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1 Chapter 1 Worksheet 1. When the present code requires certain safety to life requirements for existing buildings, those requirements shall. a. be void b. apply c. be approved d. be grand-fathered 2. The provisions of this code do not apply to: a. one & two family dwellings b. Public Utility office buildings c. private schools d. government buildings 3. An optional permit is required for storage of more than cubic feet, at NTP, of compressed flammable gas. a. 50 b. 100 c. 200 d A permit is required for installation of stationary batteries systems with a liquid capacity of more than gallons. a. 1 b. 5 c. 10 d An optional permit may be required for casting more than pounds magnesium. a. 10 b. 25 c. 50 d NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 1 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

2 6. An optional permit is required for pounds of Class II liquid organic peroxides. a. any b. 10 c. 55 d A mandatory permit is required for installation or modification of a fire alarm system. a. installation b. construction c. testing d. electrical 8. Residential occupancies are required to be inspected. a. annually b. every two year c. every three years d. never, they are exempt 9. When building occupants are exposed to imminent life hazards, the code official shall have the authority to. a. report the situation to police dept. b. report immediately to building official c. order immediate evacuation d. notify OSHA 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 2 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

3 Chapter 1 Answer Key 1. B 102.1, #3 2. A , #1 3. C Table D A A Table B A C NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 3 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

4 Chapter 2 Worksheet 1. Any person representing the actual owner of a building shall be bound to comply with the provisions of this code to the same extent as if that person was. a. the owner b. the manager c. the leaser d. the agent 2. A British Thermal Unit (BTU) is the amount of heat needed to raise pound(s) of water by degree(s) Fahrenheit. a. 1 b. 2 c. 5 d An egress court is a court or yard, which provides access to a(n) for one or more exits. a. aisles b. corridors c. public way d. lobby 4. What occupancy classification is an outdoor high school football stadium? a. A-4 b. A-5 c. E d. I 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 4 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

5 5. A child care facility which provides 24 hour care for more than 5 children 30 months old or less is a(n) occupancy. a. daycare b. E c. I-2 d. A-4 6. What occupancy classification is a furniture storage warehouse? a. S-1 b. S-2 c. F-2 d. H 7. A portable tank has a minimum capacity of gallons. a. 5 b. 10 c. 60 d Where terms are not defined through the methods authorized by this section, which book would be considered as providing ordinarily accepted meanings? a. the encyclopedia b. Merriam Webster s Collegiate Dictionary, 11 th edition c. NFPA 162 d. building code 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 5 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

6 Chapter 2 Answer Key 1. A Chapter 2 2. A Chapter 2 3. C B Chapter 2 5. C Chapter 2 6. A Chapter 2 7. C B B Chapter NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 6 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

7 Chapter 3 Worksheet 1. An outdoor fire for ceremonial purpose having a fuel diameter area of 3 feet or less and a height of 2 feet or less is a/an. a. bonfire b. recreational fire c. open burn d. rubbish fire 2. Fuel containers for asphalt kettles shall be locate feet from the burner. a. 1 b. 3 c. 5 d Dumpsters with a capacity of 1.5 cubic yards or more shall be kept feet from combustible construction. a. 2 b. 5 c. 10 d Which of the following fuels are prohibited when using open flame decorative devices? a. Class I b. Class II c. LP gas d. all of the above 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 7 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

8 5. Candles shall be in areas where occupants stand, in aisles, or exits. a. prohibited b. in non-combustible holders c. limited to 3 d. hand held only 6. Fire resistance rated partitions, fire barriers and fire walls which separate tenant spaces shall be. a. rated 1 hour b. rated 2 hour c. maintained d. listed 7. Guard post for vehicle impact protection shall be no less than feet deep in concrete of not less than 15 inches in diameter. a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d When boats or other motorcraft are stored inside buildings, the batteries shall be. a. disconnected b. 12 volt c. sealed d. enclosed 9. The code official is to require removal of fueled equipment from locations where he/she determines them to be hazardous. a. required b. mandated c. allowed d. authorized 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 8 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

9 10. Outside open storage is limited to feet in height. a. 12 b. 20 c. 30 d Candles, incense and similar open-flame-producing items shall not be allowed in sleeping units in occupancies a. R-2 b. R-4 c. I-3 d. S NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 9 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

10 Chapter 3 Answer Key 1. B D B D #1 5. A C B #3 8. A #1 9. D B A NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 10 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

11 Chapter 4 Worksheet 1. Where required by this code, fire safety and evacuation plans shall be by the code official. a. approved b. designed c. accepted d. reviewed 2. Which of the following occupancies are required to prepare and maintain a fire safety and evacuation plan? a. E b. R-1 c. high-rise buildings d. all of the above 3. An after-school child-care facility shall have fire/emergency evacuation drills every. a. month b. quarter c. quarterly on each shift d. year 4. MSDS for all hazardous materials shall be on the premises. a. located b. filed c. readily available d. posted 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 11 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

12 5. In motion picture theaters, notification of emergency exits to be projected on the screen. a. is allowed (when approved) b. is not allowed c. is required d. none of the above 6. In I-1 occupancies emergency evacuation drills shall involve the actual evacuation of all residents to a selected. a. exit b. assembly point c. corridor d. aisle 7. In R-2 occupancies, an emergency guide shall be given to each tenant initial occupancy. a. at the time of b. prior to c. within 30 days of d. with 90 days 8. Unoccupied tenant spaces in covered malls shall be kept free of. a. fire hazards b. exits c. electricity d. storage 9. In Group R-4 emergency evacuation drills shall be conducted at least times per year, two times per year on each shift. a. 1 b. 3 c. 4 d NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 12 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

13 Chapter 4 Answer Key 1. A D A Table C A exception 6. B B D #1 9. D NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 13 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

14 Chapter 5 Worksheet 1. Construction documents shall be submitted to the fire department for and approval prior to starting construction. a. permits b. documentation c. certification d. review 2. Unless by exception, fire apparatus roads shall have a 20 foot unobstructed width and feet of clear height. a b. 12 c d The required turning radius of fire apparatus access roads shall be. a. 35 feet b. determined by the code official c. asphalt or concrete d. paved 4. Maintenance of exit and exit access doors shall comply with. a. Chapter 10 of this code b. NFPA 101 c. ADA d. OSHA 5. The minimum height of building numbers is. a. 4 inches b. 6 inches c. as approved by code official d. large enough to be visible from the street 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 14 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

15 6. An approved lock shall be used on or similar barriers when required by the code official. a. doors b. gates c. buildings d. exits 7. The installation of security gates across a fire apparatus access road shall be approved by a. the building code official b. the public official c. the fire chief d. the police department 8. Private fire service mains shall be installed in accordance with. a. AWWA b. plumbing code c. NFPA 1 d. NFPA The code official shall prior to a water supply test. a. review plans b. approve plans c. calculate flows d. be notified 10. A clear space of shall be maintained around the circumference of a fire hydrant. a. 30 inches b. 36 inches c. 42 inches d. 48 inches 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 15 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

16 11. Fire protection equipment shall be identified. a. in an approved manner b. on plans c. with color codes d. with labels or tags 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 16 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

17 Chapter 5 Answer Key 1. D C B A A B C D D B A NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 17 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

18 Chapter 6 Worksheet 1. An air intake device which will capture by impingement, adhesion or similar means, grease and similar contaminants before they enter a duct system is a. a. hood b. plenum c. vent d. grease trap 2. The design, construction, and installation of fuel-fired appliances shall be in accordance with the. a. International Fuel Gas Code b. International Mechanical Code c. neither of the above d. both a & b 3. Metal chimneys shall be constructed and installed in accordance with the. a. International Fuel Gas Code b. International Mechanical Code c. NFPA 211 d. manufacturer s specifications 4. One or more fuel oil storage tanks containing Class II or III combustible liquid shall be permitted in a building. The aggregate capacity of all such tanks shall not exceed. a. 100 gallons b. 275 gallons c. 660 gallons d gallons 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 18 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

19 5. Portable unvented fuel-fired heating equipment is prohibited in occupancies. a. A b. E c. R-2 d. all of the above 6. Barriers designed to protect gas meters from vehicles shall be constructed of steel and filled with concrete. a. 2 diameter b. 4 diameter c. 15 diameter d pound rated 7. Covered malls, exceeding square feet in area, shall have stand by power systems, which are capable of operating emergency voice/alarm systems. a. 2,000 b. 10,000 c. 25,000 d. 50, When a building has standby emergency power and one elevator, the power must automatically transfer within seconds after normal power failure. a. 10 b. 20 c. 60 d Electrical service panels shall have a minimum working with of 30 inches, a depth of inches, and a height of inches. a. 36, 78 b. 30, 81 c. 36, 81 d. 36, NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 19 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

20 10. Extension cords and flexible cords shall not be used as a substitute for. a. outlets b. permanent wiring c. adapters d. power boxes 11. Extension cords shall be grounded when serving portable appliances. a. temporary b. rated c. grounded d. fixed 12. A written record of required testing for refrigerants systems shall be maintained. a. for 90 days b. for 1 year c. and filed with mechanical inspector d. on premises 13. New elevators shall be provided with Phase I emergency recall operation and Phase II emergency in-car operation in accordance with the. a. mechanical code b. NFPA 37 c. ANSI d. ASME A Stationary vented lead acid batteries shall be provided with. a. safety caps b. shields c. flame arresting vents d. directions 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 20 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

21 15. Commercial kitchen exhaust hoods shall comply with the requirements of what code? a. International Fire Code. b. International Building Code. c. International Mechanical Code d. International Fuel Gas Code. 16. A Type I hood shall be installed at or above all cooking appliances used for commercial purposes that produce grease vapors. a. domestic b. commercial c. neither d. both a and b 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 21 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

22 Chapter 6 Answer Key 1. A D C C D B (SECTION 312) 7. D C A B C D D A C D NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 22 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

23 Chapter 7 Worksheet 1. The required fire-resistance rating of all walls, doors, partitions, shafts, etc., shall be. a. rated b. maintained c. tested d. labeled 2. Opening protectives shall be maintained in operable condition as required in. a. International Building Code b. approved plans c. NFPA 80 d. NFPA Sliding fire doors shall be tested to insure proper operation. a. annually b. biennial c. periodically d. as required by the code official 4. Existing fusible link automatic door-closing devices are permitted if the link is not rated more than degrees Fahrenheit. a. 135 b. 165 c. 200 d NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 23 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

24 Chapter 7 Answer Key 1. B C A A NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 24 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

25 Chapter 8 Worksheet 1. Fire retardant coatings shall be or in accordance with the manufacturer s instructions. a. approved, listed b. maintained, renewed c. tested, renewed d. maintained, retained 2. Decorative foam used on stage scenery shall not produce more than kw when tested in accordance with UL a. 50 b. 100 c. 500 d. 1, Clothing and personal effects are allowed to be stored in corridors in Group I-4 daycares when. a. the corridor is protected with approved sprinkler system b. the corridor does not exceed 50 feet c. the corridor does not exceed 100 feet d. there are fire doors on each end 4. New upholstered furniture in Group I-3 jails shall meet test requirements of NFPA 260 for. a. Class I b. Class II c. Class III d. Class IV 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 25 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

26 5. Metal waste containers of more than gallon capacity shall be provided with a non-combustible or otherwise approved lid. a. 5 b. 10 c. 20 d Natural cut trees, unless by exception, are prohibited in Group occupancies. a. A b. E c. M d. all of the above 7. Curtains in Group A, E, I, R-1, and R-2 dormitories shall be flame resistant in accordance with and NFPA 701 or be noncombustible. a. NFPA 700 b. section c. ASME-E84 d. OSHA 8. Furnishings or other objects shall not be placed to obstruct exits, access thereto, egress therefrom or thereof. a. visibility b. travel c. lighting d. signage 9. An exit corridor in unsprinklered I-1 occupancy must be rated Class. a. a b. b c. c d. none of the above 2012 NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 26 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

27 Chapter 8 Answer Key 1. B B A EXCEPTION #1 4. A C D B A (3) 9. B TABLE NC Fire Code Level 1 Page 27 of 27 Revised: 10/2016

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