RULE 112.00.83-001 - Amendments to the Rules and Regulations of the Fire Extinguisher Board

RULE 112.00.83-001. Amendments to the Rules and Regulations of the Fire Extinguisher Board

RULES AND REGULATIONS

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K. "Fixed Fire Extinguisher Systems" expanded to include fire extinguisher systems installed according to these rules and regulations.

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E. Service tags shall bear the following information:

1. Servicing firm's name.

2. Address of servicing firm.

3. Certificate of Registration number"

4. Type of service performed.

5. Date service is performed.

6. License number of individual who performed or supervised the service or services performed.

7. Apprentice permit number.

8. Do Not Remove By Order of the Stater Fire Marshal.

9. Signature of licensee or initials.

10. Licensee may use individual tags that have their name and license number printed on it.

37. Effective July 4, 1983, all compressed gas cylinders (Class "A") shall be hydrostatically tested in compliance with Compressed Gas Association pamphlets C-1 and C-6 and the rules and regulations of this Board.

38. Effective July 4, 1983, all low pressure (Class "B") hydrostatic testing will be accomplished in accordance with NFPA 10, 1981 edition and the rules and regulations of this Board.

39. Effective July 4, 1983, all portable fire extinguishers shall be serviced in compliance with NFPA 10, 1981 edition and these rules and regulations of the Board.

40. Effective July 4, 1983, all fire extinguisher systems installed or serviced in this state shall be done in compliance with Act 743 as amended, the rules and regulations of the Board, manufacturers specifications and one or more of the following:

A. NFPA 11 Low Expansion Foam and Combined Agent Systems, 1983 edition.

B. NFPA 12 Carbon Dioxide Extinguishing Systems, 1980 edition.

C. NFPA 12A Halon 1301 Fire Extinguishing Systems, 1980 edition.

D. NFPA 17 Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems, 1980 edition.

E. NFPA 96 Vapor Removal From Cooking Equipment, 1980 edition.

F. Compressed Gas Association (CGA) pamphlet C-6, Standards for Visual Inspection of Compressed Gas Cylinders.

G. Compressed Gas Association (CGA) pamphlet C-1, Methods for Hydrostatic Testing of Compressed Gas Cylinders.

41. To obtain a license to install or service fixed fire extinguishing systems, a person who is responsible for the operation of the certified firm must file an affidavit with the Board. This affidavit must state that the firm employs persons trained to install and service each brand of system that the firm wants to be certified for. It must also state that a manufacturers; installation and service manual be in the possession of the responsible person, and that he can obtain factory authorized parts for each brand of system.

42. No licensee may make statements or representations, written, or oral, which inaccurately state the effectiveness of a fire extinguisher or; fire extinguisher system. Unfair comparison with competitors products is prohibited.

(9/26/1983)

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