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Administrative Rules

The 2012 Seattle Fire Code provides authority for the Fire Code Official to adopt policies, procedures, rules and regulations to clarify the application of the Fire Code.

Such Administrative Rules are reviewed and approved by the Seattle Fire Code Advisory Board following public notice in the Daily Journal of Commerce and filed with the Seattle City Clerk.

View or download copies of Administrative Rules using the links provided below.

 

Administrative Rules

Draft Administrative Rules that contain updates for 2014:

1.  Administrative Rule 09.06.14 DRAFT - Impaired Fire Protection Systems (updates Administrative Rule 09.06.07)

Note: If you would like to comment on any of the DRAFT Administrative Rules, please email your comment to R.Richardson@seattle.gov
 

Administrative Rule 9.01.13 - Certification for Installing, Maintaining and Testing Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems and Equipment

Administrative Rule 9.02.14 - Inspection, Testing and Maintenance Requirements for Fire Protection Systems.

Administrative Rule 9.03.09 - Automatic Sprinkler and Standpipe Systems

Administrative Rule 9.04.07 - Note: This Administrative Rule has been superseded by the 2009 Seattle Fire Code, Appendix J

Administrative Rule 9.06.07 - Out-Of-Service Fire Alarm, Standpipe, Fire Sprinkler and Emergency Alarm Systems

Administrative Rule 9.07.07 - Partial / Phased Occupancy, Occupancy During Construction and Temporary Certificates of Occupancy.

Administrative Rule 9.08.05 - Sprinkler Systems and Fire Alarms for Elevator Machinery Rooms, Hoist Ways and Pits

Administrative Rule 9.09.07 - Visible Alarm Notification Devices

Administrative Rule 26.01.14 - Cutting, Welding and Other Hot Work on Marine Vessels

Administrative Rule 26.02.14 - Designated Marine Hot Work Facilities and Shipyards

Administrative Rule 27.01.14  - Marine Terminals

Administrative Rule 27.02.04 - Storage and Use of Hazardous Materials, Including Flammable and Combustible Liquids, in Freight Containers Outside of Buildings.

Administrative Rule 27.03.05 - Ventilation Systems in Research and Educational Laboratories (Fume Hoods)

Administrative Rule 34.01.04 - Use of Protected Aboveground Tanks For Fuel Storage Inside Buildings

Administrative Rule 34.02.07 - Decommissioning Residential Heating Oil Tanks

Administrative Rule 34.03.04 - Flammable Liquid Storage and Use in Basement Level Laboratories

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Last Modified:   April 07, 2014

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