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Hotel Fire Safety Act

INTERIOR FINISH MATERIALS

32. (1) Interior finish materials on the walls and ceilings of exits shall be noncombustible, unless otherwise approved.

(2) Despite subsection (1),

  (a) materials that have a fire hazard classification not exceeding flame spread-25, or such other fire hazard classification as may be approved, may be used on the walls of corridors;

  (b) materials having a thickness not in excess of 1.5mm and installed on the walls of corridors before the 1st day of September, 1971 are permitted;

  (c) wood or other approved materials, treated with an approved fire retardant, may be used on the walls of lobbies, foyers, vestibules, entrance halls and other major entrance areas to a hotel;

  (d) combustible materials that have a fire hazard classification not exceeding flame spread-150 may be used on the walls and ceilings of exits, except enclosed exit stairways, if the exits are protected by an approved sprinkler system.

33. The fire hazard classification of interior finish materials on the walls and ceilings of places of assembly shall not exceed flame spread-150.

 
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