NFPA One- and Two-Family Building Code

Resolved that NAHB urge its members and affiliated home builders associations to oppose the development of the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) One-and Two-Family Building Code (OTFBC);

Further resolved that NAHB support, to the extent possible, efforts by its members and affiliated home builders associations to oppose the development of the NFPA OTFBC and the adoption of it in their state and local jurisdictions, and

Further resolved that NAHB urge NFPA to abandon code development activities related to the NFPA OTFBC and to work with ICC to integrate the other NFPA codes and standards into the ICC family of codes with the goal of achieving a single coordinated set of national model building codes.

Resolution originally adopted: 2005.1 No. 3

Committee with primary jurisdiction:
  • Construction, Codes & Standards Committee

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