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NgUNIFORM BUILDING CODE COMMISSIONReport to the Utah LegislatureBusiness and Labor Interim CommitteeAugust 20, 2018

Uniform Building Code Commission recommended changes to construction codes underTitle 15A, State Construction and Fire Code ActThe following document has the full details and summary of proposed changes to the updated 2018national building codes and amendments as approved by the Uniform Building Code Commission.There are also several proposed changes to the 2015 International Residential Code. This proposalrecommends that the 2018 international codes and amendments be adopted effective July 1, 2019.A public hearing regarding the proposed building codes was held August 8, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. inRoom 341 of the Sandy City Hall, 10000 South Centennial Parkway, Sandy, Utah.This document has two parts:Part A – Proposed Building Codes and Amendment Changes recommended by the Uniform BuildingCode Commission (UBCC) and its advisory committees. It should be noted that the changes aremade with strikethrough and underline as if making changes to existing statutes which have adoptedthe current building codes. This format is used for easier identification of items that are recommendedfor changes.Part B – A summary and explanation of the changes proposed in Part A. Included in the summary is afiscal analysis of each amendment. For amendments which are clarifications or technical changesonly and have no fiscal impact, no cost is noted. All new amendments are noted as a “cost increase”,“cost savings”, or “no cost impact”.PART ATitle 15A. State Construction and Fire Codes ActChapter 2Adoption of State Construction CodePart 1General Provisions15A-2-101 Title -- Adoption of code.(1)This chapter is known as the “Adoption of State Construction Code.”(2)In accordance with Chapter 1, Part 2, State Construction Code Administration Act, theLegislature repeals the State Construction Code in effect on July 1, 2010, and adopts the1 Page

following as the State Construction Code:(a)this chapter;(b)Chapter 3, Statewide Amendments Incorporated as Part of State Construction Code;and(c)Chapter 4, Local Amendments Incorporated as Part of State Construction Code.Enacted by Chapter 14, 2011 General Session15A-2-102 Definitions.As used in this chapter and Chapter 3, Statewide Amendments Incorporated as Part of StateConstruction Code, and Chapter 4, Local Amendments Incorporated as Part of State ConstructionCode:(1)“HUD Code” means the Federal Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety StandardsAct, as issued by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and published in 24C.F.R. Parts 3280 and 3282 (as revised April 1, 1990).(2)“IBC” means the edition of the International Building Code adopted under Section 15A-2-103.(3)“IEBC” means the edition of the International Existing Building Code adopted under Section15A-2-103.(4)“IECC” means the edition of the International Energy Conservation Code adopted underSection 15A-2-103.(5)“IFGC” means the edition of the International Fuel Gas Code adopted under Section15A-2-103.(6)“IMC” means the edition of the International Mechanical Code adopted under Section 15A2-103.(7)“IPC” means the edition of the International Plumbing Code adopted under Section 15A-2-103.(8)“IRC” means the edition of the International Residential Code adopted under Section15A2-103.(9)“NEC” means the edition of the National Electrical Code adopted under Section 15A-2-103.(10) “UWUI” means the edition of the Utah Wildland Urban Interface Code adopted under Section15A-2-103.Amended by Chapter 249, 2016 General Session15A-2-103 Specific editions adopted of construction code of a nationally recognized codeauthority.(1)Subject to the other provisions of this part, the following construction codes are incorporatedby reference, and together with the amendments specified in Chapter 3, Part 3, StatewideAmendments to International Plumbing Code, and Chapter 4, Local Amendments Incorporatedas Part of State Construction Code, are the construction standards to be applied to buildingconstruction, alteration, remodeling, and repair, and in the regulation of building construction,alteration, remodeling, and repair in the state:(a)the 2015 2018 edition of the International Building Code, including Appendix J, issuedby the International Code Council;(b)the 2015 edition of the International Residential Code, issued by the International CodeCouncil;(c)the 2015 2018 edition of the International Plumbing Code, issued by the InternationalCode Council;2 Page

(d)(2)the 2015 2018 edition of the International Mechanical Code, issued by the InternationalCode Council;(e)the 2015 2018 edition of the International Fuel Gas Code, issued by the InternationalCode Council;(f)the 2017 edition of the National Electrical Code, issued by the National Fire ProtectionAssociation;(g)the 2015 2018 edition of the International Energy Conservation Code, issued by theInternational Code Council;(h)the 2015 2018 edition of the International Existing Building Code, issued by theInternational Code Council;(i)subject to Subsection 15A-2-104(2), the HUD Code;(j)subject to Subsection 15A-2-104(1), Appendix E of the 2015 edition of the InternationalResidential Code, issued by the International Code Council; and(k)subject to Subsection 15A-2-104(1), the 2005 edition of the NFPA 225 ModelManufactured Home Installation Standard, issued by the National Fire ProtectionAssociation.Consistent with Title 65A, Chapter 8, Management of Forest Lands and Fire Control, theLegislature adopts the 2006 edition of the Utah Wildland Urban Interface Code, issued by theInternational Code Council, with the alternatives or amendments approved by the UtahDivision of Forestry, as a construction code that may be adopted by a local compliance agencyby local ordinance or other similar action as a local amendment to the codes listed in thissection.Amended by Chapter 249, 2016 General Session15A-2-104 Installation standards for manufactured housing.(1)The following are the installation standards for manufactured housing for new installations orfor existing manufactured or mobile homes that are subject to relocation, building alteration,remodeling, or rehabilitation in the state:(a)The manufacturer’s installation instruction for the model being installed is the primarystandard.(b)If the manufacturer’s installation instruction for the model being installed is not availableor is incomplete, the following standards apply:(i)Appendix E of the 2015 edition of the IRC, as issued by the International CodeCouncil for installations defined in Section AE101 of Appendix E; or(ii)if an installation is beyond the scope of the 2015 edition of the IRC as defined inSection AE101 of Appendix E, the 2005 edition of the NFPA 225 ModelManufactured Home Installation Standard, issued by the National Fire ProtectionAssociation.(c)A manufacturer, dealer, or homeowner is permitted to design for unusual installation ofa manufactured home not provided for in the manufacturer’s standard installationinstruction, Appendix E of the 2015 edition of the IRC, or the 2005 edition of the NFPA225, if the design is approved in writing by a professional engineer or architect licensedin Utah.(d)For a mobile home built before June 15, 1976, the mobile home shall also comply withthe additional installation and safety requirements specified in Chapter 3, Part 8,Installation and Safety Requirements for Mobile Homes Built Before June 15, 1976.3 Page

(2)Pursuant to the HUD Code Section 604(d), a manufactured home may be installed in the statethat does not meet the local snow load requirements as specified in Chapter 3, Part 2,Statewide Amendments to International Residential Code, except that the manufactured homeshall have a protective structure built over the home that meets the IRC and the snow loadrequirements under Chapter 3, Part 2, Statewide Amendments to International ResidentialCode.Amended by Chapter 249, 2016 General Session15A-2-105 Scope of application.(1)To the extent that a construction code adopted under Section 15A-2-103 establishes a localadministrative function or establishes a method of appeal which pursuant to Section 15A-1-207is designated to be established by the compliance agency:(a)that provision of the construction code is not included in the State Construction Code;and(b)a compliance agency may establish provisions to establish a local administrativefunction or a method of appeal.(2)(a)To the extent that a construction code adopted under Subsection (1) establishes aprovision, standard, or reference to another code that by state statute is designated tobe established or administered by another state agency, or a local city, town, or countyjurisdiction:(i)that provision of the construction code is not included in the State ConstructionCode; and(ii)the state agency or local government has authority over that provision of theconstruction code.(b)Provisions excluded under this Subsection (2) include:(i)the International Property Maintenance Code;(ii)the International Private Sewage Disposal Code, authority over which is reservedto the Department of Health and the Department of Environmental Quality;(iii)the International Fire Code, authority over which is reserved to the board,pursuant to Section 15A-1-403;(iv)a day care provision that is in conflict with Title 26, Chapter 39, Utah Child CareLicensing Act, authority over which is designated to the Utah Department ofHealth; and(v)a wildland urban interface provision that goes beyond the authority under Section15A-1-204, for the State Construction Code, authority over which is designated tothe Utah Division of Forestry or to a local compliance agency.(3)If a construction code adopted under Subsection 15A-2-103(1) establishes a provision thatexceeds the scope described in Chapter 1, Part 2, State Construction Code Administration Act,to the extent the scope is exceeded, the provision is not included in the State ConstructionCode.Enacted by Chapter 14, 2011 General Session4 Page

Chapter 3Statewide Amendments Incorporated as Part of State Construction CodePart 1Statewide Amendments to International Building Code15A-3-101 General provision.The amendments in this part are adopted as amendments to the IBC to be applicable statewide.Enacted by Chapter 14, 2011 General Session15A-3-102 Amendments to Chapters 1 through 3 of IBC.(1)IBC, Section 106, is deleted.(2)In IBC, Section 110, a new section is added as follows: “ 110.3.5.1, Weather-resistant exteriorwall envelope. An inspection shall be made of the weather-resistant exterior wall envelope asrequired by Section 1403.2 1404.2, and flashing as required by Section 1405.4 1404.4 toprevent water from entering the weather-resistive barrier.”(3)IBC, Section 115.1, is deleted and replaced with the following: “115.1 Authority. Whenever thebuilding official finds any work regulated by this code being performed in a manner eithercontrary to the provisions of this code or other pertinent laws or ordinances or is dangerous orunsafe, the building official is authorized to stop work.”(4)In IBC, Section 202, the following definition for Ambulatory Surgical Center: “AMBULATORYSURGICAL CENTER. A building or portion of a building licensed by the Utah Department ofHealth where procedures are performed that may render patients incapable of selfpreservation where care is less than 24 hours. See Utah Administrative Code R432-13.”(5)In IBC, Section 202, the following definition is added for Assisted Living Facility: “ASSISTEDLIVING FACILITY. See Residential Treatment / Support Assisted Living Facility, Type IAssisted Living Facility, and Type II Assisted Living Facility.(5)(6) In IBC, Section 202, the definition for Foster Care Facilities is modified by changing deletingthe word “Foster” to and replacing it with the word “Child.”(6)(7) In IBC, Section 202, the definition for “[F]Record Drawings” is modified by deleting the words“a fire alarm system” and replacing them with “any fire protection system”.(7)(8) In IBC, Section 202, the following definition is added for Residential Treatment/SupportAssisted Living Facility: “RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT/SUPPORT ASSISTED LIVINGFACILITY. See Section 308.1.2. A Residential Treatment / Support Assisted Living Facilitywhich creates a group living environment for four or more residents licensed by the UtahDepartment of Human Services, and provides a protected living arrangement for ambulatory,non-restrained persons who are capable of achieving mobility sufficient to exit the facilitywithout the physical assistance of another person.”(8)(9) In IBC, Section 202, the following definition is added for Type I Assisted Living Facility: “TYPE IASSISTED LIVING FACILITY. See Section 308.1.2. A residential facility licensed by the UtahDepartment of Health that provides a protected living arrangement, assistance with activities ofdaily living and social care to two or more ambulatory, non-restrained persons who are capableof mobility sufficient to exit the facility without the assistance of another person. Subcategoriesshall be:Limited Capacity, two to five residents;5 Page

Small, six to sixteen residents;Large, over sixteen residents.”(9)(10)In IBC, Section 202, the following definition is added for Type II Assisted Living Facility:“Type II, ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY. A residential facility licensed by the Utah Departmentof Health that provides an array of coordinated supportive personal and health care services totwo or more residents who are:A. Physically disabled but able to direct his or her own care; orB. Cognitively impaired or physically disabled but able to evacuate from the facility, or to azone or area of safety, with the physical assistance of one person. Subcategories shallbe:Limited Capacity, two to five residents;Small, six to sixteen residents;Large, over sixteen residents.”(10)(11)In IBC, Section 305.2, the following changes are made:(a)“Delete the words “more than five children older than 2½ years of age” and replace withthe words “five or more children 2 years of age or older”;(b)After the word “supervision” insert the words “child care services”;(c)Add the following sentence at the end of the paragraph: “See Section 429 for specialrequirements for Day Care.”words “child care centers,” are inserted after the word “supervision,” andfollowing sentence is added at the end of the paragraph: “See Section 425 for specialrequirements for Day Care.”(11)(12)In IBC, Section 305.2.2 and 305.2.3, the word “five” is deleted and replaced with theword “four” in both all places.(12)(13)A new IBC Section 305.2.4 is added as follows: “305.2.4 Child Day Care -- ResidentialCertificate Child Care and Licensed or a Family Child Care License. Areas used as aResidential Certificate Child Care as defined for child day care purposes with a ResidentialCertificate in the Utah Administrative Code R430-50 or as a Licensed Family Child CareLicense, as defined in Utah Administrative Code, R430-90, Licensed Family Child Care, maybe located in a Group R-2 or R-3 occupancy as provided in Section 310.5 310.3 and 310.4 orshall comply with the International Residential Code in accordance with Section R101.2.”(13)(14)A new IBC Section 305.2.5 is added as follows: “305.2.5 Child Care Centers. Areasused for as Hourly Child Care Centers, as defined in Utah Administrative Code, R430-60R381-60, Child Care Center as defined in Utah Administrative Code, R430-100 R381-100, orOut of School Time Programs, as defined in Utah Administrative Code, R430-70 R381-70, maybe classified as accessory occupancies subject to the provisions in Section 508.2.”(14)(15) In IBC, Table 307.1(1), footnote “d” is added to the row for Consumer fireworks Explosives,Division 1.4G in the column titled STORAGE - Solid Pounds (cubic feet).(16) In IBC, Section 308.2, in the list of items under “This group shall include”, the words “Type-ILarge and Type-II Small, see Section 308.2.5” are added after “Assisted living facilities”.(15) In IBC, Section 308.2, the word “FOSTER” is deleted and replaced with “CHILD.”(16) A new IBC Section 308.2.1 is added as follows: “308.2.1 Assisted living facilities and relatedoccupancies. The following words and terms shall, for the purposes of this section and asused elsewhere in this code, have the meanings shown herein.TYPE I ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY. A residential facility licensed by the Utah Departmentof Health that provides a protected living arrangement for ambulatory, non-restrained personswho are capable of achieving mobility sufficient to exit the facility without the assistance of6 Page

another person.Occupancies. Limited capacity, type I assisted living facilities with two to five residents shallbe classified as R-3 occupancies. Small, type I assisted living facilities with six to sixteenresidents shall be classified as R-4 occupancies. Large, type I assisted living facilities withover sixteen residents shall be classified as I-1 occupancies.TYPE II ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY. A residential facility licensed by the Utah Departmentof Health that provides an array of coordinated supportive personal and health care services toresidents who meet the definition of semi-independent.Semi-Independent. A person who is:A.Physically disabled but able to direct his or her own care; orB.Cognitively impaired or physically disabled but able to evacuate from the facilitywith the physical assistance of one person.Occupancies. Limited capacity, type II assisted living facilities with two to five residents shallbe classified as R-4 occupancies. Small, type II assisted living facilities with six to sixteenresidents shall be classified as I-1 occupancies. Large, type II assisted living facilities withover sixteen residents shall be classified as I-2 occupancies.RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT/SUPPORT ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY. A residentialtreatment/support assisted living facility which creates a group living environment for four ormore residents licensed by the Utah Department of Human Services, and provides a protectedliving arrangement for ambulatory, non-restrained persons who are capable of achievingmobility sufficient to exit the facility without the physical assistance of another person.”(17) In IBC, Section 308.3, the words “(see Section 308.2.1)” are added after the words “assistedliving facilities.”(18)(17)In IBC, Section 308.3.4 308.2.4, all of the words after the first words “InternationalResidential Code” are deleted.(18) A new IBC, Section 308.2.5 is added as follows:“308.2.5 Group I-1 assisted living facility occupancy groups. The following occupancy groupsshall apply to assisted living facilities:Type I assisted living facilities with seventeen or more residents are Large Facilities classifiedas an Institutional Group I-1, Condition 1 occupancy.Type II assisted living facilities with six to sixteen residents are Small Facilities classified as anInstitutional Group I-1, Condition 2 occupancy. See Section 202 for definitions.”(19) In IBC, Section 308.3 Institutional Group I-2, the following changes are made:(a) The words “more than five” are deleted and replaced with “four or more”.(b) The group “Assisted living facilities, Type –II Large” is added to the list of groups;(c) The words “Foster care facilities” are deleted and replaced with the words “Child carefacilities”;(d) The words “(both intermediate care facilities and skilled nursing facilities)” are added after“Nursing homes”.20)In IBC, Section 308.3.2, the number “five” is deleted and replaced with the number “four” ineach location.”(21) A new IBC, Section 308.3.3 is added as follows:“308.3.3 Group I-2 assisted living facilities. Type II assisted living facilities with seventeen ormore residents are Large Facilities classified as an Institutional Group I-2, Condition 1occupancy. See Section 202 for Definitions.”(19) In IBC, Section 308.4, the following changes are made:(a)The words “five persons” are deleted and replaced with the words “three persons.”7 Page

(b)(c)The words “foster care facilities” are deleted and replaced with “child care facilities.”The words “(both intermediate care facilities and skilled nursing facilities)” are addedafter “nursing homes.”(20) In IBC, Section 308.4.2, the word “five” is deleted and replaced with the word “three” in bothplaces.(2122)In IBC, Section 308.6 308.5, the words “more than five” is are deleted and replaced withthe words “four five or more.”(2223)In IBC, Section 308.6.1 308.5.1, the following changes are made:The word “five” is deleted and replaced with the word “four.” The words “more than five”are deleted and replaced with the words “five or more”.(b)The words “2-1/2 years or less of age” are deleted and replaced with “under the age oftwo.”(c)The following sentence is added at the end: “See Section 427 429 for specialrequirements for Day Care.”(2324) In IBC, Sections 308.6.3 308.5.3 and 308.6.4 308.5.4, the words “five or fewer” is are deletedand replaced with the words “four or fewer” in both places and the following sentence is addedat the end: “See Section 427 429 for special requirements for Day Care.”(2425)In IBC, Section 310.5 310.4, the following changes are made:(a)The words “and single family dwellings complying with the IRC” are added after“Residential Group-3 occupancies.”(b)The words “Assisted Living Facilities, limited capacity” are added to the list ofoccupancies:(a)(2526)In IBC, Section 310.5.1 310.4.1, the following changes are made:(a)The words “other than Child Care” are inserted after the words “dwelling Carefacilities” in the first sentence. and(b)All of the words after the first “International Residential Code” are deleted.(c)tThe following sentence is added at the end of the paragraph: “See Section 427429 for special requirements for Child Day Care.”(2627)A new IBC Section 310.5.3 310.4.3 is added as follows: “310.5.3 310.4.3 Child Care.Areas used for child care purposes may be located in a residential dwelling unit under all of thefollowing conditions and Section 427429:1.Compliance with Utah Administrative Code, R710-8, Day Care Rules, as enacted underthe authority of the Utah Fire Prevention Board.2.Use is approved by the Utah Department of Health, as enacted under the authority ofthe Utah Code, Title 26, Chapter 39, Utah Child Care Licensing Act, and in any of thefollowing categories:a.Utah Administrative Code, R430-50, Residential Certificate Child Care.b.Utah Administrative Code, R430-90, Licensed Family Child Care.3.Compliance with all zoning regulations of the local regulator.”(27) In IBC, Section 310.6, the words “(see Section 308.2.1)” are added after “assisted livingfacilities.”(28) A new IBC, Section 310.4.4 is added as follows: 310.4.4 Assisted living facilities. Type Iassisted living facilities with two to five residents are Limited Capacity facilities classified as aResidential Group R-3 occupancy or are permitted to comply with the International ResidentialCode. See Section 202 for Definitions.8 Page

(29)(30)In IBC Section 310.5 the words “Type II Limited Capacity and Type I Small, see Section310.5.3” are added after the words “assisted living facilities”.A new IBC Section 310.5.3 is added as follows: 310.5.3 Group R-4 Assisted Living Facilityoccupancy groups. The following occupancy groups shall apply to Assisted Living Facilities:Type II Assisted Living Facilities with two to five residents are Limited Capacity Facilitiesclassified as a Residential Group R-4, Condition 2 occupancy.Type I assisted living facilities with six to sixteen residents are Small facilities classified asResidential Group R-4, Condition 1 occupancies. See Section 202 for Definitions.Amended by Chapter 249, 2016 General Session15A-3-103 Amendments to Chapters 4 through 6 of IBC.(1)IBC Section 403.5.5 is deleted.(2)In IBC, Section 407.2.5, the words “and assisted living facility” are added in the title and firstsentence after the words “nursing home”.(3)In IBC, Section 407.2.6, the words “and assisted living facility” are added in the title after thewords “nursing home”.(4)In IBC, Section 407.11, a new exception is added as follows:“Exception: An essential electrical system is not required in assisted living facilities.”(2)(5) In A new IBC, Section 422.2.1, a new paragraph is added as follows: “422.2.1 Separations:Ambulatory care facilities licensed by the Utah Department of Health shall be separated fromadjacent tenants with a fire partition having a minimum one hour fire-resistance rating. Anylevel below the level of exit discharge shall be separated from the level of exit discharge by ahorizontal assembly having a minimum one hour fire-resistance rating.Exception: A fire barrier is not required to separate the level of exit discharge when:1.Such levels are under the control of the Ambulatory Care Facility.2.Any hazardous spaces are separated by horizontal assembly having a minimum onehour fire-resistance rating.”(3)(6)A new IBC Section 427 429, Day Care, is added as follows:“ 427.1 429.1 Detailed Requirements. In addition to the occupancy and constructionrequirements in his code, the additional provisions of this section shall apply to all Day Care inaccordance with Utah Administrative Code R710-8 Day Care Rules.427.2 429.2 Definitions.427.2.1 429.2.1 Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ): State Fire Marshal, his duly authorizeddeputies, or the local fire enforcement authority code official.427.2.2 429.2.2 Day Care Facility: Any building or structure occupied by clients of any age whoreceive custodial care for less than 24 hours by individuals other than parents, guardians,relatives by blood, marriage or adoption.427.2.3 429.2.3 Day Care Center: Providing care for five or more clients in a place other thanthe home of the person cared for. This would also include Child Care Centers, Out ofSchool Time or Hourly Child Care Centers licensed by the Department of Health.427.2.4 429.2.4 Family Day Care: Providing care for clients listed in the following two groups:427.2.4.1 429.2.4.1 Type 1: Services provided for five to eight clients in a home. This wouldalso include a home that is certified by the Department of Health as ResidentialCertificate Child Care or licensed as Family Child Care.427.2.4.2 429.2.4.2 Type 2: Services provided for nine to sixteen clients in a home with9 Page

sufficient staffing. This would also include a home that is licensed by the Department ofHealth as Family Child Care.427.2.5 429.2.5 R710-8: Utah Administrative Code, R710-8, Day Care Rules, as enactedunder the authority of the Utah Fire Prevention Board.427.3 429.3 Family Day Care.427.3.1 429.3.1 Family Day Care units shall have on each floor occupied by clients, twoseparate means of egress, arranged so that if one is blocked the other will be available.427.3.2 429.3.2 Family Day Care units that are located in the basement or on the second storyshall be provided with two means of egress, one of which shall discharge directly to theoutside.427.3.2.1 429.3.2.1 Residential Certificate Child Care and Licensed Family Child Care with fiveto eight clients in a home, located on the ground level or in a basement, may use anemergency escape or rescue window as allowed in IFC, Chapter 10, Section 1030.427.3.3 429.3.3 Family Day Care units shall not be located above the second story.427.3.4 429.3.4 In Family Day Care units, clients under the age of two shall not be locatedabove or below the first story.427.3.4.1 429.3.4.1 Clients under the age of two may be housed above or below the first storywhere there is at least one exit that leads directly to the outside and complies with IFC,Section 1011 or Section 1012 or Section 1027.427.3.5 429.3.5 Family Day Care units located in split entry/split level type homes in whichstairs to the lower level and upper level are equal or nearly equal, may have clientshoused on both levels when approved by the AHJ.427.3.6 429.3.6 Family Day Care units shall have a portable fire extinguisher on each leveloccupied by clients, which shall have a classification of not less than 2A:10BC, andshall be serviced in accordance with NFPA, Standard 10, Standard for Portable FireExtinguishers.427.3.7 429.3.7 Family Day Care units shall have single station smoke detectors in goodoperating condition on each level occupied by clients. Battery operated smokedetectors shall be permitted if the facility demonstrates testing, maintenance, andbattery replacement to insure continued operation of the smoke detectors.427.3.8 429.3.8 Rooms in Family Day Care units that are provided for clients to sleep or nap,shall have at least one window or door approved for emergency escape.427.3.9 429.3.9 Fire drills shall be conducted in Family Day Care units quarterly and shallinclude the complete evacuation from the building of all clients and staff. At leastannually, in Type I Family Day Care units, the fire drill shall include the actualevacuation using the escape or rescue window, if one is used as a substitute for one ofthe required means of egress.427.4 429.4 Day Care Centers.427.4.1 429.4.1 Day Care Centers shall comply with either I-4 requirements or E requirementsof the IBC, whichever is applicable for the type of Day Care Center.427.4.2 429.4.2 Emergency Evacuation Drills shall be completed as required in IFC, Chapter4, Section 405.427.4.3 429.4.3 Location at grade. Group E child day care centers shall be located at the levelof exit discharge.427.4.3.1 429.4.3.1 Child day care spaces for children over the age of 24 months may belocated on the second floor of buildings equipped with automatic fire protectionthroughout and an automatic fire alarm system.10 P a g e

427.4.4 429.4.4 Egress. All Group E child day care spaces with an occupant load of morethan 10 shall have a second means of egress. If the second means of egress is notan exit door leading directly to the exterior, the room shall have an emergency escapeand rescue window complying with Section 1030.427.4.5 429.4.5 All Group E Child Day Care Centers shall comply with Utah Administr

Amendments to International Plumbing Code, and Chapter 4, Local Amendments Incorporated as Part of State Construction Code, are the construction standards to be applied to building . the Utah Division of Forestry or to a local compliance agency. (3) If a construction code adopted under Subsection 15A-2-103(1) establishes a provision that