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Building Code Act, 1992
Loi de 1992 sur le code du bâtiment

ONTARIO REGULATION 332/12

BUILDING CODE

Historical version for the period September 23, 2014 to December 31, 2014.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 191/14.

This Regulation is made in English only.

DIVISION A
COMPLIANCE, OBJECTIVES AND FUNCTIONAL STATEMENTs

Part 1
Compliance and General

Section

1.1.

Organization and Application

 

1.1.1.

Organization of this Code

 

1.1.2.

Application of Division B

 

1.1.3.

Building Size Determination

 

 

 

Section

1.2.

Compliance

 

1.2.1.

Compliance with Division B

 

1.2.2.

Materials, Appliances, Systems and Equipment

 

 

 

Section

1.3.

Interpretation

 

1.3.1.

Interpretation

 

 

 

Section

1.4.

Terms and Abbreviations

 

1.4.1.

Definitions of Words and Phrases

 

1.4.2.

Symbols and Other Abbreviations

 

 

 

Section

1.5.

Referenced Documents and Organizations

 

1.5.1.

Referenced Documents

 

1.5.2.

Organizations

Section 1.1. Organization and Application

1.1.1. Organization of this Code

1.1.1.1. Scope of Division A

(1) Division A contains compliance and application provisions and the objectives and functional statements of this Code.

1.1.1.2. Scope of Division B

(1) Division B contains the acceptable solutions of this Code.

1.1.1.3. Scope of Division C

(1) Division C contains the administrative provisions of this Code.

1.1.1.4. Internal Cross-references

(1) If a provision of this Code contains a reference to another provision of this Code but no Division is specified, both provisions are in the same Division of this Code.

1.1.2. Application of Division B

1.1.2.1. Application of Parts 1, 7 and 12

(1) Parts 1, 7 and 12 of Division B apply to all buildings.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Article 1.1.2.1. is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 1, 168 (2))

1.1.2.1. Application of Parts 1, 7 and 12

(1) Part 1 of Division B applies to all buildings.

(2) Subject to Article 1.1.2.6., Parts 7 and 12 of Division B apply to all buildings.

1.1.2.2. Application of Parts 3, 4, 5 and 6

(1) Subject to Articles 1.1.2.6. and 1.3.1.2., Parts 3, 5 and 6 of Division B apply to all buildings,

(a) used for major occupancies classified as,

(i) Group A, assembly occupancies,

(ii) Group B, care, care and treatment or detention occupancies, or

(iii) Group F, Division 1, high hazard industrial occupancies, or

(b) exceeding 600 m2 in building area or exceeding three storeys in building height and used for major occupancies classified as,

(i) Group C, residential occupancies,

(ii) Group D, business and personal services occupancies,

(iii) Group E, mercantile occupancies, or

(iv) Group F, Divisions 2 and 3, medium hazard industrial occupancies and low hazard industrial occupancies.

(2) Subject to Articles 1.1.2.6. and 1.3.1.2., Part 4 of Division B applies to,

(a) post-disaster buildings,

(b) buildings described in Sentence (1),

(c) a retaining wall exceeding 1 000 mm in exposed height adjacent to,

(i) public property,

(ii) access to a building, or

(iii) private property to which the public is admitted,

(d) a pedestrian bridge appurtenant to a building,

(e) a crane runway,

(f) an exterior storage tank and its supporting structure that is not regulated by the Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000,

(g) signs regulated by Section 3.15. of Division B that are not structurally supported by a building,

(h) a structure that supports a wind turbine generator having a rated output of more than 3 kW,

(i) an outdoor pool that has a water depth greater than 3.5 m at any point, and

(j) a permanent solid nutrient storage facility with supporting walls exceeding 1 000 mm in exposed height.

(3) Section 3.11. of Division B applies to public pools.

(4) Section 3.12. of Division B applies to public spas.

(5) Section 3.15. of Division B applies to signs.

1.1.2.3. Application of Part 8

(1) Part 8 of Division B applies to the design, construction, operation and maintenance of all sewage systems and to the construction of buildings in the vicinity of sewage systems.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Sentence (1) is amended by adding “Subject to Article 1.1.2.6.” at the beginning. (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 2, 168 (2))

1.1.2.4. Application of Part 9

(1) Subject to Articles 1.1.2.6. and 1.3.1.2., Part 9 of Division B applies to all buildings,

(a) of three or fewer storeys in building height,

(b) having a building area not exceeding 600 m2, and

(c) used for major occupancies classified as,

(i) Group C, residential occupancies,

(ii) Group D, business and personal services occupancies,

(iii) Group E, mercantile occupancies, or

(iv) Group F, Divisions 2 and 3, medium hazard industrial occupancies and low hazard industrial occupancies.

1.1.2.5. Application of Part 10

(1) Part 10 of Division B applies to existing buildings requiring a permit under section 10 of the Act.

1.1.2.6. Application of Part 11

(1) Except as provided in Sentence (2), Part 11 of Division B applies to the design and construction of existing buildings, or parts of existing buildings, that have been in existence for at least five years.

(2) If a building has been in existence for at least five years but includes an addition that has been in existence for less than five years, Part 11 of Division B applies to the entire building.

1.1.2.7. Existing Buildings

(1) Except as provided in Section 3.17. of Division B, Section 9.40. of Division B and Part 11 of Division B, if an existing building is extended or is subject to material alteration or repair, this Code applies only to the design and construction of the extensions and those parts of the building that are subject to the material alteration or repair.

(2) If an existing previously occupied building is moved from its original location to be installed elsewhere, or is dismantled at its original location and moved to be reconstituted elsewhere, this Code applies only to changes to the design and construction of the building required as a result of moving the building.

1.1.3. Building Size Determination

1.1.3.1. Building Size Determination of Building Divided by Firewalls

(1) Where a firewall divides a building, each portion of the building that is divided shall be considered as a separate building, except for the purposes of,

(a) a determination of gross area in Section 1.2. of Division C,

(b) a fire alarm and detection system in Sentence 3.2.4.2.(1) of Division B or Article 9.10.18.1. of Division B, and

(c) a plumbing system interconnected through a firewall.

1.1.3.2. Building Size Determination of Building Divided by Vertical Fire Separations

(1) Except as permitted in Sentence (2), if portions of a building are completely separated by a vertical fire separation that has a fire-resistance rating of at least 1 h and that extends through all storeys and service spaces of the separate portions, each separated portion may be considered to be a separate building for the purpose of determining building height if,

(a) each separated portion is not more than three storeys in building height and is used only for residential occupancies, and

(b) the unobstructed path of travel for a firefighter from the nearest street to one entrance to each separated portion is not more than 45 m.

(2) The vertical fire separation in Sentence (1) may terminate at the floor assembly immediately above a basement if the basement conforms to Article 3.2.1.2. of Division B.

Section 1.2. Compliance

1.2.1. Compliance with Division B

1.2.1.1 Compliance with Division B

(1) Compliance with Division B shall be achieved,

(a) by complying with the applicable acceptable solutions in Division B, or

(b) by using alternative solutions that will achieve the level of performance required by the applicable acceptable solutions in respect of the objectives and functional statements attributed to the applicable acceptable solutions in MMAH Supplementary Standard SA-1, “Objectives and Functional Statements Attributed to the Acceptable Solutions”.

(2) For the purposes of Clause (1)(b), the level of performance in respect of a functional statement refers to the performance of the functional statement as it relates to the objective with which it is associated in MMAH Supplementary Standard SA-1, “Objectives and Functional Statements Attributed to the Acceptable Solutions”.

1.2.2. Materials, Appliances, Systems and Equipment

1.2.2.1. Characteristics of Materials, Appliances, Systems and Equipment

(1) All materials, appliances, systems and equipment installed to meet the requirements of this Code shall possess the necessary characteristics to perform their intended functions when installed in a building.

1.2.2.2. Used Materials, Appliances and Equipment

(1) Unless otherwise specified, recycled materials in building products may be used and used materials, appliances and equipment may be reused when they meet the requirements of this Code for new materials and are satisfactory for their intended use.

Section 1.3. Interpretation

1.3.1. Interpretation

1.3.1.1. Designated Structures

(1) The following structures are designated for the purposes of clause (d) of the definition of building in subsection 1 (1) of the Act:

(a) a retaining wall exceeding 1 000 mm in exposed height adjacent to,

(i) public property,

(ii) access to a building, or

(iii) private property to which the public is admitted,

(b) a pedestrian bridge appurtenant to a building,

(c) a crane runway,

(d) an exterior storage tank and its supporting structure that is not regulated by the Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000,

(e) signs regulated by Section 3.15. of Division B that are not structurally supported by a building,

(f) a solar collector that is mounted on a building and has a face area equal to or greater than 5 m²,

(g) a structure that supports a wind turbine generator having a rated output of more than 3 kW,

(h) a dish antenna that is mounted on a building and has a face area equal to or greater than 5 m²,

(i) an outdoor pool,

(j) an outdoor public spa, and

(k) a permanent solid nutrient storage facility with supporting walls exceeding 1 000 mm in exposed height.

1.3.1.2. Farm Buildings

(1) Except as provided in Sentences (2) to (6), farm buildings shall conform to the requirements in the CCBFC NRCC 38732, “National Farm Building Code of Canada”.

(2) Articles 1.1.1.2. and 3.1.8.1. and Subsections 3.1.4. and 4.1.4. in the CCBFC NRCC 38732, “National Farm Building Code of Canada” do not apply to farm buildings.

(3) In the CCBFC NRCC 38732, “National Farm Building Code of Canada”, references in Articles 1.1.1.3., 2.2.2.1., 2.2.2.2., 2.3.1.1., 2.3.2.1., 3.1.1.1., 3.1.1.2., 3.1.2.1. and 3.1.6.1. to the CCBFC NRCC 38726, “National Building Code of Canada”, are deemed to be references to Ontario Regulation 403/97 (Building Code), as it read on December 30, 2006.

(4) A farm building of low human occupancy having a building area not exceeding 600 m2 and not more than three storeys in building height is deemed to comply with the structural requirements of the CCBFC NRCC 38732, “National Farm Building Code of Canada” if it is designed and constructed in conformance with MMAH Supplementary Standard SB-11, “Construction of Farm Buildings”.

(5) A liquid manure storage tank shall comply with the requirements of Part 4 of Division B of this Code and the requirements of Part 4 of the CCBFC NRCC 38732, “National Farm Building Code of Canada”.

(6) A permanent solid nutrient storage facility shall comply with the requirements of Part 4 of Division B of this Code.

Section 1.4. Terms and Abbreviations

1.4.1. Definitions of Words and Phrases

1.4.1.1. Non-defined Terms

(1) Definitions of words and phrases used in this Code that are not included in the list of definitions in Articles 1.4.1.2., 1.4.1.3. and 1.4.1.4. and are not defined in another provision of this Code shall have the meanings that are commonly assigned to them in the context in which they are used, taking into account the specialized use of terms by the various trades and professions to which the terminology applies.

1.4.1.2. Defined Terms

(1) Each of the words and terms in italics in this Code has,

(a) the same meaning as in subsection 1 (1) of the Act, if not defined in Clause (b) or (c),

(b) the same meaning as in each of the following provisions for the purposes described in the provision:

(i) Sentences 1.4.1.3.(1) and (2) of Division A, and

(ii) Sentences 3.13.1.2.(1), 7.1.3.1.(1), 8.1.1.2.(1) and 11.1.1.2.(1) of Division B, or

(c) the following meaning for the purposes of this Code:

Absorption trench means an excavation in soil, as defined in Part 8 of Division B, or in leaching bed fill, being part of a leaching bed, in which a distribution pipe is laid that allows infiltration of the effluent into the soil, as defined in Part 8 of Division B, or leaching bed fill.

Acceptable solution means a requirement stated in Parts 3 to 12 of Division B.

Accessible means, when applied to a fixture, connection, plumbing appliance, valve, cleanout or equipment, to be accessible with or without having to first remove an access panel, door or similar obstruction, but a fixture, connection, plumbing appliance, valve, cleanout or equipment is not accessible if access can be gained only by cutting or breaking materials.

Access to exit means that part of a means of egress within a floor area that provides access to an exit serving the floor area.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Clause (c) is amended by adding the following definition: (See: O. Reg. 368/13, ss. 1, 43)

Adaptable seating means a fixed seat or seats designed to facilitate a side transfer from a wheelchair.

Additional circuit vent means a vent pipe that is installed between a circuit vent and a relief vent to provide additional air circulation.

Adfreezing means the adhesion of soil to a foundation unit resulting from the freezing of soil water.

Air admittance valve means a one-way valve designed to allow air to enter the drainage system when the pressure in the plumbing system is less than the atmospheric pressure.

Air barrier system means an assembly installed to provide a continuous barrier to the movement of air.

Air break means the unobstructed vertical distance between the lowest point of an indirectly connected waste pipe and the flood level rim of the fixture into which it discharges.

Air-conditioning is the process of treating air in a space to control simultaneously its temperature, humidity, cleanliness, and distribution to meet the comfort requirements of the occupants of the space.

Air gap means the unobstructed vertical distance through air between the lowest point of a water supply outlet and the flood level rim of the fixture or device into which the outlet discharges.

Air-supported structure means a structure consisting of a pliable membrane that achieves and maintains its shape and support by internal air pressure.

Alarm signal means an audible signal transmitted throughout one or more zones of a building or throughout a building to advise occupants that a fire emergency exists.

Alert signal means an audible signal to advise designated persons of a fire emergency.

Allowable bearing pressure means the maximum pressure that may be safely applied to a soil or rock by the foundation unit considered in design under expected loading and subsurface conditions.

Allowable load means the maximum load that may be safely applied to a foundation unit considered in design under expected loading and subsurface conditions.

Alternative solution means a substitute for an acceptable solution.

Appliance means a device to convert fuel into energy and includes all components, controls, wiring and piping required to be part of the device by the applicable standard referred to in this Code.

Architect means the holder of a licence, a certificate of practice or a temporary licence under the Architects Act.

Area affected by a significant drinking water threat means an area described in Clause 1.10.2.3.(2)(b) of Division C.

Artesian groundwater means a confined body of water under pressure in the ground.

As constructed plans means construction plans and specifications that show the building and the location of the building on the property as the building has been constructed.

Assembly occupancy means the occupancy or the use of a building or part of a building by a gathering of persons for civic, political, travel, religious, social, educational, recreational or similar purposes or for the consumption of food or drink.

Attic or roof space means the space between the roof and the ceiling of the top storey or between a dwarf wall and a sloping roof.

Auxiliary water supply means, when applied to premises, any water supply on or available to the premises other than the primary potable water supply for the premises.

Backflow means a flowing back or reversal of the normal direction of the flow.

Backflow preventer means a device or a method that prevents backflow in a water distribution system.

Back-siphonage means backflow caused by a negative pressure in the supply system.

Back-siphonage preventer means a device or a method that prevents back-siphonage in a water distribution system.

Back vent means a pipe that is installed to vent a trap off the horizontal section of a fixture drain or the vertical leg of a water closet or other fixture that has an integral siphonic flushing action and “back vented” has a corresponding meaning.

Backwater valve means a check valve designed for use in a gravity drainage system.

Barrier-free means, when applied to a building and its facilities, that the building and its facilities can be approached, entered and used by persons with physical or sensory disabilities.

Basement means one or more storeys of a building located below the first storey.

Bathroom group means a group of plumbing fixtures installed in the same room, consisting of one domestic-type lavatory, one water closet and either one bathtub, with or without a shower, or one one-headed shower.

Bearing surface means the contact surface between a foundation unit and the soil or rock on which the foundation unit bears.

Boarding, lodging or rooming house means a building,

(a) that has a building height not exceeding three storeys and a building area not exceeding 600 m²,

(b) in which lodging is provided for more than four persons in return for remuneration or for the provision of services or for both, and

(c) in which the lodging rooms do not have both bathrooms and kitchen facilities for the exclusive use of individual occupants.

Boiler means an appliance intended to supply hot water or steam for space heating, processing or power purposes.

Bottle trap means a trap that retains water in a closed chamber and that seals the water by submerging the inlet pipe in the liquids or by a partition submerged in the liquids.

Branch means a soil or waste pipe that is connected at its upstream end to the junction of two or more soil or waste pipes or to a soil or waste stack and that is connected at its downstream end to another branch, a sump, a soil or waste stack or a building drain.

Branch vent means a vent pipe that is connected at its lower end to the junction of two or more vent pipes and that, at its upper end, is connected to another branch vent, a stack vent, a vent stack or a header, or terminates in open air.

Breeching means a flue pipe or chamber for receiving flue gases from one or more flue connections and for discharging these gases through a single flue connection.

Building area means the greatest horizontal area of a building above grade,

(a) within the outside surface of exterior walls, or

(b) within the outside surface of exterior walls and the centre line of firewalls.

Building Code website means the website at www.ontario.ca/buildingcode.

Building control valve means the valve on a water system that controls the flow of potable water from the water service pipe to the water distribution system.

Building drain means the lowest horizontal piping, including any vertical offset, that conducts sewage, clear water waste or storm water by gravity to a building sewer.

Building height means the number of storeys contained between the roof and the floor of the first storey.

Building sewer means a sanitary building sewer or storm building sewer.

Building trap means a trap that is installed in a sanitary building drain or sanitary building sewer to prevent circulation of air between the sanitary drainage system and a public sewer.

Business and personal services occupancy means the occupancy or use of a building or part of a building for the transaction of business or the provision of professional or personal services.

Camp for housing of workers means a camp in which buildings or other structures or premises are used to accommodate five or more employees.

Campground means land or premises used as an overnight camping facility that is not a recreational camp.

Canopy means a roof-like structure projecting more than 300 mm from the exterior face of the building.

Carbon dioxide equivalent means a measure used to compare the impact of various greenhouse gases based on their global warming potential.

Care and treatment occupancy (Group B, Division 2) means an occupancy in which persons receive special care and treatment.

Care occupancy (Group B, Division 3) means an occupancy in which special care is provided by a facility, directly through its staff or indirectly through another provider, to residents of the facility,

(a) who require special care because of cognitive or physical limitations, and

(b) who, as a result of those limitations, would be incapable of evacuating the occupancy, if necessary, without the assistance of another person.

Cavity wall means a construction of masonry units laid with a cavity between the wythes, where the wythes are tied together with metal ties or bonding units and are relied on to act together in resisting lateral loads.

Certificate for the occupancy of a building described in Sentence 1.3.3.4.(3) of Division C means a certificate described in Sentence 3.7.4.3.(6) of Division C.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Clause (c) is amended by adding the following definition: (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 3 (1), 168 (2))

Certificate for the occupancy of a building described in Sentence 1.3.3.5.(1) of Division C means a certificate described in Sentence 3.7.4.3.(7) of Division C.

Certificate for the occupancy of a building not fully completed means a certificate described in Sentence 3.7.4.3.(5) of Division C.

Chamber means a structure that is constructed with an open bottom and that contains a pressurized distribution pipe.

Check valve means a valve that permits flow in only one direction and prevents a return flow.

Chimney means a shaft that is primarily vertical and that encloses at least one flue for conducting flue gases to the outdoors.

Chimney liner means a conduit containing a chimney flue used as a lining of a masonry or concrete chimney.

Circuit vent means a vent pipe that serves a number of fixtures and connects to the fixture drain of the most upstream fixture, and “circuit vented” has a corresponding meaning.

Class 1 fire sprinkler/standpipe system means an assembly of pipes and fittings that conveys water from the water service pipe or fire service main to the sprinkler/standpipe system’s outlets, is directly connected to the public water supply main only, has no pumps or reservoirs and in which the sprinkler drains discharge to the atmosphere, to dry wells or to other safe outlets.

Class 2 fire sprinkler/standpipe system means a Class 1 fire sprinkler/standpipe system that includes a booster pump in its connection to the public water supply main.

Class 3 fire sprinkler/standpipe system means an assembly of pipes and fittings that conveys potable water from the water service pipe or fire service main to the sprinkler/standpipe system’s outlets and that is directly connected to the public water supply main and to one or more of the following storage facilities, which are filled from the public water supply main only: elevated water storage, fire pumps supplying water from aboveground covered reservoirs or pressure tanks.

Class 4 fire sprinkler/standpipe system means an assembly of pipes and fittings that conveys water from the water service pipe or fire service main to the sprinkler/standpipe system’s outlets and is directly connected to the public water supply main (similar to Class 1 and Class 2 fire sprinkler/standpipe systems) and to an auxiliary water supply dedicated to fire department use that is located within 520 m of a pumper connection.

Class 5 fire sprinkler/standpipe system means an assembly of pipes and fittings that conveys water from the water service pipe or fire service main to the sprinkler/standpipe system’s outlets, is directly connected to the public water supply main and is interconnected with an auxiliary water supply.

Class 6 fire sprinkler/standpipe system means an assembly of pipes and fittings that conveys water from the water service pipe or fire service main to the sprinkler/standpipe system’s outlets and acts as a combined industrial water supply and fire protection system that is supplied from the public water supply main only, with or without gravity storage or pump suction tanks.

Cleanout means a fitting access in a drainage system or venting system that is installed to provide access for cleaning and inspection and that is provided with a readily replaceable air tight cover.

Clean water means water that has passed through a recirculation system.

Clear water waste means waste water containing no impurities or contaminants that are harmful to a person’s health, plant or animal life or that impair the quality of the natural environment.

Closed container means a container so sealed by means of a lid or other device that neither liquid nor vapour will escape from it at ordinary temperatures.

Closure means a device or assembly for closing an opening through a fire separation or an exterior wall, such as a door, a shutter, wired glass and glass block, and includes all components such as hardware, closing devices, frames and anchors.

Combustible means that a material fails to meet the acceptance criteria of CAN/ULC-S114, “Test for Determination of Non-Combustibility in Building Materials”.

Combustible construction means a type of construction that does not meet the requirements for noncombustible construction.

Combustible fibres means finely divided combustible vegetable or animal fibres and thin sheets or flakes of such materials which, in a loose, unbaled condition, present a flash fire hazard, and includes cotton, wool, hemp, sisal, jute, kapok, paper and cloth.

Combustible liquid means any liquid having a flash point at or above 37.8°C and below 93.3°C.

Compliance alternative means a substitute for a requirement in another Part of Division B that is listed in Part 10 or 11 of Division B, and “C.A.” has a corresponding meaning.

Compressed gas means,

(a) any contained mixture or material having a vapour pressure exceeding one or both of the following,

(i) 275.8 kPa (absolute) at 21°C, or

(ii) 717 kPa (absolute) at 54°C, or

(b) any liquid having a vapour pressure exceeding 275.8 kPa (absolute) at 37.8°C.

Computer room means a room,

(a) that contains electronic computer or data processing equipment such as main frame type,

(b) that is separated from the remainder of the building for the purpose of controlling the air quality in the room by a self-contained climate control system, and

(c) that has an occupant load of not more than one person for each 40 m² of the room.

Conditioned space means space within a building in which the temperature is controlled to limit variation in response to the exterior ambient temperature or interior differential temperatures by the provision, either directly or indirectly, of heating or cooling over substantial portions of the year.

Construction index means a level on a scale of 1 to 8 determined in accordance with Table 11.2.1.1.A. of Division B designating the expected performance level of the building structure with respect to the type of construction and fire protection of an existing building, and “C.I.” has a corresponding meaning.

Contained use area means a supervised area containing one or more rooms in which occupant movement is restricted to a single room by security measures not under the control of the occupant.

Continuous vent means a vent pipe that is an extension of a vertical section of a branch of fixture drain.

Note: On January 1, 2015, the definition of “continuous vent” is amended by striking out “of fixture drain” at the end and substituting “or fixture drain”. (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 3 (2), 168 (2))

Cooktop means a cooking surface having one or more burners or heating elements.

Critical level means the level of submergence at which a back-siphonage preventer ceases to prevent back-siphonage.

Dangerous goods means those products or substances that are regulated by the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations made under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992 (Canada).

Day camp means a camp or resort that admits persons for a continuous period not exceeding 24 hours.

Day nursery means a day nursery as defined in the Day Nurseries Act.

Dead end means a pipe that terminates with a closed fitting.

Dead load means the weight of all permanent structural and nonstructural components of a building.

Deep foundation means a foundation unit that provides support for a building by transferring loads either by end-bearing to a soil or rock at considerable depth below the building or by adhesion or friction, or both, in the soil or rock in which it is placed. Piles are the most common type of deep foundation.

Design activities means the activities described in subsection 15.11 (5) of the Act.

Design bearing pressure means the pressure applied by a foundation unit to soil or rock, which pressure is not greater than the allowable bearing pressure.

Design capacity means, in the definition of sewage system, the total daily design sanitary sewage flow determined in accordance with Article 8.2.1.3. of Division B.

Designer means the person responsible for the design.

Design load means the load applied to a foundation unit, which load is not greater than the allowable load.

Detention occupancy (Group B, Division 1) means an occupancy in which persons are under restraint or are incapable of self preservation because of security measures not under their control.

Developed length means, when applied to a pipe and fittings, the length along the centre line of the pipe and fittings.

Directly connected means physically connected in such a way that neither water nor gas can escape from the connection.

Distilled beverage alcohol means a beverage that is produced by fermentation and contains more than 20% by volume of water-miscible alcohol.

Distillery means a process plant where distilled beverage alcohols are produced, concentrated or otherwise processed, and includes facilities on the same site where the concentrated products may be blended, mixed, stored or packaged.

Distributing pipe means a pipe or piping in a water distribution system.

Distribution box means a device for ensuring that effluent from a treatment unit is distributed in equal amounts to each line of distribution pipe in a leaching bed.

Distribution pipe means a line or lines of perforated or open jointed pipe or tile installed in a leaching bed for the purpose of distributing effluent from a treatment unit to the soil, as defined in Part 8 of Division B, or leaching bed fill in the leaching bed.

Diving board means a flexible board.

Diving platform means a rigid platform that is not a starting platform.

Drainage system means an assembly of pipes, fittings, fixtures and appurtenances on a property that is used to convey sewage and clear water waste to a main sewer or a private sewage disposal system, and includes a private sewer, but does not include subsoil drainage piping.

Drinking water system has the same meaning as in subsection 2 (1) of the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002.

Drum trap means a trap whose inlet and outlet are in the sides of the cylindrical body of the trap.

Dual vent means a vent pipe that serves two fixtures and connects at the junction of the trap arms.

Dwelling unit means a suite operated as a housekeeping unit, used or intended to be used by one or more persons and usually containing cooking, eating, living, sleeping and sanitary facilities.

Earth pit privy means a latrine consisting of an excavation in the ground surmounted by a superstructure.

Effluent means sanitary sewage that has passed through a treatment unit.

Electric space heating means an electric energy source that provides more than 10 per cent of the heating capacity provided for a building and includes,

(a) electric resistance unitary baseboard heating,

(b) electric resistance unitary cabinet heating,

(c) electric resistance ceiling cable or floor cable heating,

(d) electric resistance central furnace heating,

(e) electric hot water space heating, and

(f) air source heat pumps in combination with electric resistance backup heating.

Excavation means the space created by the removal of soil, rock or fill for the purposes of construction.

Exhaust duct means a duct through which air is conveyed from a room or space to the outdoors.

Exit means that part of a means of egress, including doorways, that leads from the floor area it serves to a separate building, an open public thoroughfare or an exterior open space protected from fire exposure from the building and having access to an open public thoroughfare.

Exit level means the level of an exit stairway in a building at which an exterior exit door or exit passageway leads to the exterior.

Exit storey means a storey having an exterior exit door in a building governed by Subsection 3.2.6. of Division B.

Exposing building face means that part of the exterior wall of a building that faces one direction and is located between ground level and the ceiling of its top storey or, where the building is divided into fire compartments, the exterior wall of a fire compartment that faces one direction.

Exterior cladding means those components of a building that are exposed to the outdoor environment and are intended to provide protection against wind, water or vapour.

Factory-built chimney means a chimney consisting entirely of factory-made parts, each designed to be assembled with the other without requiring fabrication on site.

Farm building means all or part of a building,

(a) that does not contain any area used for residential occupancy,

(b) that is associated with and located on land devoted to the practice of farming, and

(c) that is used essentially for the housing of equipment or livestock or the production, storage or processing of agricultural and horticultural produce or feeds.

Fill means soil, rock, rubble, industrial waste such as slag, organic material or a combination of these that is transported and placed on the natural surface of a soil or rock or organic terrain; it may or may not be compacted.

Fire block means a material, component or system that restricts the spread of fire within a concealed space or from a concealed space to an adjacent space.

Fire compartment means an enclosed space in a building,

(a) that is separated from all other parts of the building by enclosing construction that provides a fire separation, and

(b) that may be required to have a fire-resistance rating.

Fire damper means a closure that consists of a normally held open damper installed in an air distribution system or in a wall or floor assembly and designed to close automatically in the event of a fire in order to maintain the integrity of the fire separation.

Fire detector means a device that detects a fire condition and automatically initiates an electrical signal to actuate an alert signal or alarm signal and includes heat detectors and smoke detectors.

Fire load means, when applied to occupancy, the combustible contents of a room or floor area expressed in terms of the average weight of combustible materials per unit area, from which the potential heat liberation may be calculated based on the calorific value of the materials, and includes the furnishings, finished floor, wall and ceiling finishes, trim and temporary and movable partitions.

Fire-protection rating means the time in minutes or hours that a closure will withstand the passage of flame when exposed to fire under specified conditions of test and performance criteria, or as otherwise prescribed in this Code.

Fire-resistance rating means the time in minutes or hours that a material or assembly of materials will withstand the passage of flame and the transmission of heat when exposed to fire under specified conditions of test and performance criteria, or as determined by extension or interpretation of information derived from that test and performance as prescribed in this Code.

Fire-retardant treated wood means wood or a wood product that has been impregnated with fire-retardant chemicals to reduce its surface-burning characteristics such as flame spread, rate of fuel contribution and the density of smoke developed.

Fire separation means a construction assembly that acts as a barrier against the spread of fire.

Fire service main means a pipe and its appurtenances that are connected to a source of water and that are located on a property,

(a) between the source of water and the base of the riser of a water-based fire protection system,

(b) between the source of water and inlets to foam making systems,

(c) between the source of water and the base elbow of private hydrants or monitor nozzles,

(d) as fire pump suction and discharge piping not within a building, or

(e) beginning at the inlet side of the check valve on a gravity or pressure tank.

Fire stop means a system consisting of a material, component and means of support, used to fill gaps between fire separations or between fire separations and other assemblies, or used around items that wholly or partially penetrate a fire separation.

Fire stop flap means a device,

(a) that is intended for use in horizontal assemblies that are required to have a fire-resistance rating and incorporate protective ceiling membranes, and

(b) that operates to close off a duct opening through the membrane in the event of a fire.

Firewall means a type of fire separation of noncombustible construction that subdivides a building or separates adjoining buildings to resist the spread of fire and that has a fire-resistance rating as prescribed in this Code and the structural stability to remain intact under fire conditions for the required fire-rated time.

First storey means the storey that has its floor closest to grade and its ceiling more than 1.8 m above grade.

Fixture means a receptacle, plumbing appliance, apparatus or other device that discharges sewage or clear water waste, and includes a floor drain.

Fixture drain means the pipe that connects a trap serving a fixture to another part of a drainage system.

Fixture outlet pipe means a pipe that connects the waste opening of a fixture to the trap serving the fixture.

Fixture unit means, when applied to a drainage system, the unit of measure based on the rate of discharge, time of operation and frequency of use of a fixture that expresses the hydraulic load that is imposed by that fixture on the drainage system.

Fixture unit means, when applied to a water distribution system, the unit of measure based on the rate of supply, time of operation and frequency of use of a fixture or outlet that expresses the hydraulic load that is imposed by that fixture or outlet on the supply system.

Flame-spread rating means an index or classification indicating the extent of the spread of flame on the surface of a material or an assembly of materials, as determined in a standard fire test prescribed in this Code.

Flammable liquid means any liquid having a flash point below 37.8°C and having a vapour pressure not more than 275.8 kPa (absolute) at 37.8°C as determined by ASTM D323, “Vapor Pressure of Petroleum Products (Reid Method)”.

Flash point means the minimum temperature at which a liquid within a container gives off vapour in sufficient concentration to form an ignitable mixture with air near the surface of the liquid.

Flood level rim means the top edge at which water can overflow from a fixture or device.

Floor area means the space on any storey of a building between exterior walls and required firewalls, including the space occupied by interior walls and partitions, but not including exits, vertical service spaces and their enclosing assemblies.

Flow control roof drain means a roof drain that restricts the flow of storm water into the storm drainage system.

Flue means an enclosed passageway for conveying flue gases.

Flue collar means the portion of a fuel-fired appliance designed for the attachment of the flue pipe or breeching.

Flue pipe means the pipe connecting the flue collar of an appliance to a chimney.

Food premises means a floor area where food or drink for human consumption, or an ingredient of food or drink for human consumption, is manufactured, processed, prepared, stored, displayed, handled, served, distributed, sold or offered for sale, but does not include,

(a) a private residence,

(b) a boarding house that provides meals for fewer than 10 boarders,

(c) a building to which Regulation 554 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (Camps in Unorganized Territory) or Regulation 568 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (Recreational Camps) made under the Health Protection and Promotion Act applies,

(d) a plant, as defined in the Milk Act, that is required to be operated under the authority of a licence issued under that Act,

(e) premises where a licensed activity, as defined in the Food Safety and Quality Act, 2001, is carried on by a person who is required to hold a licence issued under that Act,

(f) an egg-grading station or an egg-processing station, as defined in subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 171/10 (Eggs and Processed Egg), made under the Food Safety and Quality Act, 2001,

(g) a floor area occupied by a church, service club or fraternal organization for the purpose of,

(i) preparing meals for special events for its members and personally invited guests, or

(ii) conducting bake sales, or

(h) a farm building.

Forced-air furnace means a furnace equipped with a fan that provides the primary means for the circulation of air.

Force main means a sanitary drainage pipe through which sanitary sewage is conveyed by mechanical or pneumatic propulsion.

Foundation means a system or arrangement of foundation units through which the loads from a building are transferred to supporting soil or rock.

Foundation unit means one of the structural members of the foundation of a building, such as a footing, raft and pile.

Fresh air inlet means a vent pipe that is installed in conjunction with a building trap and terminates in open air.

Frost action means the phenomenon that occurs when,

(a) water in soil is subjected to freezing which, because of the water ice phase change or ice lens growth, results in a total volume increase or the build-up of expansive forces under confined conditions or both, and

(b) the subsequent thawing leads to loss of soil strength and increased compressibility.

Functional statement means a function set out in Table 3.2.1.1. that a building or an element of a building is intended to perform.

Furnace means a space-heating appliance that uses warm air as the heating medium and usually provides for the attachment of ducts.

Gaming premises means premises that are a gaming site as defined in the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation Act, 1999.

Gas vent means that portion of a venting system designed to convey vent gases to the outdoors,

(a) from the vent connector of a gas-fired appliance, or

(b) directly from the appliance when a vent connector is not used.

Grade means the average level of proposed or finished ground adjoining a building at all exterior walls.

Graded lumber means lumber that has been graded and stamped to indicate its grade, as determined by the NLGA, “Standard Grading Rules for Canadian Lumber”.

Greywater means sanitary sewage of domestic origin that is derived from fixtures other than sanitary units.

Gross area means the total area of all floors above grade measured between the outside surfaces of exterior walls or between the outside surfaces of exterior walls and the centre line of firewalls, except that, in any occupancy other than a residential occupancy, where an access or a building service penetrates a firewall, measurements shall not be taken to the centre line of such firewall.

Ground water means, when applied to a sewage system, water below the surface of the ground that occupies a zone of the earth’s mantle that is saturated with water.

Ground water table means, when applied to a sewage system, the elevation of the upper surface of the ground water existing in the area of the sewage system.

Groundwater means a free standing body of water in the ground.

Groundwater level means the top surface of groundwater.

Guard means a protective barrier, with or without openings through it, that is around openings in floors or at the open sides of stairs, landings, balconies, mezzanines, galleries, raised walkways or other locations to prevent accidental falls from one level to another.

Hauled sewage means sanitary sewage that,

(a) is not finally disposed of at the site where it is produced and is not conveyed by a sewer to sewage works, and

(b) is stored or retained at the site where it is produced for periodic collection, handling, treatment, transportation, storage or processing prior to final disposal at a place other than where it was produced,

and includes sanitary sewage that is removed from a sewage system for the purpose of cleaning or maintaining the system.

Hauled sewage system means works, installations, equipment, operations and land used in connection with the collection, handling, treatment, transportation, storage, processing and disposal of hauled sewage, as regulated under the Environmental Protection Act.

Hazard index means a level on a scale of 1 to 8 determined in accordance with Tables 11.2.1.1.B. to 11.2.1.1.N. of Division B, designating the life safety hazard to occupants of a building based on,

(a) use and occupancy,

(b) occupant load,

(c) the use and function of floor spaces,

(d) the difficulty of egress,

(e) the fire load of contents, finishes and furnishings,

(f) the configuration or compartmentation of floor spaces, and

(g) the size of the building,

and “H.I.” has a corresponding meaning.

Hazardous classroom means a classroom,

(a) that is supplied with flammable gas,

(b) that contains hazardous substances such as chemicals or explosive dusts,

(c) that contains large quantities of combustible materials, or

(d) where cooking equipment is used.

Hazardous room means a room containing sufficient quantities of a substance that, because of its chemical nature, may create an atmosphere or condition of imminent hazard to health.

Header means a vent pipe that connects two or more vent stacks or stack vents to open air.

Header line means a line of pipe with watertight joints installed in a sewage system for the purpose of distributing effluent from a treatment unit to the distribution pipe in a leaching bed.

Heat detector means a fire detector designed to operate at a predetermined temperature or rate of temperature rise.

Heavy timber construction means that type of combustible construction in which a degree of fire safety is attained,

(a) by placing limitations on the sizes of wood structural members and on the thickness and composition of wood floors and roofs, and

(b) by the avoidance of concealed spaces under floors and roofs.

Heritage building means a building,

(a) that is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, or

(b) that is certified to be of significant architectural or historical value by a recognized, non-profit public organization whose primary object is the preservation of structures of architectural or historical significance and the certification has been accepted by the chief building official.

High ground water table means the highest elevation at which there is physical evidence that the soil, as defined in Part 8 of Division B, or the leaching bed fill has been saturated with water.

High hazard industrial occupancy (Group F, Division 1) means an industrial occupancy containing sufficient quantities of highly combustible and flammable or explosive materials to constitute a special fire hazard because of their inherent characteristics.

Holding tank means a tank designed to totally retain all sanitary sewage discharged into it and requiring periodic emptying.

Home for special care means a home for the care of persons requiring nursing, residential or sheltered care.

Horizontal branch means that part of a waste pipe that is horizontal and installed to convey the discharge from more than one fixture.

Horizontal exit means an exit from one building to another by means of a doorway, vestibule, walkway, bridge or balcony.

Horizontal service space means a space such as an attic, duct, ceiling, roof or crawl space,

(a) that is oriented essentially in a horizontal plane,

(b) that is concealed and generally inaccessible, and

(c) through which building service facilities such as pipes, ducts and wiring may pass.

Hotel means floor areas, a floor area or part of a floor area that contains four or more suites and that provides sleeping accommodation for the travelling public or for recreational purposes.

Hub drain means a drain opening for indirect liquid wastes,

(a) that does not serve as a floor drain,

(b) that has the same pipe size, material and venting requirements as a floor drain,

(c) that has a flood level rim above the floor in which it is installed, and

(d) that receives wastes that are discharged directly into the drain opening.

Impeded egress zone means a supervised area in which occupants have free movement but require the release, by security personnel, of security doors at the boundary before being able to leave the area, but does not include a contained use area.

Indirectly connected means not directly connected.

Indirect service water heater means a service water heater that derives its heat from a heating medium such as warm air, steam or hot water.

Individual vent means a vent pipe that serves one fixture.

Indoor pool means a public pool where the pool and pool deck are totally or partially covered by a roof.

Industrial occupancy means the occupancy or use of a building or part of a building for the assembling, fabricating, manufacturing, processing, repairing or storing of goods or materials.

Interceptor means a receptacle that is designed and installed to prevent oil, grease, sand or other materials from passing into a drainage system.

Interconnected floor space means superimposed floor areas or parts of floor areas in which floor assemblies that are required to be fire separations are penetrated by openings that are not provided with closures.

Lake Simcoe shoreline has the same meaning as in the Lake Simcoe Protection Plan established under the Lake Simcoe Protection Act, 2008 and dated July, 2009.

Note: On January 1, 2016, Clause (c) is amended by adding the following definition: (See: O. Reg. 332/12, Sentences 4.2.1.1.(1), 4.4.1.1.(2))

Lake Simcoe watershed has the same meaning as in section 2 of the Lake Simcoe Protection Act, 2008.

Leaching means dispersal of liquid by downward or lateral drainage or both into permeable soil, as defined in Part 8 of Division B, or leaching bed fill.

Leaching bed means an absorption system constructed as absorption trenches or as a filter bed, located wholly in ground or raised or partly raised above ground, as required by local conditions, to which effluent from a treatment unit is applied for treatment and disposal and that is composed of,

(a) the soil, as defined in Part 8 of Division B, leaching bed fill or other filter media that is contained between the surface on which the sanitary sewage is applied and the bottom of the bed,

(b) the distribution pipe and the stone or gravel layer in which the distribution pipe is located, and

(c) the backfill above the distribution pipe, including the topsoil and sodding or other anti-erosion measure, and the side slopes of any portion elevated above the natural ground elevation.

Leaching bed fill means unconsolidated material suitable for the construction of a leaching bed, placed in the area of the leaching bed in order to obtain the required unsaturated zone below the distribution pipes and the required lateral extent such that the effluent is absorbed.

Leader means a pipe that is installed to carry storm water from a roof to a storm building drain, sewer or other place of disposal.

Limiting distance means the distance from an exposing building face to a property line, to the centre line of a street, lane or public thoroughfare or to an imaginary line between two buildings or fire compartments on the same property, measured at right angles to the exposing building face.

Listed means equipment or materials included in a list published by a certification organization accredited by the Standards Council of Canada.

Liquid manure means manure having a dry matter content of less than 18 per cent or a slump of more than 150 millimetres using the Test Method for the Determination of Liquid Waste (slump test) set out in Schedule 9 to Regulation 347 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (General — Waste Management) made under the Environmental Protection Act.

Live load means a variable load due to the intended use and occupancy that is to be assumed in the design of the structural members of a building and includes loads due to cranes and the pressure of liquids in containers.

Live/work unit means a dwelling unit having an area of not more than 200 m2 that contains a subsidiary business and personal services occupancy or a subsidiary low hazard industrial occupancy, and which is used and operated by one or more persons of a single household.

Loadbearing means, when applied to a building element, subjected to or designed to carry loads in addition to its own dead load, but does not include a wall element subject only to wind or earthquake loads in addition to its own dead load.

Loading rate means the volume in litres of effluent per square metre applied in a single day to soil, as defined in Part 8 of Division B, or leaching bed fill.

Low hazard industrial occupancy (Group F, Division 3) means an industrial occupancy in which the combustible content is not more than 50 kg/m² or 1200 MJ/m² of floor area.

Low human occupancy means, when applied to a farm building, an occupancy in which the occupant load is not more than one person per 40 m² of floor area during normal use.

Major occupancy means the principal occupancy for which a building or part of a building is used or intended to be used, and is deemed to include the subsidiary occupancies that are an integral part of the principal occupancy.  The major occupancy classifications used in this Code are as follows:

(a) Group A, Division 1 - Assembly occupancies intended for the production and viewing of the performing arts,

(b) Group A, Division 2 - Assembly occupancies not elsewhere classified in Group A,

(c) Group A, Division 3 - Assembly occupancies of the arena type,

(d) Group A, Division 4 - Assembly occupancies in which occupants are gathered in the open air,

(e) Group B, Division 1 - Detention occupancies,

(f) Group B, Division 2 - Care and treatment occupancies,

(g) Group B, Division 3 - Care occupancies,

(h) Group C - Residential occupancies,

(i) Group D - Business and personal services occupancies,

(j) Group E - Mercantile occupancies,

(k) Group F, Division 1 - High hazard industrial occupancies,

(l) Group F, Division 2 - Medium hazard industrial occupancies, and

(m) Group F, Division 3 - Low hazard industrial occupancies.

Make-up water means water added to a public pool from an external source.

Marquee means a canopy over an entrance to a building.

Masonry or concrete chimney means a chimney of brick, stone, concrete or masonry units constructed on site.

Means of egress includes exits and access to exits and means a continuous path of travel provided for the escape of persons from any point in a building or in a contained open space to,

(a) a separate building,

(b) an open public thoroughfare, or

(c) an exterior open space that is protected from fire exposure from the building and that has access to an open public thoroughfare.

Medium hazard industrial occupancy (Group F, Division 2) means an industrial occupancy in which the combustible content is more than 50 kg/m² or 1200 MJ/m² of floor area and that is not classified as a high hazard industrial occupancy.

Mercantile occupancy means the occupancy or use of a building or part of a building for the displaying or selling of retail goods, wares or merchandise.

Mezzanine means an intermediate floor assembly between the floor and ceiling of any room or storey and includes an interior balcony.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Clause (c) is amended by adding the following definition: (See: O. Reg. 368/13, ss. 1, 43)

Mobility assistive device means a mobility assistive device as defined in section 2 of Ontario Regulation 191/11 (Integrated Accessibility Standards) made under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.

Modified pool means a public pool that has a basin-shaped floor sloping downward and inward toward the interior from the rim.

Modified stack venting means a stack venting arrangement in which the stack vent above the connection of the highest stack vented fixture is reduced in diameter.

Municipal drinking water system has the same meaning as in subsection 2 (1) of the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002.

Nominally horizontal means at an angle of less than 45° with the horizontal.

Nominally vertical means at an angle of not more than 45° with the vertical.

Noncombustible means that a material meets the acceptance criteria of CAN/ULC-S114, “Test for Determination of Non-Combustibility in Building Materials”.

Noncombustible construction means a type of construction in which a degree of fire safety is attained by the use of noncombustible materials for structural members and other building assemblies.

Objective means an objective set out in Article 2.2.1.1.

Occupancy means the use or intended use of a building or part of a building for the shelter or support of persons, animals or property.

Occupant load means the number of persons for which a building or part of a building is designed.

Offset means the piping that connects the ends of two pipes that are parallel.

Offset relief vent means a relief vent that provides additional air circulation upstream and downstream of an offset in a soil or waste stack.

Open air means the atmosphere outside a building.

Open-air storey means a storey in which at least 25 per cent of the total area of its perimeter walls is open to the outdoors in a manner that will provide cross ventilation to the entire storey.

Outdoor pool means a public pool that is not an indoor pool.

Pail privy means a latrine in which the receptacle for human waste consists of a removable container surmounted by a superstructure.

Partition means an interior wall, one storey or part-storey in height, that is not loadbearing.

Party wall means a wall,

(a) that is jointly owned and jointly used by two parties under an easement agreement or by a right in law, and

(b) that is erected at or upon a line separating two parcels of land each of which is, or is capable of being, a separate real estate entity.

Perched groundwater means a free standing body of water in the ground extending to a limited depth.

Percolation time means the average time in minutes that is required for water to drop one centimetre during a percolation test or as determined by a soil evaluation or analysis.

Performance level means the level of performance under which all or part of an existing building functions with respect to its building systems.

Permanent solid nutrient storage facility has the same meaning as in subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 267/03 (General) made under the Nutrient Management Act, 2002.

Pharmacy means the premises in a building or the part of the premises in which prescriptions are compounded and dispensed for the public or in which drugs are sold by retail.

Pile means a slender deep foundation unit,

(a) that is made of materials such as wood, steel or concrete or a combination of them, and

(b) that is either pre-manufactured and placed by driving, jacking, jetting or screwing, or cast-in-place in a hole formed by driving, excavating or boring.

Plenum means a chamber forming part of an air duct system.

Plumbing appliance means a receptacle or equipment that receives or collects water, liquids or sewage and discharges water, liquid or sewage directly or indirectly to a plumbing system.

Plumbing system means a system of connected piping, fittings, valves, equipment, fixtures and appurtenances contained in plumbing.

Point of entry treatment unit has the same meaning as in subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 170/03 (Drinking Water Systems) made under the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002.

Pool deck means the area immediately surrounding a public pool.

Portable privy means a portable latrine in which the receptacle for human body waste and the superstructure are combined structurally into one unit.

Post-disaster building means a building that is essential to the provision of services in the event of a disaster, and includes,

(a) hospitals, emergency treatment facilities and blood banks,

(b) telephone exchanges,

(c) power generating stations and electrical substations,

(d) control centres for land transportation,

(e) public water treatment and storage facilities,

(f) water and sewage pumping stations,

(g) emergency response facilities,

(h) fire, rescue and police stations,

(i) storage facilities for vehicles or boats used for fire, rescue and police purposes, and

(j) communications facilities, including radio and television stations.

Potable means fit for human consumption.

Potable water system means the plumbing that conveys potable water.

Pressurized distribution system means a leaching bed in which the effluent is distributed through the use of pressurized distribution pipes.

Private sewage disposal system means a sewage system or a sewage works that is not owned and operated by the Crown, a municipality or an organization acceptable to the Director responsible for issuing an environmental compliance approval required under section 53 of the Ontario Water Resources Act.

Private sewer means a sewer other than a building sewer that,

(a) is not owned or operated by a municipality, the Ministry of the Environment or another public agency,

(b) receives drainage from more than one sanitary building drain either directly or through more than one sanitary building sewer or receives drainage from more than one storm building drain either directly or through one or more storm building sewers, and connects to a main sewer, or

(c) serves as a place of disposal on the property,

but does not include,

(d) a sewer that carries only the sanitary waste or storm sewage from two semi-detached dwelling units,

(e) a sewer that carries only the sanitary waste or storm sewage from one main building that is of care, care and treatment, detention, commercial or industrial occupancy and one ancillary building, or

(f) a sewer that carries only the sanitary waste or storm sewage from a row housing complex having five or fewer single family residences.

Private use means, when applied to plumbing fixtures, fixtures in residences and apartments, in private bathrooms of hotels, and in similar installations in other buildings for a single household or an individual.

Private water supply means piping that serves as a source of supply on the property to more than one water service pipe.

Private water supply system means an assembly of pipes, fittings, valves, equipment and appurtenances that supplies water from a private source to a potable water system.

Privy vault means a latrine in which the receptacle for human waste consists of a constructed vault from which the waste is periodically removed.

Process plant means an industrial occupancy where materials, including flammable liquids, combustible liquids or gases, are produced or used in a process.

Professional engineer means a person who holds a licence or a temporary licence under the Professional Engineers Act.

Public corridor means a corridor that provides access to exit from more than one suite.

Public heritage building means a heritage building where the occupancy in whole or in part includes viewing of the building by the public provided that displays in it are limited to those relevant to the heritage significance of the building.

Public pool means a structure, basin, chamber or tank containing or intended to contain an artificial body of water for swimming, water sport, water recreation or entertainment, but does not include,

(a) pools operated in conjunction with less than six dwelling units, suites or single family residences or any combination of them,

(b) pools that are used only for commercial display and demonstration purposes,

(c) wading pools,

(d) hydro-massage pools, or

(e) pools that serve only as receiving basins for persons at the bottom of water slides.

Public spa means a hydro-massage pool that contains an artificial body of water, that is intended primarily for therapeutic or recreational use, that is not drained, cleaned or refilled before use by each individual and that utilizes hydrojet circulation, air induction bubbles, current flow or a combination of them over the majority of the pool area, but does not include,

(a) wading pools, or

(b) spas operated in conjunction with less than six dwelling units, suites or single family residences, or any combination of them, for the use of occupants or residents and their visitors.

Public use means, when applied to plumbing fixtures, fixtures in general washrooms of schools, gymnasiums, hotels, bars, public comfort stations and other installations in which fixtures are installed so that their use is unrestricted.

Public way means a sidewalk, street, highway, square or another open space to which the public has access, as of right or by invitation, expressed or implied.

Rainwater means storm sewage runoff that is collected from a roof or the ground, but not from accessible patios and driveways.

Recirculation system means a system,

(a) that maintains the circulation of water through a public pool by pumps, and

(b) that provides continuous treatment of the water, including filtration and chlorination or bromination and any other process that may be necessary for the treatment of the water.

Recreational camp means a camp for recreational activities consisting of one or more buildings or other structures established or maintained as living quarters, with or without charge, for the temporary occupancy of 10 or more persons for five or more days.

Relief vent means a vent pipe that is used in conjunction with a circuit vent to provide additional air circulation between a drainage system and a venting system.

Repair garage means a building or part of a building where facilities are provided for the repair or servicing of motor vehicles.

Residential full flow-through fire sprinkler/standpipe system means an assembly of pipes and fittings installed in the residential portions of a building containing one or two dwelling units that conveys water from the water service pipe to outlets in the sprinkler and standpipe systems and is fully integrated into the potable water system to ensure a regular flow of water through all parts of the sprinkler and standpipe systems.

Residential occupancy means an occupancy in which sleeping accommodation is provided to residents who are not harboured for the purpose of receiving special care or treatment and are not involuntarily detained.

Residential partial flow-through sprinkler/standpipe system means an assembly of pipes and fittings installed in the residential portions of a building containing one or two dwelling units that conveys water from the water service pipe to outlets in the sprinkler and standpipe systems and in which flow occurs during inactive periods of the sprinkler and standpipe systems only through the main header to the water closet located at the farthest point of the sprinkler and standpipe systems.

Return duct means a duct for conveying air from a space being heated, ventilated or air-conditioned back to the heating, ventilating or air-conditioning appliance.

Riser means a water distributing pipe that extends through at least one full storey, as defined in Part 7 of Division B.

Rock means a portion of the earth’s crust that is consolidated, coherent and relatively hard and that is a naturally formed, solidly bonded, mass of mineral matter that cannot readily be broken by hand.

Roof drain means a fitting or device that is installed in the roof to permit storm sewage to discharge into a leader.

Roof gutter means an exterior channel installed at the base of a sloped roof to convey storm sewage.

Sanitary building drain means a building drain that conducts sewage to a building sewer from the most upstream soil or waste stack, branch or fixture drain serving a water closet.

Sanitary building sewer means a pipe that is connected to a sanitary building drain 1 000 mm  outside a wall of a building and that conducts sewage to a public sewer or private sewage disposal system.

Sanitary drainage pipe means all piping that conveys sanitary sewage to a place of disposal, including the sanitary building drain, sanitary building sewer, soil pipe, soil stack, waste stack and waste pipe but not the main sewer or piping in a sewage treatment plant.

Sanitary drainage system means a drainage system that conducts sanitary sewage.

Sanitary sewage means,

(a) liquid or water borne waste,

(i) of industrial or commercial origin, or

(ii) of domestic origin, including human body waste, toilet or other bathroom waste, and shower, tub, culinary, sink and laundry waste, or

(b) liquid or water borne waste discharged from a public pool to a drain.

Sanitary sewer means a sewer that conducts sewage.

Sanitary unit means a water closet, urinal, bidet or bedpan washer.

Self-service storage building means a building that is used to provide individual storage spaces to the public and that is open to the public only for those purposes.

Septic tank means a watertight vault in which sanitary sewage is collected for the purpose of removing scum, grease and solids from the liquid without the addition of air and in which solids settling and anaerobic digestion of the sanitary sewage takes place.

Service room means a room provided in a building to contain equipment associated with building services.

Service space means space provided in a building to facilitate or conceal the installation of building service facilities such as chutes, ducts, pipes, shafts or wires.

Service water heater means a device for heating water for plumbing services.

Sewage means sanitary sewage or storm sewage.

Sewage system means,

(a) a chemical toilet, an incinerating toilet, a recirculating toilet, a self-contained portable toilet and all forms of privy, including a portable privy, an earth pit privy, a pail privy, a privy vault and a composting toilet system,

(b) a greywater system,

(c) a cesspool,

(d) a leaching bed system, or

(e) a system that requires or uses a holding tank for the retention of hauled sewage at the site where it is produced before its collection by a hauled sewage system,

where these,

(f) have a design capacity of 10,000 litres per day or less,

(g) have, in total, a design capacity of 10,000 litres per day or less, where more than one of these are located on a lot or parcel of land, and

(h) are located wholly within the boundaries of the lot or parcel of land on which is located the building or buildings they serve.

Sewage works means sewage works as defined in subsection 1 (1) of the Ontario Water Resources Act.

Sewer lateral extension means the portion of a storm building sewer or sanitary building sewer that extends from the public sewer up to 1.5 m into the property.

Shallow buried trench means an absorption trench that contains a chamber.

Shallow foundation means a foundation unit that derives its support from soil or rock located close to the lowest part of the building that it supports.

Shelf and rack storage system means a self-contained structural system within a building, having one or more elevated platforms or walkway levels for personnel access that may also support conveyors and other material handling, storage and distribution equipment.

Significant drinking water threat has the same meaning as in subsection 2 (1) of the Clean Water Act, 2006.

Size means the nominal diameter by which a pipe, fitting, trap or other similar item is commercially designated.

Smoke alarm means a combined smoke detector and audible alarm device designed to sound an alarm within the room or suite in which it is located on the detection of smoke within that room or suite.

Smoke detector means a fire detector designed to operate when the concentration of airborne combustion products exceeds a pre-determined level.

Soil means, except for the purposes of Part 8 of Division B, a portion of the earth’s crust that is fragmentary or such that individual particles of a dried sample may be readily separated by agitation in water, and includes boulders, cobbles, gravel, sand, silt, clay and organic matter.

Soil pipe means a sanitary drainage pipe that carries the discharge of a sanitary unit, with or without the discharge from any other fixture.

Soil stack means a vertical soil pipe that passes through one or more storeys and includes any offset that is part of the stack.

Source protection area has the same meaning as in subsection 2 (1) of the Clean Water Act, 2006.

Source protection plan has the same meaning as in subsection 2 (1) of the Clean Water Act, 2006.

Space heater means a space-heating appliance for heating the room or space within which it is located, without the use of ducts.

Space-heating appliance means an appliance,

(a) that is intended to supply heat directly to a room or space, such as a space heater, fireplace and unit heater, or

(b) that is intended to supply heat to rooms or spaces of a building through a heating system, such as a central furnace or boiler.

Sprinklered means equipped with a system of automatic sprinklers.

Stack vent means a vent pipe that connects the top of a soil stack or waste stack to a header or open air and “stack vented” has a corresponding meaning.

Stack venting means, when used with reference to fixtures, an arrangement such that the connections of the drainage piping from the stack vented fixtures to the stack provide venting to the fixture traps so that no additional vent pipe is required.

Stage means a space that is designed primarily for theatrical performances with provision for quick change scenery and overhead lighting, including environmental control for a wide range of lighting and sound effects, and that is traditionally, but not necessarily, separated from the audience by a proscenium wall and curtain opening.

Starting platform means a rigid platform located entirely on a pool deck that consists of a top that, if projected horizontally over the water surface, would be less than 1 000 mm in vertical height above the surface and that is designed to be used by a swimmer to dive from at the start of a swimming race.

Storage garage means a building or part of a building that is intended for the storage or parking of motor vehicles and that contains no provision for the repair or servicing of motor vehicles.

Storage-type service water heater means a service water heater with an integral hot water storage tank.

Storey means, except for the purposes of Part 7 of Division B, the portion of a building,

(a) that is situated between the top of any floor and the top of the floor next above it, or

(b) that is situated between the top of the floor and the ceiling above the floor, if there is no floor above it.

Storm building drain means a building drain that conducts storm water and is connected at its upstream end to a leader, sump or catch basin, and at its downstream end to a building sewer or a designated storm water disposal location.

Storm building sewer means a building sewer that conveys storm sewage to a place of disposal and commences 1 000 mm from the building.

Storm drainage pipe means all the connected piping that conveys storm sewage to a place of disposal and includes the storm building drain, storm building sewer, rain water leader, catch basin and area drain installed to collect water from the property and the piping that drains water from a swimming pool, other than a public pool, or from water cooled air-conditioning equipment, but does not include,

(a) a subsoil drainage pipe, or

(b) a private sewage treatment and disposal facility designed for the treatment or retention of storm sewage prior to discharge to the natural environment.

Storm drainage system means a drainage system that conveys storm sewage.

Storm sewage means water that is discharged from a surface as a result of rainfall, snow melt or snowfall.

Storm sewer means a sewer that conveys storm sewage.

Stove means an appliance intended for cooking or space heating or both.

Street means any highway, road, boulevard, square or other improved thoroughfare that is 9 m or more in width, that has been dedicated or deeded for public use and that is accessible to fire department vehicles and equipment.

Subsoil drainage pipe means a pipe that is installed underground to intercept and convey subsurface water, and includes foundation drain pipes.

Subsurface investigation means the appraisal of the general subsurface conditions at a building site by analysis of information gained by methods such as geological surveys, in situ testing, sampling, visual inspection, laboratory testing of samples of the subsurface materials and groundwater observations and measurements.

Suite means a single room or series of rooms of complementary use, operated under a single tenancy, and includes,

(a) dwelling units,

(b) individual guest rooms in motels, hotels, boarding houses, rooming houses and dormitories, and

(c) individual stores and individual or complementary rooms for business and personal services occupancies.

Supply duct means a duct for conveying air from a heating, ventilating or air-conditioning appliance to a space to be heated, ventilated or air-conditioned.

Surface water means water on the surface of the ground.

Tarion Warranty Corporation means Tarion Warranty Corporation as designated under section 2 of the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act.

Theatre means a place of public assembly intended for the production and viewing of the performing arts or the screening and viewing of motion pictures, and consisting of an auditorium with permanently fixed seats intended solely for a viewing audience.

Trap means a fitting or device that is designed to hold a liquid seal that will prevent the passage of gas but will not materially affect the flow of a liquid.

Trap arm means that portion of a fixture drain between the trap weir and the vent pipe fitting.

Trap dip means the lowest part of the upper interior surface of a trap.

Trap seal depth means the vertical distance between the trap dip and the trap weir.

Trap standard means the trap for a fixture that is integral with the support for the fixture.

Trap weir means the highest part of the lower interior surface of a trap.

Treatment unit means a device that, when designed, installed and operated in accordance with its design specifications, provides a specific degree of sanitary sewage treatment to reduce the contaminant load from that of sanitary sewage to a given effluent quality.

Tribunal means the Licence Appeal Tribunal established under the Licence Appeal Tribunal Act, 1999.

Type A dispersal bed means a leaching bed that receives effluent from a Level IV treatment unit as described in Table 8.6.2.2. of Division B and that is comprised of a stone layer above an unsaturated sand layer as described in Subsection 8.7.7. of Division B.

Type B dispersal bed means a leaching bed comprised of a pressurized distribution system that uniformly distributes effluent from a Level IV treatment unit as described in Table 8.6.2.2. of Division B to the underlying soil, as defined in Part 8 of Division B, through a set of distribution pipes installed in a bed comprised of septic stone.

Unit heater means a suspended space heater with an integral air circulating fan.

Unprotected opening means, when applied to an exposing building face,

(a) a doorway, window or opening, other than one equipped with a closure having the required fire-protection rating, or

(b) any part of a wall forming part of the exposing building face that has a fire-resistance rating less than required for the exposing building face.

Unstable liquid means a liquid, including flammable liquids and combustible liquids, that is chemically reactive to the extent that it will vigorously react or decompose at or near normal temperature and pressure conditions or that is chemically unstable when subjected to impact.

Vacuum breaker means back-siphonage preventer.

Vapour barrier means the elements installed to control the diffusion of water vapour.

Vent connector means, when applied to a heating or cooling system, the part of a venting system that conducts the flue gases or vent gases from the flue collar of a gas appliance to the chimney or gas vent, and may include a draft control device.

Vent pipe means a pipe that is part of a venting system.

Vent stack means a vent pipe that is connected at its upper end to a header or is terminated in open air and that is used to limit pressure differential in a soil or waste stack.

Venting system means an assembly of pipes and fittings that connects a drainage system with open air for circulation of air and the protection of trap seals in the drainage system.

Vertical leg means the vertical portion of a fixture drain and includes the portion of a drain from the outlet of a water closet bowl to the point where the connecting piping changes to horizontal.

Vertical service space means a shaft that is oriented essentially vertically and that is provided in a building to facilitate the installation of building services, including mechanical, electrical and plumbing installations and facilities such as elevators, refuse chutes and linen chutes.

Vulnerable area has the same meaning as in subsection 2 (1) of the Clean Water Act, 2006.

Walkway means a covered or roofed pedestrian thoroughfare used to connect two or more buildings.

Waste pipe means a sanitary drainage pipe that carries the discharge from a fixture directly to a waste stack, soil stack, sanitary building drain, branch or sewage system.

Waste stack means a vertical waste pipe that passes through one or more storeys and includes any offset that is part of the stack that conducts liquid waste from fixtures other than sanitary units.

Water distribution system means an assembly of pipes, fittings, valves and appurtenances that conveys potable water to water supply outlets, fixtures, plumbing appliances and devices from the water service pipe or from a point of entry treatment unit located in the building.

Water purveyor means the owner or operator of a drinking water system.

Water service pipe means a pipe on the property that conveys potable water from a drinking water system or a private water supply to the inside of the building.

Water system means a water service pipe, a private water supply, a water distribution system, a fire service main or any part of any of them.

Wave action pool means a public pool equipped with a means for inducing wave motion in the water.

Wet vent means a waste pipe that also serves as a vent pipe.

Working capacity means the volume of liquid that a treatment unit or holding tank is capable of holding without overflowing while it is in its working position, but does not include the volume of liquid contained in a compartment in which a pump or siphon is installed.

X-ray equipment includes x-ray imaging systems, processing equipment and equipment directly related to the production of images for diagnosis or directly related to irradiation with x-rays for therapy.

X-ray machine means an electrically-powered device producing x-rays,

(a) for the irradiation of a human being or an animal for a therapeutic or diagnostic purpose, or

(b) for industrial use.

Yoke vent means a vent pipe that is connected at its lower end to a soil or waste stack and at its upper end to a vent stack or a branch vent that is connected to a vent stack.

1.4.1.3. Definition of Applicable Law

(1) For the purposes of clause 8 (2) (a) of the Act, applicable law means,

(a) the statutory requirements in the following provisions with respect to the following matters:

(i) section 114 of the City of Toronto Act, 2006 with respect to the approval by the City of Toronto or the Ontario Municipal Board of plans and drawings,

(ii) section 59 of the Clean Water Act, 2006 with respect to the issuance of a notice by the risk management official for the construction of a building,

(iii) section 5 of Regulation 262 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (General), made under the Day Nurseries Act, with respect to the approval of plans for a new building to be erected or an existing building to be used, altered or renovated for use as a day nursery or for alterations or renovations to be made to premises used by a day nursery,

(iv) section 194 of the Education Act with respect to the approval of the Minister for the demolition of a building,

(v) section 6 of Regulation 314 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (General), made under the Elderly Persons Centres Act, with respect to the approval of the Minister for the construction of a building project,

(vi) section 5 of the Environmental Assessment Act with respect to the approval of the Minister or the Environmental Review Tribunal to proceed with an undertaking,

(vii) section 46 of the Environmental Protection Act with respect to the approval of the Minister to use land or land covered by water that has been used for the disposal of waste,

(viii) section 47.3 of the Environmental Protection Act with respect to the issuance of a renewable energy approval,

(ix) section 168.3.1 of the Environmental Protection Act with respect to the construction of a building to be used in connection with a change of use of a property,

(x) paragraph 2 of subsection 168.6 (1) of the Environmental Protection Act if a certificate of property use has been issued in respect of the property under subsection 168.6 (1) of that Act,

(xi) section 14 of the Milk Act with respect to the permit from the Director for the construction or alteration of any building intended for use as a plant,

(xii) section 11.1 of Ontario Regulation 267/03 (General), made under the Nutrient Management Act, 2002, with respect to a proposed building or structure to house farm animals or store nutrients if that Regulation requires the preparation and approval of a nutrient management strategy before construction of the proposed building or structure,

(xiii) subsection 30 (2) of the Ontario Heritage Act with respect to a consent of the council of a municipality to the alteration or demolition of a building where the council of the municipality has given a notice of intent to designate the building under subsection 29 (3) of that Act,

(xiv) section 33 of the Ontario Heritage Act with respect to the consent of the council of a municipality for the alteration of property,

(xv) section 34 of the Ontario Heritage Act with respect to the consent of the council of a municipality for the demolition of a building,

(xvi) section 34.5 of the Ontario Heritage Act with respect to the consent of the Minister to the alteration or demolition of a designated building,

(xvii) subsection 34.7 (2) of the Ontario Heritage Act with respect to a consent of the Minister to the alteration or demolition of a building where the Minister has given a notice of intent to designate the building under section 34.6 of that Act,

(xviii) section 42 of the Ontario Heritage Act with respect to the permit given by the council of a municipality for the erection, alteration or demolition of a building,

(xix) section 14 of the Ontario Planning and Development Act, 1994 with respect to any conflict between a development plan made under that Act and a zoning by-law that affects the proposed building or structure,

(xx) section 41 of the Planning Act with respect to the approval by the council of the municipality or the Ontario Municipal Board of plans and drawings,

(xxi) section 42 of the Planning Act with respect to the payment of money or making arrangements satisfactory to the council of a municipality for the payment of money, where the payment is required under subsection 42 (6) of that Act,

(xxii) section 2 of Ontario Regulation 239/13 (Activities on Public Lands and Shore Lands — Work Permits and Exemptions), made under the Public Lands Act, with respect to the work permit authorizing the construction or placement of a building on public land,

(xxii.1) section 5 of Ontario Regulation 239/13 with respect to the exemption from the requirement to obtain a work permit authorizing the construction or placement of a building within an unpatented mining claim,

(xxiii) section 34 or 38 of the Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act with respect to the permit from the Minister for the placement, erection or alteration of any building or other structure or the use of land,

(b) the following provisions of Acts and regulations:

(i) subsection 102 (3) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006,

(ii) sections 28 and 53 of the Development Charges Act, 1997,

(iii) sections 257.83 and 257.93 of the Education Act,

(iv) subsection 5 (4) of the Environmental Assessment Act,

(v) subsection 133 (4) of the Municipal Act, 2001,

(vi) subsection 24 (3) of the Niagara Escarpment Planning and Development Act,

(vii) subsection 27 (3) of the Ontario Heritage Act,

(viii) section 33 of the Planning Act except where, in the case of the demolition of a residential property, a permit to demolish the property is obtained under that section,

(ix) section 46 of the Planning Act,

(c) regulations made by a conservation authority under clause 28 (1) (c) of the Conservation Authorities Act with respect to permission of the authority for the construction of a building or structure if, in the opinion of the authority, the control of flooding, erosion, dynamic beaches or pollution or the conservation of land may be affected by the development,

(d) by-laws made under section 108 of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, but only with respect to the issuance of a permit for the construction of a green roof if the construction of the roof is prohibited unless a permit is obtained,

(e) by-laws made under section 40.1 of the Ontario Heritage Act,

(f) by-laws made under section 34 or 38 of the Planning Act,

(g) subject to clause (h), by-laws made under Ontario Regulation 608/06 (Development Permits) made under the Planning Act,

(h) by-laws referred to in clause (g) in relation to the development of land, but only with respect to the issuance of a development permit if the development of land is prohibited unless a development permit is obtained,

(i) by-laws made under Ontario Regulation 246/01 (Development Permits) made under the Planning Act which continue in force despite the revocation of that Regulation by reason of section 17 of Ontario Regulation 608/06 (Development Permits) made under that Act,

(j) orders made by the Minister under section 47 of the Planning Act or subsection 17 (1) of the Ontario Planning and Development Act, 1994, and

(k) by-laws made under any private Act that prohibit the proposed construction or demolition of the building unless the by-law is complied with.

(2) For the purposes of clause 10 (2) (a) of the Act, applicable law means any general or special Act, and all regulations and by-laws enacted under them that prohibit the proposed use of the building unless the Act, regulation or by-law is complied with.

1.4.1.4. Other definitions for the purposes of the Act

(1) For the purposes of the Act, architect, as constructed plans and professional engineer have the same meaning as that set out in Clause 1.4.1.2.(1)(c).

1.4.2. Symbols and Other Abbreviations

1.4.2.1. Symbols and Other Abbreviations

(1) In this Code, a symbol or abbreviation listed in Column 1 of Table 1.4.2.1. has the meaning listed opposite it in Column 2.

Table 1.4.2.1.
Symbols and Abbreviations

Forming Part of Sentence 1.4.2.1.(1)

Item

Column 1

Symbol or Abbreviation

Column 2

Meaning

1.

1 in 2

slope of 1 vertical to 2 horizontal

2.

ASWG

American Steel Wire Gage

3.

ABS

acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene

4.

Bq

becquerel(s)

5.

CBOD5

the five day carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand

6.

CO2e

carbon dioxide equivalent

7.

CFU

colony forming units

8

cm

centimetre(s)

9.

cm²

square centimetre(s)

10.

CPVC

chlorinated poly (vinyl chloride)

11.

dB(A)

A-weighted sound level

12.

°

degree(s)

13.

°C

degree(s) Celsius

14.

diam

diameter

15.

DWV

drain, waste and vent

16.

ft

foot (feet)

17.

g

gram(s)

18.

ga

gauge

19.

gal

imperial gallon(s)

20.

gal/min

imperial gallon(s) per minute

21.

h

hour(s)

22.

HVAC

heating, ventilating and air-conditioning

23.

Hz

hertz

24.

in.

inch(es)

25.

J

joule(s)

26.

kg

kilogram(s)

27.

kg/m²

kilograms per square metre

28.

kN

kilonewton(s)

28.

kPa

kilopascal(s)

30.

kW

kilowatt(s)

31.

L

litre(s)

32

L/min

litre(s) per minute

33.

L/s

litre(s) per second

34.

LPF

litres per flush

35.

lx

lux

36.

m

metre(s)

37.

square metre(s)

38

m3

cubic metre(s)

39.

m/s

metre(s) per second

40.

max.

maximum

41.

mg/L

milligram(s) per litre

42.

min

minute(s)

43.

min.

minimum

44.

MJ

megajoule(s)

45.

mm

millimetre(s)

46.

MPa

megapascal(s)

47.

N

newton

48.

N/A

not applicable

49.

ng

nanogram(s)

50.

No.

number(s)

51.

nom.

nominal

52.

o.c.

on centre

53.

OSB

oriented strandboard

54.

Pa

pascal(s)

55.

PB

polybutylene

56.

PE

polyethylene

57.

PE/AL/PE

polyethylene/aluminum/polyethylene

58.

PEX

crosslinked polyethylene

59.

PEX/AL/PEX

crosslinked polyethylene/aluminum/crosslinked polyethylene

60.

PVC

poly (vinyl chloride)

61.

RSI

thermal resistance, International System of Units

62.

s

second(s)

63.

temp.

temperature

64.

T&G

tongue and groove

65.

W

watt(s)

66.

wt

weight

67.

%

percent

68.

µg

microgram(s)

69.

µm

micron

Note: On January 1, 2015, Items 6 to 9 are revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 4, 168 (2))

 

6.

cd

candela(s)

7.

CFU

colony forming units

8.

cm

centimetre(s)

9.

cm²

square centimetre(s)

9.1

CO2e

carbon dioxide equivalent

Section 1.5. Referenced Documents and Organizations

1.5.1. Referenced Documents

1.5.1.1. Application of Referenced Documents

(1) The provisions of a referenced document in Divisions A and B apply only to the extent that the provisions relate to,

(a) buildings, and

(b) the objectives and functional statements attributed to the applicable acceptable solutions in Division B where the document is referenced.

1.5.1.2. Conflicting Requirements

(1) In the case of a conflict between the provisions of this Code and those of a referenced document, the provisions of this Code shall govern.

1.5.1.3. Applicable Editions

(1) Where documents are referenced in this Code, they shall be the editions designated in Subsection 1.3.1. of Division B.

1.5.2. Organizations

1.5.2.1. Abbreviations of Proper Names

(1) The abbreviations of proper names in this Code shall have the meanings assigned to them in Article 1.3.2.1. of Division B.

O. Reg. 332/12, Division A, Part 1; O. Reg. 151/13, ss. 1, 2; O. Reg. 361/13, ss. 1, 2.

Part 2
Objectives

Section

2.1.

Application

 

2.1.1.

Application

 

 

 

Section

2.2.

Objectives

 

2.2.1.

Objectives

Section 2.1. Application

2.1.1. Application

2.1.1.1. Application of Objectives

(1) The objectives set out in Table 2.2.1.1. apply only to the extent that they relate to compliance with this Code as required in Article 1.2.1.1.

Section 2.2. Objectives

2.2.1. Objectives

2.2.1.1. Objectives

(1) The objectives of this Code shall be those set out in Table 2.2.1.1.

Table 2.2.1.1.
Objectives

Forming Part of Sentence 2.2.1.1.(1)

Item

Column 1

Category

Column 2

Number

Column 3

Objective

1.

Safety

OS

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury.

 

Safety — Fire Safety

OS1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to fire.

 

 

OS1.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to fire caused by a fire or explosion.

 

 

OS1.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to fire caused by fire or explosion impacting areas beyond its point of origin.

 

 

OS1.3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to fire caused by the collapse of physical elements due to a fire or explosion.

 

 

OS1.4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to fire caused by fire safety systems failing to function as expected.

 

 

OS1.5

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to fire caused by persons being delayed in or impeded from moving to a safe place during a fire emergency.

 

Safety — Structural Safety

OS2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to structural failure.

 

 

OS2.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to structural failure caused by loads bearing on the building elements that exceed their loadbearing capacity.

 

 

OS2.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to structural failure caused by loads bearing on the building that exceed the loadbearing properties of the supporting medium.

 

 

OS2.3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to structural failure caused by damage to or deterioration of building elements.

 

 

OS2.4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to structural failure caused by vibration or deflection of building elements.

 

 

OS2.5

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to structural failure caused by instability of the building or part of it.

 

 

OS2.6

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to structural failure caused by collapse of the excavation.

 

Safety — Safety in Use

OS3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of the building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to hazards.

 

 

OS3.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to hazards caused by tripping, slipping, falling, contact, drowning or collision.

 

 

OS3.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to hazards caused by contact with hot surfaces or substances.

 

 

OS3.3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to hazards caused by contact with energized equipment.

 

 

OS3.4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to hazards caused by exposure to hazardous substances.

 

 

OS3.5

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to hazards caused by exposure to high levels of sound from fire alarm systems.

 

 

OS3.6

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to hazards caused by persons becoming trapped in confined spaces.

 

 

OS3.7

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to hazards caused by persons being delayed in or impeded from moving to a safe place during an emergency.

 

Safety — Resistance to Unwanted Entry

OS4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to the building’s low level of resistance to unwanted entry.

 

 

OS4.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to the building’s low level of resistance to unwanted entry caused by intruders being able to force their way through locked doors or windows.

 

 

OS4.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of injury due to the building’s low level of resistance to unwanted entry caused by occupants being unable to identify potential intruders as such.

2.

Health

OH

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness.

 

Health — Indoor Conditions

OH1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to indoor conditions.

 

 

OH1.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to indoor conditions caused by inadequate indoor air quality.

 

 

OH1.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to indoor conditions caused by inadequate thermal comfort.

 

 

OH1.3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to indoor conditions caused by contact with moisture.

 

Health — Sanitation

OH2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in or adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to unsanitary conditions.

 

 

OH2.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to unsanitary conditions caused by exposure to human or domestic waste.

 

 

OH2.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to unsanitary conditions caused by consumption of contaminated water.

 

 

OH2.3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to unsanitary conditions caused by inadequate facilities for personal hygiene.

 

 

OH2.4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to unsanitary conditions caused by contact with contaminated surfaces.

 

 

OH2.5

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to unsanitary conditions caused by contact with vermin and insects.

 

 

OH2.6

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person adjacent to the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to unsanitary conditions caused by exposure to human or domestic waste.

 

Health — Noise Protection

OH3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to high levels of sound originating in adjacent spaces in the building.

 

 

OH3.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to high levels of sound originating in adjacent spaces in the building caused by exposure to airborne sound transmitted through assemblies separating dwelling units from adjacent spaces in the building.

 

Health — Vibration and Deflection Limitation

OH4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to high levels of vibration or deflection of building elements.

 

Health — Hazardous Substances Containment

OH5

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, the public will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of illness due to the release of hazardous substances from the building.

 

Health — Privacy

OH6

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be provided with an unacceptable level of privacy.

 

Health — View to the Outdoors

OH7

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person in the building will be unable to experience a view to the outdoors.

3.

Accessibility

OA

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person with a physical or sensory disability will be unacceptably impeded from accessing or using the building or its facilities.

 

Accessibility — Barrier-free Path of Travel

OA1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person with a physical or sensory disability will be unacceptably impeded from accessing the building or circulating within it.

 

Accessibility — Barrier-free Facilities

OA2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a person with a physical or sensory disability will be unacceptably impeded from using the building’s facilities.

4.

Fire, Structural, Water and Sewage Protection of Buildings

OP

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, the building or adjacent buildings will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage due to fire or structural insufficiency, or the building or part of it will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of loss of use also due to structural insufficiency.

 

Fire, Structural, Water and Sewage Protection of Buildings — Fire Protection of the Building

OP1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage due to fire.

 

 

OP1.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage due to fire caused by fire or explosion occurring.

 

 

OP1.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage due to fire caused by fire or explosion impacting areas beyond its point of origin.

 

 

OP1.3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage due to fire caused by collapse of physical elements due to a fire or explosion.

 

 

OP1.4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage due to fire caused by fire safety systems failing to function as expected.

 

Fire, Structural, Water and Sewage Protection of Buildings — Structural Sufficiency of the Building

OP2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building or part of it will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage or loss of use due to structural failure or lack of structural serviceability.

 

 

OP2.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building or part of it will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage or loss of use due to structural failure or lack of structural serviceability caused by loads bearing on the building elements that exceed their loadbearing capacity.

 

 

OP2.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building or part of it will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage or loss of use due to structural failure or lack of structural serviceability caused by loads bearing on the building that exceed the loadbearing properties of the supporting medium.

 

 

OP2.3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building or part of it will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage or loss of use due to structural failure or lack of structural serviceability caused by damage to or deterioration of building elements.

 

 

OP2.4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building or part of it will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage or loss of use due to structural failure or lack of structural serviceability caused by vibration or deflection of building elements.

 

 

OP2.5

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building or part of it will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage or loss of use due to structural failure or lack of structural serviceability caused by instability of the building or part of it.

 

 

OP2.6

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building or part of it will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage or loss of use due to structural failure or lack of structural serviceability caused by instability or movement of the supporting medium.

 

Fire, Structural, Water and Sewage Protection of Buildings — Protection of

OP3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, adjacent buildings will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage due to fire.

 

Adjacent Buildings from Fire

OP3.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, adjacent buildings will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of damage due to fire caused by fire or explosion impacting areas beyond the building of origin.

 

Fire, Structural, Water and Sewage Protection of Buildings — Protection of

OP4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, adjacent buildings will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of structural damage.

 

Adjacent Buildings from Structural Damage

OP4.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, adjacent buildings will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of structural damage caused by settlement of the medium supporting adjacent buildings.

 

 

OP4.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of the building, adjacent buildings will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of structural damage caused by collapse of the building or portion of it onto adjacent buildings.

 

 

OP4.3

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, adjacent buildings will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of structural damage caused by impact of the building on adjacent buildings.

 

 

OP4.4

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, adjacent buildings will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of structural damage caused by collapse of the excavation.

 

Fire, Structural, Water and Sewage Protection of Buildings — Water and Sewage Protection of Buildings and Facilities

OP5

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of its design or construction, a building will be exposed to unacceptable risk of damage due to leakage of service water or sewage.

5.

Resource Conservation

OR

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a resource will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of depletion or the capacity of the infrastructure supporting the use, treatment or disposal of the resource will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of being exceeded.

 

Resource Conservation — Water and Energy Conservation

OR1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a resource will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of depletion.

 

 

OR1.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, water resources will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of depletion due to the consumption of water.

 

 

OR1.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, a resource will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of depletion due to the consumption of energy.

 

Resource Conservation — Infrastructure Capacity

OR2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, the capacity of the infrastructure supporting the use, treatment or disposal of a resource will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of being exceeded.

 

 

OR2.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, the capacity of the infrastructure supporting the use, treatment or disposal of a resource will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of being exceeded due to excessive demand on the infrastructure.

6.

Environmental Integrity

OE

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design, construction or operation of a building, the natural environment will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of degradation.

 

Environmental Integrity — Air Quality

OE1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, the natural environment will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of degradation due to emissions into the air.

 

 

OE1.1

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, the natural environment will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of degradation due to emissions of greenhouse gases into the air.

 

 

OE1.2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design or construction of a building, the natural environment will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of degradation due to the release of contaminants, other than greenhouse gases, into the air.

 

Environmental Integrity — Water and Soil Quality

OE2

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the design, construction or operation of a building, the natural environment will be exposed to an unacceptable risk of degradation due to excessive release of contaminants into water or soil.

7.

Conservation of Buildings

OC

An objective of this Code is to limit the probability that, as a result of the extension, material alteration or repair of an existing building or a change in use of an existing building, the existing building cannot be acceptably conserved.

O. Reg. 332/12, Division A, Part 2.

Part 3
Functional Statements

Section

3.1.

Application

 

3.1.1.

Application of Functional Statements

 

 

 

Section

3.2.

Functional Statements

 

3.2.1.

Functional Statements

Section 3.1. Application

3.1.1. Application of Functional Statements

3.1.1.1. Application of Functional Statements

(1) The functional statements set out in Table 3.2.1.1. apply only to the extent that they relate to compliance with this Code as required in Article 1.2.1.1.

Section 3.2. Functional Statements

3.2.1. Functional Statements

3.2.1.1. Functional Statements

(1) The functional statements of this Code are those set out in Table 3.2.1.1.

Table 3.2.1.1.
Functional Statements

Forming Part of Sentence 3.2.1.1.(1)

Item

Column 1

Number

Column 2

Function

1.

F01

To minimize the risk of accidental ignition.

 

F02

To limit the severity and effects of fire or explosions.

 

F03

To retard the effects of fire on areas beyond its point of origin.

 

F04

To retard failure or collapse due to the effects of fire.

 

F05

To retard the effects of fire on emergency egress facilities.

 

F06

To retard the effects of fire on facilities for notification, suppression and emergency response.

2.

F10

To facilitate the timely movement of persons to a safe place in an emergency.

 

F11

To notify persons, in a timely manner, of the need to take action in an emergency.

 

F12

To facilitate emergency response.

 

F13

To notify emergency responders, in a timely manner, of the need to take action in an emergency.

3.

F20

To support and withstand expected loads and forces.

 

F21

To limit or accommodate dimensional change.

 

F22

To limit movement under expected loads and forces.

 

F23

To maintain equipment in place during structural movement.

4.

F30

To minimize the risk of injury to persons as a result of tripping, slipping, falling, contact, drowning or collision.

 

F31

To minimize the risk of injury to persons as a result of contact with hot surfaces or substances.

 

F32

To minimize the risk of injury to persons as a result of contact with energized equipment.

 

F33

To limit the level of sound of a fire alarm system.

 

F34

To resist or discourage unwanted access or entry.

 

F35

To facilitate the identification of potential intruders.

 

F36

To minimize the risk that persons will be trapped in confined spaces.

5.

F40

To limit the level of contaminants.

 

F41

To minimize the risk of generation of contaminants.

 

F42

To resist the entry of vermin and insects.

 

F43

To minimize the risk of release of hazardous substances.

 

F44

To limit the spread of hazardous substances beyond their point of release.

 

F45

To minimize the risk of the spread of diseases through communal shower facilities.

 

F46

To minimize the risk of contamination of potable water.

6.

F50

To provide air suitable for breathing.

 

F51

To maintain appropriate air and surface temperatures.

 

F52

To maintain appropriate relative humidity.

 

F53

To maintain appropriate indoor/outdoor air pressure differences.

 

F54

To limit drafts.

 

F55

To resist the transfer of air through environmental separators.

 

F56

To limit the transmission of airborne sound into a dwelling unit from spaces elsewhere in the building.

7.

F60

To control the accumulation and pressure of water on and in the ground.

 

F61

To resist the ingress of precipitation, water or moisture from the exterior or from the ground.

 

F62

To facilitate the dissipation of water and moisture from the building.

 

F63

To limit moisture condensation.

8.

F70

To provide potable water.

 

F71

To provide facilities for personal hygiene.

 

F72

To provide facilities for the sanitary disposal of human and domestic wastes.

 

F73

To facilitate access to and circulation in the building and its facilities by persons with physical or sensory disabilities.

 

F74

To facilitate the use of a building’s facilities by persons with physical or sensory disabilities.

9.

F80

To resist deterioration resulting from expected service conditions.

 

F81

To minimize the risk of malfunction, interference, damage, tampering, lack of use or misuse.

 

F82

To minimize the risk of inadequate performance due to improper maintenance or lack of maintenance.

10.

F101

To limit unwanted visual exposure.

 

F102

To provide a view to the outdoors in buildings.

11.

F110

To control the release of contaminants into soil, groundwater, surface water and air.

F111

To minimize the risk of malfunction, damage or failure of a sewage system.

 

F112

To provide adequate treatment of sanitary sewage and effluent.

F113

To minimize the risk of injury as a result of contact with sanitary sewage or partially treated effluent.

12.

F120

To minimize the risk of injury to persons entering or exiting the pool, as a result of unfamiliarity with the pool.

 

F121

To minimize the risk of injury to persons using the pool, as a result of unfamiliarity with the pool.

 

F122

To minimize the risk of contamination of pool water.

 

F123

To facilitate timely response to incapacitated pool users.

 

F124

To minimize the risk of entrapment or injury to a person within the pool, as a result of water, air or vacuum action.

13.

F130

To limit excessive water consumption.

 

F131

To limit excessive energy consumption.

 

F132

To limit excessive demand on the infrastructure.

 

F133

To limit excessive peak demand on the infrastructure.

14.

F140

To facilitate the reuse and material alteration and repair of existing buildings.

15.

F150

To limit excessive emissions of greenhouse gases into the air.

F151

To limit excessive release of contaminants, other than greenhouse gases, into the air.

O. Reg. 332/12, Division A, Part 3.

DIVISION b
acceptable solutions

Part 1
General

Section

1.1.

General

 

1.1.1.

Application

 

1.1.2.

Climatic Data

 

 

 

Section

1.2.

Reserved

 

 

 

Section

1.3.

Referenced Documents and Organizations

 

1.3.1.

Referenced Documents

 

1.3.2.

Abbreviations

Section 1.1. General

1.1.1. Application

1.1.1.1. Application

(1) This Part applies to all buildings covered in this Code.

1.1.2. Climatic Data

1.1.2.1. Climatic and Seismic Design Values

(1) The climatic and seismic values required for the design of buildings under this Code shall be in conformance with the climatic and seismic values provided in MMAH Supplementary Standard SB-1, “Climatic and Seismic Data”.

(2) The outside winter design temperatures determined from MMAH Supplementary Standard SB-1, “Climatic and Seismic Data”, shall be those listed for the January 2.5% values.

1.1.2.2. Depth of Frost Penetration

(1) Depth of frost penetration shall be established on the basis of local experience.

Section 1.2. Reserved

Section 1.3. Referenced Documents and Organizations

1.3.1. Referenced Documents

1.3.1.1. Effective Date

(1) Unless otherwise specified in this Code, the documents referenced in this Code shall include all amendments, revisions and supplements effective to May 1, 2012.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Sentence (1) is amended by striking out “May 1, 2012” at the end and substituting “June 30, 2012”. (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 5, 168 (2))

1.3.1.2. Applicable Editions

(1) Where documents are referenced in this Code, they shall be in the editions designated in Column 2 of Table 1.3.1.2.

Table 1.3.1.2.
Documents Referenced in the Building Code

Forming Part of Sentence 1.3.1.2.(1)

Item

Column 1

Issuing Agency

Column 2

Document Number

Column 3

Title of Document(1)

Column 4

Code Reference

1.

ACGIH

2010, 27th Edition

Industrial Ventilation Manual

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.2.4.(1)

2.

AISI

S201-07

North American Standard for Cold Formed Steel Framing – Product Data

9.24.1.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.

ANSI

A208.1-2009

Particleboard

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.23.14.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

9.29.9.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.30.2.2.(1)

4.

ANSI/ASHRAE

62.1-2010

Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality

6.2.2.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

6.2.3.8.(15)

5.

ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA

90.1-2010

Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

6.

ANSI/CSA

ANSI Z21.22-1999 / CSA 4.4-M99 (including Addenda 1 and 2)

Relief Valves for Hot Water Supply Systems

7.2.10.11.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.

APHA/AWWA/WEF

2005, 21st Edition

Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Waste Water

8.9.2.4.(1)(b)

 

 

 

 

8.

ASHRAE

2009

Fundamentals

5.2.1.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.1.1.(1)

9.

ASHRAE

2011

HVAC Applications

6.2.1.1.(1)

10.

ASHRAE

2012

HVAC Systems and Equipment

6.2.1.1.(1)

11.

ASHRAE

2010

Refrigeration

6.2.1.1.(1)

12.

ASME

A112.19.8-2007

Suction Fittings for Use in Swimming Pools, Wading Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs

3.12.4.1.(9)

 

 

 

 

13.

ASME

B16.3-2006

Malleable Iron Threaded Fittings, Classes 150 and 300

7.2.6.6.(1)

14.

ASME

B16.4-2006

Gray Iron Threaded Fittings, Classes 125 and 250

7.2.6.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

15.

ASME

B16.12-1998

Cast Iron Threaded Drainage Fittings

7.2.6.3.(1)

16.

ASME

B16.15-2006

Cast Bronze Threaded Fittings, Classes 125 and 250

7.2.7.3.(1)

17.

ASME

B16.18-2001

Cast Copper Alloy Solder Joint Pressure Fittings

7.2.7.6.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.2.7.6.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

18.

ASME

B16.22-2001

Wrought Copper and Copper Alloy Solder Joint Pressure Fittings

7.2.7.6.(1)

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

19.

ASME

B16.23-2002

Cast Copper Alloy Solder Joint Drainage Fittings: DWV

7.2.7.5.(1)

20.

ASME

B16.24-2006

Cast Copper Alloy Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings: Classes 150, 300, 600, 900, 1500 and 2500

7.2.7.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

21.

ASME

B16.26-2006

Cast Copper Alloy Fittings for Flared Copper Tubes

7.2.7.7.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.2.7.7.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

22.

ASME

B16.29-2007

Wrought Copper and Wrought Copper Alloy Solder Joint Drainage Fittings - DWV

7.2.7.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

23.

ASME

B18.6.1-1981

Wood Screws (Inch Series)

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.23.3.1.(3)

24.

ASME / CSA

ASME A17.1-2007 / CSA B44-07

Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators

3.5.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

Table 4.1.5.11.

 

 

 

 

7.4.3.6.(1)

25.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.18.1-2012 / CSA B125.1-12

Plumbing Supply Fittings

7.2.10.6.(1)

 

 

 

7.6.5.2.(1)

26.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.18.2-2005 / CAN/CSA-B125.2-05

Plumbing Waste Fittings

7.2.3.3.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.10.6.(2)

27.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.19.1-08 / CAN/CSA-B45.2-08

Enamelled Cast Iron and Enamelled Steel Plumbing Fixtures

7.2.2.2.(3)

 

 

7.2.2.2.(4)

28.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.19.2-08 / CAN/CSA-B45.1-08

Ceramic Plumbing Fixtures

7.2.2.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

29.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.19.3-08 / CAN/CSA-B45.4-08

Stainless Steel Plumbing Fixtures

7.2.2.2.(5)

 

 

 

 

30.

ASPE

2005

Data Books

7.6.3.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

7.7.4.1.(1)

31.

ASSE

ANSI/ASSE 1010-2004

Water Hammer Arresters

7.2.10.15.(1)

32.

ASSE

1051-2009

Individual and Branch Type Air Admittance Valves for Sanitary Drainage Systems

7.2.10.16.(1)

 

 

 

 

33.

ASTM

A53 / A53M-07

Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated Welded and Seamless

7.2.6.7.(4)

 

 

 

 

34.

ASTM

A123 / A123M-08

Zinc (Hot Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and Steel Products

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

Table 9.20.16.1.

35.

ASTM

A153 / A153M-05

Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

Table 9.20.16.1.

36.

ASTM

A252-98

Welded and Seamless Steel Pipe Piles

4.2.3.8.(1)

37.

ASTM

A283 / A283M-03

Low and Intermediate Tensile Strength Carbon Steel Plates

4.2.3.8.(1)

38.

ASTM

A518 / A518M-99

Corrosion-Resistant High-Silicon Iron Castings

7.2.8.1.(1)

39.

ASTM

A653 / A653M-08

Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.3.3.2.(1)

40.

ASTM

A792 / A792M-08

Steel Sheet, 55% Aluminum-Zinc Alloy-Coated by the Hot-Dip Process

9.3.3.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

41.

ASTM

A1008 / A1008M-09

Steel, Sheet, Cold-Rolled, Carbon, Structural, High-Strength Low-Alloy, and High-Strength Low-Alloy with Improved Formability, Solution Hardened, and Bake Hardenable

4.2.3.8.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

42.

ASTM

A1011 / A1011M-09a

Steel, Sheet and Strip, Hot-Rolled, Carbon, Structural, High-Strength Low-Alloy, High-Strength Low-Alloy with Improved Formability, and Ultra-High Strength

4.2.3.8.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

43.

ASTM

B32-08

Solder Metal

7.2.9.2.(2)

44.

ASTM

B42-02e1

Seamless Copper Pipe, Standard Sizes

7.2.7.1.(1)

45.

ASTM

B43-98

Seamless Red Brass Pipe, Standard Sizes

7.2.7.1.(2)

46.

ASTM

B68-02

Seamless Copper Tube, Bright Annealed

7.2.7.4.(3)

47.

ASTM

B88-03

Seamless Copper Water Tube

7.2.7.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

48.

ASTM

B306-02

Copper Drainage Tube (DWV)

7.2.7.4.(1)

49.

ASTM

B813-00e1

Liquid and Paste Fluxes for Soldering of Copper and Copper Alloy and Tube

7.2.9.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

50.

ASTM

B828-02

Making Capillary Joints by Soldering of Copper and Copper Alloy Tube and Fittings

7.3.2.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

51.

ASTM

C4-04e1

Clay Drain Tile and Perforated Clay Drain Tile

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.14.3.1.(1)

52.

ASTM

C27-98

Classification for Fire Clay and High-Alumina Refractory Brick

9.21.3.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

53.

ASTM

C73-05

Calcium Silicate Brick (Sand-Lime Brick)

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

54.

ASTM

C126-99

Ceramic Glazed Structural Clay Facing Tile, Facing Brick, and Solid Masonry Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

55.

ASTM

C212-00

Structural Clay Facing Tile

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

56.

ASTM

C260-06

Air-Entraining Admixtures for Concrete

9.3.1.8.(1)

57.

ASTM

C411-05

Hot-Surface Performance of High-Temperature Thermal Insulation

6.2.3.4.(3)

 

 

 

6.2.9.2.(2)

58.

ASTM

C412M-05a

Concrete Drain Tile (Metric)

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.14.3.1.(1)

59.

ASTM

C444M-03

Perforated Concrete Pipe (Metric)

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.14.3.1.(1)

60.

ASTM

C494 / C494M-08

Chemical Admixtures for Concrete

9.3.1.8.(1)

61.

ASTM

C553-02

Mineral Fiber Blanket Thermal Insulation for Commercial and Industrial Applications

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

62.

ASTM

C612-04

Mineral Fiber Block and Board Thermal Insulation

Table 5.10.1.1.

63.

ASTM

C700-07a

Vitrified Clay Pipe, Extra Strength, Standard Strength and Perforated

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.14.3.1.(1)

64.

ASTM

C834-05

Latex Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.27.4.2.(2)

65.

ASTM

C920-05

Elastomeric Joint Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.27.4.2.(2)

66.

ASTM

C954-07

Steel Drill Screws for the Application of Gypsum Panel Products or Metal Plaster Bases to Steel Studs from 0.033 in. (0.84 mm) to 0.112 in. (2.84 mm) in Thickness

9.24.1.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

67.

ASTM

C991-03

Flexible Fibrous Glass Insulation for Metal Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

68.

ASTM

C1002-07

Steel Self-Piercing Tapping Screws for the Application of Gypsum Panel Products or Metal Plaster Bases to Wood Studs or Steel Studs

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.24.1.4.(1)

 

 

 

9.29.5.7.(1)

69.

ASTM

C1053-00

Borosilicate Glass Pipe and Fittings for Drain, Waste and Vent (DWV) Applications

7.2.8.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

70.

ASTM

C1177 / C1177M-08

Glass Mat Gypsum Substrate for Use as Sheathing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

71.

ASTM

C1178 / C1178M-08

Coated Glass Mat Water-Resistant Gypsum Backing Panel

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.29.5.2.(1)

72.

ASTM

C1184-05

Structural Silicone Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.27.4.2.(2)

73.

ASTM

C1311-02

Solvent Release Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.27.4.2.(2)

74.

ASTM

C1330-02

Cylindrical Sealant Backing for Use with Cold Liquid-Applied Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.27.4.2.(3)

75.

ASTM

C1396 / C1396M-06a

Gypsum Board

3.1.5.12.(4)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.17.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.29.5.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.29.5.3.

76.

ASTM

D323-08

Vapor Pressure of Petroleum Products (Reid Method)

1.4.1.2.(1) of Division A

 

 

 

 

77.

ASTM

D374-99

Thickness of Solid Electrical Insulation

3.15.4.1.(1)

78.

ASTM

D568-77

Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Flexible Plastics in a Vertical Position

3.15.4.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

79.

ASTM

D635-06

Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position

3.15.4.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

80.

ASTM

D2178-04

Asphalt Glass Felt Used in Roofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

81.

ASTM

D2898-08

Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing

3.1.5.5.(4)

 

 

 

3.1.5.25.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.3.7.(4)

82.

ASTM

D3261-03

Butt Heat Fusion Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Fittings for Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Pipe and Tubing

7.2.5.5.(3)

 

 

 

 

83.

ASTM

E90-04

Laboratory Measurement of Airborne Sound Transmission Loss of Building Partitions and Elements

5.9.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

9.11.1.1.(1)

84.

ASTM

E96 / E96M-05

Water Vapour Transmission of Materials

5.5.1.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

9.25.4.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.25.5.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.30.1.2.(1)

85.

ASTM

E336-05

Measurement of Airborne Sound Attenuation Between Rooms in Buildings

5.9.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

9.11.1.1.(1)

86.

ASTM

E413-04

Classification for Rating Sound Insulation

5.9.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.11.1.1.(1)

87.

ASTM

E2190-08

Insulating Glass Unit Performance and Evaluation

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.2.(1)

88.

ASTM

F476-84

Security of Swinging Door Assemblies

9.7.5.2.(2)

89.

ASTM

F628-08

Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) Schedule 40 Plastic Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe With a Cellular Core

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.5.12.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.2.5.12.(2)

90.

ASTM

F714-08

Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Pipe (SDR-PR) Based on Outside Diameter

7.2.5.6.(1)

 

 

 

 

90.1

ASTM

F1667-05

Driven Fasteners: Nails, Spikes and Staples

9.23.3.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.29.5.6.(1)

91.

AWPA

M4-08

Care of Preservative-Treated Wood Products

4.2.3.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

92.

AWS

ANSI/AWS A5.8 / 5.8M-2004

Specification for Filler Metals for Brazing and Braze Welding

7.2.9.2.(4)

 

 

 

93.

AWWA

ANSI/AWWA C104 / A21.4-2008

Cement-Mortar Lining for Ductile-Iron Pipe and Fittings

7.2.6.4.(2)

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

94.

AWWA

ANSI/AWWA C110 / A21.10-2008

Ductile-Iron and Gray-Iron Fittings

7.2.6.4.(3)

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

95.

AWWA

ANSI/AWWA C111 / A21.11-2007

Rubber-Gasket Joints for Ductile-Iron Pressure Pipe and Fittings

7.2.6.4.(4)

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

96.

AWWA

ANSI/AWWA C151 / A21.51-2002

Ductile-Iron Pipe, Centrifugally Cast, for Water

7.2.6.4.(1)

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

97.

BCMOH

Version 2, 21st Sept, 2007

Sewerage System Standard Practice Manual

8.7.8.3.(2)

 

 

 

8.7.8.3.(3)

98.

BNQ

BNQ 3624-115-2007

Polyethylene (PE) Pipe and Fittings - Flexible Pipes for Drainage - Characteristics and Test Methods

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.14.3.1.(1)

99.

BNQ

CAN/BNQ 3680-600-2009

Onsite Residential Wastewater Treatment Technologies

8.6.2.2.(5)

Table 8.6.2.2.

100.

CCBFC

NRCC 38730 1997

Model National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings

6.2.1.1.(1)

101.

CCBFC

NRCC 54435 2011

National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings

6.2.1.1.(1)

102.

CCBFC

NRCC 38726 1995

National Building Code of Canada

1.3.1.2.(3) of Division A

 

 

 

 

103.

CCBFC

NRCC 53301 2010

National Building Code of Canada

2.4.2.1.(2) of Division C

 

 

 

 

104.

CCBFC

NRCC 53302 2010

National Plumbing Code of Canada

2.4.2.1.(2) of Division C

 

 

 

 

105.

CCBFC

NRCC 53303 2010

National Fire Code of Canada

3.3.1.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.3.5.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.2.5.(1)

106.

CCBFC

NRCC 38732 1995

National Farm Building Code of Canada

1.3.1.2.(1) to (5) of Division A

 

 

 

 

107.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-1.501-M89

Method of Permeance of Coated Wallboard

5.5.1.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.25.4.2.(5)

108.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-7.2-94

Adjustable Steel Columns

9.17.3.4.(1)

109.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-10.3-92

Air Setting Refractory Mortar

9.21.3.4.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.21.3.9.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.22.2.2.(2)

110.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-11.3-M87

Hardboard

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.27.9.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.29.7.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.30.2.2.(1)

111.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-11.5-M87

Hardboard, Precoated, Factory Finished, for Exterior Cladding

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.27.9.1.(1)

112.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.1-M90

Tempered or Laminated Safety Glass

3.3.1.19.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.4.6.15.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.4.6.15.(3)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.8.8.7.(1)

113.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.2-M91

Flat, Clear Sheet Glass

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.2.(1)

114.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.3-M91

Flat, Clear Float Glass

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.2.(1)

115.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.4-M91

Heat Absorbing Glass

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.2.(1)

116.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.5-M86

Mirrors, Silvered

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.2.(3)

117.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.8-97

Insulating Glass Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.2.(1)

118.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.10-M76

Glass, Light and Heat Reflecting

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.2.(1)

119.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.11-M90

Wired Safety Glass

3.3.1.19.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.4.6.15.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.4.6.15.(3)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.8.8.7.(1)

120.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.20-M89

Structural Design of Glass for Buildings

4.3.6.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.6.1.3.(1)

121.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-19.22-M89

Mildew Resistant Sealing Compound for Tubs and Tile

9.29.10.5.(1)

122.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-34.9-M94

Asbestos-Cement Sewer Pipe

7.2.5.1.(2)

123.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-34.22-94

Asbestos-Cement Drain Pipe

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

7.2.5.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.14.3.1.(1)

124.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-34.23-94

Asbestos-Cement House Connection Sewer Pipe

7.2.5.1.(2)

125.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.1-M89

Chemical Emulsified Type, Emulsified Asphalt for Dampproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.13.2.2.(1)

126.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.2-M88

Emulsified Asphalt, Mineral Colloid Type, Unfilled, for Dampproofing and Waterproofing and for Roof Coatings

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.13.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.13.3.2.(1)

127.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.3-M89

Application of Emulsified Asphalts for Dampproofing or Waterproofing

5.8.2.3.(1)

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.13.2.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.13.3.3.(1)

128.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.4-M89

Fibrated, Cutback Asphalt, Lap Cement for Asphalt Roofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

129.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.5-M89

Cutback Asphalt Plastic Cement

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

130.

CGSB

37-GP-6Ma-1983

Asphalt, Cutback, Unfilled, for Dampproofing

5.8.2.2.(6)

 

 

 

 

5.8.2.2.(7)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.13.2.2.(1)

131.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.8-M88

Asphalt, Cutback, Filled, for Roof Coating

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

132.

CGSB

37-GP-9Ma-1983

Primer, Asphalt, Unfilled, for Asphalt Roofing, Dampproofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

133.

CGSB

37-GP-12Ma-1984

Application of Unfilled Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing

5.8.2.3.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.13.2.3.(1)

134.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.16-M89

Filled, Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.13.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.13.3.2.(1)

135.

CGSB

37-GP-18Ma-1985

Tar, Cutback, Unfilled, for Dampproofing

5.8.2.2.(6)

 

 

 

 

5.8.2.2.(7)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.13.2.2.(1)

136.

CGSB

37-GP-21M-1985

Tar, Cutback, Fibrated, For Roof Coating

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

137.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.22-M89

Application of Unfilled, Cutback Tar Foundation Coating for Dampproofing

5.8.2.3.(2)

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.13.2.3.(1)

138.

CGSB

37-GP-36M-1976

Application of Filled Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing and Waterproofing

5.8.2.3.(1)

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

139.

CGSB

37-GP-37M-1977

Application of Hot Asphalt for Dampproofing or Waterproofing

5.8.2.3.(1)

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

140.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.50-M89

Hot Applied, Rubberized Asphalt for Roofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

141.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.51-M90

Application for Hot Applied Rubberized Asphalt for Roofing and Waterproofing

5.6.1.2.(1)

 

 

 

5.8.2.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.15.1.(1)

142.

CGSB

37-GP-52M-1984

Roofing and Waterproofing Membrane, Sheet Applied, Elastomeric

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

143.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.54-95

Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing and Waterproofing Membrane

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

144.

CGSB

37-GP-55M-1979

Application of Sheet Applied Flexible Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing Membrane

5.6.1.2.(1)

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.16.1.(1)

145.

CGSB

37-GP-56M-1985

Membrane, Modified, Bituminous, Prefabricated, and Reinforced for Roofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.13.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.13.3.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

146.

CGSB

37-GP-64M-1977

Mat Reinforcing, Fibrous Glass, for Membrane Waterproofing Systems and Built-up Roofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

147.

CGSB

41-GP-6M-1983

Sheets, Thermosetting Polyester Plastics, Glass Fiber Reinforced

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

148.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-41.24-95

Rigid Vinyl Siding, Soffits and Fascia

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.27.12.1.(1)

149.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-51.25-M87

Thermal Insulation, Phenolic, Faced 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.25.2.2.(1)

150.

CGSB

51-GP-27M-1979

Thermal Insulation, Polystyrene, Loose Fill 

9.25.2.2.(1)

151.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-51.32-M77

Sheathing, Membrane, Breather Type

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.20.13.9.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.27.3.2.(1)

152.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-51.33-M89

Vapour Barrier, Sheet, Excluding Polyethylene, for Use in Building Construction

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.25.4.2.(4)

153.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-51.34-M86 (amended 1988)

Vapour Barrier, Polyethylene Sheet for Use in Building Construction

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

9.13.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.13.4.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.18.6.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.25.3.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.25.3.6.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.25.4.2.(3)

154.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-82.6-M86

Doors, Mirrored Glass, Sliding or Folding, Wardrobe

9.6.1.2.(2)

155.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-93.1-M85

Sheet, Aluminum Alloy, Prefinished Residential

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.27.11.1.(4)

156.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-93.2-M91

Prefinished Aluminum Siding, Soffits and Facsia for Residential Use

3.2.3.6.(4)

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.10.14.5.(8)

 

 

 

 

9.10.14.5.(11)

 

 

 

 

9.10.15.5.(7)

 

 

 

 

9.10.15.5.(10)

 

 

 

 

9.27.11.1.(3)

157.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-93.3-M91

Prefinished Galvanized and Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Steel Sheet for Residential Use

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.27.11.1.(2)

158.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-93.4-92

Galvanized Steel and Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Coated Steel Siding, Soffits and Fascia, Prefinished, Residential

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.27.11.1.(1)

159.

CSA

CAN/CSA-6.19-01

Residential Carbon Monoxide Alarming Devices

6.2.12.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.33.4.3.(1)

160.

CSA

A23.1-09

Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction

4.2.3.6.(1)

 

 

 

 

4.2.3.9.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.3.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.3.1.1.(4)

 

 

 

 

9.3.1.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.3.1.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.39.1.4.(1)

161.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A23.3-04

Design of Concrete Structures

Table 4.1.8.9.

 

 

 

 

4.3.3.1.(1)

162.

CSA

A60.1-M1976

Vitrified Clay Pipe

7.2.5.4.(1)

163.

CSA

A60.3-M1976

Vitrified Clay Pipe Joints

7.2.5.4.(2)

164.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A82.1-M87

Burned Clay Brick (Solid Masonry Units Made From Clay or Shale)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

165.

CSA

A82.4-M1978

Structural Clay Load-Bearing Wall Tile

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

166.

CSA

A82.5-M1978

Structural Clay Non-Load-Bearing Tile

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

167.

CSA

CAN3-A82.8-M78

Hollow Clay Brick

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

168.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A82.27-M91

Gypsum Board

3.1.5.12.(4)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.29.5.2.(1)

169.

CSA

A82.30-M1980

Interior Furring, Lathing and Gypsum Plastering

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.29.4.1.(1)

170.

CSA

A82.31-M1980

Gypsum Board Application

3.2.3.6.(4)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.10.12.4.(3)

 

 

 

 

9.29.5.1.(2)

171.

CSA

CAN3-A93-M82

Natural Airflow Ventilators for Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.19.1.2.(5)

172.

CSA

A123.1-05 /A123.5-05

Asphalt Shingles Made from Organic Felt and Surfaced with Mineral Granules / Asphalt Shingles Made from Glass Felt and Surfaced with Mineral Granules

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

173.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A123.2-03

Asphalt Coated Roofing Sheets

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

174.

CSA

A123.3-05

Asphalt Saturated Organic Roofing Felt

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

175.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A123.4-04

Asphalt for Constructing Built-Up Roof Coverings and Waterproofing Systems

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.13.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.13.3.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

176.

CSA

A123.17-05

Asphalt Glass Felt Used in Roofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

177.

CSA

CAN3-A123.51-M85

Asphalt Shingle Application on Roof Slopes 1:3 and Steeper

5.6.1.2.(1)

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.1.2.(1)

178.

CSA

CAN3-A123.52-M85

Asphalt Shingle Application on Roof Slopes 1:6 to Less than 1:3

5.6.1.2.(1)

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.1.2.(1)

179.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A165.1-04

Concrete Block Masonry Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.15.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.17.5.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.6.(1)

180.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A165.2-04

Concrete Brick Masonry Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

181.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A165.3-04

Prefaced Concrete Masonry Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

182.

CSA

CAN3-A165.4-M85

Autoclaved Cellular Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.20.2.1.(1)

183.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A179-04

Mortar and Grout for Unit Masonry

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.15.2.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

9.20.3.1.(1)

184.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A220.0-06

Performance of Concrete Roof Tiles

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

185.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A220.1-06

Installation of Concrete Roof Tiles

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.17.1.(1)

186.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A257 Series-03 

Standards for Concrete Pipe and Manhole Sections

7.2.5.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

187.

CSA

A257.4-03

Precast Reinforced Circular Concrete Manhole Sections, Catch Basins, and Fittings

7.2.5.3.(5)

 

 

 

 

188.

CSA

A277-08

Procedure for Factory Certification of Buildings

9.1.1.9.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.1.1.(2) of Division C

 

 

 

 

3.2.4.1.(3) of Division C

189.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A324-M88

Clay Flue Liners

9.21.3.3.(1)

190.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A371-04

Masonry Construction for Buildings

5.6.1.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.15.2.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

9.20.3.2.(7)

 

 

 

 

9.20.15.2.(1)

191.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A405-M87

Design and Construction of Masonry Chimneys and Fireplaces

9.21.3.5.(1)

 

 

 

9.22.1.4.(7)

 

 

 

 

9.22.5.2.(2)

192.

CSA

AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440-08

NAFS – North American Fenestration Standard/Specification for Windows, Doors, and Skylights

5.10.2.2.(1)

 

 

Table 9.7.3.3.

 

 

 

 

9.7.4.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.7.4.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.7.4.3.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.7.5.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.7.5.3.(1)

193.

CSA

A440.2-09 / A440.3-09

Fenestration Energy Performance / User Guide to CSA A440.2-09, Fenestration Energy Performance

Table 9.7.3.3.

 

 

 

12.3.1.2.(1)

194.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A440.4-07

Window, Door and Skylight Installation

9.7.6.1.(1)

195.

CSA

A440S1-09

Canadian Supplement to AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440, NAFS – North American Fenestration Standard/Specification for Windows, Doors, and Skylights

5.10.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

9.7.4.2.(1)

 

 

 

9.7.4.3.(1)

196.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A660-04

Certification of Manufacturers of Steel Building Systems

4.3.4.3.(1)

197.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A3001-08

Cementitious Materials for Use in Concrete

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.3.1.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.28.2.1.(1)

198.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B45.0-02

General Requirements for Plumbing Fixtures

7.6.4.2.(1)

199.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B45.5-02

Plastic Plumbing Fixtures

7.2.2.2.(6)

200.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B45.9-02

Macerating Systems and Related Components

7.2.2.2.(8)

201.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B45.10-01

Hydromassage Bathtubs

7.2.2.2.(7)

202.

CSA

B52-05

Mechanical Refrigeration Code

6.2.2.4.(4)

203.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.0-07

Definitions, General Requirements, and Test Methods for Vacuum Breakers and Backflow Preventers

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

204.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.1.1-07

Atmospheric Vacuum Breakers (AVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

205.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.1.2-07

Pressure Vacuum Breakers (PVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

206.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.2-07

Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

207.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.2.1-07

Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB) with Manual Draining Feature

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

208.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.2.2-07

Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB) with Automatic Draining Feature

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

209.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.3-07

Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Atmospheric Port (DCAP)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

 

 

7.6.2.5.(4)

210.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.4-07

Reduced Pressure Principle Backflow Preventers (RP)

7.2.10.10.(1)

211.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.4.1-07

Reduced Pressure Principle Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (RPF)

7.6.2.4.(2)

 

 

 

Table 7.6.2.4.

 

 

 

 

7.6.2.4.(4)

212.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.5-07

Double Check Valve Backflow Preventers (DCVA)

7.2.10.10.(1)

213.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.5.1-07

Double Check Valve Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (DCVAF)

7.6.2.4.(2)

 

 

 

Table 7.6.2.4.

214.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.6-07

Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers (DuC)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.6.2.6.(3)

 

 

 

 

7.7.1.1.(3)

215.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.6.1-07

Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (DuCF)

7.6.4.2.(2)

 

 

 

Table 7.6.2.4.

216.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.7-07

Laboratory Faucet Vacuum Breakers (LFVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

217.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.8-07

Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Intermediate Vent (DuCV)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

218.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B64.9-07

Single Check Valve Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (SCVAF)

7.6.2.4.(2)

 

 

 

Table 7.6.2.4.

219.

CSA

B64.10-07

Selection and Installation of Backflow Preventers

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.6.2.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 7.6.2.4.

 

 

 

 

7.6.2.6.(1)

220.

CSA

B66-10

Design, Material, and Manufacturing Requirements for Prefabricated Septic Tanks and Sewage Holding Tanks

8.2.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

8.2.2.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

8.2.2.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

8.2.2.3.(7)

 

 

 

 

8.2.2.3.(11)

221.

CSA

B70-06

Cast Iron Soil Pipe, Fittings and Means of Joining

7.2.6.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.4.6.4.(2)

222.

CSA

B111-1974

Wire Nails, Spikes and Staples

9.23.3.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.29.5.6.(1)

223.

CSA

CSA B125.3-12

Plumbing Fittings

7.2.10.6.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.2.10.10.(2)

 

 

 

 

7.6.5.2.(2)

224.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B127.1-99

Asbestos Cement Drain, Waste and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings

7.2.5.1.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.6.2.(1)

225.

CSA

B127.2-M1977

Components for Use in Asbestos Cement Building Sewer Systems

7.2.5.1.(2)

 

 

 

7.2.6.2.(1)

226.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B128.1-06

Design and Installation of Non-Potable Water Systems

7.7.2.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

7.7.4.1.(1)

227.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.1-05

Polyethylene (PE) Pipe, Tubing and Fittings for Cold Water Pressure Services

7.2.5.5.(1)

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

228.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.2-05

Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Injection-Moulded Gasketed Fittings for Pressure Applications

7.2.5.8.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

229.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.3-05

Rigid Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe for Pressure Applications

7.2.5.8.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

230.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.5-05

Crosslinked Polyethylene (PEX) Tubing Systems for Pressure Applications

7.2.5.7.(1)

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

231.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.6-05

Chlorinated Polyvinylchloride (CPVC) Pipe, Tubing and Fittings for Hot and Cold Water Distribution Systems

7.2.5.9.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.5.9.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

232.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.9-05

Polyethylene/Aluminium/Polyethylene (PE-AL-PE) Composite Pressure-Pipe Systems

7.2.5.13.(1)

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

233.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.10-05

Crosslinked Polyethylene/Aluminum Crosslinked Polyethylene (PEX-AL-PEX) Composite Pressure-Pipe Systems

7.2.5.13.(4)

 

 

 

7.2.5.14.(1)

 

 

 

Table 7.2.11.2.

234.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.11-05

Polypropylene (PP-R) Pipe and Fittings for Pressure Applications

7.2.5.15.(1)

 

 

 

 

235.

CSA

B158.1-1976

Cast Brass Solder Joint Drainage, Waste and Vent Fittings

7.2.7.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.2.10.1.(1)

236.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B181.1-06

Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.5.11.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.2.5.12.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.2.5.12.(2)

 

 

 

 

7.2.10.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

7.4.6.4.(2)

237.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B181.2-06

Polyvinylchloride (PVC) and Chlorinated Polyvinylchloride (CPVC) Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.5.11.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.5.12.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.2.5.12.(2)

 

 

 

 

7.2.10.1.(3)

 

 

 

 

7.4.6.4.(2)

238.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B181.3-06

Polyolefin and Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Laboratory Drainage Systems

7.2.8.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

239.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B182.1-06

Plastic Drain and Sewer Pipe and Pipe Fittings

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.2.5.12.(2)

 

 

 

 

7.4.6.4.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.14.3.1.(1)

240.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B182.2-06

PSM Type Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Sewer Pipe and Fittings

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

 

 

7.2.5.12.(2)

241.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B182.4-06

Profile Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Sewer Pipe and Fittings

7.2.5.10.(1)

242.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B182.6-06

Profile Polyethylene (PE) Sewer Pipe and Fittings for Leak-Proof Sewer Applications

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

 

 

 

243.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B214-07

Installation Code for Hydronic Heating Systems

6.2.1.4.(6)

244.

CSA

B242-05

Groove and Shoulder-Type Mechanical Pipe Couplings

7.2.10.4.(1)

245.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B272-93

Prefabricated Self-Sealing Roof Vent Flashings

7.2.10.14.(2)

246.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B355-00

Lifts for Persons with Physical Disabilities

3.8.3.5.(1)

247.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B356-00

Water Pressure Reducing Valves for Domestic Water Supply Systems

7.2.10.12.(1)

 

 

 

 

248.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B365-01

Installation Code for Solid-Fuel Burning Appliances and Equipment

6.2.1.4.(1)

 

 

 

6.2.1.4.(5)

 

 

 

 

9.21.1.3.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.22.10.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.33.1.2.(1)

249.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B366.1-11

Solid Fuel-Fired Central Heating Appliances

6.2.1.4.(2)

249.1

CSA

B415.1-00

Performance Testing of Solid-Fuel-Burning Heating Appliances

6.2.1.4.(7)

 

 

 

 

9.33.1.2.(2)

250.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B481.1-07

Testing and Rating of Grease Interceptors Using Lard

7.2.3.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

8.1.3.1.(8)

251.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B481.2-07

Testing and Rating of Grease Interceptors Using Oil

7.2.3.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

8.1.3.1.(8)

252.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B481.4-07

Maintenance of Grease Interceptors

8.9.3.3.(1)

253.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B483.1-07

Drinking Water Treatment Systems

7.2.10.17.(1)

254.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B602-05

Mechanical Couplings for Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Sewer Pipe

7.2.5.3.(2)

 

 

 

7.2.10.4.(2)

255.

CSA

C22.2 No. 0.3-01

Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables

3.1.4.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.4.3.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.1.5.18.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.5.18.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.1.5.21.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.5.21.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.6.4.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.34.1.5.(1)

256.

CSA

C22.2 No.113-M1984

Fans and Ventilators

9.32.3.9.(6)

257.

CSA

C22.2 No. 141-10

Emergency Lighting Equipment

3.2.7.4.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.4.5.1.(3)

 

 

 

 

9.9.11.3(3)

 

 

 

 

9.9.12.3.(7)

258.

CSA

C22.2 No. 211.0-03

General Requirements and Methods of Testing for Nonmetallic Conduit

3.1.5.20.(1)

 

 

 

 

259.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 262-04

Optical Fiber Cable and Communication Cable Raceway Systems

3.1.5.20.(1)

 

 

 

260.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C22.3 No. 1-2010

Overhead Systems

3.1.19.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

261.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C88-M90

Power Transformers and Reactors

3.6.2.7.(10)

262.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C260-M90

Rating for the Performance of Residential Mechanical Ventilating Equipment

9.32.3.9.(1)

 

 

 

9.32.3.9.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.32.3.9.

263.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C282-05

Emergency Electrical Power Supply for Buildings

3.2.7.5.(1)

264.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C439-00

Rating the Performance of Heat/Energy-Recovery Ventilators

6.2.1.6.(2)

 

 

 

9.32.3.11.(2)

265.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C448.1-02

Design and Installation of Earth Energy Systems for Commercial and Institutional Buildings

6.2.1.4.(4)

 

 

 

 

266.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C448.2-02

Design and Installation of Earth Energy Systems for Residential and Other Small Buildings

6.2.1.4.(3)

 

 

 

 

267.

CSA

CAN/CSA-F280-M90

Determining the Required Capacity of Residential Space Heating and Cooling Appliances

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

9.33.2.2.(3)

268.

CSA

CAN/CSA-F326-M91

Residential Mechanical Ventilation Systems

6.2.1.1.(1)

269.

CSA

CAN/CSA-F379.1-09

Packaged Solar Domestic Hot Water Systems (Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Transfer)

7.2.10.13.(1)

 

 

 

7.6.2.5.(3)

 

 

 

 

7.6.2.5.(4)

270.

CSA

F383-08

Installation of Packaged Solar Domestic Hot Water Systems

7.6.1.13.(1)

 

 

 

 

271.

CSA

CAN/CSA-G30.18-M92

Billet Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement

9.3.1.1.(4)

 

 

 

 

9.39.1.3.(1)

272.

CSA

G40.21-04

General Requirements for Rolled or Welded Structural Quality Steel

4.2.3.8.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.23.4.3.(2)

273.

CSA

CAN/CSA-G164-M92

Hot Dip Galvanising of Irregularly Shaped Articles

4.4.4.1.(4)

274.

CSA

CAN/CSA-G401-07

Corrugated Steel Pipe Products

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

7.2.6.8.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.14.3.1.(1)

275.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O80 Series-08

Wood Preservation

3.1.4.5.(1)

 

 

 

4.2.3.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

4.2.3.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

276.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O80.1-08

Specification of Treated Wood

9.3.2.9.(6)

277.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O80.2-08

Processing and Treatment

4.2.3.2.(1)

278.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O80.3-08

Preservative Formulations

4.2.3.2.(1)

279.

CSA

O80.15-97

Preservative Treatment of Wood for Building Foundation Systems, Basements and Crawl Spaces by Pressure Processes

4.2.3.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

280.

CSA

O86-09

Engineering Design in Wood

Table 4.1.8.9.

 

 

 

 

4.3.1.1.(1)

281.

CSA

O115-M1982

Hardwood and Decorative Plywood

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.27.8.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.30.2.2.(1)

282.

CSA

O118.1-08

Western Red Cedar Shakes and Shingles

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.27.7.1.(1)

283.

CSA

O118.2-08

Eastern White Cedar Shingles

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.27.7.1.(1)

284.

CSA

O121-08

Douglas Fir Plywood

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.23.14.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.23.15.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.27.8.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.30.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table A-13

 

 

 

 

Table A-14

 

 

 

 

Table A-15

285.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O122-06

Structural Glued-Laminated Timber

Table A-11

 

 

 

 

Table A-16

286.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O132.2 Series-90

Wood Flush Doors

9.7.4.3.(4)

 

 

 

 

287.

CSA

O141-05

Softwood Lumber

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.3.2.6.(1)

288.

CSA

O151-09

Canadian Softwood Plywood

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.23.14.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.23.15.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.27.8.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.30.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table A-13

 

 

 

 

Table A-14

 

 

 

 

Table A-15

289.

CSA

O153-M1980

Poplar Plywood

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.23.14.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.23.15.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.27.8.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.30.2.2.(1)

290.

CSA

O177-06

Qualification Code for Manufacturers of Structural Glued-Laminated Timber

4.3.1.2.(1)

 

 

 

Table A-11

 

 

 

 

Table A-16

291.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O325.0-07

Construction Sheathing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.23.14.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.23.14.4.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.14.5.B.

 

 

 

 

9.23.15.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.23.15.3.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.15.7.B.

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.B.

 

 

 

 

9.29.9.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.29.9.2.(5)

 

 

 

 

Table A-13

 

 

 

 

Table A-14

 

 

 

 

Table A-15

292.

CSA

O437.0-93

OSB and Waferboard

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.23.14.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.23.14.4.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.23.15.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.23.15.3.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.27.10.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.29.9.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.30.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table A-13

 

 

 

 

Table A-14

 

 

 

 

Table A-15

293.

CSA

S16-09

Design of Steel Structures

Table 4.1.8.9.

 

 

 

 

4.3.4.1.(1)

294.

CSA

CAN/CSA-S136-07

North American Specifications for the Design of Cold Formed Steel Structural Members (using the Appendix B provisions applicable to Canada)

Table 4.1.8.9.

 

 

 

4.3.4.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

295.

CSA

CAN/CSA-S157-05 / S157.1-05

Strength Design in Aluminum / Commentary  on CSA S157-05, Strength Design in Aluminum

4.3.5.1.(1)

 

 

 

296.

CSA

S304.1-04

Design of Masonry Structures

Table 4.1.8.9.

 

 

 

 

4.3.2.1.(1)

297.

CSA

S307-M1980

Load Test Procedure for Wood Roof Trusses for Houses and Small Buildings

9.23.13.11.(5)

 

 

 

 

298.

CSA

S367-09

Air-, Cable-, and Frame-Membrane Supported Structures

4.4.1.1.(1)

299.

CSA

CAN/CSA-S406-92

Construction of Preserved Wood Foundations

9.13.2.8.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.15.2.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.16.5.1.(1)

300.

CSA

S413-07

Parking Structures

4.4.2.1.(1)

301.

CSA

S478-95

Guideline on Durability in Buildings

5.1.4.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

302.

CSA

Z32-04

Electrical Safety and Essential Electrical Systems in Health Care Facilities

3.2.7.3.(4)

 

 

 

3.2.7.6.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.7.5.1.(1)

303.

CSA

CAN/CSA-Z91-02

Health and Safety Code for Suspended Equipment Operations

4.4.4.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

303.1

CSA

Z240 MH Series-09

Manufactured Homes

3.1.1.1.(2) of Division C

 

 

 

 

3.2.4.1.(3) of Division C

304.

CSA

Z240.2.1-09

Structural Requirements for Manufactured Homes

9.1.1.9.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.12.2.2.(6)

 

 

 

 

9.15.1.3.(1)

305.

CSA

Z240.10.1-08

Site Preparation, Foundation and Anchorage of Manufactured Homes

9.15.1.3.(1)

 

 

 

9.23.6.3.(1)

306.

CSA

CAN/CSA-Z241 Series-03

Park Model Trailers

9.38.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.38.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.1.1.(2) of Division C

 

 

 

 

3.2.4.1.(3) of Division C

307.

CSA

CAN/CSA-Z317.2-01

Special Requirements for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems in Health Care Facilities

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

308.

CSA

Z662-07

Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems

3.2.3.21.(1)

309.

CSA

CAN/CSA-Z7396.1-06

Medical Gas Piping Systems - Part 1: Pipelines for Medical Gases and Vacuum

3.7.5.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

310.

CWC

2009

Engineering Guide for Wood Frame Construction

9.4.1.1.(1)

311.

DBR

Technical Paper No. 194, May 1965

Fire Endurance of Protected Steel Columns and Beams

Table 11.5.1.1.A.

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.B.

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

312.

DBR

Technical Paper No. 207, October 1965

Fire Endurance of Unit Masonry Walls

Table 11.5.1.1.A.

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.B.

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

313.

DBR

Technical Paper No. 222, June 1966

Fire Endurance of Light-Framed and Miscellaneous Assemblies

Table 11.5.1.1.A.

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.B.

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

314.

EPA

EPA/625/R-92/016

Radon Prevention in the Design and Construction of Schools and Other Large Buildings

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

315.

FINA

2009

Rules and Regulations - FINA Facilities Rules 2009-2013 - FR5 Diving Facilities

3.11.4.1.(17)

316.

HI

2005

Hydronics Institute Manuals

6.2.1.1.(1)

317.

HRAI

2005

Digest

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.3.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.4.3.(13)

318.

HUD

Rehabilitation Guidelines 2000

Guideline on Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials and Assemblies

Table 11.5.1.1.A.

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.B.

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

319.

HVI

HVI 915-2009

Procedure for Loudness Rating of Residential Fan Products

9.32.3.9.(2)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.32.3.9.

320.

HVI

HVI 916-2009

Airflow Test Procedure

9.32.3.9.(1)

321.

ISO

3864-1: 2002

Graphical Symbols – Safety Colours and Safety Signs – Part 1: Design Principles for Safety Signs in Workplaces and Public Areas

3.4.5.1.(2)

 

 

 

9.9.11.3.(2)

 

 

 

 

322.

ISO

7010: 2003

Graphical Symbols - Safety Colours and Safety Signs - Safety Signs Used in Workplaces and Public Areas

3.4.5.1.(2)

 

 

 

9.9.11.3.(2)

323.

ISO

8201: 1987(E)

Acoustics - Audible Emergency Evacuation Signal

3.2.4.20.(2)

324.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SA-1, November 24, 2013

Objectives and Functional Statements Attributed to the Acceptable Solutions

1.2.1.1.(1) of Division A

 

 

 

 

 

1.2.1.1.(2) of Division A

 

 

 

 

325.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-1, September 14, 2012

Climatic and Seismic Data

1.1.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

1.1.2.1.(2)

 

 

 

3.2.6.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.3.1.7.(1)

 

 

 

 

5.2.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

5.2.1.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.1.7.(1)

 

 

 

 

7.4.10.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.4.1.1.(3)

 

 

 

 

9.4.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.25.5.2.

 

 

 

 

Table 9.32.3.10.A.

 

 

 

 

9.33.3.2.(1)

326.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-2, September 14, 2012

Fire Performance Ratings

3.1.5.23.(1)

 

 

 

3.1.7.1.(2)

 

 

 

3.1.8.14.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.1.9.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.9.5.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.1.12.1.(3)

 

 

 

 

3.2.3.12.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.3.13.(4)

 

 

 

 

3.13.2.1.(8)

 

 

 

 

3.13.3.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.13.3.6.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.13.4.2.(7)

 

 

 

 

9.10.3.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.10.3.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.10.5.1.(4)

 

 

 

 

9.10.9.9.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.10.13.14.(1)

327.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-3, September 14, 2012

Fire and Sound Resistance of Building Assemblies

9.10.3.1.(1)

 

 

 

9.10.5.1.(4)

 

 

 

9.11.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.11.2.1.(2)

328.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-4, September 14, 2012

Measures for Fire Safety in High Buildings

3.2.6.2.(1)

 

 

 

3.2.6.2.(6)

 

 

 

3.2.6.5.(3)

 

 

 

 

3.2.6.9.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.6.10.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.2.6.14.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

329.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-5, September 1, 2013

Approved Sewage Treatment Units

8.6.2.2.(5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

330.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-6, September 14, 2012

Percolation Times and Soil Descriptions

8.2.1.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

331.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-7, September 14, 2012

Guards for Housing and Small Buildings

9.8.8.2.(5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

332.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-8, September 14, 2012

Design, Construction and Installation of Anchorage Systems for Fixed Access Ladders

3.6.1.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

333.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-9, September 14, 2012

Requirements for Soil Gas Control

9.13.4.1.(1)

 

 

 

9.13.4.2.(2) to (4)

 

 

 

 

334.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-10, September 14, 2012

Energy Efficiency Requirements

Table 9.7.3.3.

 

 

 

12.2.1.1.(2)

 

 

 

12.2.1.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

12.2.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

12.2.3.1.(1)

335.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-11, September 14, 2012

Construction of Farm Buildings

1.3.1.2.(4) of Division A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

336.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-12, September 1, 2013

Energy Efficiency for Housing

Table 9.7.3.3.

 

 

 

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

 

 

 

12.2.1.1.(3)

 

 

 

 

12.2.1.2.(3)

337.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-13, September 14, 2012

Glass in Guards

3.1.20.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

338.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SC-1, September 14, 2012

Code of Conduct for Registered Code Agencies

3.7.4.1.(2) of Division C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

339.

MOE

PIBS 6879 2008

Design Guidelines for Sewage Works

7.1.5.5.(2)

340.

MOE

PIBS 6881e 2008

Design Guidelines for Drinking-Water Systems

7.1.5.5.(1)

341.

NFPA

2011 Publication

National Fire Codes

6.2.1.1.(1)

342.

NFPA

13-2007

Installation of Sprinkler Systems

3.1.9.1.(4)

 

 

 

 

3.2.4.9.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.2.4.17.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.5.13.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.8.4.(7)

 

 

 

 

3.3.2.12.(3)

 

 

 

 

3.15.1.1.(3)

 

 

 

 

3.15.1.1.(4)

 

 

 

 

3.15.1.5.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.15.1.6.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.15.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.15.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.15.3.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.10.9.6.(11)

343.

NFPA

13D-2007

Installation of Sprinkler Systems in One- and Two-Family Dwellings and Manufactured Homes

3.2.5.13.(3)

 

 

 

 

344.

NFPA

13R-2007

Installation of Sprinkler Systems in Residential Occupancies up to and including Four Stories in Height

3.2.5.13.(2)

 

 

 

 

345.

NFPA

14-2007

Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems

3.2.9.2.(1)

346.

NFPA

20-2007

Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection

3.2.4.10.(4)

 

 

 

 

3.2.5.19.(1)

347.

NFPA

24-2010

Installation of Fire Service Mains and Their Appurtenances

7.2.11.1.(1)

348.

NFPA

68-2007

Explosion Protection by Deflagration Venting

3.3.6.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.3.6.4.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.3.6.4.(4)

349.

NFPA

80-2007

Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives

3.1.8.5.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.1.8.10.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.1.8.14.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.9.1.(5)

 

 

 

 

3.13.3.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.10.9.6.(13)

 

 

 

 

9.10.13.1.(1)

350.

NFPA

82-2009

Incinerators, Waste and Linen Handling Systems and Equipment

6.2.6.1.(1)

 

 

 

9.10.10.5.(2)

351.

NFPA

91-2004

Exhaust Systems for Air Conveying of Vapors, Gases, Mists and Noncombustible Particulate Solids

6.2.13.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

352.

NFPA

96-2008

Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations

3.2.4.9.(2)

 

 

 

6.2.2.6.(1)

353.

NFPA

130-2010

Fixed Guideway Transit and Passenger Rail Systems

3.12.7.1.(1)

354.

NFPA

211-2006

Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents and Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances

6.3.1.2.(2)

 

 

 

6.3.1.3.(1)

355.

NFPA

214-2005

Water-Cooling Towers

6.2.3.14.(3)

356.

NFPA

701-2010

Fire Tests for Flame Propagation of Textiles and Films

3.14.1.6.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.14.2.5.(1)

357.

NLGA

2007

Standard Grading Rules for Canadian Lumber

1.4.1.2.(1) of Division A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.3.2.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.3.2.1.

 

 

 

 

Tables A-1 to A-10

 

 

 

 

358.

NRCan

January 2005, including all amendments, revisions and supplements effective to May 31, 2006

EnerGuide for New Houses: Administrative and Technical Procedures

12.2.1.1.(3)

 

 

12.2.1.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

359.

NSF

NSF/ANSI 46-2010

Evaluation of Components and Devices Used in Wastewater Treatment Systems

8.6.2.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

360.

NSF

NSF/ANSI 61-2010

Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects

7.2.10.7.(1)

361.

SMACNA

ANSI/SMACNA 006-2006, 3rd Edition 2005

HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.2.4.2.(3)

 

 

 

 

6.2.4.3.(11)

 

 

 

 

6.2.4.3.(12)

362.

TPIC

2007

Truss Design Procedures and Specifications for Light Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses

9.23.13.11.(6)

 

 

 

 

363.

UL

UL 300-2005

Fire Extinguishing Systems for Protection of Restaurant Cooking Areas

6.2.2.6.(2)

 

 

 

 

364.

UL

UL 2034-2008

Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms

6.2.12.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.33.4.3.(1)

365.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S101-07

Fire Endurance Tests of Building Construction and Materials

3.1.5.12.(3)

 

 

 

3.1.5.12.(4)

 

 

 

 

3.1.5.12.(6)

 

 

 

 

3.1.7.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.11.7.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.3.8.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.6.5.(6)

 

 

 

 

9.10.16.3.(1)

366.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S102-07

Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials and Assemblies

3.1.5.25.(1)

 

 

 

3.1.12.1.(1)

367.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S102.2-07

Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Flooring, Floor Coverings, and Miscellaneous Materials and Assemblies

3.1.12.1.(2)

 

 

 

3.1.13.4.(1)

368.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S102.3-07

Fire Test of Light Diffusers and Lenses

3.1.13.4.(1)

369.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S102.4-07

Fire and Smoke Characteristics of Electrical Wiring and Cables

3.1.5.18.(1)

 

 

 

3.1.5.20.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.6.4.3.(1)

370.

ULC

CAN4-S104-M80

Fire Tests of Door Assemblies

3.1.8.4.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.6.5.(6)

371.

ULC

CAN4-S105-M85

Fire Door Frames Meeting the Performance Required by CAN4-S104

9.10.13.6.(1)

 

 

 

 

372.

ULC

CAN4-S106-M80

Fire Tests of Window and Glass Block Assemblies

3.1.8.4.(1)

373.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S107-03

Fire Tests of Roof Coverings

3.1.15.1.(1)

374.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S109-03

Flame Tests of Flame-Resistant Fabrics and Films

3.1.16.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.14.1.6.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.14.2.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.3.16.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.3.17.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.4.9.(1)

375.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S110-07

Test for Air Ducts

6.2.3.2.(2)

 

 

 

 

6.2.3.2.(4)

376.

ULC

ULC-S111-07

Fire Tests for Air Filter Units

6.2.3.13.(1)

 

 

 

 

6.2.4.14.(1)

377.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S112-M90

Fire Test of Fire-Damper Assemblies

3.1.8.4.(1)

378.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S112.1-M90

Leakage Rated Dampers for Use in Smoke Control Systems

6.2.3.9.(3)

 

 

 

 

379.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S112.2-07

Fire Test of Ceiling Firestop Flap Assemblies

3.1.9.5.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.6.4.3.(2)

380.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S113-07

Wood Core Doors Meeting the Performance Required by CAN/ULC-S104 for Twenty Minute Fire Rated Closure Assemblies

9.10.13.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

381.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S114-05

Test for Determination of Non-Combustibility in Building Materials

1.4.1.2.(1) of Division A

382.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S115-05

Fire Tests of Firestop Systems

3.1.5.16.(3)

 

 

 

 

3.1.9.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.9.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.1.9.1.(3)

 

 

 

 

3.1.9.3.(7)

 

 

 

 

3.1.9.4.(3)

 

 

 

 

3.1.9.4.(7)

 

 

 

 

9.10.9.6.(2)

 

 

 

 

9.10.9.7.(3)

383.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S124-06

Test for the Evaluation of Protective Coverings for Foamed Plastic

3.1.5.12.(2)

 

 

 

 

384.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S126-06

Test for Fire Spread Under Roof-Deck Assemblies

3.1.14.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.1.14.2.(1)

385.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S134-92

Fire Test of Exterior Wall Assemblies

3.1.5.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.3.7.(3)

386.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S135-04

Test Method for the Determination of Combustibility Parameters of Building Materials Using an Oxygen Consumption Calorimeter (Cone Calorimeter)

3.1.5.1.(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

387.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S138-06

Fire Test for Fire Growth of Insulated Building Panels in a Full-Scale Room Configuration

3.1.5.12.(7)

 

 

 

 

388.

ULC

ULC-S139-00

Fire Test for Evaluation of Integrity of Electrical Cables

3.2.7.10.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.2.7.10.(3)

389.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S143-09

Fire Tests for Non-Metallic Electrical and Optical Fibre Cable Raceways

3.1.5.20.(1)

 

 

 

 

390.

ULC

S505-1974

Fusible Links for Fire Protection Service

3.1.8.9.(1)

391.

ULC

S513-1978

Threaded Couplings for 38 mm and 65 mm Fire Hose

3.2.9.2.(7)

392.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S524-06

Installation of Fire Alarm Systems

3.1.8.12.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.1.8.12.(3)

 

 

 

 

3.2.4.5.(1)

 

 

 

 

3.2.4.22.(6)

 

 

 

 

3.2.4.22.(11)

 

 

 

 

9.10.19.4.(3)

 

 

 

 

9.10.19.6.(2)

393.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S531-02

Smoke Alarms

3.2.4.22.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.10.19.1.(1)

394.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S537-04

Verification of Fire Alarm Systems

3.2.4.5.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.2.4.22.(6)

395.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S543-09

Internal Lug Quick Connect Couplings for Fire Hose

3.2.9.2.(7)

396.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S553-02

Installation of Smoke Alarms

3.2.4.22.(9)

 

 

 

 

9.10.19.3.(2)

397.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S561-03

Installation and Services for Fire Signal Receiving Centres and Systems

3.2.4.8.(4)

 

 

 

 

398.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S572-10

Photoluminescent and Self-Luminous Signs and Path Marking Systems

3.4.5.1.(5)

 

 

 

9.9.11.3.(3)

 

 

 

 

9.9.11.3.(4)

399.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S610-M87

Factory-Built Fireplaces

9.22.8.1.(1)

400.

ULC

ULC-S628-93

Fireplace Inserts

9.22.10.1.(1)

401.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S629-M87

650ºC Factory-Built Chimneys

9.21.1.2.(1)

402.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S639-M87

Steel Liner Assemblies for Solid Fuel-Burning Masonry Fireplaces

9.22.2.3.(1)

 

 

 

 

403.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S701-05

Thermal Insulation, Polystyrene, Boards and Pipe Covering

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.15.4.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.25.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.25.2.2.(4)

404.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S702-09

Mineral Fibre Thermal Insulation for Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.25.2.2.(1)

405.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S703-01

Cellulose Fibre Insulation (CFI) for Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.25.2.2.(1)

406.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S704-03

Thermal Insulation, Polyurethane and Polyisocyanurate Boards, Faced

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.25.2.2.(1)

407.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S705.1-01

Thermal Insulation - Spray Applied Rigid Polyurethane Foam, Medium Density - Material - Specification

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

9.25.2.2.(1)

408.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S705.2-05

Thermal Insulation - Spray Applied Rigid Polyurethane Foam, Medium Density - Application 

5.3.1.3.(3)

 

 

 

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.25.2.5.(1)

409.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S706-02

Wood Fibre Thermal Insulation for Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

 

 

 

9.23.15.7.(3)

 

 

 

 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

 

 

 

9.25.2.2.(1)

 

 

 

 

9.29.8.1.(1)

410.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S741-08

Air Barrier Materials - Specification

5.4.1.2.(1)

411.

ULC

ULC/ORD-C263.1-99

Sprinkler-Protected Window Systems

3.1.8.18.(1)

412.

ULC

ULC/ORD-C199P-02

Combustible Piping for Sprinkler Systems

3.2.5.14.(2)

 

 

 

 

3.2.5.14.(5)

413.

ULC

ULC/ORD-C1254.6-1995

Fire Testing of Restaurant Cooking Area Fire Extinguishing System Units

6.2.2.6.(2)

 

 

3.6.4.3.(1)

414.

USDA

October 1993

Soil Survey Manual

8.2.1.2.(2)

Notes to Table 1.3.1.2.:

(1) Some titles have been abridged to omit superfluous wording.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Table 1.3.1.2. is revoked and the following substituted:. (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 6, 168 (2))

Table 1.3.1.2.
Documents Referenced in the Building Code

Forming Part of Sentence 1.3.1.2.(1)

 

Item

Column 1

Issuing Agency

Column 2

Document Number

Column 3

Title of Document(1)

Column 4

Code Reference

 

1.

ACGIH

2013, 28th Edition

Industrial Ventilation Manual

6.2.1.1.(1)

6.2.2.4.(1)

 

2.

AISI

S201-07

North American Standard for Cold Formed Steel Framing – Product Data

9.24.1.2.(1)

 

3.

ANSI

A208.1-2009

Particleboard

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.23.14.2.(3)

9.29.9.1.(1)

9.30.2.2.(1)

 

4.

ANSI/ASHRAE

62.1-2010

Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality

6.2.2.1.(2)

6.2.3.8.(15)

 

5.

ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA

90.1-2010

Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

6.

ANSI/CSA

ANSI Z21.22-1999 / CSA 4.4-M99 (including Addenda 1 and 2)

Relief Valves for Hot Water Supply Systems

7.2.10.11.(1)

 

7.

APHA/AWWA/WEF

2012, 22nd Edition

Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Waste Water

8.9.2.4.(1)(b)

 

8.

ASHRAE

2013

Fundamentals

5.2.1.3.(1)

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

9.

ASHRAE

2011

HVAC Applications

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

10.

ASHRAE

2012

HVAC Systems and Equipment

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

11.

ASHRAE

2014

Refrigeration

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

12.

ASME

A112.19.8-2007

Suction Fittings for Use in Swimming Pools, Wading Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs

3.12.4.1.(9)

 

13.

ASME

B16.3-2011

Malleable Iron Threaded Fittings: Classes 150 and 300

7.2.6.6.(1)

 

14.

ASME

B16.4-2011

Gray Iron Threaded Fittings: Classes 125 and 250

7.2.6.5.(1)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

15.

ASME

B16.12-2009

Cast Iron Threaded Drainage Fittings

7.2.6.3.(1)

 

16.

ASME

B16.15-2011

Cast Copper Alloy Threaded Fittings: Classes 125 and 250

7.2.7.3.(1)

 

17.

ASME

B16.18-2012

Cast Copper Alloy Solder Joint Pressure Fittings

7.2.7.6.(1)

7.2.7.6.(2)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

18.

ASME

B16.22-2001

Wrought Copper and Copper Alloy Solder Joint Pressure Fittings

7.2.7.6.(1)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

19.

ASME

B16.23-2011

Cast Copper Alloy Solder Joint Drainage Fittings: DWV

7.2.7.5.(1)

 

20.

ASME

B16.24-2011

Cast Copper Alloy Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings: Classes 150, 300, 600, 900, 1500 and 2500

7.2.7.2.(1)

 

21.

ASME

B16.26-2011

Cast Copper Alloy Fittings for Flared Copper Tubes

7.2.7.7.(1)

7.2.7.7.(2)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

22.

ASME

B16.29-2007

Wrought Copper and Wrought Copper Alloy Solder Joint Drainage Fittings - DWV

7.2.7.5.(1)

 

23.

ASME

B18.6.1-1981

Wood Screws (Inch Series)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.23.3.1.(3)

 

24.

ASME / CSA

ASME A17.1-2010 / CSA B44-10

Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators

3.5.2.2.(1)

Table 4.1.5.11.

7.4.3.6.(1)

 

25.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.18.1-2012 / CSA B125.1-12

Plumbing Supply Fittings

7.2.10.6.(1)

7.6.5.2.(1)

 

26.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.18.2-2011 / CSA B125.2-11

Plumbing Waste Fittings

7.2.3.3.(1)

7.2.10.6.(2)

 

27.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.19.1-2008 / CSA B45.2-08

Enamelled Cast Iron and Enamelled Steel Plumbing Fixtures

7.2.2.2.(3)

7.2.2.2.(4)

 

28.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.19.2-2008 / CSA B45.1-08

Ceramic Plumbing Fixtures

7.2.2.2.(2)

 

29.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.19.3-2008 / CSA B45.4-08

 

Stainless Steel Plumbing Fixtures

7.2.2.2.(5)

 

30.

ASME / CSA

ASME A112.19.7-2012 / CSA B45.10-12

Hydromassage Bathtub Systems 

7.2.2.2.(7)

 

31.

ASPE

2005

Data Books

7.6.3.1.(2)

7.7.4.1.(1)

 

32.

ASSE

ANSI/ASSE 1010-2004

Water Hammer Arresters

7.2.10.15.(1)

 

33.

ASSE

1051-2009

Individual and Branch Type Air Admittance Valves for Sanitary Drainage Systems

7.2.10.16.(1)

 

34.

ASTM

A53 / A53M-10

Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated Welded and Seamless

7.2.6.7.(4)

 

35.

ASTM

A123 / A123M-09

Zinc (Hot Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and Steel Products

Table 5.10.1.1.

Table 9.20.16.1.

 

36.

ASTM

A153 / A153M-09

Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware

Table 5.10.1.1.

Table 9.20.16.1.

 

37.

ASTM

A252-10

Welded and Seamless Steel Pipe Piles

4.2.3.8.(1)

 

38.

ASTM

A283 / A283M-03

Low and Intermediate Tensile Strength Carbon Steel Plates

4.2.3.8.(1)

 

39.

ASTM

A518 / A518M-99

Corrosion-Resistant High-Silicon Iron Castings

7.2.8.1.(1)

 

40.

ASTM

A653 / A653M-11

Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.3.3.2.(1)

 

41.

ASTM

A792 / A792M-10

Steel Sheet, 55% Aluminum-Zinc Alloy-Coated by the Hot-Dip Process

9.3.3.2.(1)

 

42.

ASTM

A1008 / A1008M-11

Steel, Sheet, Cold-Rolled, Carbon, Structural, High-Strength Low-Alloy, and High-Strength Low-Alloy with Improved Formability, Solution Hardened, and Bake Hardenable

4.2.3.8.(1)

 

43.

ASTM

A1011 / A1011M-10

Steel, Sheet and Strip, Hot-Rolled, Carbon, Structural, High-Strength Low-Alloy, High-Strength Low-Alloy with Improved Formability, and Ultra-High Strength

4.2.3.8.(1)

 

44.

ASTM

B32-08

Solder Metal

7.2.9.2.(2)

 

45.

ASTM

B42-10

Seamless Copper Pipe, Standard Sizes

7.2.7.1.(1)

 

46.

ASTM

B43-09

Seamless Red Brass Pipe, Standard Sizes

7.2.7.1.(2)

 

47.

ASTM

B68 / B68M-11 

Seamless Copper Tube, Bright Annealed

7.2.7.4.(3)

 

48.

ASTM

B88-09

Seamless Copper Water Tube

7.2.7.4.(1)

7.2.7.4.(3)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

49.

ASTM

B306-09

Copper Drainage Tube (DWV)

7.2.7.4.(1)

 

50.

ASTM

B813-10

Liquid and Paste Fluxes for Soldering of Copper and Copper Alloy Tube

7.2.9.2.(3)

 

51.

ASTM

B828-02

Making Capillary Joints by Soldering of Copper and Copper Alloy Tube and Fittings

7.3.2.4.(1)

 

52.

ASTM

C4-04

Clay Drain Tile and Perforated Clay Drain Tile

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.14.3.1.(1)

 

53.

ASTM

C27-98

Classification for Fire Clay and High-Alumina Refractory Brick

9.21.3.4.(1)

 

54.

ASTM

C73-10

Calcium Silicate Brick (Sand-Lime Brick)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

55.

ASTM

C126-11

Ceramic Glazed Structural Clay Facing Tile, Facing Brick, and Solid Masonry Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

56.

ASTM

C212-10

Structural Clay Facing Tile

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

57.

ASTM

C260 / C260M-10a

Air-Entraining Admixtures for Concrete

9.3.1.8.(1)

 

58.

ASTM

C411-11

Hot-Surface Performance of High-Temperature Thermal Insulation

6.2.3.4.(3)

6.2.9.2.(2)

 

59.

ASTM

C412M-11

Concrete Drain Tile (Metric)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.14.3.1.(1)

 

60.

ASTM

C444M-03

Perforated Concrete Pipe (Metric)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.14.3.1.(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

61.

ASTM

C494 / C494M-11

Chemical Admixtures for Concrete

9.3.1.8.(1)

 

62.

ASTM

C553-11

Mineral Fiber Blanket Thermal Insulation for Commercial and Industrial Applications

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

63.

ASTM

C612-10

Mineral Fiber Block and Board Thermal Insulation

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

64.

ASTM

C700-11

Vitrified Clay Pipe, Extra Strength, Standard Strength and Perforated

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.14.3.1.(1)

 

65.

ASTM

C834-10

Latex Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.4.2.(2)

 

66.

ASTM

C920-11

Elastomeric Joint Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.4.2.(2)

 

67.

ASTM

C954-11

Steel Drill Screws for the Application of Gypsum Panel Products or Metal Plaster Bases to Steel Studs from 0.033 in. (0.84 mm) to 0.112 in. (2.84 mm) in Thickness

9.24.1.4.(1)

 

68.

ASTM

C991-08e1

Flexible Fibrous Glass Insulation for Metal Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

69.

ASTM

C1002-07

Steel Self-Piercing Tapping Screws for the Application of Gypsum Panel Products or Metal Plaster Bases to Wood Studs or Steel Studs

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.24.1.4.(1)

9.29.5.7.(1)

 

70.

ASTM

C1053-00

Borosilicate Glass Pipe and Fittings for Drain, Waste and Vent (DWV) Applications

7.2.8.1.(1)

 

71.

ASTM

C1177 / C1177M-08

Glass Mat Gypsum Substrate for Use as Sheathing

Table 5.10.1.1.

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 

72.

ASTM

C1178 / C1178M-11

Coated Glass Mat Water-Resistant Gypsum Backing Panel

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.29.5.2.(1)

 

73.

ASTM

C1184-05

Structural Silicone Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.4.2.(2)

 

74.

ASTM

C1311-10

Solvent Release Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.4.2.(2)

 

75.

ASTM

C1330-02

Cylindrical Sealant Backing for Use with Cold Liquid-Applied Sealants

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.4.2.(3)

 

76.

ASTM

C1396 / C1396M-11

Gypsum Board

3.1.5.12.(4)

Table 5.10.1.1.

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.29.5.2.(1)

Table 9.29.5.3.

 

77.

ASTM

D323-08

Vapor Pressure of Petroleum Products (Reid Method)

1.4.1.2.(1) of Division A

 

78.

ASTM

D374-99

Thickness of Solid Electrical Insulation

3.15.4.1.(1)

 

79.

ASTM

D568-77

Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Flexible Plastics in a Vertical Position

3.15.4.1.(1)

 

80.

ASTM

D635-06

Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position

3.15.4.1.(1)

 

81.

ASTM

D2178-04

Asphalt Glass Felt Used in Roofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

82.

ASTM

D2898-10

Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing

3.1.5.5.(5)

3.1.5.25.(1)

3.2.3.7.(5)

3.2.3.7.(7)

 

83.

ASTM

D3261-10a

Butt Heat Fusion Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Fittings for Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Pipe and Tubing

7.2.5.5.(3)

 

84.

ASTM

E90-04

Laboratory Measurement of Airborne Sound Transmission Loss of Building Partitions and Elements

5.9.1.1.(1)

9.11.1.1.(1)

 

85.

ASTM

E96 / E96M-10

Water Vapor Transmission of Materials

5.5.1.2.(3)

9.25.4.2.(1)

9.25.5.1.(1)

 

86.

ASTM

E336-05

Measurement of Airborne Sound Attenuation Between Rooms in Buildings

5.9.1.1.(1)

9.11.1.1.(1)

 

87.

ASTM

E413-04

Classification for Rating Sound Insulation

5.9.1.1.(1)

9.11.1.1.(1)

 

88.

ASTM

E2190-10

Insulating Glass Unit Performance and Evaluation

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.6.1.2.(1)

 

89.

ASTM

F476-84

Security of Swinging Door Assemblies

9.7.5.2.(2)

 

90.

ASTM

F628-08

Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) Schedule 40 Plastic Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe With a Cellular Core

7.2.5.10.(1)

7.2.5.12.(1)

7.2.5.12.(2)

 

91.

ASTM

F714-10

Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Pipe (SDR-PR) Based on Outside Diameter

7.2.5.6.(1)

 

92.

ASTM

F1667-05

Driven Fasteners: Nails, Spikes and Staples

9.23.3.1.(1)

9.26.2.2.(1)

9.29.5.6.(1)

 

93.

AWPA

M4-11

Care of Preservative-Treated Wood Products

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

94.

AWS

ANSI/AWS A5.8M/ 5.8:2011

Specification for Filler Metals for Brazing and Braze Welding

7.2.9.2.(4)

 

95.

AWWA

ANSI/AWWA C104 / A21.4-2008

Cement-Mortar Lining for Ductile-Iron Pipe and Fittings

7.2.6.4.(2)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

96.

AWWA

ANSI/AWWA C110 / A21.10-2012

Ductile-Iron and Gray-Iron Fittings

7.2.6.4.(3)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

97.

AWWA

ANSI/AWWA C111 / A21.11-2012

Rubber-Gasket Joints for Ductile-Iron Pressure Pipe and Fittings

7.2.6.4.(4)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

98.

AWWA

ANSI/AWWA C151 / A21.51-2009

Ductile-Iron Pipe, Centrifugally Cast

7.2.6.4.(1)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

99.

BCMOH

Version 2, 21st Sept, 2007

Sewerage System Standard Practice Manual

8.7.8.3.(2)

8.7.8.3.(3)

 

100.

BNQ

BNQ 3624-115-2007

Polyethylene (PE) Pipe and Fittings - Flexible Pipes for Drainage - Characteristics and Test Methods

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.14.3.1.(1)

 

101.

BNQ

CAN/BNQ 3680-600-2009

Onsite Residential Wastewater Treatment Technologies

8.6.2.2.(5)

Table 8.6.2.2.

 

102.

CCBFC

NRCC 38730 1997

Model National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

103.

CCBFC

NRCC 54435 2011

National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

104.

CCBFC

NRCC 38726 1995

National Building Code of Canada

1.3.1.2.(3) of Division A

 

105.

CCBFC

NRCC 53301 2010

National Building Code of Canada

2.4.2.1.(2) of Division C

 

106.

CCBFC

NRCC 53302 2010

National Plumbing Code of Canada

2.4.2.1.(2) of Division C

 

107.

CCBFC

NRCC 53303 2010

National Fire Code of Canada

3.3.1.2.(1)

3.3.5.2.(1)

6.2.2.5.(1)

 

108.

CCBFC

NRCC 38732 1995

National Farm Building Code of Canada

1.3.1.2.(1) to (5) of Division A

 

109.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-1.501-M89

Method of Permeance of Coated Wallboard

5.5.1.2.(2)

9.25.4.2.(5)

 

110.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-7.2-94

Adjustable Steel Columns

9.17.3.4.(1)

 

111.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-10.3-92

Air Setting Refractory Mortar

9.21.3.4.(2)

9.21.3.9.(1)

9.22.2.2.(2)

 

112.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-11.3-M87

Hardboard

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.9.1.(2)

9.29.7.1.(1)

9.30.2.2.(1)

 

113.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-11.5-M87

Hardboard, Precoated, Factory Finished, for Exterior Cladding

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.9.1.(1)

 

114.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.1-M90

Tempered or Laminated Safety Glass

3.3.1.19.(2)

3.4.6.15.(1)

3.4.6.15.(3)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.6.1.2.(2)

9.6.1.4.(1)

9.8.8.7.(1)

 

115.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.2-M91

Flat, Clear Sheet Glass

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.6.1.2.(1)

 

116.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.3-M91

Flat, Clear Float Glass

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.6.1.2.(1)

 

117.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.4-M91

Heat Absorbing Glass

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.6.1.2.(1)

 

118.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.5-M86

Mirrors, Silvered

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.6.1.2.(3)

 

119.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.8-97

Insulating Glass Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.6.1.2.(1)

 

120.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.10-M76

Glass, Light and Heat Reflecting

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.6.1.2.(1)

 

121.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.11-M90

Wired Safety Glass

3.3.1.19.(2)

3.4.6.15.(1)

3.4.6.15.(3)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.6.1.2.(2)

9.6.1.4.(1)

9.8.8.7.(1)

 

122.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-12.20-M89

Structural Design of Glass for Buildings

4.3.6.1.(1)

9.6.1.3.(1)

 

123.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-19.22-M89

Mildew Resistant Sealing Compound for Tubs and Tile

9.29.10.5.(1)

 

124.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-34.9-M94

Asbestos-Cement Sewer Pipe

7.2.5.1.(2)

 

125.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-34.22-94

Asbestos-Cement Drain Pipe

Table 5.10.1.1.

7.2.5.1.(1)

9.14.3.1.(1)

 

126.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-34.23-94

Asbestos-Cement House Connection Sewer Pipe

7.2.5.1.(2)

 

127.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.1-M89

Chemical Emulsified Type, Emulsified Asphalt for Dampproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.2.(1)

 

128.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.2-M88

Emulsified Asphalt, Mineral Colloid Type, Unfilled, for Dampproofing and Waterproofing and for Roof Coatings

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.2.(1)

9.13.3.2.(1)

 

129.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.3-M89

Application of Emulsified Asphalts for Dampproofing or Waterproofing

5.8.2.3.(1)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.3.(1)

9.13.3.3.(1)

 

130.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.4-M89

Fibrated, Cutback Asphalt, Lap Cement for Asphalt Roofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

131.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.5-M89

Cutback Asphalt Plastic Cement

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

132.

CGSB

37-GP-6Ma-1983

Asphalt, Cutback, Unfilled, for Dampproofing

5.8.2.2.(6)

5.8.2.2.(7)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.2.(1)

 

133.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.8-M88

Asphalt, Cutback, Filled, for Roof Coating

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

134.

CGSB

37-GP-9Ma-1983

Primer, Asphalt, Unfilled, for Asphalt Roofing, Dampproofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

135.

CGSB

37-GP-12Ma-1984

Application of Unfilled Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing

5.8.2.3.(2)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.3.(1)

 

136.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.16-M89

Filled, Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.2.(1)

9.13.3.2.(1)

 

137.

CGSB

37-GP-18Ma-1985

Tar, Cutback, Unfilled, for Dampproofing

5.8.2.2.(6)

5.8.2.2.(7)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.2.(1)

 

138.

CGSB

37-GP-21M-1985

Tar, Cutback, Fibrated, For Roof Coating

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

139.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.22-M89

Application of Unfilled, Cutback Tar Foundation Coating for Dampproofing

5.8.2.3.(2)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.3.(1)

 

140.

CGSB

37-GP-36M-1976

Application of Filled Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing and Waterproofing

5.8.2.3.(1)

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

141.

CGSB

37-GP-37M-1977

Application of Hot Asphalt for Dampproofing or Waterproofing

5.8.2.3.(1)

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

142.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.50-M89

Hot Applied, Rubberized Asphalt for Roofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

143.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.51-M90

Application for Hot Applied Rubberized Asphalt for Roofing and Waterproofing

5.6.1.2.(1)

5.8.2.3.(1)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.15.1.(1)

 

144.

CGSB

37-GP-52M-1984

Roofing and Waterproofing Membrane, Sheet Applied, Elastomeric

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

145.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-37.54-95

Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing and Waterproofing Membrane

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

146.

CGSB

37-GP-55M-1979

Application of Sheet Applied Flexible Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing Membrane

5.6.1.2.(1)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.16.1.(1)

 

147.

CGSB

37-GP-56M-1985

Membrane, Modified, Bituminous, Prefabricated, and Reinforced for Roofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.2.(1)

9.13.3.2.(1)

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

148.

CGSB

37-GP-64M-1977

Mat Reinforcing, Fibrous Glass, for Membrane Waterproofing Systems and Built-up Roofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

149.

CGSB

41-GP-6M-1983

Sheets, Thermosetting Polyester Plastics, Glass Fiber Reinforced

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

150.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-41.24-95

Rigid Vinyl Siding, Soffits and Fascia

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.12.1.(1)

 

151.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-51.25-M87

Thermal Insulation, Phenolic, Faced 

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.25.2.2.(1)

 

152.

CGSB

51-GP-27M-1979

Thermal Insulation, Polystyrene, Loose Fill 

9.25.2.2.(1)

 

153.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-51.32-M77

Sheathing, Membrane, Breather Type

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.13.9.(1)

9.26.2.1.(1)

9.27.3.2.(1)

 

154.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-51.33-M89

Vapour Barrier, Sheet, Excluding Polyethylene, for Use in Building Construction

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.25.4.2.(4)

 

155.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-51.34-M86 (amended 1988)

Vapour Barrier, Polyethylene Sheet for Use in Building Construction

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.2.(1)

9.13.4.2.(1)

9.18.6.2.(1)

9.25.3.2.(2)

9.25.3.6.(1)

9.25.4.2.(3)

 

156.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-82.6-M86

Doors, Mirrored Glass, Sliding or Folding, Wardrobe

9.6.1.2.(2)

 

157.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-93.1-M85

Sheet, Aluminum Alloy, Prefinished Residential

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.11.1.(4)

 

158.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-93.2-M91

Prefinished Aluminum Siding, Soffits and Facsia for Residential Use

3.2.3.6.(4)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.10.14.5.(8)

9.10.14.5.(11)

9.10.15.5.(7)

9.10.15.5.(10)

9.27.11.1.(3)

 

159.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-93.3-M91

Prefinished Galvanized and Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Steel Sheet for Residential Use

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.11.1.(2)

 

160.

CGSB

CAN/CGSB-93.4-92

Galvanized Steel and Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Coated Steel Siding, Soffits and Fascia, Prefinished, Residential

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.11.1.(1)

 

161.

CSA

CAN/CSA-6.19-01

Residential Carbon Monoxide Alarming Devices

6.2.12.3.(1)

9.33.4.3.(1)

 

162.

CSA

A23.1-09

Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction

4.2.3.6.(1)

4.2.3.9.(1)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.3.1.1.(1)

9.3.1.1.(4)

9.3.1.3.(1)

9.3.1.4.(1)

9.39.1.4.(1)

 

163.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A23.3-04

Design of Concrete Structures

Table 4.1.8.9.

4.3.3.1.(1)

 

164.

CSA

A60.1-M1976

Vitrified Clay Pipe

7.2.5.4.(1)

 

165.

CSA

A60.3-M1976

Vitrified Clay Pipe Joints

7.2.5.4.(2)

 

166.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A82.1-M87

Burned Clay Brick (Solid Masonry Units Made From Clay or Shale)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

167.

CSA

A82.4-M1978

Structural Clay Load-Bearing Wall Tile

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

168.

CSA

A82.5-M1978

Structural Clay Non-Load-Bearing Tile

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

169.

CSA

CAN3-A82.8-M78

Hollow Clay Brick

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

170.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A82.27-M91

Gypsum Board

3.1.5.12.(4)

Table 5.10.1.1.

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.29.5.2.(1)

 

171.

CSA

A82.30-M1980

Interior Furring, Lathing and Gypsum Plastering

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.29.4.1.(1)

 

172.

CSA

A82.31-M1980

Gypsum Board Application

3.2.3.6.(4)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.10.12.4.(3)

9.29.5.1.(2)

 

173.

CSA

CAN3-A93-M82

Natural Airflow Ventilators for Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.19.1.2.(5)

 

174.

CSA

A123.1-05 /A123.5-05

Asphalt Shingles Made from Organic Felt and Surfaced with Mineral Granules / Asphalt Shingles Made from Glass Felt and Surfaced with Mineral Granules

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

175.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A123.2-03

Asphalt Coated Roofing Sheets

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

176.

CSA

A123.3-05

Asphalt Saturated Organic Roofing Felt

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

177.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A123.4-04

Asphalt for Constructing Built-Up Roof Coverings and Waterproofing Systems

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.13.2.2.(1)

9.13.3.2.(1)

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

178.

CSA

A123.17-05

Asphalt Glass Felt Used in Roofing and Waterproofing

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

179.

CSA

CAN3-A123.51-M85

Asphalt Shingle Application on Roof Slopes 1:3 and Steeper

5.6.1.2.(1)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.1.2.(1)

 

180.

CSA

CAN3-A123.52-M85

Asphalt Shingle Application on Roof Slopes 1:6 to Less than 1:3

5.6.1.2.(1)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.1.2.(1)

 

181.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A165.1-04

Concrete Block Masonry Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.15.2.2.(1)

9.17.5.1.(1)

9.20.2.1.(1)

9.20.2.6.(1)

 

182.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A165.2-04

Concrete Brick Masonry Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

183.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A165.3-04

Prefaced Concrete Masonry Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

184.

CSA

CAN3-A165.4-M85

Autoclaved Cellular Units

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.20.2.1.(1)

 

185.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A179-04

Mortar and Grout for Unit Masonry

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.15.2.2.(3)

9.20.3.1.(1)

 

186.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A220.0-06

Performance of Concrete Roof Tiles

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

 

187.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A220.1-06

Installation of Concrete Roof Tiles

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.17.1.(1)

 

188.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A257 Series-09

Standards for Concrete Pipe and Manhole Sections

7.2.5.3.(1)

 

189.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A257.4-09

Precast Reinforced Circular Concrete Manhole Sections, Catch Basins, and Fittings

7.2.5.3.(5)

 

190.

CSA

A277-08

Procedure for Factory Certification of Buildings

9.1.1.9.(1)

3.1.1.1.(2) of Division C

3.2.4.1.(3) of Division C

 

191.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A324-M88

Clay Flue Liners

9.21.3.3.(1)

 

192.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A371-04

Masonry Construction for Buildings

5.6.1.2.(2)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.15.2.2.(3)

9.20.3.2.(7)

9.20.15.2.(1)

 

193.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A405-M87

Design and Construction of Masonry Chimneys and Fireplaces

9.21.3.5.(1)

9.22.1.4.(7)

9.22.5.2.(2)

 

194.

CSA

AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440-11

NAFS – North American Fenestration Standard/Specification for Windows, Doors, and Skylights

5.10.2.2.(1)

Table 9.7.3.3.

9.7.4.1.(1)

9.7.4.2.(1)

9.7.4.3.(2)

9.7.5.1.(1)

9.7.5.3.(1)

 

195.

CSA

A440.2-09 / A440.3-09

Fenestration Energy Performance / User Guide to CSA A440.2-09, Fenestration Energy Performance

Table 9.7.3.3.

12.3.1.2.(1)

 

196.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A440.4-07

Window, Door and Skylight Installation

9.7.6.1.(1)

 

197.

CSA

A440S1-09

Canadian Supplement to AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440, NAFS – North American Fenestration Standard/Specification for Windows, Doors, and Skylights

5.10.2.2.(1)

9.7.4.2.(1)

9.7.4.3.(1)

 

198.

CSA

A660-10

Certification of Manufacturers of Steel Building Systems

4.3.4.3.(1)

 

199.

CSA

CAN/CSA-A3001-08

Cementitious Materials for Use in Concrete

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.3.1.2.(1)

9.28.2.1.(1)

 

200.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B45.0-02

General Requirements for Plumbing Fixtures

7.6.4.2.(1)

 

201.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B45.9-02

Macerating Systems and Related Components

7.2.2.2.(8)

 

202.

CSA

B52-05

Mechanical Refrigeration Code

6.2.2.4.(4)

 

203.

CSA

B64.0-11

Definitions, General Requirements, and Test Methods for Vacuum Breakers and Backflow Preventers

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

204.

CSA

B64.1.1-11

Atmospheric Vacuum Breakers (AVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

205.

CSA

B64.1.2-11

Pressure Vacuum Breakers (PVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

206.

CSA

B64.1.3-11

Spill-resistant Pressure Vacuum Breakers (SRPVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

207.

CSA

B64.1.4-11

Vacuum Breaker, Air Space Type (ASVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

208.

CSA

B64.2-11

Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

209.

CSA

B64.2.1-11

Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB) with Manual Draining Feature

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

210.

CSA

B64.2.1.1-11

Hose Connection Dual Check Vacuum Breakers (HCDVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

211.

CSA

B64.2.2-11

Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB) with Automatic Draining Feature

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

212.

CSA

B64.3-11

Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Atmospheric Port (DCAP)

7.2.10.10.(1)

7.6.2.5.(4)

 

213.

CSA

B64.3.1-11

Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Atmospheric Port for Carbonators (DCAPC)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

214.

CSA

B64.4-11

Reduced Pressure Principle (RP) Backflow Preventers

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

215.

CSA

B64.4.1-11

Reduced Pressure Principle Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (RPF)

7.6.2.4.(2)

Table 7.6.2.4.

7.6.2.4.(4)

 

216.

CSA

B64.5-11

Double Check Valve (DCVA) Backflow Preventers

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

217.

CSA

B64.5.1-11

Double Check Valve Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (DCVAF)

7.6.2.4.(2)

Table 7.6.2.4.

 

218.

CSA

B64.6-11

Dual Check Valve (DuC) Backflow Preventers

7.2.10.10.(1)

7.6.2.6.(3)

7.7.1.1.(3)

 

219.

CSA

B64.6.1-11

Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (DuCF)

7.6.4.2.(2)

Table 7.6.2.4.

 

220.

CSA

B64.7-11

Laboratory Faucet Vacuum Breakers (LFVB)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

221.

CSA

B64.8-11

Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Intermediate Vent (DuCV)

7.2.10.10.(1)

 

222.

CSA

B64.9-11

Single Check Valve Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (SCVAF)

7.6.2.4.(2)

Table 7.6.2.4.

 

223.

CSA

B64.10-11

Selection and Installation of Backflow Preventers

7.2.10.10.(1)

7.6.2.3.(1)

Table 7.6.2.4.

7.6.2.6.(1)

 

224.

CSA

B66-10

Design, Material, and Manufacturing Requirements for Prefabricated Septic Tanks and Sewage Holding Tanks

8.2.2.2.(1)

8.2.2.2.(2)

8.2.2.2.(3)

8.2.2.3.(7)

8.2.2.3.(11)

 

225.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B70-12

Cast Iron Soil Pipe, Fittings and Means of Joining

7.2.6.1.(1)

7.4.6.4.(2)

 

226.

CSA

B111-1974

Wire Nails, Spikes and Staples

9.23.3.1.(1)

9.26.2.2.(1)

9.29.5.6.(1)

 

227.

CSA

CSA B125.3-12

Plumbing Fittings

7.2.10.6.(1)

7.2.10.10.(2)

7.6.5.2.(2)

 

228.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B127.1-99

Asbestos Cement Drain, Waste and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings

7.2.5.1.(1)

7.2.6.2.(1)

 

229.

CSA

B127.2-M1977

Components for Use in Asbestos Cement Building Sewer Systems

7.2.5.1.(2)

7.2.6.2.(1)

 

230.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B128.1-06

Design and Installation of Non-Potable Water Systems

7.7.2.1.(2)

7.7.4.1.(1)

 

231.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.1-09

Polyethylene (PE) Pipe, Tubing and Fittings for Cold Water Pressure Services

7.2.5.5.(1)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

232.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.2-09

Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Injection-Moulded Gasketed Fittings for Pressure Applications

7.2.5.8.(1)

7.2.5.10.(1)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

233.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.3-09

Rigid Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe for Pressure Applications

7.2.5.8.(1)

7.2.5.10.(1)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

234.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.5-09

Crosslinked Polyethylene (PEX) Tubing Systems for Pressure Applications

7.2.5.7.(1)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

235.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.6-09 

Chlorinated Polyvinylchloride (CPVC) Pipe, Tubing and Fittings for Hot and Cold Water Distribution Systems

7.2.5.9.(1)

7.2.5.9.(2)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

236.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.9-09

Polyethylene/Aluminium/Polyethylene (PE-AL-PE) Composite Pressure-Pipe Systems

7.2.5.13.(1)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

237.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.10-09

Crosslinked Polyethylene/Aluminum/Crosslinked Polyethylene (PEX-AL-PEX) Composite Pressure-Pipe Systems

7.2.5.13.(4)

7.2.5.14.(1)

Table 7.2.11.2.

 

238.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B137.11-09

Polypropylene (PP-R) Pipe and Fittings for Pressure Applications

7.2.5.15.(1)

 

239.

CSA

B158.1-1976

Cast Brass Solder Joint Drainage, Waste and Vent Fittings

7.2.7.5.(1)

7.2.10.1.(1)

 

240.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B181.1-11

Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings

7.2.5.10.(1)

7.2.5.11.(1)

7.2.5.12.(1)

7.2.5.12.(2)

7.2.10.1.(2)

7.4.6.4.(2)

 

241.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B181.2-11

Polyvinylchloride (PVC) and Chlorinated Polyvinylchloride (CPVC) Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings

7.2.5.10.(1)

7.2.5.11.(1)

7.2.5.12.(1)

7.2.5.12.(2)

7.2.10.1.(3)

7.4.6.4.(2)

 

242.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B181.3-11

Polyolefin and Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Laboratory Drainage Systems

7.2.8.1.(1)

 

243.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B182.1-11

Plastic Drain and Sewer Pipe and Pipe Fittings

Table 5.10.1.1.

7.2.5.10.(1)

7.2.5.12.(2)

7.4.6.4.(2)

9.14.3.1.(1)

 

244.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B182.2-11

PSM Type Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Sewer Pipe and Fittings

7.2.5.10.(1)

7.2.5.12.(2)

 

245.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B182.4-11

Profile Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Sewer Pipe and Fittings

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

246.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B182.6-11

Profile Polyethylene (PE) Sewer Pipe and Fittings for Leak-Proof Sewer Applications

7.2.5.10.(1)

 

247.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B214-12

Installation Code for Hydronic Heating Systems

6.2.1.4.(6)

 

248.

CSA

B242-05

Groove and Shoulder-Type Mechanical Pipe Couplings

7.2.10.4.(1)

 

249.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B272-93

Prefabricated Self-Sealing Roof Vent Flashings

7.2.10.14.(2)

 

250.

CSA

B355-09

Lifts for Persons with Physical Disabilities

3.8.3.5.(1)

 

251.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B356-10

Water Pressure Reducing Valves for Domestic Water Supply Systems

7.2.10.12.(1)

 

252.

CSA

B365-10

Installation Code for Solid-Fuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment

6.2.1.4.(1)

6.2.1.4.(5)

9.21.1.3.(1)

9.22.10.2.(1)

9.33.1.2.(1)

 

253.

CSA

B366.1-11 

Solid-Fuel-Fired Central Heating Appliances

6.2.1.4.(2)

 

254.

CSA

B415.1-00

Performance Testing of Solid-Fuel-Burning Heating Appliances

6.2.1.4.(7)

9.33.1.2.(2)

 

255.

CSA

B481.1-12

Testing and Rating of Grease Interceptors Using Lard

7.2.3.2.(3)

8.1.3.1.(8)

 

256.

CSA

B481.2-12

Testing and Rating of Grease Interceptors Using Oil

7.2.3.2.(3)

8.1.3.1.(8)

 

257.

CSA

B481.4-12

Maintenance of Grease Interceptors

8.9.3.3.(1)

 

258.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B483.1-07

Drinking Water Treatment Systems

7.2.10.17.(1)

 

259.

CSA

CAN/CSA-B602-10

Mechanical Couplings for Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Sewer Pipe

7.2.5.3.(2)

7.2.10.4.(2)

 

260.

CSA

C22.2 No. 0.3-09

Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables

3.1.4.3.(1)

3.1.4.3.(2)

3.1.5.18.(1)

3.1.5.18.(2)

3.1.5.21.(1)

3.1.5.21.(2)

3.6.4.3.(1)

9.34.1.5.(1)

 

261.

CSA

C22.2 No. 113-10

Fans and Ventilators

9.32.3.9.(6)

 

262.

CSA

C22.2 No. 141-10

Emergency Lighting Equipment

3.2.7.4.(2)

3.4.5.1.(3)

9.9.11.3(3)

9.9.12.3.(7)

 

263.

CSA

C22.2 No. 211.0-03

General Requirements and Methods of Testing for Nonmetallic Conduit

3.1.5.20.(1)

 

264.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 262-04

Optical Fiber Cable and Communication Cable Raceway Systems

3.1.5.20.(1)

 

265.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C22.3 No. 1-10

Overhead Systems

3.1.19.1.(2)

 

266.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C88-M90

Power Transformers and Reactors

3.6.2.7.(10)

 

267.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C260-M90

Rating for the Performance of Residential Mechanical Ventilating Equipment

9.32.3.9.(1)

9.32.3.9.(2)

Table 9.32.3.9.

 

268.

CSA

C282-09

Emergency Electrical Power Supply for Buildings

3.2.7.5.(1)

 

269.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C439-09

Rating the Performance of Heat/Energy-Recovery Ventilators

6.2.1.6.(2)

9.32.3.11.(2)

 

270.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C448.1-02

Design and Installation of Earth Energy Systems for Commercial and Institutional Buildings

6.2.1.4.(4)

 

271.

CSA

CAN/CSA-C448.2-02

Design and Installation of Earth Energy Systems for Residential and Other Small Buildings

6.2.1.4.(3)

 

272.

CSA

F280-12

Determining the Required Capacity of Residential Space Heating and Cooling Appliances

6.2.1.1.(1)

9.33.2.2.(3)

 

273.

CSA

CAN/CSA-F326-M91

Residential Mechanical Ventilation Systems

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

274.

CSA

CAN/CSA-F379.1-09

Packaged Solar Domestic Hot Water Systems (Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Transfer)

7.2.10.13.(1)

7.6.2.5.(3)

7.6.2.5.(4)

 

275.

CSA

F383-08

Installation of Packaged Solar Domestic Hot Water Systems

7.6.1.13.(1)

 

276.

CSA

G30.18-09

Carbon Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement

9.3.1.1.(4)

9.39.1.3.(1)

 

277.

CSA

G40.21-04

General Requirements for Rolled or Welded Structural Quality Steel

4.2.3.8.(1)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.23.4.3.(2)

 

278.

CSA

CAN/CSA-G164-M92

Hot Dip Galvanising of Irregularly Shaped Articles

4.4.4.1.(4)

 

279.

CSA

CAN/CSA-G401-07

Corrugated Steel Pipe Products

Table 5.10.1.1.

7.2.6.8.(1)

9.14.3.1.(1)

 

280.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O80 Series-08

Wood Preservation

3.1.4.5.(1)

4.2.3.2.(1)

4.2.3.2.(2)

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

281.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O80.1-08

Specification of Treated Wood

9.3.2.9.(6)

 

282.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O80.2-08

Processing and Treatment

4.2.3.2.(1)

 

283.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O80.3-08

Preservative Formulations

4.2.3.2.(1)

 

284.

CSA

O80.15-97

Preservative Treatment of Wood for Building Foundation Systems, Basements and Crawl Spaces by Pressure Processes

4.2.3.2.(1)

 

285.

CSA

O86-09

Engineering Design in Wood

Table 4.1.8.9.

4.3.1.1.(1)

 

286.

CSA

O115-M1982

Hardwood and Decorative Plywood

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.27.8.1.(1)

9.30.2.2.(1)

 

287.

CSA

O118.1-08

Western Red Cedar Shakes and Shingles

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

9.27.7.1.(1)

 

288.

CSA

O118.2-08

Eastern White Cedar Shingles

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.26.2.1.(1)

9.27.7.1.(1)

 

289.

CSA

O121-08

Douglas Fir Plywood

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.23.14.2.(1)

9.23.15.2.(1)

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.27.8.1.(1)

9.30.2.2.(1)

Table A-13

Table A-14

Table A-15

 

290.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O122-06

Structural Glued-Laminated Timber

Table A-11

Table A-16

 

291.

CSA

CAN/CSA-O132.2 Series-90

Wood Flush Doors

9.7.4.3.(4)

 

292.

CSA

O141-05

Softwood Lumber

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.3.2.6.(1)

 

293.

CSA

O151-09

Canadian Softwood Plywood

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.23.14.2.(1)

9.23.15.2.(1)

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.27.8.1.(1)

9.30.2.2.(1)

Table A-13

Table A-14

Table A-15

 

294.

CSA

O153-M1980

Poplar Plywood

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.23.14.2.(1)

9.23.15.2.(1)

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.27.8.1.(1)

9.30.2.2.(1)

 

295.

CSA

O177-06

Qualification Code for Manufacturers of Structural Glued-Laminated Timber

4.3.1.2.(1)

Table A-11

Table A-16

 

296.

CSA

O325-07

Construction Sheathing

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.23.14.2.(1)

9.23.14.4.(2)

Table 9.23.14.5.B.

9.23.15.2.(1)

9.23.15.3.(2)

Table 9.23.15.7.B.

Table 9.23.16.2.B.

9.29.9.1.(2)

9.29.9.2.(5)

Table A-13

Table A-14

Table A-15

 

297.

CSA

O437.0-93

OSB and Waferboard

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.23.14.2.(1)

9.23.14.4.(2)

9.23.15.2.(1)

9.23.15.3.(2)

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.27.10.1.(1)

9.29.9.1.(2)

9.30.2.2.(1)

Table A-13

Table A-14

Table A-15

 

298.

CSA

S16-09

Design of Steel Structures

Table 4.1.8.9.

4.3.4.1.(1)

 

299.

CSA

CAN/CSA-S136-07

North American Specifications for the Design of Cold Formed Steel Structural Members (using the Appendix B provisions applicable to Canada)

Table 4.1.8.9.

4.3.4.2.(1)

 

300.

CSA

CAN/CSA-S157-05 / S157.1-05

Strength Design in Aluminum / Commentary  on CSA S157-05, Strength Design in Aluminum

4.3.5.1.(1)

 

301.

CSA

S304.1-04

Design of Masonry Structures

Table 4.1.8.9.

4.3.2.1.(1)

 

301.

CSA

S307-M1980

Load Test Procedure for Wood Roof Trusses for Houses and Small Buildings

9.23.13.11.(5)

 

303.

CSA

S367-09

Air-, Cable-, and Frame-Membrane Supported Structures

4.4.1.1.(1)

 

304.

CSA

CAN/CSA-S406-92

Construction of Preserved Wood Foundations

9.13.2.8.(1)

9.15.2.4.(1)

9.16.5.1.(1)

 

305.

CSA

S413-07

Parking Structures

4.4.2.1.(1)

 

306.

CSA

S478-95

Guideline on Durability in Buildings

5.1.4.2.(3)

Table 5.10.1.1.

 

307.

CSA

Z32-09

Electrical Safety and Essential Electrical Systems in Health Care Facilities

3.2.7.3.(4)

3.2.7.6.(1)

3.7.5.1.(1)

 

308.

CSA

CAN/CSA-Z91-02

Health and Safety Code for Suspended Equipment Operations

4.4.4.1.(1)

 

309.

CSA

Z240 MH Series-09

Manufactured Homes

3.1.1.1.(2) of Division C

3.2.4.1.(3) of Division C

 

310.

CSA

Z240.2.1-09

Structural Requirements for Manufactured Homes

9.1.1.9.(1)

9.12.2.2.(6)

9.15.1.3.(1)

 

311.

CSA

Z240.10.1-08

Site Preparation, Foundation and Anchorage of Manufactured Homes

9.15.1.3.(1)

9.23.6.3.(1)

 

312.

CSA

CAN/CSA-Z241 Series-03

Park Model Trailers

9.38.1.1.(1)

9.38.2.1.(1)

3.1.1.1.(2) of Division C

3.2.4.1.(3) of Division C

 

313.

CSA

CAN/CSA-Z317.2-10

Special Requirements for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems in Health Care Facilities

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

314.

CSA

CAN/CSA-Z662-11 / Z662.1-11

Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems / Commentary on CAN/CSA-Z662-11, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems

3.2.3.21.(1)

 

315.

CSA

Z7396.1-09

Medical Gas Piping Systems - Part 1: Pipelines for Medical Gases and Vacuum

3.7.5.2.(1)

 

316.

CSA / IAPMO

CSA B45.5-11 / IAPMO Z124-2011

Plastic Plumbing Fixtures

7.2.2.2.(6)

 

317.

CWC

2009

Engineering Guide for Wood Frame Construction

9.4.1.1.(1)

 

318.

DBR

Technical Paper No. 194, May 1965

Fire Endurance of Protected Steel Columns and Beams

Table 11.5.1.1.A.

Table 11.5.1.1.B.

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 

319.

DBR

Technical Paper No. 207, October 1965

Fire Endurance of Unit Masonry Walls

Table 11.5.1.1.A.

Table 11.5.1.1.B.

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 

320.

DBR

Technical Paper No. 222, June 1966

Fire Endurance of Light-Framed and Miscellaneous Assemblies

Table 11.5.1.1.A.

Table 11.5.1.1.B.

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 

321.

EPA

625/R-92/016 (1994)

Radon Prevention in the Design and Construction of Schools and Other Large Buildings

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

322.

FINA

2009

Rules and Regulations - FINA Facilities Rules 2009-2013 - FR5 Diving Facilities

3.11.4.1.(17)

 

323.

HI

2005

Hydronics Institute Manuals

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

324.

HRAI

2005

Digest

6.2.1.1.(1)

6.2.3.5.(1)

6.2.4.3.(13)

 

325.

HUD

Rehabilitation Guidelines 2000

Guideline on Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials and Assemblies

Table 11.5.1.1.A.

Table 11.5.1.1.B.

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 

326.

HVI

HVI 915-2009

Procedure for Loudness Rating of Residential Fan Products

9.32.3.9.(2)

Table 9.32.3.9.

 

327.

HVI

HVI 916-2009

Airflow Test Procedure

9.32.3.9.(1)

 

328.

ISO

3864-1: 2011

Graphical Symbols – Safety Colours and Safety Signs – Part 1: Design Principles for Safety Signs and Safety Markings

3.4.5.1.(2)

9.9.11.3.(2)

 

329.

ISO

7010: 2003

Graphical Symbols - Safety Colours and Safety Signs - Safety Signs Used in Workplaces and Public Areas

3.4.5.1.(2)

9.9.11.3.(2)

 

330.

ISO

8201: 1987(E)

Acoustics - Audible Emergency Evacuation Signal

3.2.4.20.(2)

 

331.

ISO

23599: 2012

Assistive Products for Blind and Vision-Impaired Persons –  Tactile Walking Surface Indicators

3.8.3.18.(1)

332.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SA-1, September 2,  2014

Objectives and Functional Statements Attributed to the Acceptable Solutions

1.2.1.1.(1) of Division A

1.2.1.1.(2) of Division A

 

333.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-1, September 2, 2014

Climatic and Seismic Data

1.1.2.1.(1)

1.1.2.1.(2)

3.2.6.2.(2)

3.3.1.7.(1)

5.2.1.1.(1)

5.2.1.1.(2)

6.2.1.1.(1)

6.2.1.7.(1)

7.4.10.4.(1)

9.4.1.1.(3)

9.4.2.2.(1)

Table 9.25.5.2.

Table 9.32.3.10.A.

9.33.3.2.(1)

 

334.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-2, September 2, 2014

Fire Performance Ratings

3.1.5.23.(1)

3.1.7.1.(2)

3.1.8.14.(2)

3.1.9.5.(1)

3.1.9.5.(2)

3.1.12.1.(3)

3.2.3.12.(1)

3.2.3.13.(4)

3.13.2.1.(8)

3.13.3.5.(1)

3.13.3.6.(2)

3.13.4.2.(7)

9.10.3.1.(1)

9.10.3.2.(1)

9.10.5.1.(4)

9.10.9.9.(1)

9.10.13.14.(1)

 

335.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-3, September 2, 2014

Fire and Sound Resistance of Building Assemblies

9.10.3.1.(1)

9.10.5.1.(4)

9.11.2.1.(1)

9.11.2.1.(2)

 

336.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-4, September 14, 2012

Measures for Fire Safety in High Buildings

3.2.6.2.(1)

3.2.6.2.(6)

3.2.6.5.(3)

3.2.6.9.(1)

3.2.6.10.(2)

3.2.6.14.(1)

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.

Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 

337.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-5, September 1, 2013

Approved Sewage Treatment Units

8.6.2.2.(5)

 

338.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-6, September 14, 2012

Percolation Times and Soil Descriptions

8.2.1.2.(2)

 

339.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-7, September 14, 2012

Guards for Housing and Small Buildings

9.8.8.2.(5)

 

340.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-8, September 14, 2012

Design, Construction and Installation of Anchorage Systems for Fixed Access Ladders

3.6.1.5.(1)

 

341.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-9, September 14, 2012

Requirements for Soil Gas Control

9.13.4.1.(1)

9.13.4.2.(2) to (4)

 

342.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-10, September 14, 2012

Energy Efficiency Requirements

Table 9.7.3.3.

12.2.1.1.(2)

12.2.1.2.(2)

12.2.2.1.(1)

12.2.3.1.(1)

 

343.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-11, September 14, 2012

Construction of Farm Buildings

1.3.1.2.(4) of Division A

 

344.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-12, September 2, 2014

Energy Efficiency for Housing

Table 9.7.3.3.

Table 11.5.1.1.C.

12.2.1.1.(3)

12.2.1.2.(3)

 

345.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SB-13, September 14, 2012

Glass in Guards

3.1.20.1.(1)

 

346.

MMAH

Supplementary Standard SC-1, September 14, 2012

Code of Conduct for Registered Code Agencies

3.7.4.1.(2) of Division C

 

347.

MOE

PIBS 6879 2008

Design Guidelines for Sewage Works

7.1.5.5.(2)

 

348.

MOE

PIBS 6881e 2008

Design Guidelines for Drinking-Water Systems

7.1.5.5.(1)

 

349.

NFPA

2014 Publication

National Fire Codes

6.2.1.1.(1)

 

350.

NFPA

13-2013

Installation of Sprinkler Systems

3.1.9.1.(4)

3.2.4.9.(2)

3.2.4.17.(1)

3.2.5.13.(1)

3.2.8.4.(7)

3.3.2.12.(3)

3.15.1.1.(3)

3.15.1.1.(4)

3.15.1.5.(2)

3.15.1.6.(2)

3.15.2.1.(1)

3.15.2.2.(1)

3.15.3.1.(1)

9.10.9.6.(11)

 

351.

NFPA

13D-2010

Installation of Sprinkler Systems in One- and Two-Family Dwellings and Manufactured Homes

3.2.5.13.(3)

 

352.

NFPA

13R-2010

Installation of Sprinkler Systems in Residential Occupancies up to and including Four Stories in Height

3.2.5.13.(2)

 

353.

NFPA

14-2010

Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems

3.2.9.2.(1)

 

354.

NFPA

20-2010

Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection

3.2.4.10.(4)

3.2.5.19.(1)

 

355.

NFPA

24-2013

Installation of Fire Service Mains and Their Appurtenances

7.2.11.1.(1)

 

356.

NFPA

68-2007

Explosion Protection by Deflagration Venting

3.3.6.3.(1)

3.3.6.4.(2)

3.3.6.4.(4)

 

357.

NFPA

72-2013

National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code

3.2.4.22.(13)

9.10.19.1.(2)

9.10.19.3.(3)

 

358.

NFPA

80-2010

Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives

3.1.8.5.(2)

3.1.8.10.(2)

3.1.8.14.(1)

3.1.9.1.(5)

3.13.3.1.(2)

9.10.9.6.(13)

9.10.13.1.(1)

 

359.

NFPA

82-2009

Incinerators, Waste and Linen Handling Systems and Equipment

6.2.6.1.(1)

9.10.10.5.(2)

 

360.

NFPA

91-2010

Exhaust Systems for Air Conveying of Vapors, Gases, Mists and Noncombustible Particulate Solids

6.2.13.4.(1)

 

361.

NFPA

96-2011

Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations

3.2.4.9.(2)

6.2.2.6.(1)

 

362.

NFPA

130-2010

Fixed Guideway Transit and Passenger Rail Systems

3.13.7.1.(1)

 

363.

NFPA

211-2010

Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents and Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances

6.3.1.2.(2)

6.3.1.3.(1)

 

364.

NFPA

214-2011

Water-Cooling Towers

6.2.3.14.(3)

 

365.

NFPA

701-2010

Fire Tests for Flame Propagation of Textiles and Films

3.14.1.6.(1)

3.14.2.5.(1)

 

366.

NLGA

2010

Standard Grading Rules for Canadian Lumber

1.4.1.2.(1) of Division A

9.3.2.1.(1)

Table 9.3.2.1.

Tables A-1 to A-10

 

367.

NRCan

January 2005, including all amendments, revisions and supplements effective to May 31, 2006

EnerGuide for New Houses: Administrative and Technical Procedures

12.2.1.1.(3)

12.2.1.2.(3)

 

368.

NSF

NSF/ANSI 46-2010

Evaluation of Components and Devices Used in Wastewater Treatment Systems

8.6.2.1.(2)

 

369.

NSF

NSF/ANSI 61-2013

Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects

7.2.10.7.(1)

 

370.

SMACNA

ANSI/SMACNA 006-2006, 3rd Edition 2005

HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible

6.2.1.1.(1)

6.2.4.2.(3)

6.2.4.3.(11)

6.2.4.3.(12)

 

371.

TPIC

2011

Truss Design Procedures and Specifications for Light Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses (Limit States Design)

9.23.13.11.(6)

 

372.

UL

ANSI/UL 300-2005

Fire Extinguishing Systems for Protection of Commercial Cooking Equipment

6.2.2.6.(2)

 

373.

UL

UL 2034-2008

Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms

6.2.12.3.(1)

9.33.4.3.(1)

 

374.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S101-07

Fire Endurance Tests of Building Construction and Materials

3.1.5.12.(3)

3.1.5.12.(4)

3.1.5.12.(6)

3.1.7.1.(1)

3.1.11.7.(1)

3.2.3.8.(1)

3.2.6.5.(6)

9.10.16.3.(1)

 

375.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S102-10

Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials and Assemblies

3.1.5.25.(1)

3.1.12.1.(1)

 

376.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S102.2-10

Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Flooring, Floor Coverings, and Miscellaneous Materials and Assemblies

3.1.12.1.(2)

3.1.13.4.(1)

 

377.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S102.3-07

Fire Test of Light Diffusers and Lenses

3.1.13.4.(1)

 

378.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S102.4-10

Fire and Smoke Characteristics of Electrical Wiring and Cables

3.1.5.18.(1)

3.1.5.20.(2)

3.6.4.3.(1)

 

379.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S104-10

Fire Tests of Door Assemblies

3.1.8.4.(1)

3.2.6.5.(3)

 

380.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S105-09

Fire Door Frames Meeting the Performance Required by CAN4-S104

9.10.13.6.(1)

 

381.

ULC

CAN4-S106-M80

Fire Tests of Window and Glass Block Assemblies

3.1.8.4.(1)

 

382.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S107-10

Fire Tests of Roof Coverings

3.1.15.1.(1)

 

383.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S109-03

Flame Tests of Flame-Resistant Fabrics and Films

3.1.16.1.(1)

3.14.1.6.(1)

3.14.2.5.(1)

6.2.3.16.(1)

6.2.3.17.(1)

6.2.4.9.(1)

 

384.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S110-07

Test for Air Ducts

6.2.3.2.(2)

6.2.3.2.(4)

 

385.

ULC

ULC-S111-07

Fire Tests for Air Filter Units

6.2.3.13.(1)

6.2.4.14.(1)

 

386.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S112-10

Fire Test of Fire-Damper Assemblies

3.1.8.4.(1)

 

387.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S112.1-10

Leakage Rated Dampers for Use in Smoke Control Systems

6.2.3.9.(3)

 

388.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S112.2-10

Fire Test of Ceiling Firestop Flap Assemblies

3.1.9.5.(2)

3.6.4.3.(2)

 

389.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S113-07

Wood Core Doors Meeting the Performance Required by CAN/ULC-S104 for Twenty Minute Fire Rated Closure Assemblies

9.10.13.2.(1)

 

390.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S114-05

Test for Determination of Non-Combustibility in Building Materials

1.4.1.2.(1) of Division A

 

391.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S115-11

Fire Tests of Firestop Systems

3.1.5.16.(3)

3.1.9.1.(1)

3.1.9.1.(2)

3.1.9.1.(3)

3.1.9.3.(7)

3.1.9.4.(3)

3.1.9.4.(7)

9.10.9.6.(2)

9.10.9.7.(3)

 

392.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S124-06

Test for the Evaluation of Protective Coverings for Foamed Plastic

3.1.5.12.(2)

 

393.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S126-06

Test for Fire Spread Under Roof-Deck Assemblies

3.1.14.1.(1)

3.1.14.2.(1)

 

394.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S134-92

Fire Test of Exterior Wall Assemblies

3.1.5.5.(1)

3.2.3.7.(3)

3.2.3.7.(6)

 

395.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S135-04

Test Method for the Determination of Combustibility Parameters of Building Materials Using an Oxygen Consumption Calorimeter (Cone Calorimeter)

3.1.5.1.(2)

 

396.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S138-06

Fire Test for Fire Growth of Insulated Building Panels in a Full-Scale Room Configuration

3.1.5.12.(7)

 

397.

ULC

ULC-S139-00

Fire Test for Evaluation of Integrity of Electrical Cables

3.2.7.10.(2)

3.2.7.10.(3)

 

398.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S143-09

Fire Tests for Non-Metallic Electrical and Optical Fibre Cable Raceways

3.1.5.20.(1)

 

399.

ULC

S505-1974

Fusible Links for Fire Protection Service

3.1.8.9.(1)

 

400.

ULC

S513-1978

Threaded Couplings for 38 mm and 65 mm Fire Hose

3.2.9.2.(7)

 

401.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S524-06

Installation of Fire Alarm Systems

3.1.8.12.(2)

3.1.8.12.(3)

3.2.4.5.(1)

3.2.4.22.(6)

3.2.4.22.(11)

9.10.19.4.(3)

9.10.19.6.(2)

 

402.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S531-02

Smoke Alarms

3.2.4.22.(1)

9.10.19.1.(1)

 

403.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S537-04

Verification of Fire Alarm Systems

3.2.4.5.(2)

3.2.4.22.(6)

 

404.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S543-09

Internal Lug Quick Connect Couplings for Fire Hose

3.2.9.2.(7)

 

405.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S553-02

Installation of Smoke Alarms

3.2.4.22.(9)

9.10.19.3.(2)

 

406.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S561-03

Installation and Services for Fire Signal Receiving Centres and Systems

3.2.4.8.(4)

 

407.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S572-10

Photoluminescent and Self-Luminous Signs and Path Marking Systems

3.4.5.1.(5)

9.9.11.3.(3)

 

408.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S610-M87

Factory-Built Fireplaces

9.22.8.1.(1)

 

409.

ULC

S628-93

Fireplace Inserts

9.22.10.1.(1)

 

410.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S629-M87

650ºC Factory-Built Chimneys

9.21.1.2.(1)

 

411.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S639-M87

Steel Liner Assemblies for Solid Fuel-Burning Masonry Fireplaces

9.22.2.3.(1)

 

412.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S701-11

Thermal Insulation, Polystyrene, Boards and Pipe Covering

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.15.4.1.(1)

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.25.2.2.(1)

9.25.2.2.(4)

 

413.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S702-09

Mineral Fibre Thermal Insulation for Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.25.2.2.(1)

 

414.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S703-09

Cellulose Fibre Insulation (CFI) for Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.25.2.2.(1)

 

415.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S704-11

Thermal Insulation, Polyurethane and Polyisocyanurate Boards, Faced

Table 5.10.1.1.

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.25.2.2.(1)

 

416.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S705.1-01

Thermal Insulation - Spray Applied Rigid Polyurethane Foam, Medium Density - Material - Specification

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.25.2.2.(1)

 

417.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S705.2-05

Thermal Insulation - Spray Applied Rigid Polyurethane Foam, Medium Density - Application 

5.3.1.3.(3)

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.25.2.5.(1)

 

418.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S706-09

Wood Fibre Thermal Insulation for Buildings

Table 5.10.1.1.

9.23.15.7.(3)

Table 9.23.16.2.A.

9.25.2.2.(1)

9.29.8.1.(1)

 

419.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S716.1-12

Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) – Materials and Systems

5.10.3.1.(1)

9.27.13.1.(1)

9.27.13.2.(1)

 

420.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S716.2-12

Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) – Installation of EIFS Components and Water Resistive Barrier

9.27.13.3.(2)

 

421.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S716.3-12

Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) – Design Application

9.27.13.3.(1)

 

422.

ULC

CAN/ULC-S741-08

Air Barrier Materials - Specification

5.4.1.2.(1)

 

423.

ULC

ULC/ORD-C263.1-99

Sprinkler-Protected Window Systems

3.1.8.18.(1)

 

424.

ULC

ULC/ORD-C199P-02

Combustible Piping for Sprinkler Systems

3.2.5.14.(2)

3.2.5.14.(5)

 

425.

ULC

ULC/ORD-C1254.6-1995

Fire Testing of Restaurant Cooking Area Fire Extinguishing System Units

6.2.2.6.(2)

3.6.4.3.(1)

 

426.

USDA

October 1993

Soil Survey Manual

8.2.1.2.(2)

 

Notes to Table 1.3.1.2.:

(1) Some titles have been abridged to omit superfluous wording.

Note: On January 1, 2017, Item 337 is revoked. (See: O. Reg. 332/12, Sentences 4.2.1.1.(2), 4.4.1.1.(3))

1.3.2. Abbreviations

1.3.2.1. Abbreviations of Proper Names

(1) In this Code, an abbreviation of proper names listed in Column 1 of Table 1.3.2.1. has the meaning assigned opposite it in Column 2.

Table 1.3.2.1.
Abbreviations of Proper Names

Item

Column 1

Abbreviation

Column 2

Meaning

1.

ACGIH

American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists

2.

AISI

American Iron and Steel Institute

3.

ANSI

American National Standards Institute

4.

APHA

American Public Health Association

5.

ASHRAE

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers

6.

ASME

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers

7.

ASPE

American Society of Plumbing Engineers

8.

ASSE

American Society of Sanitary Engineering

9.

ASTM

American Society for Testing and Materials

10.

AWPA

American Wood-Preservers’ Association

11.

AWS

American Welding Society

12.

AWWA

American Water Works Association

13.

BCMOH

British Columbia Ministry of Health

14.

BNQ

Bureau de Normalisation du Québec

15.

CAN

National Standard of Canada designation

 

 

The number or name following the CAN designation represents the agency under whose auspices the standard is issued.

 

 

 

 

CAN1 designates CGA,

 

 

CAN2 designates CGSB,

 

 

CAN3 designates CSA, and

 

 

CAN4 designates ULC.

16.

CCBFC

Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes

17.

CGSB

Canadian General Standards Board

18.

CSA

Canadian Standards Association

19.

CWC

Canadian Wood Council

20.

DBR

Division of Building Research, known as the Institute for Research in Construction since 1985

 

 

21.

EPA

Environmental Protection Agency

22.

FINA

Fédération Internationale de Natation

23.

HI

Hydronics Institute

24.

HRAI

Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Institute of Canada

25.

HUD

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

26.

HVI

Home Ventilating Institute

27.

IESNA

Illuminating Engineering Society of North America

28.

ISO

International Organization for Standardization

29.

MMAH

Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing

30.

MOE

Ontario Ministry of the Environment

31.

NFPA

National Fire Protection Association

32.

NLGA

National Lumber Grades Authority

33.

NRCan

Natural Resources Canada

34

NSF

NSF International, formerly called National Sanitation Federation

35.

SMACNA

Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association Inc.

36.

TC

Transport Canada

37.

TPIC

Truss Plate Institute of Canada

38.

UL

Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

39.

ULC

Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada

40.

USDA

United States Department of Agriculture

41.

WEF

World Environment Federation

O. Reg. 332/12, Division B, Part 1; O. Reg. 361/13, ss. 3 (1-9, 11-19), 4.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Table 1.3.2.1. is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 7, 168 (2))

Table 1.3.2.1.
Abbreviations of Proper Names

 

Item

Column 1

Abbreviation

Column 2

Meaning

1.

ACGIH

American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists

2.

AISI

American Iron and Steel Institute

3.

ANSI

American National Standards Institute

4.

APHA

American Public Health Association

5.

ASHRAE

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers

6.

ASME

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers

7.

ASPE

American Society of Plumbing Engineers

8.

ASSE

American Society of Sanitary Engineering

9.

ASTM

American Society for Testing and Materials

10.

AWPA

American Wood-Preservers’ Association

11.

AWS

American Welding Society

12.

AWWA

American Water Works Association

13.

BCMOH

British Columbia Ministry of Health

14.

BNQ

Bureau de Normalisation du Québec

15.

CAN

National Standard of Canada designation

The number or name following the CAN designation represents the agency under whose auspices the standard is issued.

CAN1 designates CGA,

CAN2 designates CGSB,

CAN3 designates CSA, and

CAN4 designates ULC.

16.

CCBFC

Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes

17.

CGSB

Canadian General Standards Board

18.

CSA

Canadian Standards Association

19.

CWC

Canadian Wood Council

20.

DBR

Division of Building Research, known as the Institute for Research in Construction since 1985

21.

EPA

Environmental Protection Agency

22.

FINA

Fédération Internationale de Natation

23.

HI

Hydronics Institute

24.

HRAI

Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Institute of Canada

25.

HUD

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

26.

HVI

Home Ventilating Institute

27.

IAPMO

International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials

28.

IESNA

Illuminating Engineering Society of North America

29.

ISO

International Organization for Standardization

30.

MMAH

Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing

31.

MOE

Ontario Ministry of the Environment

32.

NFPA

National Fire Protection Association

33.

NLGA

National Lumber Grades Authority

34.

NRCan

Natural Resources Canada

35

NSF

NSF International, formerly called National Sanitation Federation

36.

SMACNA

Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association Inc.

37.

TC

Transport Canada

38.

TPIC

Truss Plate Institute of Canada

39.

UL

Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

40.

ULC

Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada

41.

USDA

United States Department of Agriculture

42.

WEF

World Environment Federation

Part 2

(Reserved)

Part 3
Fire Protection, Occupant Safety and Accessibility

Section

3.1.

General

 

3.1.1.

Scope

 

3.1.2.

Classification of Buildings or Parts of Buildings by Major Occupancy

 

3.1.3.

Multiple Occupancy Requirements

 

3.1.4.

Combustible Construction

 

3.1.5.

Noncombustible Construction

 

3.1.6.

Reserved

 

3.1.7.

Fire-Resistance Ratings

 

3.1.8.

Fire Separations and Closures

 

3.1.9.

Penetrations in Fire Separations and Fire-Rated Assemblies

 

3.1.10.

Firewalls

 

3.1.11.

Fire Blocks in Concealed Spaces

 

3.1.12.

Flame-Spread Rating and Smoke Developed Classification

 

3.1.13.

Interior Finish

 

3.1.14.

Roof Assemblies

 

3.1.15.

Roof Covering

 

3.1.16.

Fabrics

 

3.1.17.

Occupant Load

 

3.1.18.

Drainage and Grades

 

3.1.19.

Above Ground Electrical Conductors

 

3.1.20.

Glass in Guards

 

 

 

Section

3.2.

Building Fire Safety

 

3.2.1.

General

 

3.2.2.

Building Size and Construction Relative to Occupancy

 

3.2.3.

Spatial Separation and Exposure Protection

 

3.2.4.

Fire Alarm and Detection Systems

 

3.2.5.

Provisions for Firefighting

 

3.2.6.

Additional Requirements for High Buildings

 

3.2.7.

Lighting and Emergency Power Systems

 

3.2.8.

Mezzanines and Openings through Floor Assemblies

 

3.2.9.

Standpipe Systems

 

 

 

Section

3.3.

Safety Within Floor Areas

 

3.3.1.

All Floor Areas

 

3.3.2.

Assembly Occupancy

 

3.3.3.

Care, Care and Treatment or Detention Occupancy

 

3.3.4.

Residential Occupancy

 

3.3.5.

Industrial Occupancy

 

3.3.6.

Design of Hazardous Areas

 

 

 

Section

3.4.

Exits

 

3.4.1.

General

 

3.4.2.

Number and Location of Exits from Floor Areas

 

3.4.3.

Width and Height of Exits

 

3.4.4.

Fire Separation of Exits

 

3.4.5.

Exit Signs

 

3.4.6.

Types of Exit Facilities

 

3.4.7.

Fire Escapes

 

 

 

Section

3.5.

Vertical Transportation

 

3.5.1.

General

 

3.5.2.

Elevator Requirements

 

3.5.3.

Fire Separations

 

3.5.4.

Dimensions and Signs

 

 

 

Section

3.6.

Service Facilities

 

3.6.1.

General

 

3.6.2.

Service Rooms

 

3.6.3.

Vertical Service Spaces and Service Facilities

 

3.6.4.

Horizontal Service Spaces and Service Facilities

 

 

 

Section

3.7.

Health Requirements

 

3.7.1.

Height and Area of Rooms

 

3.7.2.

Windows

 

3.7.3.

Reserved

 

3.7.4.

Plumbing Facilities

 

3.7.5.

Health Care Facility Systems

 

3.7.6.

Food Premises

 

 

 

Section

3.8.

Barrier-Free Design

 

3.8.1.

General

 

3.8.2.

Occupancy Requirements

 

3.8.3.

Design Standards

 

 

 

Section

3.9.

Portable Classrooms

 

3.9.1.

Scope

 

3.9.2.

Interior Finish

 

3.9.3.

Application

 

 

 

Section

3.10.

Self-Service Storage Buildings

 

3.10.1.

Scope

 

3.10.2.

Requirements for All Buildings

 

3.10.3.

Additional Requirements for Buildings Containing more than 1 Storey

 

3.10.4.

Additional Requirements for 1 Storey Buildings

 

 

 

Section

3.11.

Public Pools

 

3.11.1.

General

 

3.11.2.

Designations of Public Pools

 

3.11.3.

Pool and Pool Deck Design and Construction Requirements for All Class A and Class B Pools

 

3.11.4.

Public Pools Equipped with Diving Boards or Diving Platforms

 

3.11.5.

Ramps into Public Pools in Group B, Division 2 or 3, Major Occupancies

 

3.11.5.

Ramps into Public Pools

 

3.11.6.

Modified Pools

 

3.11.7.

Wave Action Pools

 

3.11.8.

Recirculation for Public Pools

 

3.11.9.

Dressing Rooms, Locker Facilities and Plumbing Facilities for All Public Pools

 

3.11.10.

Emergency Provisions for All Public Pools

 

3.11.11.

Service Rooms and Storage for All Public Pools

 

 

 

Section

3.12.

Public Spas

 

3.12.1.

General

 

3.12.2.

Public Spa and Deck Design and Construction Requirements

 

3.12.3.

Ramps into Public Spas

 

3.12.3.

Ramps and Access into Public Spas

 

3.12.4.

Water Circulation for Public Spas

 

3.12.5.

Emergency Provisions for All Public Spas

 

3.12.6.

Service Rooms and Storage for All Public Spas

 

 

 

Section

3.13.

Rapid Transit Stations

 

3.13.1.

Scope and Definitions

 

3.13.2.

Construction Requirements

 

3.13.3.

Safety Requirements Within Stations

 

3.13.4.

Means of Egress

 

3.13.5.

Fire Safety Provisions

 

3.13.6.

Required Sanitary Facilities

 

3.13.7.

Emergency Ventilation

 

3.13.8.

Barrier-Free Design

 

 

 

Section

3.14.

Tents and Air-Supported Structures

 

3.14.1.

Tents

 

3.14.2.

Air-Supported Structures

 

 

 

Section

3.15.

Signs

 

3.15.1.

Scope

 

3.15.2.

Alterations

 

3.15.3

Structural Requirements

 

3.15.4.

Plastic Sign Facing Materials

 

3.15.5

Location Restrictions

 

 

 

Section

3.16.

Shelf and Rack Storage Systems

 

3.16.1.

Scope

 

3.16.2.

Storage of Class I, II, III and IV Commodities

 

3.16.3.

Storage of Group A, B and C Plastics and Rubber Tires

 

 

 

Section

3.17.

Additional Requirements For Change of Use

 

3.17.

Additional Requirements for Existing Buildings

 

3.17.1.

Scope

 

3.17.2.

Additional Construction

Section 3.1. General

3.1.1. Scope

3.1.1.1. Scope

(1) The scope of this Part shall be as described in Subsection 1.1.2. of Division A.

3.1.1.2. Radon

(1) In addition to all other requirements, a building in the following designated areas shall be designed and constructed so that the annual average concentration of radon 222 does not exceed 200 Bq/m3 of air and the annual average concentration of the short lived daughters of radon 222 does not exceed 0.02 working levels inside the building:

(a) the City of Elliot Lake in the Territorial District of Algoma,

(b) the Township of Faraday in the County of Hastings, and

(c) the geographic Township of Hyman in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

3.1.1.3. Building in Flood Plains

(1) Buildings constructed on flood plains shall,

(a) be designed and constructed in accordance with good engineering practice to withstand anticipated vertical and horizontal hydrostatic pressures acting on the structure, and

(b) incorporate floodproofing measures that will preserve the integrity of exits and means of egress during times of flooding.

3.1.2. Classification of Buildings or Parts of Buildings by Major Occupancy

3.1.2.1. Classification of Buildings

(1) Except as provided by Articles 3.1.2.3. to 3.1.2.7., every building or part of it shall be classified according to its major occupancy as belonging to one of the Groups or Divisions described in Table 3.1.2.1.

(2) A building intended for use by more than one major occupancy shall be classified according to all major occupancies for which it is used or intended to be used.

Table 3.1.2.1.
Major Occupancy Classification

Forming Part of Sentences 3.1.2.1.(1), 3.1.2.2.(1) and 3.11.2.1.(3)

Item

Column 1

Group

Column 2

Division

Column 3

Description of Major Occupancies

1.

A

1

Assembly occupancies intended for the production and viewing of the performing arts

2.

A

2

Assembly occupancies not elsewhere classified in Group A

3.

A

3

Assembly occupancies of the arena type

4.

A

4

Assembly occupancies in which occupants are gathered in the open air

5.

B

1

Detention occupancies

6.

B

2

Care and treatment occupancies

7.

B

3

Care occupancies

8.

C

---

Residential occupancies

9.

D

---

Business and personal services occupancies

10.

E

---

Mercantile occupancies

11.

F

1

High hazard industrial occupancies

12.

F

2

Medium hazard industrial occupancies

13.

F

3

Low hazard industrial occupancies

3.1.2.2. Occupancies of the Same Classification

(1) Any building is deemed to be occupied by a single major occupancy, notwithstanding its use for more than one major occupancy, provided that all occupancies are classified as belonging to the same Group classification or, where the Group is divided into Divisions, as belonging to the same Division classification described in Table 3.1.2.1.

3.1.2.3. Arena Type Buildings

(1) An arena type building intended for occasional use for trade shows and similar exhibition purposes shall be classified as Group A, Division 3 occupancy.

3.1.2.4. Police Stations

(1) A police station with detention quarters is permitted to be classified as a Group B, Division 2 major occupancy provided the station is not more than 1 storey in building height and 600 m2 in building area.

3.1.2.5. Group B, Division 3 Occupancies

(1) Group B, Division 3 occupancies are permitted to be classified as Group C major occupancies provided,

(a) the occupants live as a single housekeeping unit in a suite with sleeping accommodation for not more than 10 persons, and

(b) not more than two occupants require assistance in evacuation in case of an emergency.

3.1.2.6. Restaurants

(1) A restaurant is permitted to be classified as a Group E major occupancy provided the restaurant is designed to accommodate not more than 30 persons consuming food or drink.

3.1.2.7. Storage of Combustible Fibres

(1) Buildings or parts of them used for the storage of baled combustible fibres shall be classified as medium hazard industrial occupancies.

3.1.3. Multiple Occupancy Requirements

3.1.3.1. Separation of Major Occupancies

(1) Except as permitted by Sentences (2) and (3), major occupancies shall be separated from adjoining major occupancies by fire separations having fire-resistance ratings conforming to Table 3.1.3.1.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Sentence (1) is amended by striking out “Except as permitted by Sentences (2) and (3)” at the beginning and substituting “Except as provided by Sentences (2) to (5)”. (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 8 (1), 168 (2))

Table 3.1.3.1.
Major Occupancy Fire Separations(1)

Forming Part of Sentence 3.1.3.1.(1)

Item

Column 1

Col. 2

Col. 3

Col. 4

Col. 5

Col. 6

Col. 7

Col. 8

Col. 9

Col. 10

Col. 11

Col. 12

Col. 13

Col. 14

 

Major Occupancy

Minimum Fire-Resistance Rating of Fire Separation, h (1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adjoining Major Occupancy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A-1

A-2

A-3

A-4

B-1

B-2

B-3

C

D

E

F-1

F-2

F-3

1.

A-1

---

1

1

1

2

2

2

1

1

2

(2)

2

1

2.

A-2

1

---

1

1

2

2

2

1

1

2

(2)

2

1

3.

A-3

1

1

---

1

2

2

2

1

1

2

(2)

2

1

4.

A-4

1

1

1

---

2

2

2

1

1

2

(2)

2

1

5.

B-1

2

2

2

2

---

2

2

2

2

2

(2)

2

2

6.

B-2

2

2

2

2

2

---

1

2

2

2

(2)

2

2

7.

B-3

2

2

2

2

2

1

---

2

2

2

(2)

2

2

8.

C

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

---

1

2(3)

(2)

2(4)

1

9.

D

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

1

---

---

3

---

---

10.

E

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2(3)

---

---

3

---

---

11.

F-1

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

3

3

---

2

2

12.

F-2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2(4)

---

---

2

---

---

13.

F-3

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

1

---

---

2

---

---

Notes to Table 3.1.3.1.:

(1) Section 3.3. contains requirements for the separation of occupancies and tenancies that are in addition to the requirements for the separation of major occupancies.

(2) See Sentence 3.1.3.2.(1).

(3) See Sentence 3.1.3.1.(2).

(4) See Sentence 3.1.3.2.(2).

Note: On January 1, 2015, Table 3.1.3.1. is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 8 (2), 168 (2))

Table 3.1.3.1.
Major Occupancy Fire Separations(1)

Forming Part of Sentence 3.1.3.1.(1)

 

Item

Column 1

Col. 2

Col. 3

Col. 4

Col. 5

Col. 6

Col. 7

Col. 8

Col. 9

Col. 10

Col. 11

Col. 12

Col. 13

Col. 14

 

Major Occupancy

Minimum Fire-Resistance Rating of Fire Separation, h (1)

 

 

 

 

 

Adjoining Major Occupancy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A-1

A-2

A-3

A-4

B-1

B-2

B-3

C

D

E

F-1

F-2

F-3

1.

A-1

N/A

1

1

1

2

2

2

1

1

2

N/A

2

1

2.

A-2

1

N/A

1

1

2

2

2

1(2)

1(3)

2

N/A

2

1

3.

A-3

1

1

N/A

1

2

2

2

1

1

2

N/A

2

1

4.

A-4

1

1

1

N/A

2

2

2

1

1

2

N/A

2

1

5.

B-1

2

2

2

2

N/A

2

2

2

2

2

N/A

2

2

6.

B-2

2

2

2

2

2

N/A

1

2

2

2

N/A

2

2

7.

B-3

2

2

2

2

2

1

N/A

2

2

2

N/A

2

2

8.

C

1

1(2)

1

1

2

2

2

N/A

1

2(4)

N/A

2

1

9.

D

1

1(3)

1

1

2

2

2

1

N/A

N/A

3

N/A

N/A

10.

E

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2(4)

N/A

N/A

3

N/A

N/A

11.

F-1

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

3

3

N/A

2

2

12.

F-2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

N/A

N/A

2

N/A

N/A

13.

F-3

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

1

N/A

N/A

2

N/A

N/A

Notes to Table 3.1.3.1.:

(1) Section 3.3. contains requirements for the separation of occupancies and tenancies that are in addition to the requirements for the separation of major occupancies.

(2) See Sentence 3.1.3.1.(3).

(3) See Sentence 3.1.3.1.(4).

(4) See Sentence 3.1.3.1.(2).

(2) In a building not more than 3 storeys in building height, if not more than two dwelling units are contained together with a Group E major occupancy, the fire-resistance rating of the fire separation between the two major occupancies need not be more than 1 h.

(3) The fire separations required between major occupancies in Sentence (1) are permitted to be penetrated by floor openings protected in conformance with Subsection 3.2.8., except for fire separations for Group F, Division 1 major occupancies and for mezzanines described in Sentence 3.2.8.2.(1).

Note: On January 1, 2015, Sentence (3) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 8 (3), 168 (2))

(3) In a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A., a fire separation with a 2 h fire-resistance rating is required between the Group C and Group A, Division 2 major occupancies.

(4) In a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.50A., a fire separation with a 2 h fire-resistance rating is required between the Group D and Group A, Division 2 major occupancies.

(5) The fire separations required between major occupancies in Sentence (1) are permitted to be penetrated by floor openings protected in conformance with Subsection 3.2.8., except for fire separations for Group F, Division 1 major occupancies and for mezzanines described in Sentence 3.2.8.2.(1).

3.1.3.2. Prohibition of Occupancy Combinations

(1) No major occupancy of Group F, Division 1 shall be contained within a building with any occupancy classified as Group A, B or C.

(2) Except as provided in Sentence (4) and Sentence 3.10.2.4.(9), not more than one suite of residential occupancy shall be contained within a building classified as a Group F, Division 2 major occupancy.

(3) A sleeping room or sleeping area shall not open directly into a room or area where food is intended to be stored, prepared, processed, distributed, served, sold or offered for sale.

(4) A Group F, Division 2 major occupancy is permitted in a building containing only live/work units if the occupancy is for the exclusive use of the occupants of the live/work units.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Article 3.1.3.2. is amended by adding the following Sentences: (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 9, 168 (2))

(5) A building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. shall not contain,

(a) a Group A, Division 1 or 3, Group B, or Group F, Division 1 or 2 major occupancy,

(b) a Group A, Division 2 or a Group E major occupancy above the second storey, or

(c) except as permitted by Sentence (6), a Group F, Division 3 major occupancy.

(6) A storage garage below the third storey is permitted in a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A.

3.1.4. Combustible Construction

3.1.4.1. Combustible Materials Permitted

(1) A building permitted to be of combustible construction is permitted to be constructed of combustible materials, with or without noncombustible components.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Sentence (1) is amended by adding “Except as required by this Part” at the beginning. (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 10, 168 (2))

3.1.4.2. Protection of Foamed Plastics

(1) Foamed plastics that form part of a wall or ceiling assembly in combustible construction shall be protected from adjacent spaces in the building, other than adjacent concealed spaces within attic or roof spaces, crawl spaces, and wall assemblies,

(a) by one of the interior finishes described in Subsections 9.29.4. to 9.29.9.,

(b) by any thermal barrier that meets the requirements of Sentence 3.1.5.12.(2), or

(c) where the building does not contain a Group B or Group C major occupancy, by sheet metal,

(i) mechanically fastened to the supporting assembly independent of the insulation,

(ii) not less than 0.38 mm thick, and

(iii) with a melting point not below 650°C.

(2) The flame-spread rating on any exposed surface of combustible insulation, or any surface that would be exposed by cutting through it in any direction, shall be not more than 500.

3.1.4.3. Wires and Cables

(1) Except as permitted by Sentences (2) and (3), optical fibre cables and electrical wires and cables with combustible insulation, jackets or sheathes installed in a building permitted to be of combustible construction shall,

(a) not convey flame or continue to burn for more than 1 min when tested in conformance with the Vertical Flame Test in Clause 4.11.1. of CSA C22.2 No. 0.3, “Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables” (FT1 Rating), or

(b) be located in,

(i) totally enclosed noncombustible raceways,

(ii) concealed spaces in walls,

(iii) concrete slabs, or

(iv) totally enclosed nonmetallic raceways conforming to Clause 3.1.5.20(1)(b).

(2) The requirement in Clause (1)(a) is considered to be met where the wires and cables,

(a) exhibit a vertical char of not more than 1.5 m when tested in conformance with the Vertical Flame Test – Cables in Cabletrough in Clause 4.11.4. of CSA C22.2 No. 0.3, “Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables” (FT4 Rating), or

(b) exhibit a flame-spread of not more than 1.5 m, a smoke density of not more than 0.5 at peak optical density and a smoke density not more than 0.15 at average optical density when tested in conformance with the Flame and Smoke Test in the Appendix to CSA C22.2 No. 0.3, “Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables” (FT6 Rating).

(3) Service-entrance cables for communication and community antennae distribution systems need not conform to Sentence (1) provided,

(a) the service-entrance cables are located in a building permitted to be of combustible construction and are not more than 3 m in length from the point of entry into the building or from the point of leaving protection as required in Clause (1)(b), or

(b) the service-entrance cables enter into an electrical or telephone service room separated from the remainder of the building by a fire separation having a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h.

3.1.4.4. Nonmetallic Raceways

(1) Totally enclosed nonmetallic raceways used in a plenum in a building permitted to be of combustible construction shall meet the requirements of Clause 3.1.5.20.(1)(a).

3.1.4.5. Fire-Retardant Treated Wood

(1) If fire-retardant treated wood is specified in this Part, the wood shall,

(a) be pressure impregnated with fire-retardant chemicals in conformance with CAN/CSA-O80 Series-M, “Wood Preservation”, and

(b) have a flame-spread rating not more than 25.

3.1.4.6. Heavy Timber Construction Alternative

(1) If combustible construction is permitted and is not required to have a fire-resistance rating more than 45 min, heavy timber construction is permitted to be used.

(2) If heavy timber construction is permitted, it shall conform to Article 3.1.4.7.

3.1.4.7. Heavy Timber Construction

(1) Wood elements in heavy timber construction shall be arranged in heavy solid masses and with essentially smooth flat surfaces to avoid thin sections and sharp projections.

(2) Except as permitted by Sentences (3) to (6) and (12), the minimum dimensions of wood elements in heavy timber construction shall conform to Table 3.1.4.7.

Table 3.1.4.7.
Heavy Timber Dimensions

Forming Part of Sentence 3.1.4.7.(2)

Item

Column 1

Supported Assembly

Column 2

Structural Element

Column 3

Solid Sawn (width × depth), mm × mm

Column 4

Glued-Laminated (width × depth), mm × mm

Column 5

Round (diam), mm

1.

Roofs only

Columns

140 × 191

130 × 190

180

 

 

Arches supported on the tops of walls or abutments

89 × 140

80 × 152

---

 

 

Beams, girders and trusses

89 × 140

80 × 152

---

 

 

Arches supported at or near the floor line

140 × 140

130 × 152

---

2.

Floors, floors plus roofs

Columns

191 × 191

175 × 190

200

 

 

Beams, girders, trusses and arches

140 × 241 or 191 × 191

130 × 228 or 175 × 190

---

(3) Where splice plates are used at splices of roof arches supported on the tops of walls or abutments, roof trusses, roof beams and roof girders in heavy timber construction, they shall be not less than 64 mm thick.

(4) Floors in heavy timber construction shall be of glued-laminated or solid sawn plank not less than,

(a) 64 mm thick, splined or tongued and grooved, or

(b) 38 mm wide and 89 mm deep set on edge and well-spiked together.

(5) Floors in heavy timber construction shall be laid,

(a) so that no continuous line of end joints will occur except at points of support, and covered with,

(i) tongued and grooved flooring not less than 19 mm thick laid cross-wise or diagonally, or

(ii) tongued and grooved phenolic-bonded plywood, strandboard or waferboard not less than 12.5 mm thick, and

(b) not closer than 15 mm to the walls to provide for expansion, with the gap covered at the top or bottom.

(6) Roofs in heavy timber construction shall be of tongued and grooved phenolic-bonded plywood not less than 28 mm thick, or glued-laminated or solid sawn plank that is,

(a) not less than 38 mm thick, splined or tongued and grooved, or

(b) not less than 38 mm wide and 64 mm deep set on edge and laid so that no continuous line of end joints will occur except at the points of support.

(7) Wood columns in heavy timber construction shall be continuous or superimposed throughout all storeys.

(8) Superimposed wood columns in heavy timber construction shall be connected by,

(a) reinforced concrete or metal caps with brackets,

(b) steel or iron caps with pintles and base plates, or

(c) timber splice plates fastened to the columns by metal connectors housed within the contact faces.

(9) Where beams and girders in heavy timber construction enter masonry, wall plates, boxes of the self-releasing type or hangers shall be used.

(10) Wood girders and beams in heavy timber construction shall be closely fitted to columns, and adjoining ends shall be connected by ties or caps to transfer horizontal loads across the joints.

(11) In heavy timber construction, intermediate wood beams used to support a floor shall be supported on top of the girders or on metal hangers into which the ends of the beams are closely fitted.

(12) Roof arches supported on the tops of walls or abutments, roof trusses, roof beams and roof girders in heavy timber construction are permitted to be not less than 64 mm wide provided,

(a) where two or more spaced members are used, the intervening spaces are,

(i) blocked solidly throughout, or

(ii) tightly closed by a continuous wood cover plate not less than 38 mm thick secured to the underside of the members, or

(b) the space below the roof deck or sheathing is sprinklered.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Subsection 3.1.4. is amended by adding the following Articles: (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 11, 168 (2))

3.1.4.8. Cladding

(1) Except as permitted by Sentence 3.2.3.7.(6), cladding for a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. that exceeds 4 storeys in building height or cladding for a fire compartment in such a building shall be noncombustible.

3.1.4.9. Combustible Piping

(1) Except as provided by Sentence (2), combustible piping and tubing and associated adhesives used in a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. shall have a flame-spread rating not more than 25.

(2) Sentence (1) does not apply to,

(a) combustible sprinkler piping and associated adhesives,

(b) combustible tubing for pneumatic controls and associated adhesives, provided the tubing has an outside diameter not more than 10 mm,

(c) combustible piping and tubing and associated adhesives used in public pools and public spas, and

(d) combustible piping and tubing and associated adhesives concealed in a concrete floor slab.

3.1.5. Noncombustible Construction

3.1.5.1. Noncombustible Materials

(1) Except as permitted by Sentences (2) to (4) and Articles 3.1.5.2. to 3.1.5.25., 3.1.13.4. and 3.2.2.16., a building or part of a building required to be of noncombustible construction, shall be constructed with noncombustible materials.

(2) Notwithstanding the definition for noncombustible materials stated in Article 1.4.1.2. of Division A, a material is permitted to be used in noncombustible construction provided that, when tested in accordance with CAN/ULC-S135, “Test Method for the Determination of Combustibility Parameters of Building Materials Using an Oxygen Consumption Calorimeter (Cone Calorimeter)”, at a heat flux of 50 kW/m2,

(a) its average total heat release is not more than 3 MJ/m2,

(b) its average total smoke extinction area is not more than 1.0 m2, and

(c) the test duration is extended beyond the time stipulated in the referenced standard until it is clear that there is no further release of heat or smoke.

(3) If a material referred to in Sentence (2) consists of a number of discrete layers and testing reveals that the surface layer or layers protect the underlying layers such that the complete combustion of the underlying layers does not occur, the test shall be repeated by removing the outer layers sequentially until all layers have been exposed during testing, or until complete combustion has occurred.

(4) The acceptance criteria for a material tested in accordance with Sentence (3) shall be based on the cumulative emissions from all layers, which must not exceed the criteria stated in Clauses (2)(a) and (b).

3.1.5.2. Minor Combustible Components

(1) The following minor combustible components are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction:

(a) paint,

(b) mastics and caulking materials applied to provide flexible seals between the major components of exterior wall construction,

(c) fire stops conforming to Sentence 3.1.9.1.(1) and fire blocks conforming to Article 3.1.11.7.,

(d) tubing for pneumatic controls provided it has an outside diameter not more than 10 mm,

(e) adhesives, vapour barriers and sheathing papers,

(f) electrical outlet and junction boxes,

(g) wood blocking within wall assemblies intended for the attachment of handrails, fixtures, and similar items mounted on the surface of the wall, and

(h) similar minor components.

3.1.5.3. Combustible Roofing Materials

(1) Combustible roof covering that has an A, B or C classification determined in conformance with Subsection 3.1.15. is permitted on a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

(2) Combustible roof sheathing and roof sheathing supports installed above a concrete deck are permitted on a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided,

(a) the concrete deck is not less than 50 mm thick,

(b) the height of the roof space above the deck is not more than 1 000 mm,

(c) the roof space is divided into compartments by fire blocks in conformance with Article 3.1.11.5.,

(d) openings through the concrete deck, other than for noncombustible roof drains and plumbing piping, are protected by masonry or concrete shafts,

(i) constructed as fire separations having a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h, and

(ii) extending from the concrete deck to not less than 150 mm above the adjacent roof sheathing,

(e) the perimeter of the roof is protected by a noncombustible parapet extending from the concrete deck to not less than 150 mm above the adjacent sheathing, and

(f) except as permitted by Clause (d), the roof space does not contain any building services.

(3) Combustible cant strips, roof curbs, nailing strips and similar components used in the installation of roofing are permitted on a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

(4) Wood nailer facings to parapets, not more than 600 mm high, are permitted on a building required to be of noncombustible construction, if the facings and any roof membranes covering the facings are protected by sheet metal.

3.1.5.4. Combustible Glazing and Skylights

(1) Combustible skylight assemblies are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction if the assemblies have a flame-spread rating not more than,

(a) 150, provided the assemblies,

(i) have an individual area not more than 9 m2,

(ii) have an aggregate horizontal projected area of the openings through the ceiling not more than 25% of the area of the ceiling of the room or space in which they are located, and

(iii) are spaced not less than 2 500 mm from adjacent assemblies and 1 200 mm from required fire separations, or

(b) 75, provided the assemblies,

(i) have an individual area not more than 27 m2,

(ii) have an aggregate horizontal projected area of the openings through the ceiling not more than 33% of the area of the ceiling of the room or space in which they are located, and

(iii) are spaced not less than 1 200 mm from adjacent assemblies and from required fire separations.

(2) Combustible vertical glazing installed no higher than the second storey is permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

(3) Except as permitted by Sentence (4), the combustible vertical glazing permitted by Sentence (2) shall have a flame-spread rating not more than 75.

(4) The flame-spread rating of combustible glazing in Sentence (2) is permitted to be not more than 150 if the aggregate area of glazing is not more than 25% of the wall area of the storey in which it is located, and,

(a) the glazing is installed in a building not more than 1 storey in building height,

(b) the glazing in the first storey is separated from the glazing in the second storey in accordance with the requirements of Article 3.2.3.17. for opening protection, or

(c) sprinklers are installed in,

(i) any storey with combustible glazing, and

(ii) the storey immediately above the storey with combustible glazing.

(5) Combustible window sashes and frames are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided,

(a) each window in an exterior wall face is an individual unit separated by noncombustible wall construction from every other opening in the wall,

(b) windows in exterior walls in contiguous storeys are separated by not less than 1 000 mm of noncombustible construction, and

(c) the aggregate area of openings in an exterior wall face of a fire compartment is not more than 40% of the area of the wall face.

3.1.5.5. Combustible Components for Exterior Walls

(1) Except as required by Sentence (2), an exterior non-loadbearing wall assembly that includes combustible components is permitted to be used in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided,

(a) the building is,

(i) not more than 3 storeys in building height, or

(ii) not more than 6 storeys in building height if sprinklered,

(b) the interior surfaces of the wall assembly are protected by a thermal barrier conforming to Sentence 3.1.5.12.(3), and

(c) the wall assembly satisfies the criteria of Sentences (3) and (4) when subjected to testing in conformance with CAN/ULC-S134, “Fire Test of Exterior Wall Assemblies”.

(2) Except as permitted by Articles 3.2.3.10. and 3.2.3.11., where the area of unprotected openings determined in accordance with Tables 3.2.3.1.B. to 3.2.3.1.E. is required to be not more than 10% of the exposing building face, the construction requirements of Table 3.2.3.7. shall be met.

(3) Flaming on or in the wall assembly shall not spread more than 5 m above the opening during the test procedure referenced in Sentence (1).

(4) The heat flux during the flame exposure on a wall assembly shall be not more than 35 kW/m2 measured 3.5 m above the opening during the test procedure referenced in Sentence (1).

(5) A wall assembly permitted by Sentence (1) that includes combustible cladding of fire-retardant treated wood shall be tested for fire exposure after the cladding has been subjected to an accelerated weathering test as specified in ASTM D2898, “Accelerated Weathering on Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing”.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Sentence (5) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 12, 168 (2))

(5) A wall assembly permitted by Sentence (1) that includes combustible cladding of fire-retardant treated wood shall be tested for fire exposure after the cladding has been conditioned in conformance with ASTM D2898, “Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing”.

(6) The requirements in this Article do not apply where foamed plastic insulation is used in an exterior wall assembly of a building and the insulation is protected in conformance with Sentences 3.2.3.8.(1) and (2).

3.1.5.6. Nailing Elements

(1) Wood nailing elements attached directly to or set into a continuous noncombustible backing for the attachment of interior finishes, are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided the concealed space created by the wood elements is not more than 50 mm thick.

3.1.5.7. Combustible Millwork

(1) Combustible millwork, including interior trim, doors and door frames, show windows together with their frames, aprons and backing, handrails, shelves, cabinets and counters, is permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

3.1.5.8. Combustible Flooring Elements

(1) Combustible stage flooring supported on noncombustible structural members is permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

(2) Wood members more than 50 mm but not more than 375 mm high applied directly to or set into a noncombustible floor slab are permitted for the construction of a raised platform in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided the concealed spaces created are divided into compartments by fire blocks in conformance with Sentence 3.1.11.3.(2).

(3) The floor system for the raised platform referred to in Sentence (2) is permitted to include combustible subfloor and combustible finished flooring.

(4) Combustible finished flooring is permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

3.1.5.9. Combustible Stairs in Dwelling Units

(1) Combustible stairs are permitted in a dwelling unit in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

3.1.5.10. Combustible Interior Finish

(1) Combustible interior finish, including paint, wallpaper, and other interior finishes not more than 1 mm thick, is permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

(2) Combustible interior wall finishes, other than foamed plastics, are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided they,

(a) are not more than 25 mm thick, and

(b) have a flame-spread rating not more than 150 on any exposed surface, or any surface that would be exposed by cutting through the material in any direction.

(3) Combustible interior ceiling finishes, other than foamed plastics, are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided they,

(a) are not more than 25 mm thick, except for exposed fire-retardant treated wood battens, and

(b) have a flame-spread rating not more than 25 on any exposed surface, or on any surface that would be exposed by cutting through the material in any direction, or are of fire-retardant treated wood, except that not more than 10% of the ceiling area within each fire compartment is permitted to have a flame-spread rating not more than 150.

3.1.5.11. Gypsum Board

(1) Gypsum board with a tightly adhering paper covering not more than 1 mm thick is permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided the flame-spread rating of the surface is not more than 25.

3.1.5.12. Combustible Insulation and its Protection

(1) Combustible insulation, other than foamed plastics, is permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided that it has a flame-spread rating not more than 25 on any exposed surface, or any surface that would be exposed by cutting through the material in any direction, where the insulation is not protected as described in Sentences (3) and (4).

(2) Foamed plastic insulation having a flame-spread rating not more than 25 on any exposed surface, or any surface that would be exposed by cutting through the material in any direction, is permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided the insulation is protected from adjacent space in the building, other than adjacent concealed spaces within wall assemblies, by a thermal barrier consisting of,

(a) not less than 12.7 mm thick gypsum board mechanically fastened to a supporting assembly independent of the insulation,

(b) lath and plaster, mechanically fastened to a supporting assembly independent of the insulation,

(c) masonry,

(d) concrete, or

(e) any thermal barrier that meets the requirements of classification B when tested in conformance with CAN/ULC-S124, “Test for the Evaluation of Protective Coverings for Foamed Plastic”.

(3) Combustible insulation having a flame-spread rating more than 25 but not more than 500 on an exposed surface, or any surface that would be exposed by cutting through the material in any direction, is permitted in the exterior walls of a building required to be of noncombustible construction, provided the insulation is protected from adjacent space in the building, other than adjacent concealed spaces within wall assemblies, by a thermal barrier as described in Sentence (2), except that in a building that is not sprinklered and is more than 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey, or in a building that is not sprinklered and is regulated by the provisions of Subsection 3.2.6., the insulation shall be protected by a thermal barrier consisting of,

(a) gypsum board not less than 12.7 mm thick, mechanically fastened to a supporting assembly independent of the insulation and with all joints either backed or taped and filled,

(b) lath and plaster, mechanically fastened to a supporting assembly independent of the insulation,

(c) masonry or concrete not less than 25 mm thick, or

(d) any thermal barrier that, when tested in conformance with CAN/ULC-S101, “Fire Endurance Tests of Building Construction and Materials”, will not develop an average temperature rise more than 140°C or a maximum temperature rise more than 180°C at any point on its unexposed face within 10 min.

(4) Combustible insulation having a flame-spread rating more than 25 but not more than 500 on any exposed surface, or any surface that would be exposed by cutting through the material in any direction, is permitted in the interior walls, within ceilings and within roof assemblies of a building required to be of noncombustible construction, provided the insulation is protected from adjacent space in the building, other than adjacent concealed spaces within wall assemblies, by a thermal barrier as described in Sentence (2), except that in a building that is not sprinklered and is more than 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey, or in a building that is not sprinklered and is regulated by the provisions of Subsection 3.2.6., the insulation shall be protected by a thermal barrier consisting of,

(a) Type X gypsum board not less than 15.9 mm thick, mechanically fastened to a supporting assembly independent of the insulation and with all joints either backed or taped and filled, conforming to,

(i) ASTM C1396 / C1396M, “Gypsum Board”, or

(ii) CAN/CSA-A82.27-M, “Gypsum Board”,

(b) non-loadbearing masonry or concrete not less than 50 mm thick,

(c) loadbearing masonry or concrete not less than 75 mm thick, or

(d) any thermal barrier that, when tested in conformance with CAN/ULC-S101, “Fire Endurance Tests of Building Construction and Materials”,

(i) will not develop an average temperature rise more than 140°C or a maximum temperature rise more than 180°C at any point on its unexposed face within 20 min, and

(ii) will remain in place for not less than 40 min.

(5) Combustible insulation, including foamed plastics, installed above roof decks, outside of foundation walls below ground level and beneath concrete slabs-on-ground is permitted to be used in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

(6) Thermosetting foamed plastic insulation having a flame-spread rating not more than 500 that forms part of a factory-assembled exterior wall panel that does not incorporate an air space is permitted to be used in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided,

(a) the foamed plastic is protected on both sides by sheet steel not less than 0.38 mm thick that will remain in place for not less than 10 min when the wall panel is tested in conformance with CAN/ULC-S101, “Fire Endurance Tests of Building Construction and Materials”,

(b) the flame-spread rating of the wall panel, determined by subjecting a sample including an assembled joint to the appropriate test described in Subsection 3.1.12., is not more than the flame-spread rating permitted for the room or space that it bounds,

(c) the building does not contain a Group B or Group C major occupancy, and

(d) the building is not more than 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey.

(7) A factory-assembled non-loadbearing interior or exterior wall or ceiling panel containing foamed plastic insulation having a flame-spread rating of not more than 500 is permitted to be used in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided,

(a) the building is sprinklered,

(b) the building is not more than 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the uppermost storey,

(c) the building does not contain a Group A, Group B or Group C major occupancy,

(d) the panel does not contain an air space,

(e) the panel, when tested in conformance with CAN/ULC-S138, “Test for Fire Growth of Insulated Building Panels in a Full-Scale Room Configuration”, meets the criteria defined in the document, and

(f) the flame-spread rating of a panel, determined by subjecting a sample, including an assembled joint typical of field installation, to the appropriate test described in Subsection 3.1.12., is not more than the flame-spread rating permitted for the room or space that it bounds.

3.1.5.13. Combustible Elements in Partitions

(1) Except as permitted by Sentence (2), solid lumber partitions not less than 38 mm thick and wood framing in partitions located in a fire compartment not more than 600 m2 in area are permitted to be used in a building required to be of noncombustible construction in a floor area that is not sprinklered provided the partitions,

(a) are not required fire separations, and

(b) are not located in a care, care and treatment or detention occupancy.

(2) Partitions installed in a building of noncombustible construction are permitted to contain wood framing provided,

(a) the building is not more than 3 storeys in building height,

(b) the partitions are not located in a care, care and treatment or detention occupancy, and

(c) the partitions are not installed as enclosures for exits or vertical service spaces.

(3) Solid lumber partitions not less than 38 mm thick and partitions that contain wood framing are permitted to be used in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided,

(a) the floor area containing the partitions is sprinklered, and

(b) the partitions are not,

(i) located in a care, care and treatment or detention occupancy,

(ii) installed as enclosures for exits or vertical service spaces, or

(iii) used to satisfy the requirements of Clause 3.2.8.1.(1)(a).

3.1.5.14. Storage Lockers in Residential Buildings

(1) Storage lockers in storage rooms are permitted to be constructed of wood in a building of residential occupancy required to be of noncombustible construction.

3.1.5.15. Combustible Ducts

(1) Except as required by Sentence 3.6.4.3.(1), combustible ducts, including plenums and duct connectors, are permitted to be used in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided these ducts and duct connectors are used only in horizontal runs.

(2) Combustible duct linings, duct coverings, duct insulation, vibration isolation connectors, duct tape, pipe insulation and pipe coverings are permitted to be used in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided they conform to the appropriate requirements of Part 6.

(3) In a building required to be of noncombustible construction, combustible ducts need not comply with the requirements of Part 6 provided the ducts are,

(a) part of a duct system conveying only ventilation air, and

(b) contained entirely within a dwelling unit.

3.1.5.16. Combustible Piping Materials

(1) Except as permitted by Sentences (2) and (3) and by Clause 3.1.5.2.(1)(d) and Article 3.1.5.22., combustible piping and tubing and associated adhesives are permitted to be used in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided that, except when concealed in a wall or concrete floor slab, they,

(a) have a flame-spread rating not more than 25, and

(b) if used in a building described in Subsection 3.2.6., have a smoke developed classification not more than 50.

(2) Combustible sprinkler piping is permitted to be used within a sprinklered floor area in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

(3) Polypropylene pipes and fittings are permitted to be used for drain, waste and vent piping for the conveyance of highly corrosive materials and for piping used to distribute distilled or dialyzed water in laboratory and hospital facilities in a building required to be of noncombustible construction, provided,

(a) the building is sprinklered,

(b) the piping is not located in a vertical shaft, and

(c) piping that penetrates a fire separation is sealed at the penetration by a fire stop that has an FT rating not less than the fire-resistance rating of the fire separation when subjected to the fire test method in CAN/ULC-S115, “Fire Tests of Firestop Systems”, with a pressure differential of 50 Pa between the exposed and unexposed sides, with the higher pressure on the exposed side.

3.1.5.17. Combustible Plumbing Fixtures

(1) Combustible plumbing fixtures are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction if they are constructed of material having a flame-spread rating and smoke developed classification permitted in Subsection 3.1.13.

3.1.5.18. Wires and Cables

(1) Except as permitted by Sentence (2) and Articles 3.1.5.19. and 3.1.5.21., optical fibre cables and electrical wires and cables with combustible insulation, jackets or sheathes are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction, provided,

(a) the wires and cables exhibit a vertical char of not more than 1.5 m when tested in conformance with the Vertical Flame Test – Cables in Cabletrough in Clause 4.11.4. of CSA C22.2 No. 0.3, “Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables”, (FT4 Rating),

(b) the wires and cables are located in,

(i) totally enclosed noncombustible raceways,

(ii) concealed spaces in walls,

(iii) concrete slabs,

(iv) a service room separated from the remainder of the building by a fire separation having a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h, or

(v) totally enclosed nonmetallic raceways conforming to Clause 3.1.5.20.(1)(b), or

(c) the wires and cables are communication cables used at the service entry to a building and are not more than 3 m long.

(2) The requirement in Clause (1)(a) is considered to be met where the wires and cables exhibit a flame-spread of not more than 1.5 m, a smoke density of not more than 0.5 at peak optical density and a smoke density not more than 0.15 at average optical density when tested in conformance with the Flame and Smoke Test in the Appendix to CSA C22.2 No. 0.3, “Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables”, (FT6 Rating).

3.1.5.19. Combustible Travelling Cables for Elevators

(1) Combustible travelling cables are permitted on elevating devices in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

3.1.5.20. Nonmetallic Raceways

(1) Except as provided by Subclause 3.6.4.3.(1)(a)(iv) and subject to limits on size for penetrations of fire separations as required by Sentence 3.1.9.3.(2), within a fire compartment of a building required to be of noncombustible construction, totally enclosed nonmetallic raceways not more than 175 mm in outside diameter, or an equivalent rectangular area, are permitted to be used to enclose optical fibre cables and electrical wires and cables, provided, where,

(a) the wires and cables in the raceways meet or exceed the requirements of Clause 3.1.5.18.(1)(a), the nonmetallic raceways meet the requirements for at least an FT4 rating in,

(i) CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 262, “Optical Fiber Cable and Communication Cable Raceway Systems”, or

(ii) CAN/ULC-S143, “Fire Tests for Non-Metallic Electrical and Optical Fibre Cable Raceway Systems”, and

(b) the wires and cables in the raceways do not meet or exceed the requirements of Clause 3.1.5.18.(1)(a), the nonmetallic raceways exhibit a vertical char not more than 1.5 m when tested in conformance with the Vertical Flame Test (FT4) – Conduit or Tubing on Cable Tray in Clause 6.16 of CSA C22.2 No. 211.0, “General Requirements and Methods of Testing for Nonmetallic Conduit”.

3.1.5.21. Wires in Computer Room Floors

(1) Optical fibre cables and electrical wires and cables with combustible insulation, jackets or sheathes, located in the space below a raised floor in a computer room, are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction provided they do not convey flame or continue to burn for more than 1 min when tested in conformance with the Vertical Flame Test in Clause 4.11.1. of CSA C22.2 No. 0.3, “Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables”, (FT1 Rating).

(2) The requirement in Sentence (1) is considered to be met where the wires and cables,

(a) exhibit a vertical char of not more than 1.5 m when tested in conformance with the Vertical Flame Test – Cables in Cabletrough in Clause 4.11.4. of CSA C22.2 No. 0.3, “Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables”, (FT4 Rating), or

(b) exhibit a flame-spread of not more than 1.5 m, a smoke density of not more than 0.5 at peak optical density and a smoke density not more than 0.15 at average optical density when tested in conformance with the Flame and Smoke Test in the Appendix to CSA C22.2 No. 0.3, “Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables”, (FT6 Rating).

3.1.5.22. Combustible Components in Public Pools and Public Spas

(1) Combustible fittings and components in a public pool or public spa, including main drains, piping, skimmers, return inlets, steps, ladder rungs and liners, are permitted in a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

3.1.5.23. Marquees Having Combustible Elements

(1) Except as permitted in Sentence (2), exterior marquees, not greater than 7.5 m from ground level to the top of the marquee, having combustible elements, other than fabrics or films conforming to Sentence 3.1.16.1.(1), are permitted on a building required to be of noncombustible construction, provided every opening in the exposed wall of the building above the marquee is protected with wired glass in accordance with MMAH Supplementary Standard SB-2, “Fire Performance Ratings” where these openings are within,

(a) 4.5 m horizontally of the marquee, and

(b) 9 m vertically above the marquee.

(2) The protection required by Sentence (1) is permitted to be waived if the building is sprinklered.

3.1.5.24. Combustible Mezzanines

(1) In a building required to be of noncombustible construction, a mezzanine located within a live/work unit is permitted to be of combustible construction, provided the area of the mezzanine is not more than 25% of the floor area of the live/work unit or 20 m2, whichever is less, and has no obstructions more than 1 070 mm above the floor.

3.1.5.25. Wood Decorative Cladding

(1) Wood decorative cladding is permitted to be used on exterior marquee fascias, of a storey having direct access to a street or access route, of a building required to be of noncombustible construction, provided the cladding is fire-retardant treated wood that, before testing to CAN/ULC-S102, “Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials and Assemblies”, has been conditioned in conformance with ASTM D2898, “Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing”.

3.1.5.26. Combustible Solar Collector Systems

(1) A combustible solar collector system is permitted to be installed above the roof of a building required to be of noncombustible construction.

3.1.6. Reserved

3.1.7. Fire-Resistance Ratings

3.1.7.1. Determination of Ratings

(1) Except as permitted by Sentence (2) and Article 3.1.7.2., the rating of a material, assembly of materials or a structural member that is required to have a fire-resistance rating, shall be determined on the basis of the results of tests conducted in conformance with CAN/ULC-S101, “Fire Endurance Tests of Building Construction and Materials”.

(2) A material, assembly of materials or a structural member is permitted to be assigned a fire-resistance rating on the basis of MMAH Supplementary Standard SB-2, “Fire Performance Ratings”.

3.1.7.2. Exception for Exterior Walls

(1) The limit on the rise of temperature on the unexposed surface of an assembly as required by the tests referred to in Sentence 3.1.7.1.(1) shall not apply to an exterior wall that has a limiting distance of 1.2 m or more, provided correction is made for radiation from the unexposed surface in accordance with Sentence 3.2.3.1.(9).

3.1.7.3. Exposure Conditions for Rating

(1) Floor, roof and ceiling assemblies shall be rated for exposure to fire on the underside.

(2) Firewalls and interior vertical fire separations shall be rated for exposure to fire on each side.

(3) Exterior walls shall be rated for exposure to fire from inside the building.

3.1.7.4. Minimum Fire-Resistance Rating

(1) The use of materials or assemblies having a greater fire-resistance rating than required shall impose no obligation to exceed in whole or in part the minimum fire-resistance ratings required by this Part.

3.1.7.5. Rating of Supporting Construction

(1) Except as permitted by Sentence (2) and by Articles 3.2.2.20. to 3.2.2.83. for mixed types of construction, all loadbearing walls, columns and arches in the storey immediately below a floor or roof assembly required to have a fire-resistance rating shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than that required for the supported floor or roof assembly.

(2) Loadbearing walls, columns and arches supporting a service room or service space need not conform to Sentence (1).

(3) If an assembly is required to be of noncombustible construction and have a fire‑resistance rating, it shall be supported by noncombustible construction.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Sentence (3) is amended by adding “Except for noncombustible construction required by Subclauses 3.2.2.43A.(2)(c)(i) and 3.2.2.50A.(2)(c)(i)” at the beginning. (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 13, 168 (2))

3.1.8. Fire Separations and Closures

3.1.8.1. General Requirements

(1) Any wall, partition or floor assembly required to be a fire separation shall,

(a) except as permitted by Sentence (2), be constructed as a continuous element, and

(b) as required in this Part, have a fire-resistance rating as specified.

(2) Openings in a fire separation shall be protected with closures, shafts or other means in conformance with Articles 3.1.8.4. to 3.1.8.18. and Subsections 3.1.9. and 3.2.8.

3.1.8.2. Combustible Construction Support

(1) Combustible construction that abuts on or is supported by a noncombustible fire separation shall be constructed so that its collapse under fire conditions will not cause the collapse of the fire separation.

3.1.8.3. Continuity of Fire Separations

(1) Except as permitted by Sentence 3.6.4.2.(2), a horizontal service space or other concealed space located above a required vertical fire separation, including the walls of a vertical shaft, shall be divided at the fire separation by an equivalent fire separation within the service space.

(2) The fire separation required by Sentence (1) shall terminate so that smoke-tight joints are provided where it abuts on or intersects,

(a) a floor,

(b) a roof slab, or

(c) a roof deck.

(3) Except as required by Subsection 3.6.3. for a shaft penetrating a roof assembly, a shaft, including an exit enclosure, that penetrates a fire separation, shall,

(a) extend through any horizontal service space or any other concealed space, and

(b) terminate so that smoke-tight joints are provided where the shaft abuts on or intersects,

(i) a floor,

(ii) a roof slab, or

(iii) a roof deck.

(4) The continuity of a fire separation shall be maintained where it abuts another fire separation, a floor, a ceiling, or an exterior wall assembly.

3.1.8.4. Determination of Ratings

(1) Except as permitted by Sentences (2) and 3.1.8.14.(1), the fire-protection rating for a closure shall be determined on the basis of the results of tests conducted in conformance with the appropriate provisions in,

(a) CAN4-S104-M, “Fire Tests of Door Assemblies”,

Note: On January 1, 2015, Clause (a) is amended by striking out “CAN4-S104-M” at the beginning and substituting “CAN/ULC-S104”. (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 14 (1), 168 (2))

(b) CAN4-S106-M, “Fire Tests of Window and Glass Block Assemblies”, or

(c) CAN/ULC-S112-M, “Fire Test of Fire-Damper Assemblies”.

Note: On January 1, 2015, Clause (c) is amended by striking out “CAN/ULC-S112-M” at the beginning and substituting “CAN/ULC-S112”. (See: O. Reg. 191/14, ss. 14 (2), 168 (2))

(2) Except as permitted by Sentence 3.1.8.10.(1), the fire-protection rating of a closure shall conform to Table 3.1.8.4. for the required fire-resistance rating of the fire separation.

Table 3.1.8.4.
Fire-Protection Rating of Closure

Forming Part of Sentence 3.1.8.4.(2) and Clause 3.1.9.1.(1)(a)

Item

Column 1

Fire-Resistance Rating of Fire Separation

Column 2

Required Fire-Protection Rating of Closure

1.

30 min

20 min

2.

45 min

45 min

3.

1 h