation of the site of the proposed display for the purpose of determining whether the provisions of this rule are complied with in the case of the Chief of the Police Department, or the County Sheriff if the site for the proposed display is to be outside the limits of a municipality, about the application and whether issuance of a permit would be consistent with public safety.

If a display is properly lawful, the Chief of Police or the County Sheriff, if the site of the proposed display is outside the limits of a municipality and the Chief of Fire Department shall approve the display as being in conformance with all parts of the law and with this rule.

Failure to approve the application by either the Fire Chief or Police Chief or County Sheriff is sufficient cause for the State Fire Marshal to deny a permit.


The application, following endorsement by the Chiefs of the Fire and Police Departments or County Sheriff shall be sent to the State Fire Marshal who shall then, upon receipt of evidence of financial responsibility as required by law in such cases, issue a nontransferable permit authorizing the display.


These changes to the N.F.P.A.1123 and 1126 and contained in Subsection 4.2 of this section are made to make certain it is understood that the County Sheriff rather than City Police Chief is the local police authority referred to in W.Va.Code 29-3-24 in those situations where the proposed site of a fireworks display is outside the limits of a Standards and Codes, Table of Contents.

The National Fire Codes as published by National Fire Protection Association are adopted by this rule and are set forth in Appendix A of this Rule.87-1-5.

Sprinkler Protection and Area Limitations.

Approved automatic sprinkler systems in accordance with the applicable NFPA Systems will be installed in all new buildings used for any occupancy, exceeding the area limitations noted in Appendix B at the end of this rule.Sprinkler protection for occupancies covered by Section 6 of this rule ection regardless of area limitations.


Sprinkler Protection (Certain Occupancies).6.1.

All nursing, convalescent, old age, custodial care, and long term or extended care homes or institutions, existing and new, regardless of the type of construction, shall have a complete automatic sprinkler protection in accordance with Standard 13 contained within the National Fire Codes and incorporated by reference in Subsection 4.1 of this rule.


Homes or institutions caring for more than three patients shall meet the requirements of this section.87CSR1 87-1-7.

Carpet Used as Floor Covering.


Flammability Requirements for Carpet Used As Floor Covering.


In institutional, health care, educational and penal occupancies, carpet shall meet a minimum value of 0.45 watts per square centimeter in all corridors and exits.Carpet in all other areas shall meet a minimum value of 0.22 watts per square requirements for carpet used as floor covering in all other occupancies shall meet a minimum value of 0.22 watts per square centimeter in all corridors and exits.


Any pad used under the carpet shall meet the minimum class of the carpet values shall be determined by NFPA 253, Critical Radiant Flux of Floor Covering Systems.


Smoke Generation Properties of Carpet Used as Floor Covering.


In all occupancies smoke generation shall not exceed a maximum value of Dm=450 (flaming mode).


The value shall be determined by ASTM E-662, Specific Optical Density of Smoke Generation by Solid test data for determining the flammability and smoke properties of carpets shall be conducted by a nationally recognized laboratory as certified by the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation an approved, automatic sprinkler system is installed and all floors are non-combustible, class II carpet is permitted in any location where Class I carpet is required.Where an approved automatic sprinkler system is installed and all floors are noncombustible and Class II carpet is permitted, no rating is required.87-1-8.

Maintenance of Fire Hazard; Order for Correcting Condition, Removal of Material, Repair, Demolition, etc.; Order to Contain Notice to Comply and Right to Appeal.Whenever the State Fire Marshal, by and through persons working under his or her direction, determines based upon the State Fire Code and/or on the experiene operation of his or her office (1) that any building or structure has been constructed, altered, or repaired in a manner violating the State Fire Code as promulgated prior to the commencement of the construction, alterations, or repairs, or (2) that any building or structure is being maintained or used in such a way as to endanger life or property from the hazards of fire or explosion, or (3) that any building or other structure or property of any kind, which, for want of repairs, or by reason of its age, dilapion or for any other reason cated or constructed so as to constitute a danger to other buildings, property, persons, life, or limb, or (4) that in any building or upon any premises there is located any combustible, flammable, or explosive substance or material or other condition dangerous to the safety of persons occupying the building or premises and adjacent premises and property, the State Fire Marshal shall order the condition or thing to be corrected, or combustible, flammable or explosive, items to be removed, or the building or buildings to be repaired, closed to occupants, or removed, as required by the circumstances.The order shall be promptly complied with by the owner, agent, occupant, and lessee of the premises, place, property, or thing.

Any order may be expressed in the alternative, e.g.

allowing repair but on the failure to repair requiring demolition.Any order by the State Fire87CSR1 shall state what repairs and/or demolition must be accomplished, and that compliance must be completed within thirty (30) days of issuance
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In the event of noncompliance, the State Fire Marshal is authorized by statute to enter into and upon the premises affected by the order and cause the building, structure, premises, or thing to be repaired, or torn down, materials remoons remedied (as the case may be) at the expense of the owner, and shall advise that the order can be contested by entering an appeal to the State Fire Commission as outlined in Section 13 of this Rule.


Interference with Fire Protection Equipment.

No person shall render any portable or fixed fire extinguishing system or device or any fire warning system inoperative or inaccessible except as may be necessary during emergencies, maintenance, drills or prescribed testing.87-1-10.

High Rise Buildings


Fire Safety Standards and Requirements.

new building or structure more than forty (40) feet in height, measured from the lowest level of fire department vehicle access to the floor of the highest normally occupied space used for human occupancy of the structure, is subject to this section for high rise buildings.

This rule shall not nullify or interfere with existing city high rise ordinances or local laws previously adopted prior to September 8, 1975 relative to high rise buildings.

Industrial occupancies not occupied as business offices are exempted from the provisions of this of Floors to Existing floors are added to an existing building, which previously was not a high rise, causing the building to become a high rise, the building shall Fire Extinguishing Systems & Standpipe Systems.


Any building or structure

as defined in Subsections 10.1 or 10.2 of this Rule and used for human occupancy shall have an approved automatic fire extinguishing system throughout the entire building and standpipe systems installed in accordance with The National Fire Codes, adopted under Section 4 of this Rule.Class I Manual Standpipe Systems may be used up to 75 feet as adopted by NFPA 14, Standard for Standpipe Systems.


Fire Alarm System.


The fire alarm system of a high rise building shall conform to the Standards imposed by Section 4 and Section 11 of this Rule.


Fire Department Voice Communication System.


A High rise building or structure used for human occupancy that is seventy-five (75) feet in height or greater as measured in accordance with Subsection 10.1 of this Section shall have an approved electrically supervised fire department voice communication system.

The Fire Department Voice Communication System shall be located at each floor level of stair enclosures, elevator lobbies, the penthouse and in any elevator designated for fire department use.This system shall be a telephone jack system unless specifically approved otherwise by the designated fire authority having Rise Central Control Station.


In every high rise building as defined in Subsections 10.1 and 10.2 of this Section, a central control station for Fire Department operations shall be provided in a location approved by the State Fire Marshal or the designated local fire authority.

The Central Control Station shall contain: (1) the fire department voice communication system panel when required, (2) fire detection and alarm system panels, (3) status indicators for the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Smoke Control System, fire pumps and emergency generator and a (4) telephone approved by designated fire authority having jurisdiction.

Emergency lighting shall be provided at the Central Control Power.


A permanently installed emergency power generation system conforming 87CSR1 to The National Fire Codes adopted by Section 4 of this Rule shall be provided in every high rise building 75 feet in height or greater, as measured in accordance with subsection 10.1 of this Section.

All power, lighting, signal, and communication facilities, required by this rule or otherwise, shall be transferable automatically to the emergency power system.

The emergency power system shall be of sufficient capacity to provide service for, but not limited to, the Fire Alarm & Other Emergency Protection Smoke Management System;


the Fire Department Fire Department Voice Communication System; and


the Fire Pumps.


Smoke Management.


In all high rise buildings as defined in Subsections 10.1 and 10.2

of this Section, a smoke management system designed in accordance with NFPA 92A, Smoke-Control Systems, and 92B, Smoke Management Systems in Malls, Atria and Large Areas, shall be provided and acceptable to the State Fire Designation.


All stairway doors, both on the stairway and entrance side, shall indicate the floors by number.

The floor number shall be in at least 6" block letters in a contrasting color.87-1-11.

Fire Alarm System.11.1.

General Requirements for All following requirements apply in addition to NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, Chapter 9,

Section 9.6 as adopted by this Rule.


All fire alarm systems, including all components, shall be electrically supervised.Components include pull stations, automatic detection, audio visual devices, flow switches, tamper switches and the main panel.


All fire alarm systems shall be tied in ahead of the main power disconnect, unless a secondary power source is sprinkler systems OS & Y, P.I.V.and other Control Valves shall be electrically supervised and tied into the trouble/supervisory side of the fire alarm control panel.


All sprinkler systems shall be tied in so water flow will activate the general fire alarm audio


Flow and/or pressure switches shall be annunciated separately on the main fire alarm control


All Health Care, and Detention and Correctional Occupancies shall be tied into a fire department or a communication center with 24-hour supervision which is responsible for receiving 87CSR1 emergency , Ventilation, Air Conditioning Systems ( heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems greater than 2000 CFM and less than 15,000 CFM shall have a duct type smoke detector in the return air duct or plenum for automatic shut down, to close main fan dampers and to sound a general fire alarm when , ventilation, air conditioning systems greater than 15,000 CFM shall have duct type smoke detectors installed in both supply and return air ducts to automatically shut down, close main fan dampers and to sound a general fire alarm when Care, Detention and Correctional occupancies and high rise buildings duct detectors shall be zoned to indicate the specific air handling unit at the main fire alarm panel.


An HVAC unit which uses 100% of outside air does not require duct detectors, and shall shut down upon fire alarm Systems used as part of the smoke management systems are exempt from the requirements of this alarm indicating devices shall be of such character and distributed so as to be effectively heard above the ambient noise level obtained under normal conditions of occupancy.Audible alarm indicating devices shall produce signals that are distinctive from audible signals used for other purposes in the same signal devices shall be provided in all new fire alarm or live voice evacuation instructions to occupants are permitted.

Pre-recorded instructions shall be preceded by not less than 5 seconds or more than 10 secondssignal.Upon completion or failure of pre-recorded instructions, the fire alarm evacuation signal shall sound.

Pre-recorded instructions shall be repeated two or more times.

Live voice instructions shall be permitted to interrupt the pre-recorded message or the fire alarm evshall be used only for fire alarm pull stations shall be located no greater than 200 feet from each other and at all exits.Manual pull stations shall be of the same general operational detectors are required in the following areas in all occupancies requiring a fire alarm system and as listed or identified in NFPA 101, The Life Safety Code.Thermal detectors are not required in areas provided with sprinkler prits of ) Attic & Cockloft Spaces Fixed Temperature

(b) Storage Rooms

(c) Furnace or boiler rooms Fixed Temperature

(d) Janitor Closets Rate of Rise 87CSR1

(e) Kitchens Fixed Temperature

(f) Laboratories, Home Economics, Woodworking Shops, Rate of Rise

Auto Shops,Utility Rooms, & Locker Rooms


Smoke detectors are required in the following areas in all occupancies requiring fire alarm and/or areas dedicated for the location of electrical distribution panels or or Platforms; and


On each side of required smoke partition detectors shall be placed a maximum of 15 feet from ends of corridors or walls and 30 feet on center and in rooms open to the corridors, where required by the occupancy.Exceeding the spacing requirements will require submission of technical data for approval by the Fire beam detectors shall be permitted in accordance with manufacturers building or structure being used for more than one occupancy shall comply with the fire alarm system requirements of the most stringent occupancy for that building or suppression systems shall be connected to the Fire Alarm System and pre-signal fire alarm system is not shall comply with NFPA for Educational and Day Care fire alarm system is required in every educational and day care occupancy, and shall meet the requirements and standards of this rule.However, classroom buildings of less than 2500 sq.


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