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required means of egress from any other part of the building. Exception:Elevators used as an accessible means of egress in accordance with Section 1007.4. SECTION 1004 OCCUPANT LOAD 1004.1Designoccupantload.Indeterminingmeansofegress requirements, the number of occupants for whom means of egress facilities shall be provided shall be established ...

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OCCUPANT LOAD 1004.1 Design occupant load. In determining means of egress requirements, the number of occupants for whom means of egress facilities shall be provided shall be established by the largest number computed in accordance with Sections 1004.1.1 through 1004.1.3. 2003 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE® TABLE 1004.1.2

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The occupant load permitted in any building, or portion thereof, is permitted to be increased from that number established for the occupancies in Table 1004.1.2, provided that all other requirements of the code are met based on such modified number and the occupant load does not exceed one occupant per 7 square feet (0.65 m 2) of occupiable ...

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The occupant load of any space shall include the occupant load of all spaces that discharge through it in order to gain access to an exit. (a) Unlisted occupancies. - Where data regarding the sq. ft. per person for an occupancy is not listed in table 6-2, the occupant load shall be established by an architect or engineer, subject to the ...

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The occupant load permitted in any building, or portion thereof, is permitted to be increased from that number established for the occupancies in Table 1004.1.2, provided that all other requirements of the code are also met based on such modified number and the occupant load does not exceed one occupant per 7 square feet (0.65 m 2) of ...

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The Ontario Building Code | Occupant Load Determination 3.1.17.1. Occupant Load Determination (1) The occupant load of a floor area or part of a floor area, or of a building or part of a buildingnot having a floor area, shall be based on, (a) the number of seats in an assembly occupancy having fixed seats, (b) two persons per sleeping room or sleeping area in a dwelling unit or suite, or

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floor, or building, as the case may be, is designed, or (2) by using the appropriate occupant-area ratios from table 6-2, whichever is larger. The occupant load of any space shall include the occupant load of all spaces that discharge through it in order to gain access to an exit. (a) Unlisted occupancies. - Where data regarding the sq.

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Does this mean that the occupant load is determined by Occupant Load Factor A in CPC; and the occupancy classification is determined by California Building Code? This is the only way I can think to reconcile the difference, since both have load factor calculations, though the language is ambiguous. Also, CPC 2016 states The minimum number of ...

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1. A building or tenant space used for assembly pur-poses with an occupant load of less than 50 persons shall be classified as a Group B occupancy. 2. 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. 3.

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california building code – matrix adoption table chapter 10 – means of egress—continued (continued) adopting agency bsc sfm ... california building code – matrix adoption table chapter 10 – means of egress—continued ... occupant load. panic hardware. photoluminescent. public way. ramp. scissor stair.