Stairs, ramps, handrails and guards (NBC 2010, Parts 3 and 9)



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Philip Rizcallah, P. Eng
Team Coordinator - Fire Safety, NRC Canadian Codes Centre

Slides:

  1. Title page
  2. Introduction
  3. Overview
  4. Headroom Clearance Versus Clear Height – Parts 3 and 9
  5. Measurement of Clear Height over Stairs – Parts 3 and 9 - slide 1
  6. Measurement of Clear Height over Stairs – Parts 3 and 9 - slide 2
  7. Measurement of Clear Height over Stairs – Parts 3 and 9 - slide 3
  8. Minimum Clear Height over Stairs, Ramps and Landings – Part 3 - slide 1
  9. Minimum Clear Height over Stairs, Ramps and Landings – Part 3 - slide 2
  10. Minimum Clear Height over Stairs, Ramps and Landings – Part 3 - slide 3
  11. Measurement of Risers and Runs – Parts 3 and 9 - slide 1
  12. Measurement of Risers and Runs – Parts 3 and 9 - slide 2
  13. Minimum Dimensions of Risers and Runs – Part 9 - slide 1
  14. Minimum Dimensions of Risers and Runs – Part 9 - slide 2
  15. Minimum Dimensions of Risers and Runs – Part 9 - slide 3
  16. Minimum Dimensions of Risers and Runs – Part 9 - slide 4
  17. Uniformity and Tolerances – Parts 3 and 9 - slide 1
  18. Uniformity and Tolerances – Parts 3 and 9 - slide 2
  19. Uniformity and Tolerances – Parts 3 and 9 - slide 3
  20. Ramp Width – Part 9
  21. Measurement of Handrail Height – Parts 3 and 9
  22. Minimum Height of Handrails – Part 9
  23. Intermediate Handrail on Wide Stairs and Ramps – Part 9
  24. Landings in Garages – Dwelling Units
  25. Ramps and Landings – Part 3 Dwelling Units - slide 1
  26. Ramps and Landings – Part 3 Dwelling Units - slide 2
  27. Landings – Part 3 - slide 1
  28. Landings – Part 3 - slide 2
  29. Slope for Treads and Landings – Parts 3 and 9
  30. Protection of Openable Windows – Parts 3
  31. Climbable Guards - slide 1
  32. Climbable Guards - slide 2
  33. Questions?

2010 National Model Construction Codes ― Stairs, Ramps, Handrails and Guards

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This presentation will focus on technical changes related to stairs, ramps, handrails and guards.

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