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  • COMBO
    Oregon (OR) - State Codes & Standards 2010 Package
    Edition: VAR
    $497.00
    / user per year

Content Description

Oregon (OR) - State Codes & Standards 2010 Package includes:
  • NFPA 70: National Electrical Code / 2011
  • Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialty Code / 2010
  • Oregon Fire Code / 2010
  • Oregon Mechanical Specialty Code / 2010
  • Oregon Structural Specialty Code / 2010
  • Uniform Plumbing Code / 2009

State of Oregon*:

Codes in Oregon are adopted as statewide codes. Statutory authority is granted to the Oregon Building Codes Division to adopt building codes by administrative rulemaking. Buildings codes in the state are adopted as the “state program” and all local jurisdictions must enforce the state code, to the state agency’s specified level of enforcement. Fire code adoption is an administrative responsibility of the State Fire Marshal. The state adopted fire code is considered the “minimum” standard statewide. Local jurisdictions may adopt a fire code provided it is at least as restrictive as the code adopted by the State Fire Marshal.

*Information is provided by International Code Council (http://www.iccsafe.org/gr/Pages/resources.aspx)

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