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Pd 1185 Fire Code Of The Philippines

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1.    Slope of class A ramp shall be from   _______________ 
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2.    In case of individual rooms subject to occupancy by not more than 6 persons, distance to exits shall be measured from the doors of such rooms provided the path of travel from any point in the room door does not exceed ___________ meters.
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3.      The occupant load permitted in any assembly building structure or portion thereof shall be determined by dividing the net floor area or space assigned to that use by the square meter per occupant as follows:  For an assembly area of concentrated use without fixed seats such as auditorium, church, chapel, dance floor, lodge room,  _____________ square meter per person.  For an assembly area of less concentrated use such as conference room, dining room, drinking establishment, exhibit room, gymnasium or lounge    _______________ square meters per person;  standing room or waiting space;   _______________ square meters per person.
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4.      The height of every riser and the width of every tread shall be so proportioned that the sum two risers and a tread, exclusive of its nosing projections is not less than _______________ centimeters, nor more than   ________________ centimeters.  
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5.      No single door in a doorway shall be less than   _______________ centimeters and shall not exceed   ________________ centimeters.
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6.      Every Class A assembly capacity of more than one thousand (1000) persons shall have at least  27) _______________ separate exits as remote from each other as practicable.  For Class B assembly capacity of 300 to 1,000 persons shall have at least  28) ________________ separate exits and if of a capacity of over six hundred at least  29) ________________ exits and for Class C place of assembly capacity of 50 to 300 persons shall have at least  30) _________________ means of exits.
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7.                Pressure and gravity tanks shall have a capacity sufficient to furnish a least _____________ liters of water per minute for thirty minutes.
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8.   The wet standpipe shall deliver not less than ____________ liters of water per minute.
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9.   The travel distance to an exit shall be measured on the floor or other walking surface along the center line of the natural path of travel, starting __________ cms. from the most remote point, curving around any corner or construction with a thirty (30) centimeters clearance therefrom, and ending at the center of the doorway or other point at which the exit begins.
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10.   Handrails shall provide a clearance of at least ___________ millimeters between handrails and wall to which it is fastened.
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11.   Handrails on stairs shall not be less than  _______________ centimeters nor more than _______________ centimeters above the upper surface of the tread, measured vertically to the top of the rail from a point on the tread 25 millimeters back from the leading edge, except on stairways designed for use by children an additional handrail may be provided lower than the main handrail.
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12.    1.      Under the FCP, every class A places of assembly, with a capacity of more than one thousand persons, how many minimum number of separated exits as remote from each other as practicable shall be provided?
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13.  _____________ is fire involving energized electrical equipment
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14.  _____________ is fire involving combustible metals, such as magnesium, sodium, potassium, and other similar materials.
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15.  ____________ is fire in flammable liquids and gases
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16.  While that of Class B ramp shall have a slope of between  ________________.
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17.  The Temperature at which a liquid is transformed or converted to vapor.
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18.  The owner, administrator or occupant of buildings or structures existing at the time of the effectivity of the Fire Code is given ____________ years to comply with the provisionsthereof on fire safety constructions and on protective and warning systems. 
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19.  The number and size of nozzle and water supply shall be sufficient to deliver a discharge of _____________liters of water per square meter per minute through the wallway, area to be figured perpendicular to treadway.
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20.  The minimum width of tread exclusive of nosing of nosing or projection for Class A stair shall be   _____________ cm 
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21.  The minimum width of tread exclusive of nosing of nosing or projection for Class B stair shall be   _____________ cm 
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22.  The minimum headroom for Class A and Class B stair shall be ________ meters
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23.  The maximum height between landings for Class B stairs shall be   __________ meters 
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24.  The maximum height between landings for Class A stairs shall be   __________ meters 
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25.  Spray nozzle shall be in the open type and shall have a conical spray pattern with discharge angles between  _____________ and  ______________ degrees.
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26.  In cases where the contents are classified as high hazard, exits shall be provided for such types and numbers and so arranged as to permit all occupants to escape from the building or structure or from the hazardous area thereof to the outside or to a place of safety with a travel distance of not over _____________meters.
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27.  Each wet standpipe outlet shall be supplied with a hose not less than __________ millimeters in diameters.
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28.  Class B stairs should have a maximum height of risers equivalent to  
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29.  Class A stairs should have a maximum height of risers equivalent to  
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30.  Class A ramp shall have a width of   ______________ centimeters and greater, while class B ramp shall have   _________________ centimeters to 112 centimeters
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31.  Any opening in the separation wall construction shall be protected by an approved _________________.
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32.  All dry standpipe shall be tested hydrostaticallyin no case shall the pressure be less than   ________________ kilos per square centimeters above the maximum working pressure. 
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33.  All dry standpipe shall be tested hydrostatically to widthstand not less than       _______________ kilos per square centimeters of pressure for two hours
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34.  A wall designed to prevent the spread of fire, having a fire resistance rating of not less than four hours with sufficient structural stability to remain standing even if construction on either side collapses under fire conditions
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35.  A continuous passageway for the transmission of air
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36.  24.              A door providing access to a stairway shall swing in the direction of _________.
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37.  22-23.    Means of egress shall be so designed and maintained as to provide adequate headroom but in no case shall the ceiling height (headroom) be less than ________________ meters nor any projection from the ceiling be less than ______________ meters from the floor.
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38.  14.              Where any part of an exterior way of exit access is within _________ meters horizontal distance of any unprotected building opening, for outside stairs, the distance to the exit shall include the length of travel to ground level.
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39.  14.              The minimum width of any way of exit access shall be specified for individual occupancy but in no case shall such width be less than _________ centimeters.
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40.  14.              A door from a room to an exit or to a way of exit access shall be of side hinged _____________.
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41.  14.              An exterior way of exit access shall be so arranged that there are no dead-ends in excess of ____________ meters in length.
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42.  14.              When more than one exit is required from a storey, at least two of the exits shall be _____________ from each other and so arranged and constructed as to minimize any possibility that both maybe blocked by any one fire or other emergency condition.
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43.  14.              The door shall swing with ____________ when the room is occupied by more than 50 persons or used for a high hazard occupancy.
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44.  12-13.    Units of exit width shall be measured at the narrowest unobstructed point of the means of egress except that a handrail may project inside the measured width on each side not more than  _______________ millimeters and a stringer may project inside the measured width not more than  _________________ millimeters.
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45.  10.              No point within a building requiring dry standpipes shall be more than _________ meters travel distance from a dry standpipe outlet connection.
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46.  10.              There shall be __________ dry standpipe outlet connection located at every floor level landing above the first floor of every required enclosed stairway or smokeproof enclosure.
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47.  10.              Every tread less than 25 centimeters wide shall have a nosing or an effective projection of approximately ______________ millimeters over the level immediately below.
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48.  1.                  The minimum dimension of landings in direction of travel for both Class A and Class B shall be _____________ mm.
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49.  1.                  ______________ is fire involving ordinary combustible materials such as wood, cloth, paper, rubber, and plastics.
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50.  1.                  The minimum number of risers in any one flight of stairs shall be ____________.
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51.  1.                  The _________ of the Integrated National Police shall be responsible for the enforcement of the Fire Code of the Philippines.
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52.  1.                  The _____________ is the official duly designated to head the local Fire Service; or in the cities/municipalities where the policemen are also performing the functions of the Fire Service, the Station Commander of the Integrated National Police.
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53.  1.                  Any building or structures declared as a fire trap or is causing clear and present fire danger to adjoining establishments and habitations shall be declared a ___________, as defined in the Civil Code of the Philippines.
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54.  1.      Under the Fire Code of the Philippines, classification of occupancy, parking garages shall be classified as:
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55.  1.      Under the Fire Code of the Philippines, any act that would remove or neutralize a fire hazard is known as:
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56.  1.      Under the FCP, when an exit is required to be protected by separation from other parts of the building, the separation shall have at least one hour fire resistance rating when the exit connects:
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57.  1.      Under the FCP, when an exit is required to be protected by separation from other parts of the building, the separation shall be at least two hour resistance when the exit connects
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58.  1.      Under the FCP, when an exit is required to be protected by separations from other parts of the building, the separation shall be at least two-hour resistance when the exit connects
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59.  1.      Under the FCP, the time duration that a material or construction can withstand the effect of standard fire test is known as:
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60.  1.      Under the FCP, the minimum temperature at which any material gives off vapor in sufficient concentration to form an ignitable mixture with air is known as:
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C.
61.  1.      Under the FCP, the maximum number of persons that may be allowed to occupy a particular building, structure or facility or portions thereof is known as:
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62.  1.      Under the FCP, the clearance between handrails and walls to which it is attached shall be at least:
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D.
63.  1.      Under the FCP, no single door in a doorway shall be less than:
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64.  1.      Under the FCP, in apartment buildings, the entrance door to any apartment shall be located within how many meters from an exit in a building protected by automatic fire suppression system?
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65.  1.      Under the FCP, in apartment buildings, the entrance door to any apartment shall b3 located within how many meters form an exit in a building protected by automatic fire suppression system?
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66.  1.      Under the FCP, high rise buildings are buildings, structures or facilities with a minimum height of:
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67.  1.      Under the FCP, handrails shall not be less than how many centimeters above the surface of the tread:
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D.
68.  1.      Under the FCP, for class B stairs the maximum height of risers shall be:
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69.  1.      Under the FCP, every class A place of assembly, with a capacity of more than one thousand persons, how many minimum number of separate exits as remote from each other as practicable shall be provided?
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70.  1.      Under the FCP, dwelling units in row apartments shall be separated from each other by partition walls having a fire resistance rating of:
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71.  1.      Under the FCP, dry cleansing plants are under what occupancy classification:
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72.  1.      Under the FCP, descriptive of any substance that ignites spontaneously when exposed to air is known as:
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73.  1.      Under the FCP, court houses are under what occupancy
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74.  1.      Under the FCP, combustible liquid is any liquid having a flash point at or above:
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75.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as places of assembly, travel distance to exits for spaces protected by automatic fire suppression system shall not be more than:
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D.
76.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as places of assembly, travel distance to exits for spaces not protected by automatic fire suppression system shall not be more than:
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77.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as places of assembly, travel distance to exits for spaces protected by automatic fire suppression system shall not be more than:
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D.
78.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as places of assembly, seats without dividing arms shall have the capacity determined by allowing how many centimeters per person:
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79.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as places of assembly rows of seats between aisles shall have not more than:
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C.
D.
80.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as places of assembly rows of seats opening on to an aisle at one side only shall have not more than:
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C.
D.
81.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as places of assembly, travel distance to exits for spaces not protected by automatic fire suppression system shall not be more than:
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B.
C.
D.
82.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as mercantile occupancies, travel distance to exits shall be no more than:
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B.
C.
D.
83.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as mercantile occupancies, travel distance to exits shall be more than:
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B.
C.
D.
84.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as hotels, travel distance to exits from the door of any room to the nearest exit shall not be more than:
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B.
C.
D.
85.  1.      Under the FCP, classified as hotels, travel distance to exits, from the door of any room to the nearest exit shall not be more than:
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B.
C.
D.
86.  1.      Under the FCP, classification of occupancy, town halls shall be classified as:
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B.
C.
87.  1.      Under the FCP, classification of occupancy, pumping stations shall be classified as:
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B.
C.
88.  1.      Under the FCP, classification of occupancy, libraries shall be classified as:
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B.
C.
89.  1.      Under the FCP, classification of occupancy, laboratories shall be classified as:
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B.
C.
90.  1.      Under the FCP, classification of occupancy, department stores shall be classified as:
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B.
C.
91.  1.      Under the FCP, classification of occupancy, academies shall be classified as:
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B.
C.
92.  1.      Under the FCP, a kind of stable explosive compound which explodes by percussion is known as:
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B.
C.
93.  1.      Under the FCP the occupant load of industrial occupancies for which exits are to be provided shall be one person per how many square meters gross floor area.
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C.
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94.  1.      Under the FCP classified as storage occupancies every area used for the storage of high hazard commodities shall have an exit within how many meters of any point in the area where persons may be present
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95.  1.      The Fire Code of the Philippines was instituted by Presidential Decree No.:
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96.  .    The size of the standpipe shall not less than   _____________ millimeters in buildings in which the highest outlet is 23 m. or less above the Fire Service connection while ______________ millimeters is required where the highest outlet is higher than 23 m. above the Fire Service connection.
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