Occupancy type-when fighting fire in this structure?

Select a specific occupancy type and discuss some of the challenges when fighting fire in this structure?  List and explain a minimum of three challenges and how your department specifically addresses the hazards associated with this occupancy.

Occupancy type-when fighting fire in this structure?

Select a specific occupancy type and discuss some of the challenges when fighting fire in this structure?
List and explain a minimum of three challenges and how your department specifically addresses the hazards associated with this occupancy.

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What does type of occupancy mean?
Building occupancy classifications refer to categorizing structures based on their usage and are primarily used for building and fire code enforcement. They are usually defined by model building codes, and vary, somewhat, among them.

What are the different occupancy types?

Minor occupancy incidental to operations in another type shall be classified under the relevant main occupancy group.
  • 2.1 GROUP – A : RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS. …
  • 2.5 GROUP – E : BUSINESS BUILDINGS. …
  • 2.6 GROUP – F : MERCANTILE BUILDINGS. …
  • 2.7 GROUP – G : INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS. …
  • 2.10 OTHER GUIDELINES FOR CLASSIFICATION.

What occupancy type is a hotel?

A room or space used for assembly purposes with an occupant load of less than 50 persons and accessory to another occupancy shall be classified as a Group B occupancy or as part of that occupancy.

What is a 3 occupancy?

Group A-3 occupancy includes assembly uses intended for worship, recreation or amusement and other assembly uses not classified elsewhere in Group A including, but not limited to: Amusement arcades.

What is Type B occupancy?

B Occupancy. A building or structure or portion thereof, for office, professional or service-type transactions, including storage of records and accounts. Building or tenant space use d for assembly purposes by fewer than 50 persons may be consider ed a Group B occupancy.

What is an R 4 occupancy?

Residential Group R-4 occupancy shall include buildings, structures or portions thereof for more than five but not more than 16 persons, excluding staff, who reside on a 24-hour basis in a supervised residential environment and receive custodial care.

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