WSR 08-02-082

PROPOSED RULES

WASHINGTON STATE PATROL


[ Filed December 31, 2007, 11:40 a.m. ]

Original Notice.

Preproposal statement of inquiry was filed as WSR 07-19-051.

Title of Rule and Other Identifying Information: Fire marshal standards, chapter 212-12 WAC.

Hearing Location(s): General Administration Building, Room G-3, 210 11th Avenue S.W., Olympia, WA 98504, (360) 570-3139, on February 6, 2008, at 8:00 a.m.

Date of Intended Adoption: February 7, 2008.

Submit Written Comments to: Brandon LeMay, 210 11th Avenue S.W., Olympia, WA 98504, e-mail Brandon.lemay@wsp.wa.gov, fax (360) 570-3136, by February 5, 2008.

Assistance for Persons with Disabilities: Contact Brandon LeMay by February 5, 2008, (360) 570-3139.

Purpose of the Proposal and Its Anticipated Effects, Including Any Changes in Existing Rules: This chapter has been updated to correspond with the 2006 building and fire codes and to most accurately reflect the state fire marshal's procedures.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 18.20.130, 18.46.110, 18.51.140, 41.12.485, 48.48.030, 48.48.045, 70.62.290, 74.15.050.

Rule is not necessitated by federal law, federal or state court decision.

Name of Agency Personnel Responsible for Drafting, Implementation and Enforcement: Brandon LeMay, General Administration Building, P.O. Box 42600, Olympia, WA 98504-2600, (360) 570-3139.

No small business economic impact statement has been prepared under chapter 19.85 RCW.

A cost-benefit analysis is not required under RCW 34.05.328.

December 28, 2007

Paul S. Beckley

for John R. Batiste

Chief

OTS-1075.3


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 02-16-023, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02)

WAC 212-12-001   ((Purpose.)) Statement of authority.   ((The purpose of this chapter is to prescribe regulations consistent with nationally recognized good practice for the safeguarding of life and property from the hazards of fire, explosion, and panic. The director of fire protection is authorized to administer and enforce this chapter.)) The state director of fire protection is authorized to administer and enforce the provisions of this chapter.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 19.27 RCW. 02-16-023, 212-12-001, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02. Statutory Authority: Chapters 43.63A and 48.48 RCW. 93-05-032 (Order 93-02), 212-12-001, filed 2/16/93, effective 3/19/93.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 02-16-023, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02)

WAC 212-12-005   Definitions.   ((Unless otherwise clarified in this section, definitions in the State Building Code shall apply to this chapter. The following definitions shall also apply to this chapter:

(1) "Adult residential rehabilitation center" means a residence, place, or center, including private adult treatment homes, licensed by the department of health under chapter 71.12 RCW and chapter 246-325 WAC. Adult residential rehabilitation facilities shall be classified as a Group LC Occupancy.

(2) "Alcoholism hospital" means facilities or institutions licensed by the department of health under chapter 71.12 RCW and chapter 246-322 WAC. Alcoholism hospitals shall be classified as a Group I, Division 1.1 Occupancy.

(3) "Alcoholism intensive inpatient treatment services" means those services licensed by the department of health under chapter 71.12 RCW and chapter 246-326 WAC. Alcoholism intensive inpatient treatment services shall be classified as a Group LC Occupancy.

(4) "Alcoholism treatment facility" means a facility operated primarily for the treatment of alcoholism licensed by the department of health under chapter 71.12 RCW and chapter 246-362 WAC. Alcoholism treatment facilities shall be classified as follows:

(a) "Alcoholism detoxification services":

(i) Acute: Group I, Division 1.1.

(ii) Sub-acute: A Group LC Occupancy.

(b) "Alcoholism long term treatment services": Alcoholism long term treatment services shall be classified as a Group LC Occupancy.

(c) "Alcohol recovery house services": Alcohol recovery house services shall be classified as a Group LC Occupancy.

(5) "Ambulatory" means physically and mentally capable of walking or traversing a normal path to safety, including the ascent and descent of stairs, without the physical assistance of another person.

(6) "Approved" refers to approval by the director of fire protection as a result of investigation and tests conducted by the director of fire protection or by reason of accepted principles or tests by national authorities, or technical or scientific organizations.

(7) "Authority having jurisdiction" is the director of fire protection or authorized deputy or designee.

(8) "Assistant state fire marshal" means the assistant state fire marshal who manages a specific division within the fire protection bureau or as designated by the director of fire protection.

(9) "Bed and breakfast": See transient accommodation definition in this section.

(10) "Boarding home" means any home or other institution licensed by the department of health under chapter 18.20 RCW and chapter 388-78A WAC. Boarding homes shall be classified as a Group LC Occupancy.

(11) "Building official" means the designated authority appointed by the governing body of each city or county who is in charge of the administration and enforcement of the Uniform Building Code.

(12) "Child birth center" means a facility or institution licensed by the department of health under chapter 18.46 RCW and chapter 246-329 WAC. Child birth centers shall be classified as a Group B Occupancy.

(13) "Child day care center" means an agency which provides child day care outside the abode of the licensee or for thirteen or more children in the abode of the licensee. Such facilities are licensed by the department of social and health services under chapter 74.15 RCW and chapter 388-150 WAC. Child day care centers shall be classified as a Group E, Division 3 Occupancy.

(14) "Director of fire protection" means the director of the fire protection bureau in the Washington state patrol or authorized deputy or designee.

(15) "Evaluation process" means the initial steps in the informal appeals process established by the director of fire protection under the authority of RCW 34.05.060.

(16) "Family child day care home" means a child day care facility located in the family abode of the person or persons under whose direct care and supervision the child is placed, for the care of twelve or fewer children, including children who reside at the home. Such facilities are licensed by the department of social and health services under chapter 74.15 RCW and chapter 388-155 WAC. Family child day care homes shall be classified as a Group R, Division 3 Occupancy.

(17) "Fire official" means the person or other designated authority appointed by the city or county for the administration and enforcement of the Uniform Fire Code.

(18) "Group care facility" means a facility licensed by the department of social and health services under chapter 74.15 RCW and chapter 388-73 WAC. Group care facilities shall be classified as a Group LC Occupancy.

(19) "Group care facilities for severely and multiply handicapped children" means facilities which are maintained and operated for the care of a group of children as licensed by the department of social and health services under chapter 74.15 RCW and chapter 388-73 WAC. Group care facilities for severely and multiply handicapped children shall be classified as:

(a) A Group LC Occupancy.

(b) Group I, Division 1.1 Occupancy when accommodating more than sixteen nonambulatory clients or residents, excluding staff.

(c) Group I, Division 3 Occupancy when accommodating any number of restrained persons.

(20) "Hospice care center" means any building, facility, or place licensed by the department of health under chapter 70.41 RCW and chapter 246-321 WAC. Hospice care centers shall be classified as a Group I, Division 1.1 Occupancy.

(21) "Hospital" means an institution, place, building, or agency licensed by the department of health under chapter 70.41 RCW and chapter 246-318 WAC. Hospitals shall be classified as a Group I, Division 1.1 Occupancy.

(22) "Nonambulatory" means physically or mentally unable to walk or traverse a normal path to safety without the physical assistance of another person.

(23) "Nursing home" means any home, place, or institution licensed by the department of social and health services under chapter 18.51 RCW and chapter 248-14 WAC. Nursing homes shall be classified as a Group I, Division 1.1 Occupancy.

(24) "Private adult treatment home" means the same as an adult residential rehabilitation center as defined in (1) of this section.

(25) "Psychiatric hospital" means an institution licensed by the department of health under chapter 71.12 RCW and chapter 246-322 WAC. Psychiatric hospitals shall be classified as a Group I, Division 3 Occupancy.

(26) "Residential treatment facility for psychiatrically impaired children and youth" means a residence, place, or facility licensed by the department of health under chapter 71.12 RCW and chapter 246-323 WAC. Residential treatment facilities for psychiatrically impaired children and youth shall be classified as:

(a) A Group LC Occupancy.

(b) Group I, Division 1.1 Occupancy when accommodating more than sixteen nonambulatory, nonrestrained clients or residents, excluding staff.

(c) Group I, Division 3 Occupancy when accommodating any number of restrained persons.

(27) "State fire marshal" means the director of fire protection or authorized deputy or designee.

(28) "Transient accommodation" means any facility licensed by the department of health under chapter 70.62 RCW and chapter 246-360 WAC and shall include bed and breakfast inns. Transient accommodations shall be classified as a Group R, Division 1 Occupancy when accommodating more than ten persons and a Group R, Division 3 Occupancy when accommodating ten or less persons.)) Unless otherwise provided in this section, definitions in the Washington State Building Code, chapter 19.27 RCW, and 42 CFR Ch. IV 483.70, National Fire Protection Association, standard 101 "Life Safety Code" 2000 edition, as adopted by CMS (Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services) shall apply to this chapter. The following definitions shall also apply to this chapter:

(1) "State director of fire protection" means the director of fire protection within the Washington state patrol, the state fire marshal or authorized deputy or designee.

(2) "New facility" means any facility that is being occupied for the first time, vacated for more than thirty days and reoccupied, or for which the license has expired, shall be considered a new facility and shall meet the current codes and standards as adopted. Except for boarding homes which may be vacated for more than thirty days if approved by the director of fire protection and the department of social and health services.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 19.27 RCW. 02-16-023, 212-12-005, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02. Statutory Authority: Chapters 43.63A and 48.48 RCW. 93-05-032 (Order 93-02), 212-12-005, filed 2/16/93, effective 3/19/93.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 02-16-023, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02)

WAC 212-12-010   Adoption of ((fire safety)) codes and standards.   (((1) Application. This regulation shall apply to:

(a) Transient accommodations (RCW 70.62.290).

(b) Nursing homes (RCW 18.51.140).

(c) Hospitals (RCW 70.41.080).

(d) Boarding homes (RCW 18.20.130).

(e) Private establishments; i.e. private, mental, and alcoholic hospitals (RCW 71.12.485).

(f) Child birth center (RCW 18.46.110).

(g) Agencies licensed by the department of social and health services pursuant to chapter 74.15 RCW, RCW 74.32.040 through 74.32.055, and 74.13.031, except foster family homes and child placing agencies.

(h) Schools under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of public instruction and the state board of education (RCW 48.48.045).

(2) Purpose. The purpose of these standards is to specify measures which will provide a reasonable degree of public safety from fire without involving hardship or interference with the normal use and occupancy of a building.

(3) Fire safety standards. The fire safety standards of the director of fire protection shall be as follows:

(a) The fire safety standards or applicable portions thereof as found or referenced in the State Building Code Act, chapter 19.27 RCW.

(b) The 1985 edition of the National Fire Protection Association Life Safety Code 101.

(c) Those standards of the National Fire Protection Association applicable to and expressly or impliedly referenced in the Life Safety Code.

(4) Enforcement. Enforcement of these fire safety standards shall be as follows:

(a) New construction or major remodeling shall be in conformance with the Uniform Building Code and the Uniform Fire Code, as administered by state and local officials having jurisdiction.

(b) Operation and maintenance shall be in conformance with the Uniform Fire Code, as administered by state and local officials having jurisdiction.

(c) Existing licensed occupancies previously approved by the state fire marshal as in conformance with the standards then in effect shall have their existing use or occupancy continued, provided such continued use is not dangerous to life and is acceptable to the local fire and building officials having jurisdiction.

(d) Occupancies, operations or processes not specifically covered elsewhere, in which the director of fire protection has responsibilities for the removal of fire hazards, shall be conducted and/or maintained in accordance with the latest edition of the National Fire Protection Association Fire Codes which shall be deemed prima facie evidence of good practice.)) The following administrative codes and regulations are hereby adopted by reference as if set forth fully herein:

(1) Chapter 51-50 WAC, State Building Code adoption and amendment of the International Building Code.

(2) Chapter 51-51 WAC, State Building Code adoption and amendment of the International Residential Code.

(3) Chapter 51-52 WAC, State Building Code adoption and amendment of the International Mechanical Code.

(4) Chapter 51-54 WAC, State Building Code adoption and amendment of the International Fire Code.

(5) Chapter 51-56 WAC, State Building Code adoption and amendment of the Uniform Plumbing Code.

(6) Chapter 51-57 WAC, State Building Code adoption and amendment of Appendix A, B and Appendix I of the Uniform Plumbing Code.

(7) 42 CFR Ch. IV 483.70, National Fire Protection Association, standard 101, "Life Safety Code," 2000 edition adopted by CMS (Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services) for application in nursing homes and hospitals.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 19.27 RCW. 02-16-023, 212-12-010, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02; Order FM-77-2, 212-12-010, filed 11/17/77; Order F-72-1, 212-12-010, filed 1/24/72; Order F-71-1, 212-12-010, filed 8/10/71; Order FMR-68-1, 212-12-010, filed 5/2/68, effective 6/1/68; filed 3/22/60.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 02-16-023, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02)

WAC 212-12-015   ((Compliance.)) Applicability.   (((1) The director of fire protection has the responsibility under WAC 212-12-010, chapters 19.27 and 48.48 RCW, and chapters 51-40, 51-42, 51-44, and 51-45 WAC to require occupancies, operations, or processes to be conducted and/or maintained so as not to pose a hazard to life or property and for the removal of fire and life safety hazards.

(2) New construction or remodeling shall be in conformance with the State Building Code Act and chapters 19.27 and 48.48 RCW.

(3) All occupancies, operations, or processes in which the director of fire protection has responsibility shall comply with the provisions of this chapter.)) The provisions of this chapter apply to all facilities for which the director of fire protection is responsible for fire protection and enforcement including:

Adult rehabilitation center.

Alcoholism hospital.

Alcoholism intensive inpatient treatment services.

Alcoholism treatment facility.

Psychiatric hospital.

Boarding home.

Birthing center.

Child care occupancies.

Group care facility.

Group care facilities for severely and multiply handicapped children.

Hospital.

Nursing home.

Transient accommodation.

Public buildings.

Enhanced services facilities.

Examination of premises.

Standard of safety.

Schools -- Standards for fire prevention and safety -- Plan review and construction inspection.

Removal of fire hazards -- Appeal of order -- Penalty.

Reports and investigations of fire -- Police powers.

Statistical information and reports.

Examination of witnesses.

Criminal prosecution.

Record of fires.

Premises with guard animals -- Registration, posting -- Acts permitted fire fighters -- Liability for injury to fire fighters.

Hazardous liquid and gas pipeline accidents -- Preparedness of local first responders.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 19.27 RCW. 02-16-023, 212-12-015, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02. Statutory Authority: Chapters 43.63A and 48.48 RCW. 93-05-032 (Order 93-02), 212-12-015, filed 2/16/93, effective 3/19/93.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 02-16-023, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02)

WAC 212-12-020   ((Inspection.)) Additional boarding home requirements.   (((1) The director of fire protection shall have the authority to:

(a) Enter upon and examine any building or premises where any fire has occurred and other buildings and premises adjoining or near thereto per RCW 48.48.030(1), 48.48.060, 48.48.070, and 48.48.080.

(b) Enter upon and examine any public building or premises to inspect for fire hazards per RCW 48.48.030(2), 48.48.040, 48.48.045, and 48.48.050.

(c) Collect and disseminate statistical information and reports per RCW 48.48.065.

(2) The director of fire protection may designate another person or agency to conduct the inspection.)) (1) Boarding home resident evacuation capability levels.

(a) Evacuation capability is the ability of the resident of a boarding home licensed by the department of social and health services under chapter 18.20 RCW to respond to an emergency situation and either evacuate the boarding home or move to a point of safety.

(b) Residents shall be classified in one of the following evacuation levels:

(i) Level I - persons physically and cognitively capable of walking or traversing a normal pathway to safety, including the ascent and descent of stairs, and capable of self-preservation, without the physical assistance of another person.

(ii) Level II - persons physically and cognitively capable of traversing a normal path to safety with the use of mobility aids, but unable to ascend or descend stairs without the physical assistance of another person.

(iii) Level III - persons physically or cognitively unable to walk or traverse a normal path to safety without the physical assistance of another person.

(2) Residents with evacuation capabilities of Level II or Level III must reside on the grade level floor unless the boarding home receives written approval by the director of fire protection to house these residents on other floor levels.

(3) The boarding home must not admit or retain more than two residents with evacuation capabilities of Level II or Level III unless:

(a) The boarding home receives written approval by the director of fire protection to care for more than two residents with evacuation capabilities of Level II or Level III;

(b) The boarding home is divided into at least two smoke barrier compartments on each floor; and

(c) The boarding home has an operational automatic sprinkler system throughout the facility, unless the boarding home was initially licensed prior to July 1, 2007, and is licensed for six or fewer residents.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 19.27 RCW. 02-16-023, 212-12-020, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02. Statutory Authority: Chapters 43.63A and 48.48 RCW. 93-05-032 (Order 93-02), 212-12-020, filed 2/16/93, effective 3/19/93.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 02-16-023, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02)

WAC 212-12-025   ((Right of appeal.)) Fire reporting.   ((Any person may appeal any decision made by fire protection bureau under this chapter through the following procedure:

(1) The first level of appeal is to the assistant state fire marshal. The appeal must be submitted in writing to the assistant state fire marshal within thirty days of receipt of the decision in question. The assistant state fire marshal shall reply to the appellant within ten days of receipt of such appeal.

(2) The second level of appeal is to the director of fire protection. If the appellant wishes to appeal the decision of the assistant state fire marshal, he/she shall, within ten days of the receipt of that decision, submit a written appeal to the director of fire protection. The director of fire protection shall reply to the appellant within ten days of receipt of such appeal.

(3) Should this process not satisfy the appellant, he or she may further appeal per chapter 34.05 RCW.)) Any facility licensed by the department of health or the department of social and health services, and inspected by the office of the state fire marshal, shall report within twenty-four hours to the office of the state fire marshal any accidental or unintentional fire, any deliberately set improper fire, any unusual incident that required implementation of the facility disaster plan, including any evacuation of all or part of the resident population to another area within the facility or to another address, and any circumstance which threatened or could have threatened the ability of the facility to ensure continuation of normal services to the residents.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 19.27 RCW. 02-16-023, 212-12-025, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02. Statutory Authority: Chapters 43.63A and 48.48 RCW. 93-05-032 (Order 93-02), 212-12-025, filed 2/16/93, effective 3/19/93.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 02-16-023, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02)

WAC 212-12-030   ((Standards.)) Right of appeal for state cited facilities.   ((The fire and life safety standards of the fire protection bureau shall include the following:

(1) Chapter 51-40 WAC, State Building Code adoption of the 1997 edition of the Uniform Building Code, standards and amendments.

(2) Chapter 51-42 WAC, State Building Code adoption of the 1997 edition of the Uniform Mechanical Code, standards and amendments.

(3) Chapter 51-44 WAC, State Building Code adoption of the 1997 edition of the Uniform Fire Code, and amendments.

(4) Chapter 51-45 WAC, State Building Code adoption of the 1997 edition of the Uniform Fire Code Standards.)) The following procedure will apply to appeals of orders, decisions or citations made by the state fire marshal's office:

(1) Administrative appeal (step 1) - A facility will have an opportunity to dispute cited deficiencies with a chief deputy state fire marshal. The purpose of this informal process is to give the facility an opportunity to refute cited deficiencies after an inspection. A written request with an explanation of the specific deficiencies that are being disputed shall be submitted within ten days of receipt of the correction notice. All submittals shall be sent to WSP-Fire Protection Bureau, P.O. Box 42600, Olympia, WA 98504-2600. If a facility is successful in demonstrating that a deficiency should not have been cited, the chief deputy state fire marshal will remove or make the appropriate corrections to the citation. If a facility is unsuccessful in demonstrating that a deficiency should not have been cited, the facility will be notified in writing that the citation will remain unchanged. The facility will then have the option to proceed to step #2 in the administrative appeal process.

(2) Administrative appeal (step 2) - If a facility is not satisfied with the decision made during the administrative appeal (step 1), they may appeal the decision in writing within seven days of receipt of the written decision to the prevention division assistant state fire marshal. If a facility is successful in demonstrating that a deficiency should not have been cited, the assistant state fire marshal will remove or make the appropriate corrections to the citation. If a facility is unsuccessful in demonstrating that a deficiency should not have been cited, the facility will be notified in writing that the citation will remain unchanged. The facility will then have the option to proceed to step #3 in the administrative appeal process.

(3) Administrative appeal (step 3) - If a facility is not satisfied with the decision made during the administrative appeal (step 2), they may appeal the decision in writing within seven days of receipt of the written decision to the director of fire protection. If a facility is successful in demonstrating that a deficiency should not have been cited, the director of fire protection will remove or make the appropriate corrections to the citation. If a facility is unsuccessful in demonstrating that a deficiency should not have been cited, the facility will be notified in writing that the citation will remain unchanged.

(4) This is a final agency action.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 19.27 RCW. 02-16-023, 212-12-030, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02. Statutory Authority: Chapters 43.63A and 48.48 RCW. 93-05-032 (Order 93-02), 212-12-030, filed 2/16/93, effective 3/19/93.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 02-16-023, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02)

WAC 212-12-040   Fire emergency plan.   All Group I, Group E, ((Group LC)) and Group ((R)) R2 Occupancies shall develop and maintain a written fire emergency plan. The plan shall include the following:

(1) Action to take by the person discovering a fire.

(2) Method of sounding an alarm on the premises.

(3) Actions to take for evacuation and assuring accountability of the occupants.

(4) An evacuation floor plan identifying exits.

(5) In Group R, Division 1 Occupancies and Group R, Division 3 Occupancies used as transient accommodations, a copy of the written evacuation plan shall be posted in each guest room.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 19.27 RCW. 02-16-023, 212-12-040, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02. Statutory Authority: Chapters 43.63A and 48.48 RCW. 93-05-032 (Order 93-02), 212-12-040, filed 2/16/93, effective 3/19/93.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 02-16-023, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02)

WAC 212-12-044   Fire drills.   In all Group I, Group E, ((Group LC,)) and Group ((R)) R2 Occupancies licensed by the state, at least twelve planned and unannounced fire drills shall be held every year. Drills shall be conducted quarterly on each shift in Group I((,)) and Group ((R)) R2, ((and Group LC)) Occupancies and monthly in Group E Occupancies to familiarize personnel with signals and emergency action required under varied conditions. A detailed written record of all fire drills shall be maintained and available for inspection at all times. When drills are conducted between 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., a coded announcement may be used instead of audible alarms. Fire drills shall include the transmission of a fire alarm signal and simulation of emergency conditions. The fire alarm monitoring company shall be notified prior to the activation of the fire alarm system for drill purposes and again at the conclusion of the transmission and restoration of the fire alarm system to normal mode.

[Statutory Authority: Chapter 19.27 RCW. 02-16-023, 212-12-044, filed 7/29/02, effective 8/29/02. Statutory Authority: Chapters 43.63A and 48.48 RCW. 93-05-032 (Order 93-02), 212-12-044, filed 2/16/93, effective 3/19/93.]


REPEALER

     The following sections of the Washington Administrative Code are repealed:
WAC 212-12-011 Applicability.
WAC 212-12-200 Purpose.
WAC 212-12-210 Definitions.
WAC 212-12-220 Applicability.
WAC 212-12-230 Compliance.
WAC 212-12-240 Inspection.
WAC 212-12-250 Approval.
WAC 212-12-260 Right of appeal.
WAC 212-12-270 Local codes.
WAC 212-12-280 Standards.
WAC 212-12-290 Construction requirements.
WAC 212-12-300 Modernization or renovation.
WAC 212-12-310 Additions.
WAC 212-12-320 Design, operation.
WAC 212-12-330 Staffing requirements.
WAC 212-12-340 Fire extinguishers.
WAC 212-12-350 Lighting.
WAC 212-12-360 Protection from hazards.
WAC 212-12-370 Sprinkler systems.
WAC 212-12-380 Fire alarm.
WAC 212-12-390 Smoke detection.
WAC 212-12-400 Equipment, inspection, testing and maintenance.
WAC 212-12-410 Severability.

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