2022 New York City Fire Code

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The New York City Fire Code regulates fire safety in the operation and maintenance of all buildings and establishes design requirements for a wide range of building installations. The Fire Code is a companion code to the New York City Construction Codes and Zoning Resolution, with extensive cross-references to the Building, Mechanical and Electrical Codes.

The Fire Code is newly amended in 2022 to adopt many of the latest fire safety technologies and standards from the International Fire Code, together with important New York City-specific provisions. The 2022 Fire Code establishes design, installation, operational and maintenance requirements for stationary energy storage systems and distillery operations appropriate for the New York City environment. The 2022 Fire Code also added regulations to address the challenges of firefighting in high-rise megastructures and automated parking garages and fleet fueling operations. The 2022 Fire Code comprehensively amends requirements for commercial cooking, fire protection systems, blasting operations and special effects, and makes significant changes in provisions relating to fire apparatus access roads; rooftop access and obstructions; dry cleaning systems; combustible dust producing operations; repair garages for vehicles fueled by lighter than air motor fuels; use of alcohol-based hand rubs classified as Class I or Class II liquids and LPG container storage for sale. These and the many other fire safety enhancements in this edition of the New York City Fire Code serve to promote public safety, fire safety awareness, firefighting operations and firefighter safety, while remaining committed to practical solutions, and sensitive to the burdens of compliance.

The 2022 Fire Code is an indispensable reference for design professionals, building owners and managers, and others engaged in trades and businesses regulated by the Fire Code, to ensure that buildings or facilities for which they are respons