State Fire Code

  1. 1 - Purpose, version 4
  2. 2 - Scope, version 4
  3. 3 - Definitions, version 4
  4. 4 - Adoption of the 2018 NFPA 1, Fire Code, version 4
  5. 5 - County permit authorization, version 4
  6. 6 - Title, version 4
  7. 7 - Conflicts, version 4
  8. 8 - Building code, version 4
  9. 9 - Administration and enforcement authority, version 4
  10. 10 - Fire insurance records and reports, version 4
  11. 11 - Permits, version 3
  12. 12 - Certificates of fitness authorization, version 3
  13. 13 - Mandatory certificates of fitness, version 3
  14. 14 - Certification of applicant general, version 3
  15. 15 - Certification of applicant transfer, version 3
  16. 16 - Certification of applicant issuing period, version 3
  17. 17 - Revocation or suspension of certificates of fitness conditions, version 3
  18. 18 - Revocation or suspension of certificates of fitness new issuance period, version 3
  19. 19 - Revocation or suspension of certificates of fitness appeals, version 3
  20. 20 - NFPA publications, version 3
  21. 21 - NFPA official definitions, version 3
  22. 22 - Electrical code, version 3
  23. 23 - Mechanical code, version 3
  24. 24 - Plumbing code, version 3
  25. 25 - Maintenance, inspection, and testing general requirements, version 3
  26. 26 - Authorization to witness maintenance, inspection, and testing, version 3
  27. 27 - Owner/occupant responsibilities of unsafe buildings, version 3
  28. 28 - On-premises fire fighting organization fire reporting, version 3
  29. 29 - Posting of emergency action plans, version 3
  30. 30 - Open flames, candles, open fires, and incinerators permits, version 2
  31. 31 - Open flames, candles, open fires, and incinerators hazardous conditions, version 2
  32. 32 - Outdoor fires, version 2
  33. 33 - Open fires, version 2
  34. 34 - Cooking equipment on balconies, version 2
  35. 35 - Storage of combustible materials, version 2
  36. 36 - Elevators, escalators, and conveyors, version 2
  37. 37 - Waste chutes, incinerators, and laundry chutes installation and maintenance, version 2
  38. 38 - Emergency command center, version 2
  39. 39 - Roof access for one- and two-family dwellings and townhouses, version 2
  40. 40 - Fire door identification, version 2
  41. 41 - Fire protection systems general, version 2
  42. 42 - Fire protection systems hose connection, version 2
  43. 43 - Fire protection systems records, version 2
  44. 44 - Fire protection systems authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) reports, version 2
  45. 45 - Fire protection systems out of service, version 2
  46. 46 - Fire protection systems advanced notification, version 2
  47. 47 - Fire protection systems inspection, testing, and maintenance labeling, version 2
  48. 48 - Fire protection systems reference dates table, version 2
  49. 49 - Fire protection systems existing assembly occupancies, version 2
  50. 50 - Fire protection systems existing educational occupancies, version 2
  51. 51 - Fire protection systems existing health care occupancies, version 2
  52. 52 - Fire protection systems existing detention and correctional facilities, version 2
  53. 53 - Fire protection systems existing hotels and dormitories, version 2
  54. 54 - Fire protection systems existing residential board and care facilities, version 2
  55. 55 - Fire protection systems existing mercantile occupancies, version 2
  56. 56 - Fire protection systems high-rise buildings, version 2
  57. 57 - Fire protection systems table
  58. 58 - Stationary fire pump inspection, testing, and maintenance, version 2
  59. 59 - Private fire service mains inspection, testing, and maintenance
  60. 60 - Private service mains inspection, testing, and maintenance schedule
  61. 61 - Annual maintenance record keeping
  62. 62 - Extinguisher maintenance six-year internal examination label
  63. 63 - Extinguisher maintenance service collar information
  64. 64 - Positive alarm sequence occupant notification
  65. 65 - New and existing lodging and rooming houses
  66. 66 - Existing apartment buildings
  67. 67 - Existing mercantile occupancies
  68. 68 - Existing business occupancies
  69. 69 - Existing day-care and health care occupancies
  70. 70 - Fire alarm systems inspection, testing, and maintenance notification
  71. 71 - Fire alarm systems inspection, testing, and maintenance labels
  72. 72 - Fire alarm systems inspection, testing, and maintenance tag
  73. 73 - Fire alarm systems manually activated alarm-initiating devices
  74. 74 - Other fire protection systems compliance
  75. 75 - Other fire protection systems inspection, testing, and maintenance label
  76. 76 - Means of egress application
  77. 77 - Screen door assemblies and storm door assemblies
  78. 78 - Locks, latches, and alarm devices
  79. 79 - Allowable occupant load increases
  80. 80 - Egress capacity
  81. 81 - Special signs at elevators
  82. 82 - Water supply during construction
  83. 83 - Required access
  84. 84 - Fire department access road widths
  85. 85 - Fire department access road vertical clearance
  86. 86 - Fire department access roads bridges or culverts
  87. 87 - Fire department access roads bridges or culverts live loads
  88. 88 - Water supply fire flow
  89. 89 - Minimum number of fire hydrants for fire flow
  90. 90 - Hydrants out of service
  91. 91 - Nonmetallic containers
  92. 92 - Flame-retardant requirements
  93. 93 - Means of egress floor plan
  94. 94 - Means of egress inspection overcrowding
  95. 95 - Assembly open flame devices and pyrotechnics general
  96. 96 - Assembly open flame devices and pyrotechnics fire prevention
  97. 97 - Use of school facilities for sleeping
  98. 98 - Emergency egress drills in schools
  99. 99 - Manufactured housing
  100. 100 - Tents and temporary membrane structures
  101. 101 - Physical protection for all outside aboveground tanks
  102. 102 - Emergency electrical disconnect signs
  103. 103 - Fuel dispensing age limitation
  104. 104 - Fuel dispensing prohibition of foreign objects
  105. 105 - Fuel dispensing signs
  106. 106 - Attended self-service fuel dispensing prohibition of foreign objects
  107. 107 - Unattended self-service fuel dispensing prohibition of foreign objects
  108. 108 - Flammable finish spray booth inspection, testing, and maintenance
  109. 109 - Commercial cooking extinguishing system acceptance test
  110. 110 - Inoperable commercial cooking extinguishing or exhaust system
  111. 111 - Commercial cooking inspection, testing, and maintenance reference table
  112. 112 - Commercial cooking extinguishing system inspection, testing, and maintenance reports
  113. 113 - Commercial cooking extinguishing system inspection, testing, and maintenance tag
  114. 114 - Hazardous materials management plan (HMMP) onsite
  115. 115 - Hazardous materials protection from vehicles
  116. 116 - Fireworks removal
  117. 117 - Fireworks regulation
  118. 118 - Fireworks permits
  119. 119 - Consumer fireworks retail sales
  120. 120 - Flammable and combustible liquid tank permits
  121. 121 - Unpermitted flammable and combustible liquid tank prohibition
  122. 122 - Underground flammable and combustible liquid tank closure in place
  123. 123 - Unpermitted liquefied petroleum gases and natural gases tank prohibition

Current through February, 2022

HAWAII STATE FIRE CODE

Effective Date: January 19, 2021

RULES OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY

Notes

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