Minn. R. 1305.1010 - SECTION 1010, DOORS, GATES, AND TURNSTILES
IBC section 1010.1.5 is amended by modifying exception 5 to read as follows:
The exception to IBC section 1010.1.9.2 is amended to read as follows:
Exception: The ingress side of access doors or gates in barrier walls and fences protecting pools, spas, and hot tubs shall be permitted to have operable parts of the latch release on self-latching devices at 54 inches (1370 mm) maximum above the finished floor or ground, provided that the self-latching devices are not also self-locking devices operated by means of a key, electronic opener, or integral combination lock. All hardware shall comply with Section 1010.1.9.6.
IBC section 1010.1.9.4 is amended to read as follows:
IBC section 1010.1.9.7 is amended to read as follows:
Controlled egress door locking systems, including electromechanical locking systems and electromagnetic locking systems, shall be permitted in Group I-1 Condition 2, I-2, R-3, and R-4 Condition 2 occupancies when a persons clinical needs require their containment. Controlled egress doors shall be permitted in these occupancies when the building is equipped throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1 and an approved automatic smoke detection system installed in accordance with Section 907. Electric locking systems and controlled egress doors shall comply with the requirements in items 1 through 11 below.
Exceptions to items 1 through 11:
IBC sections 1010.1.9.8 and 1010.1.9.8.1 are amended to read as follows:
Exception: Delayed egress locking systems shall be permitted to be installed on exit or exit access doors, other than the main exit or exit access door, serving a courtroom in buildings equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1.
Exception to item 4: Where approved, a delay of not more than 30 seconds is permitted on a delayed egress door.
Exceptions to item 5:
Exception to item 6: Where approved, in Group I occupancies, the installation of a sign is not required where care recipients who because of clinical needs require restraint or containment as part of the function of the treatment area.
IBC section 1010.1.9.12 is amended by revising exception 3 to read as follows:
IBC section 1010.1 is amended by adding subsections as follows:
All locking devices shall be designed to fail in the open position. Following the release of the locking devices for any of the conditions specified in Items 1 through 6 above, relocking of the devices shall be by manual means only at the door.
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