Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing. 1. TERMS OF REFERENCE. Division B Part 8 – Building Code. Technical Advisory Committee. PURPOSE. Ontario-Building-Code-PartBuilding-Code-Act-Supplementary-Standard-SB6- This course is designed for on-site sewage system inspectors, designers and. The Building Code Act, and the Building Code (Ontario Regulation These qualifications are set out in Part 3 of Division C of the Building Code, and.
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Boiler means an appliance intended to supply hot water or steam for space heating, processing or power purposes.
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Bottle trap means a trap that retains water in a closed chamber and that seals the water by submerging the inlet pipe in the liquids or by a partition submerged in the liquids.
Branch means a soil or waste pipe that is connected at its upstream end to the junction of two ontario building code part 8 more soil or waste pipes or to a soil or waste stack and that is connected at its downstream end to another branch, a sump, a soil or waste stack or a building drain.
Branch vent means a vent pipe that is connected at its lower end to the junction of two or more vent pipes and that, at its upper end, is connected to another branch vent, a stack vent, a vent stack or a header, or terminates in open air.
Breeching means a flue pipe or chamber for receiving flue gases from one or more flue connections and for discharging these gases through a single flue connection. Building area means the greatest horizontal area of a building above grade, a within the outside surface of exterior walls, or b within the outside ontario building code part 8 of exterior walls and the centre line of firewalls.
Building Code website means the website at www.
Building control valve means the valve on a water system that controls the flow of potable water from the water service pipe to the water distribution system. Building drain means the lowest horizontal piping, including any vertical offset, that conducts sewage, clear-water waste or storm water by gravity to a building sewer.
Building height means the number of storeys contained between the roof and the floor ontario building code part 8 the first storey.
Building sewer means a sanitary building sewer or storm building sewer. Building trap means a trap that is installed in a sanitary building drain or sanitary building sewer to prevent circulation of air ontario building code part 8 the sanitary drainage system and a public sewer. Business and personal services occupancy means the occupancy or use of a building or part of a building for the transaction of business or the provision of professional or personal services.
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Camp for housing of workers means a camp in which buildings or other structures or premises are used to accommodate five or more employees. Campground means land or premises used as an overnight camping facility that is not a recreational camp.
Canopy means a roof-like structure projecting more than mm from the exterior face of the building. Care and treatment occupancy Group B, Division 2 means an occupancy in which persons receive special care and treatment.
Care occupancy Group B, Division 3 means an occupancy in which persons receive special or supervisory care because ontario building code part 8 cognitive or physical limitations, but does not include a dwelling unit.
Care or detention occupancy means the occupancy or use of a building or part of a building by persons who, a are dependent on others to release security devices to permit egress, b receive special care and treatment, or c receive supervisory care.
Cavity wall means a construction of masonry units laid with a cavity between the wythes, where the wythes are tied together with metal ties or bonding units and are relied on to act together in resisting lateral loads.
Certificate for the occupancy of a building described in Sentence 1. Certificate for the occupancy of a building not fully completed means a certificate described in Sentence 3.
Chamber means a structure ontario building code part 8 is constructed with an open bottom and that contains a pressurized distribution pipe.
Check valve means a valve that permits flow in only one direction and prevents a return flow. Chimney means a shaft that is primarily vertical and that encloses at least one flue for conducting flue gases to the outdoors.
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Chimney liner means a conduit ontario building code part 8 a chimney flue used as a lining of a masonry or concrete chimney.
Cleanout means a fitting access in a drainage system or venting system that is installed to provide access for cleaning and inspection and that is provided with a readily replaceable air tight cover.
Clean water means water that has passed through a recirculation system.
Closure means a device or assembly for closing an opening through a fire separation or an exterior wall, such as a door, a shutter, wired glass and glass ontario building code part 8, and includes all components such as hardware, closing ontario building code part 8, frames and anchors.
Combustible construction means a type of construction that does not meet the requirements for noncombustible construction. Conditioned space means space within a building in which the temperature is controlled to limit variation in response to the exterior ambient temperature or interior differential temperatures by the provision, either directly or indirectly, of heating or cooling over substantial portions of the year.
Construction index means a level on a scale of 1 to 8 determined in accordance with Table Contained use area means a supervised area containing one or more rooms in which occupant movement is restricted to a single room by security measures not under the control of the occupant.