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Tip: use your browser's on-page search feature (CTRL-F or on a Mac CMD-F) to look for one or two keywords narrowing your interest, such as \"septic\" that will find septic system design codes & guidelines. Or use the InspectApedia page top or bottom SEARCH BOX to find articles including codes on a specific topic.
As of March 28, 2022, code users can access the latest, updated editions of the National Model Codes, including the National Building Code of Canada 2020, the National Fire Code of Canada 2020, the National Plumbing Code of Canada 2020, and the National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2020.
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@Anonymous, As you posted on a building code page we are guessing you're asking where to find codes for building flashing. The answer is, it depends. Roof flashing is discussed in roofing codes; Window or door flashing in building exterior or siding codes, etc.Use the Search Box at the top and bottom of any of our pages to look for your specific type of flashing. If you do not find what you need, please let us know.
@Dean Read,I think we need to add detail here about theatre seating but from just the four words in your brief question we may be missing what's needed for your case.I note that the theater seating manufacturers are themselves good sources of basic standards and terms for theater seating measurements such as theBrown, Jenna, \"10 Seating Terms To Know When Planning An Auditorium\", Irwin Seating Company, 3251 Fruit Ridge NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49544 USA, Tel: 616-574-7400 or Toll Free: 1-866-GO IRWIN (464-7946) retrieved 2021/06/22 original source: -seating-terms-to-know-when-planning-an-auditoriumAmong these terms (regrettably she did not include dimensions, just definitions of terms, probably because they vary by building code jurisdiction) a few critical ones for moving in and out of the theatre or auditorium safely (we've edited the original text for clarity) might incude- Clear passage space: free walking area between the front of the chair to the portion of the back of the chair in front of it that most projects into the walking space.- Row length: total outside dimension of an entire row of seats - maximum possible walking distance from aisle to aisle- Row spacing - between rows - including to meet ADA requirementsand I would add:- Aisle widths and lengths- Location and number of exits- Slope of flooring, aisles, passageways- Stair riser heights (you can find those at InspectApedia)- Handrailing and guardrail heights (you can find those at InspectApedia)- Distances to emergency exits- Lighting and marking for emergency exits (you can find those at InspectApedia)- Fire codes on flammability of chairs, seating, carpets, etc. for public auditoriums and halls (See NFPA 260 & California 117 on the Smoldering Cigarette test and See California 133 on Chair Flame Testing)And of course there is still longer list of chair pitch, chair dimensions such as width etc. even details of the requirements for the security of floor mounting of seating.From all of this my suggestion is to identify your building code jurisdiction so that one might focus on the specific codes that you'd have to meet.
@James,Most likely yes, James but of course it is your LOCAL building code compliance official who has the final, legal, say over permits and construction.Depending on conditions at your home, some inspectors will not require a permit for minor repairs but might want a permit for a total replacement.Give them a call Holly Hill Building and Zoning Department Urban planning department 1065 Ridgewood Ave (386) 248-9442Rickie Lee Chief Building Official 386-248-9443
@Edward maytum, I'll see what I can find and add. It will be helpful if you can State your country and city is codes very by Authority.Female I think you'll find that a deck built to existing deck codes will also be hose for swimming pool decks.
Sorry I don't understand the question; don't know what's meant by a \"raised tile deck\" - perhaps more description of the design can clarify the question. In all events, you probably won't find building code citations in the model codes for your country, state or province that include venting details for decks. THat doesn't mean that proper construction and design are not needed; start by identifying the manufacturer of your raised deck system so that we can see what they specify.
Apologies for this arm-waving but accurate reply Ron but ultimately the final legal authority on code questions is your local building inspector. Her word is law. New Jersey has adopted the 2009 IRC so we can either look in your local township's copy or at the 2009 IRC for deck construction. In the IRC as well as other model codes and adopted building codes deck posts must be mechanically fastened both to the supporting pier below and to the girders or beams above. See details at DECK PIER CONSTRUCTION _Pier_Install.php
Apologies for this arm-waving but accurate reply Ron but ultimately the final legal authority on code questions is your local building inspector. Her word is law.New Jersey has adopted the 2009 IRC so we can either look in your local township's copy or at the 2009 IRC for deck construction.In the IRC as well as other model codes and adopted building codes deck posts must be mechanically fastened both to the supporting pier below and to the girders or beams above.
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From 1979 through September 2015, the Clinical Modification of the 9th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9-CM) was used in the USA to code morbidity data.1 On 1 October 2015, the Clinical Modification of the 10th Revision of ICD (ICD-10-CM),2 developed by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, was implemented in the USA for classification and coding of morbidity data. ICD-10-CM codes provide much more detail about diseases, injuries, and external causes of injuries than ICD-9-CM codes, making this classification system more useful for measuring quality of care, public health surveillance and epidemiological research.3
The International Classification of Diseases (ICD)4 injury matrices are nationally and internationally recognised tools or frameworks for organising and reporting ICD-coded injury data. These tools have multiple versions based on different clinical modifications of the ICD, and can categorise both external cause codes, which describe the mechanism and intent of injury, and diagnosis codes, which describe the body region and type of injury.5 The ICD-9-CM external cause of injury matrix (hereafter referred to as matrix) was used extensively to generate county, state, regional, national and international comparisons of non-fatal injury data. The ICD-10-CM matrix should prove to be similarly useful over the next decade.