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No.     Fire Code Compliance Item


I-000    APPLICABLE CODES:These Code references shall be placed on the cover sheet of your drawings. NFPA 101 Life Safety Code (LSC) 2012 Ed; Rules and Regulations of the State Minimum Fire Safety Standards; Chap. 120-3-3 Modifications, 2012 Ed; Georgia Accessibility Code, 120-3-20A, 2010 Ed; International Fire Code (IFC), 2012 Ed; International Building Code (IBC), 2012 Ed. 

I-002    The following information shall be placed on the cover sheet of the submitted plans; Occupancy Classification Per NFPA 101 LSC, 2012 Ed._____; Type of construction_____; Fire Sprinklered per NFPA 101 LSC, 2012 Ed_____; Fire Alarm per NFPA 101 LSC 2012 Ed_____ Construction area square footage; _____Number of stories of the building_____; Calculated occupant load per NFPA 101 LSC, 2012 Ed_____.

FYI    I-004    The response to all comments shall be addressed on the plans as a note or as a change to the drawings. No permits will be issued if there are any comments that have not been addressed. The reason for the notes on the drawings is the ensure that the contractor is aware of our requirements in order to make it easier for them to get their final inspection approvals.

FYI    I-005    Effective 3/15/12 the State Fire Marshals Office has adopted the 2010 ADA Guidelines as the Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A. In the future please refer to this document to assist in your drawing submittals.

FYI    I-006    Interior finish plans on any space within this building shall be submitted prior to construction.

I-008    Operating features shall be provided for this facility per the requirements of the respective occupancy chapter of the NFPA 101 LSC; 2012 Ed.

I-010    3 set of plans bearing the seal and signature of a licensed architect or engineer currently registered with the State of Georgia are required for final plan review. OCGA Title 43.-4-xx.

FYI    I-012    This project does not come under the jurisdiction of the City of Johns Creek Fire Marshals Office.

FYI    I-014    Permit fees are payable at the time of final plans approval.
    
I-016    Provide the numerical address for this building. The address is available from the City of Johns Creek addressing division 678-512-3289.
    
I-018    The address shall be visible from the street. The building address shall be a minimum of 6" characters on contrasting background. City of Johns Creek Development Regulations. Chap. 7, Sect. 7.3.8; IFC 2012 Ed; Chap. 5, Sect. 505.1.
    
I-020    Provide the suite number/letter for this tenant space. IFC 2012 Ed. Chap.. 4, Sect. 408.11.2.
  
I-022    The suite number/letter shall be displayed on all exterior doors, to include any rear doors, of the tenant space. The numbers/letters shall be a minimum of 3" in height on a contrasting color to the background. IFC 2012 Ed.; Chap. 4; Sect 408.11.2.
    
I-024    If tenant walls_____, Restrooms_____, HVAC_____, or electrical are shown on the shell only drawing plans interior finish permits shall be required.

FYI    I-026    Contact the City of Johns Creek Permits Department at 678-512-3330 to schedule your 80% and 100% inspection.
    
I-028    Supply this office with a fixture plan of shelving, racking, conveyor systems, machinery location and cubicle arrangement. Show both plan and elevation views. Additional exit and emergency lighting may be required.
    
I-030    Your plan submittal is missing the following drawing(s). Architectural_____: Structural_____: Mechanical_____: Plumbing_____: Electrical_____: Disabled Accessibility_____:. Additional plan review comments will be issued upon receipt of these drawings.
     
I-032    The submitted plans have been reviewed for code compliance and appear to meet all code requirements at this time. Final approval of the project is subject to final field inspections. This project has been approved for Fire Marshals Office permitting. You will be notified when your permit is ready for pick up.

FYI    I-033    The attached comments are for the contractors information. A copy of the comments will be attached to the job copy of the plans and shall remain attached until the final inspection is completed.

FYI    I-034    Per the agreement between the Georgia State Fire Marshals Office (SFMO) and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) the following items are enforced by the SFMO. 1) Occupancy Classification (NFPA 101 LSC; Chap.6; 2012 Ed.); 2) Means of Egress (NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; 2012 Ed. ); 3) Interior Finish (NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 10; 2012 Ed.); 4) Vertical Openings (NFPA 101 LSC; 2012 Ed.); 5) Sprinkler Systems, minimum construction standards per NFPA 101 LSC; 2012 Ed.); Fire Alarm Systems (NFPA 101 LSC, 2012 Ed.); 6) Smoke Alarms and Smoke Detection Systems ( State Statute and NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 9, Sect. 9.6; 2012 Ed.); 7) Cooking Equipment NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 9, sect 9.2.3; 2012 Ed. and NFPA 96; 2011 Ed.); Liquid Petroleum Gas (Rules and Regulations of the Safety Fire commissioner; 120-3-016); Compressed Natural Gas (Rules and Regulations of the Fire Safety commissioner; 120-3-14).

Life Safety Requirements

I-100    The common path of travel measurements shall meet the requirements of the occupancy chapter for this project. NFPA 101 LSC; Annex A; Sect. A-7-6-1; 2012 Ed.
    
I-102    The capacity of the means of egress shall meet the requirements of the occupancy chapter for this project and shall be based on the calculated occupant load for that occupancy type. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.2.1.2. 2012 Ed.
    
I-104    Door openings in the means of egress shall be not less than 32 inches in clear width. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7 Sect. 7.2.1.2.3; 2012 Ed.; and Georgia Accessibility Code,; 120-3-20A; Chap.4; Sect. 404.2.3; 2010 Ed.
    
I-106    The elevation of the floor surfaces on both sides of a door shall not vary by more than 1/2 inch. The elevation shall be maintained for a distance not less than the width of the widest leaf. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.2.1.3; 2000 Ed.
    
I-108    Door swing shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.2.1.4; 2012 Ed.; Georgia accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap.4; Sect 404.2.9; 2010 Ed.
    
I-110    The forces required to fully open any door manually in the means of egress shall not exceed 15lbf to release the latch, 30lbf to start the door in motion, and 15 lbf to open the door to the required width. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; sect. 7.2.1.4.5; 2012 Ed.
    
I-112    Locks, and latching devices, on doors in the means of egress shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7 Sect. 7.2.1.5.1; 2012 Ed. Georgia Accessibility Code; 120-3-20A; Chap. 4; Sect. 404.2.7; 2010 Ed.
    
I-114    Panic hardware shall be provided on all exit doors per the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.2.1.7; 2012 Ed.
  
I-116    Power operated doors shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect 7.2.1.9; 2012 Ed.; Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 4; Sect. 404.3; 2010 Ed.
    
I-118    Stairs shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap.7 Sect. 7.2.2.3; 2000 Ed.; Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 5; Sect. 504. 1 thru Sect 504.5; 2010 Ed.
    
I-120    Provide guard rails on all porches, decks or landings 30 inches or more above adjacent finished grade. They shall be a minimum of 42 inches In height above the finished floor. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.2.2.4.1 and 7.2.2.4.6; 2012 Ed.
    
I-122    Handrails are required on both sides of all stairs and ramps. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap.7; Sect. 7.2.2.4.2 thru 7.2.2.4.5.; 2012 Ed. And the Georgia Accessibility Code; 120-3-20A; Chap. 5; Sect. 505.1 thru 505.10.3; 2010 Ed.
    
I-124    Stair and railing picket spacing shall comply with NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.2.2.4.6(3); 2012 Ed.
    
I-126    Stair identification signs shall be provided per the requirements of the NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect 7.2.2.5.4; 2012 Ed.; and the Georgia Accessibility Code; 120-3-20A; Chap. 7; Sect. 703.1 thru sect. 703.6.3; 2010 Ed.
    
I-128    Outside stairs shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect 7.2.2.6.3 thru 7.2.2.6.6; 2012 Ed.
    
I-130    Provide ramps complying with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap.7; Sect. 7.2.5; 2012 Ed and the Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20; Chap. 4; Sect. 405.1 thru Sect 405.10; 2010 Ed.
    I-132    Area of refuge and rescue assistance for non-sprinklered accessible buildings shall be provided per the requirements of the NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.2.12; 2012 Ed.; Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 2; Sect. 216.4.2; 2010 Ed.
    
I-134    Elevators and escalators shall meet the requirements of ANSI/ASMEA17.1; NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.2.13 and Chap. 9; Sect. 9.4; 2012 Ed.; and Georgia Accessibility Code 120.3.20A; Chap. 4; Sect. 407 and Chap. 8; Sect. 810.9; 2010 Ed.
    
I-136    The required number of means of egress shall be based on the calculated occupant load of the project. 1 to 49 occupants, a minimum of 1; 50 to 499 occupants, a minimum of 2; 500 to 1000 occupants, a minimum of 3; more than 1000 occupants, a minimum of 4; NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.4; 2012 Ed.
    
I-138    The arrangement and remoteness of the means of egress shall meet the requirements of the occupancy chapter for this project. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.5.1.1 and Sect. 7.5.1.3; 2012 Ed.
    
I-140    Access to exits shall not be through kitchens, restrooms, workrooms, closets or storerooms, or other spaces or areas subject to locking. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.5.2.1; 2012 Ed.
  
 
I-142    Travel distance to the means of egress shall meet the requirements of the occupancy chapter for this project. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.6.1; and annex A; A-7-6-1; 2012 Ed.
    
I-144    Dead end limit measurements shall comply with the requirements of the appropriate occupancy chapter of the NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. Table A7; Sect. A7.6.1; 2012 Ed.
    
I-146    Emergency lighting shall comply with the requirements of. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.9; 2012 Ed.
    
I-148    Exit lighting shall comply with the requirements of. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.10; 2012 Ed.

FYI    I-150    Exit signage and Emergency lighting, will be evaluated for location and required lighting intensity at final inspection. Authority Having Jurisdiction.
    
I-152    Fire barriers shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect 8.2.3.1.1; 2012 Ed.
    
I-154    Fire barriers shall be _____ hour fire rated construction. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect. 8.2.3.1.2. 2012 Ed. International Building Code Chap. 5; Section 508.3.3; 2012 Ed.
    
I-156    All fire/smoke barriers or walls shall be effectively and permanently identified, with signs or stenciling, above a decorative ceiling and/or in concealed spaces with letters a minimum of 2 inches high on a contrasting background spaced a maximum of 12 feet on center with a minimum of one per wall or barrier. The hourly rating shall be included on all rated barriers or walls. Suggested wording "_____hour fire and smoke barrier-protect all openings. NFPA 101 LSC. Chap. 8; Sect. 8.2.2.4; 2012 Ed. as amended by OCGA Title 25 Sect. 120-3-3.
    
I-158    Penetrations into or through either vertical or horizontal fire rated barriers shall be protected by a system listed by a recognized testing agency. Provide a detail and listing number per the requirements of the NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect, 8.2.3.2.4; 2012 Ed.
    
I-160    Vertical openings shall be enclosed per the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect 8.2.5; 2000 Ed.
    
I-162    Atriums shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect. 8.2.5.6; 2012 Ed.
    
I-164    Mezzanines shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect. 8.2.6; 2012 ED.
    
I-166    Concealed spaces in new type lll, type lV or type V construction with materials having a flame spread rating greater than class A shall be protected per the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect. 8.2.7; 2012 Ed.
    
I-168    Unoccupied attic Space, of type III, IV, or V construction, shall be divided by draft stops into areas not to exceed 3,000 sq. ft. The draft stops shall be constructed of material as described in the International Building Code Chap. 7; Sect. 717.3.1; 2012 Ed. They shall have a ceiling access panel a minimum of 22 in. x 36 in.. The access panel shall provide access to the primary attic entry space and a maximum of 1 space either side of the primary access space. Provide spring loaded , latching doors for entry into the secondary spaces. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8.2.7.1.(2) 2012 Ed.
    
I-170    Attic compartments containing gas fired mechanical equipment shall be subdivided by 1 hour fire rated partitions into areas not to exceed 1000 sq. ft. per the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect. 8.4.1 2012 Ed.
    
I-172    Storage, mechanical, furnace rooms, janitor closets and closets in excess of 100 sq. Ft. shall be separated from the rest of the building by 1 hr. fire rated construction or a domestic fire sprinkler system. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect. 8.4.1.1. and Chap. 9; Sect. 9.7.1.2; 2012 Ed. The basement storage room.
    
I-174    Elevator lobby protection shall be provided. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 9; Sect. 9.4.2; 2012 Ed. as amended by OCGA Title 25; Sect. 120-3-3.
    
I-176    Chutes and incinerators shall meet the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 9; Sect. 9.5; 2012 Ed.
    
I-178    Combustible interior finish products shall comply with the requirements of the occupancy chapter for this project. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 10; Sect. 10.2.2.1; 2012 Ed.
    
I-180    Exit access through store rooms shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 36 and 37; Sect. 36.2.5.10 and 37.2.5.10; 2012 Ed.
    
I-182    Circuits for exit and/or emergency lighting shall be connected to the lighting circuit for the area they serve. Dedicated circuits are not permitted. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect 7.9.2.2and Sect. 7.10.4; 2012 Ed. and NFPA 70 NEC; Chap. 700; Sect. 700.17; 2011 Ed.
    
I-184    Smoke detectors shall be installed on the supply side in return air systems with a design capacity of 2000 cfm or more. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 9; Sect 9.2.1; 2012 Ed. and International Mechanical Code; Chap. 6; Sect. 606.2.1; 2012 Ed.
  
I-186    Details for all fire rated wall, floor ceiling, and ceiling assemblies shall be provided by a recognized testing agency, UL, FM, Etc. Details and assembly test number shall be attached to the drawings. Authority having jurisdiction.

FYI    I-188    Operating features shall be provided for this occupancy based on the occupancy type. NFPA 101 LSC; 2012 Ed.

Disabled Accessibility

I-200    All walks, corridors, aisles, skywalks, tunnels and other spaces that are part of an accessible route shall comply with the requirements of The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 4; Sect 401; 2010 Ed.
    
I-202    Objects protruding from walls, freestanding, overhead, overhanging objects and objects hanging from posts and pylons shall be installed per the requirements of The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 3: Sect. 307; 2010 Ed.
    
I-204    Thresholds at doorways shall be 1/2 in. high maximum. Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 4; Sect 404.2.5; 2010 Ed.
    
I-206    Minimum maneuvering clearances on either side of a door shall comply with the requirements of The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 4; Sect 404.2.4 thru 404.2.6; 2010 Ed.
    
I-208    Door and gate closers shall be adjusted so that from an open position of 90 degrees, the time required to move the door to a position of 12 degrees from the latch is 5 seconds minimum. Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 4; Sect. 404.2.8.1; 2010 Ed.
    
I-210    Drinking fountains shall be provided and installed per The Georgia Accessibility Code; Chap. 3; Sect. 307; Chap. 6; Sect. 602; 2010 Ed.
    
I-212    Water closets and toilet compartments shall be provided and installed per The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap.604.2 thru Sect. 604.8.3; 2010 Ed.
  
I-214    Grab bars shall be provided and installed per The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap.6; 604.5.1 thru 604.5.2 and Sect. 609.1 thru 609.8; 2010 Ed .
  
I-216    Urinals shall be installed per The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 3; sect 305; Chap. 6; Sect. 605. 1 thru Sect. 605.4; and Sect 606 2010 Ed.
    
I-218    Lavatories and sinks shall be provided and installed per The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 3; Sect 305; Chap. 6; Sect. 606.1 thru Sect 606.5; 2010 Ed.
    
I-220    Mirrors shall be provided and installed per The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 6; Sect. 603.3; 2010 Ed.
    
I-222    Bathtubs shall be provided and installed per The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 6; Sect. 607.1 thru 607.7; 2010 Ed.
    
I-224    Showers shall be provided and installed per The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 6; Sect 608.1 thru 608.8; 2010 Ed.
    
I-226    Doors shall not swing into the clear floor space required for any fixture. The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 6; Sect. 604.8.2.2; 2010 Ed.
    
I-228    Detectable warnings shall be provided and installed per The Georgia Accessibility code 120-3-20A; Chap. 7; Sect. 705.1 thru Sect. 705.2 ; 2010 Ed.
    
I-230    Entrances, which are not accessible, shall have directional signage to the nearest accessible entrance. Georgia Accessibility Code 12-3-20A; Chap. 2; Sect. 216.6; 2010 Ed.
    
I-232    Signage shall be provided and installed per The Georgia Accessibility code 120-3-20A; chap. 7; Sect 703.1 thru703..6.3; 2010 Ed.
    
I-234    Assembly occupancies shall provide seating and viewing areas per The Georgia Accessibility Code; 120-3-20A; Chap. 8; Sect. 801.1 thru sect 802.4.2; 2010 Ed.
    
I-236    Automated teller machines shall be installed per The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 7; sect. 707; 2010 Ed.
    
I-238    Dressing and fitting rooms shall comply with The Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 8; Sect. 803.1 thru sect. 803 5; 2010 Ed.
    
I-240    The minimum size of a toilet room shall be 5' 9" x 7'. Authority having jurisdiction. Details available upon request.
  
I-242    Provide an accessible counter area 28 in. to 34 in. above the finished floor, to the top of the counter, and a minimum 36 in. wide. Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 3; Sect. 305 and Sect. 306; Chap. 9; Sect. 902.1 thru 902.3; 2010 Ed. To be provided at the point of sale desk. Provide elevations.

Fire Extinguishers

FYI    I-300    Fire extinguishers shall be provided per the requirements of the occupancy chapter for this project. IFC; Chap. 9; Sect. 906; 2012 Ed. as amended by OCGA Title 25; 120-3-3 Fire extinguishers shall be installed per the requirements of the Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 3; Sect. 308; 2010 Ed. Fire extinguishers will be evaluated for location and size at final inspection.

FYI    I-302    A Class K, kitchen, fire extinguisher shall be within 30' of all cooking surfaces. IFC; Chap. 9; Sect. 904; 2012 Ed.

I-304    Fire extinguishers for fuel dispensing operation shall be within 100 ft. of all dispensers and shall be a minimum of 40BC._____are required.

FYI    I-306    Fire extinguishers shall display a service tag installed by a technician certified by the State of Georgia. OCGA Title 25. Fire Marshals Rules and Regulations.

Commercial Kitchen Hood, Duct and Fire Suppression Systems

FYI    I-400    Provide an exhaust hood and grease removal system per NFPA 96; 2011 Ed.

FYI    I-402    Provide a residential style hood, vented to the outside, and fire suppression system for protection of the residential range in this facility. NFPA 96; Chap. 1; Sect. 1.1.4; 2011 Ed.

FYI    I-404    The installing contractor of an exhaust hood and grease removal system shall obtain the required permit from the City of Johns Creek Fire Marshals Office prior to the installation of the system. They shall provide 2 sets of scale drawings and specifications for the hood and duct systems, complying with the requirements of NFPA 96; 2011 Ed.

I-406    The submitted exhaust hood plans appear to comply with code requirements at this time.

FYI    I-408    An automatic fire suppression system shall be provided for this project. NFPA 17A; 2013 Ed.

FYI    I-410    The installing contractor for the automatic fire suppression system shall obtain a permit from the City of Johns Creek Fire Marshals Office prior to any system installation. They shall provide 2 sets of plans, specifications and the attached forms for the system.

I-412    The submitted Fire Suppression plans appear to comply with code requirements at this time.

FYI    I-414    Any commercial kitchen hood, duct, or fire suppression systems shown on these drawings is for reference only. Permitting of these plans does not constitute approval of the commercial kitchen hood, duct or fire suppression system.

FYI    I-416    Provide a annual FM 200 fire suppression system inspection report.
AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER AND STANDPIPE SYSTEMS

I-500    Provide an automatic fire sprinkler system as required by the occupancy chapter for this project. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 9; Sect. 9.7; 2012 Ed.
     
I-502    The submitted fire sprinkler plans appear to comply with all code requirements at this time.
    
I-504    Provide a fire standpipe system as required by the occupancy chapter for this project. IBC; Chap. 9; Sect. 905; 2012 Ed.
    
I-506    Plans and specifications for automatic fire sprinkler and/or standpipe systems, with a copy of the designers certificate of competency and a copy of the flow test from the land development plans for the project, shall be submitted to The City of Johns Creek Fire Marshals Office for review and permitting. Authority Having Jurisdiction.

FYI    I-508    When adding or relocating a total of six (6) or more sprinkler heads plans shall be submitted to the Fire Marshals' Office, by the sprinkler contractor, for review NFPA 13; 2013 Ed.; Modification to Chap. 4; New Sect. 4.7; 2014 Georgia Amendments.

FYI    I-510    Any fire sprinkler or standpipe system shown on these drawings is for reference only. Permitting of these plans does not constitute approval of the sprinkler or standpipe drawings.

FYI    I-512    Provide an annual fire sprinkler test report at the time of final inspection.

FYI    I-514    Provide an annual fire standpipe test report at the time of final inspection

Fire Detection and Signaling Systems

I-600    Provide a fire alarm or smoke detection system as required by the occupancy chapter for this project. NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 9; Sect. 9.6.1; 2012 Ed.; Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 7; Sect. 702; 2010 Ed.

I-602    The submitted fire alarm plans appear to comply with all code requirements at this time.

I-604    The fire alarm and/or smoke detection system shall be designed and installed by a low voltage electrical contractor or a fire alarm and smoke detection system contractor certified by the State of Georgia. Authority Having Jurisdiction.

I-606    Audio and visual signaling devices shall comply with the requirements of the occupancy chapter for this project. Georgia Accessibility Code 120-3-20A; Chap. 7; Sect. 702.1; 2010 Ed.; NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code; 2013 Ed.

FYI    I-608    Provide an annual fire alarm test report at the time of final inspection. NFPA 72; Chap. 10; Sect. 10.3; 2013 Ed.

I-610    Plans and specifications for fire detection and signaling systems shall be submitted to the City of Johns Creek Fire Marshals Office for review and permitting. IFC; Chap. 1; Sect 104.7.2; 2012 Ed.

FYI    I-612    Any fire detection or signaling systems shown on these drawings is for reference only. Permitting of these plans does not constitute approval of the fire detection or signaling system. Authority Having jurisdiction.

FYI    I-614    Note: All monitored fire alarm systems shall be registered with the City of Johns Creek and an approved Knox Box shall be installed. Contact the Fire Marshals Office at 678-512-3363 for details before ordering the Knox Box.

Hazardous Operations and High Piled Combustible Storage

I-700    Provide a commodity affidavit for all occupancies classed as storage. The affidavit shall be on company letterhead and identify all types of commodities to be stored. The method of storage shall be provided, i.e.. Pallets on the floor, shelves, racks and the height of the storage.

I-701    Provide a list of all hazardous materials, including plastics, to be stored , manufactured or used in a manufacturing process, using the supplied Hazardous Material Inventory Statement. DO NOT SUBMIT MSDS SHEETS. Hazardous materials inventory statement forms are available upon request.

I-702    Hazardous operations shall comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 12; Sect. 12.3.2.1 and Chap. 13 ; Sect. 13.3.2.1; 2000 Ed.; and IFC; Chap. 27; 2006 Ed.

I-704    Flammable and combustible liquids protection shall be designed using the applicable NFPA Codes and Standards; IFC; Chap. 34 & 35; 2012 Ed. And OCGA Title 25; Fire Marshal Rules and regulations; Standards 120-3-11, 14, 16, and 17.

I-706    Explosion protection shall be provided per the requirements of IFC; Chap. 9; Sect. 911; Chap. 2012; Sect. 2005.4; Chap. 27, Sect. 2704.6, 2705.2.1.2, 2705.2.2.3; Chap. 34; Sect. 3404.2.5, 3405.3.7.5.2, 3405.3.7.6.2, 3504.1.1, 3904.9.10, 4004.1.3, 4304.1.2, 4404.1.6; 2012 Ed.

I-708    Special hazard occupancy provisions shall be provided per the requirements of the NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 8; Sect. 8.4; 2012 Ed.; IBC 2006 Ed.; IFC 2012 Ed.
    
I-710    Provide a commodity affidavit, on company letterhead, describing the commodities being stored. IFC; Chap. 23; 2012 Ed.; Authority Having Jurisdiction.
    
I-712    Provide a storage racking plan for any storage area where racking is installed and combustible materials are stored over 12 ft. above the finished floor. The storage racking plan shall be reviewed and permitted prior to the installation of the racks. IFC; Chap. 1; Sect. 104.7.2; 2012 Ed.
    
I-714    Provide a floor plan, in a recognized architectural scale, highlighting the designated storage area and all areas labeled for their use, for review and permitting prior to the installation of the racks. Note on the plans if there is an automatic fire sprinkler system. If yes then provide the density of the system. Authority Having Jurisdiction.
    
I-716    Provide elevation views of the racks with storage height dimensions. 4 ft. shall be added to the top shelf to determine the actual storage height. Authority Having Jurisdiction.
    
I-718    Additional exit and/or emergency lighting may be needed to comply with the requirements of NFPA 101 LSC; Chap. 7; Sect. 7.9 and 7.10; 2012 Ed.
    
I-720    Provide information on how the product will be stored. Buckets, cartons, containers, cans, carboys, boxes, drums, barrels. Are the pallets shrink wrapped? Authority Having Jurisdiction.
    
I-722    Provide 1 1/2 in. fire hose connections as required by NFPA 13; 2012 Ed. And IFC; Chap. 23; Sect. 2306.8; 2012 Ed.