Alternative solutions for Building Code clause C Protection from Fire - BC Update 235

Abbreviation
BC Update 235
Valid from
30/07/2018

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Section 175 guidance
Format
Website

Description

This guide helps you to develop alternative solutions for complying with the performance requirements of New Zealand Building Code clauses C1-C6 Protection from Fire (the fire clauses).

It will be of interest to fire engineers and designers developing alternative solutions.

It is also for regulatory stakeholders (territorial authorities, building consent authorities (BCAs), Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ), regulatory reviewers) and others considering alternative solutions for these clauses.

This guide discusses alternative solutions and where they fit in the building regulatory system, what the New Zealand Building Code Protection from Fire clauses require, types of alternative solution suitable for fire design, and safety margins.

Scope

The guidance covers:

  • alternative solutions and where they fit in the building regulatory system
  • what the New Zealand Building Code Protection from Fire clauses require
  • types of alternative solution suitable for fire design
  • safety margins.
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Notes/comments

Note that all references to the Building Act in this guide are to the Building Act 2004 and all references to the Building Code are to the Building Code (Schedule 1, Building Regulations 1992) in force at the time of writing.

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Note that all references to the Building Act in this guide are to the Building Act 2004 and all references to the Building Code are to the Building Code (Schedule 1, Building Regulations 1992) in force at the time of writing.

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Alternative solutions for Building Code clause C Protection from Fire - BC Update 235

Description

This guide helps you to develop alternative solutions for complying with the performance requirements of New Zealand Building Code clauses C1-C6 Protection from Fire (the fire clauses).

It will be of interest to fire engineers and designers developing alternative solutions.

It is also for regulatory stakeholders (territorial authorities, building consent authorities (BCAs), Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ), regulatory reviewers) and others considering alternative solutions for these clauses.

This guide discusses alternative solutions and where they fit in the building regulatory system, what the New Zealand Building Code Protection from Fire clauses require, types of alternative solution suitable for fire design, and safety margins.

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Alternative solutions for Building Code clause C Protection from Fire - BC Update 235
Description

This guide helps you to develop alternative solutions for complying with the performance requirements of New Zealand Building Code clauses C1-C6 Protection from Fire (the fire clauses).

It will be of interest to fire engineers and designers developing alternative solutions.

It is also for regulatory stakeholders (territorial authorities, building consent authorities (BCAs), Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ), regulatory reviewers) and others considering alternative solutions for these clauses.

This guide discusses alternative solutions and where they fit in the building regulatory system, what the New Zealand Building Code Protection from Fire clauses require, types of alternative solution suitable for fire design, and safety margins.

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This resource does not cite any other resources.

Alternative solutions for Building Code clause C Protection from Fire - BC Update 235

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