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NOTE - THE NOTED DISAPPROVED ITEMS MAY NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE LIST OF VIOLATIONS. THE DESIGNER IS TO CONDUCT A COMPLETE RE-REVIEW OF THE PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL VIOLATIONS OF THE STANDARD COMMENTS AND INCORRECT INFORMATION PRIOR TO RESUBMITTING.

 System plans must be picked up within 30 days. All system plans left longer than 30 days will be discarded as abandoned.

ADVANCED AUTO PARTS
00725 CHEYENNE MEADOWS RD

Review DateStatusComment(s)
12/19/2012 FYI This project is: Advanced Auto Parts, 725 Cheyenne Meadows Rd: interior remodel ATTENTION: See our web site for our latest fire department plan review comments. From the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department web site (www.pprbd.org), select "RELATED WEB SITES" in the upper right corner. Click on Colorado Springs FIRE PREVENTION. Then select PLAN REVIEW STATUS, click VIEW PLAN REVIEW STATUS. Scroll down to the correct address. You may then select APPROVED/DISAPPROVED to view comments associated with that particular project. Hazmat Plan review: M occupancy THIS REVIEW DOES NOT INCLUDE THE USED DIY TANK, SUBMIT TANK INSTALLLATION PERMIT TO THE CSFD UNDER SEPARATE COVER. SEE COMMENTS.
FYIChemical Inventory, as Declared Exempt Amounts of Hazardous Materials in Retail Occupancy (Interior): (2009 IFC) *All declared amounts are below the Maximum Allowable Quantities for General Storage or Display in an M occupancy; WITHOUT SPRINKLERS *** SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS FOR CHEMICAL INVENTORY
AttentionUSED OIL TANKS ATTENTION *******ATTENTION A CSFD Tank Installation Permit is required to be submitted prior to installation and prior to occupancy for any tank. The installation contractor shall submit a site plan showing the specific location of the tank with respect to buildings, walls, doors, property lines, public ways and drive lanes. Tank details (manufacturer's cut sheets) along with a declaration of secondary containment system and a declaration of tank contents shall be provided. Vehicular protection details shall be included on the dimensioned site plan, if applicable. SUBMIT TANK INSTALLATION PERMIT One 220 gallon USED OIL tank. "DIY" identified on chemical inventory sheet pg 1 of 10. THIS PLAN REVIEW DOES NOT INCLUDE THE AST PERMIT APPLICATION. AST PERMIT APPLICATION SHALL BE REVIEWED UNDER DEFERRED SUBMITTAL. The CSFD requires a Construction Permit for the installation of any aboveground fuel tank in excess of 60 gallons. (This tank declared as 220 gal by applicant. Flammable and combustible liquids shall comply with the IFC 2009 CHAPTERS 34 AND 27 as amended, and NFPA 30. It is the responsibility of the TANK INSTALLER to submit an application for the tank installation permit prior to installation. Forms may be found on the CSFD Office of the Fire Marshal, website. The tank installer shall submit to : Kay Yeager CSFD Office of the Fire Marshal 375 Printers Parkway *** Contact the Office of the Fire Marshal @ 719-385-5978 to schedule the tank permit inspection.
I-Aerosols, Level 1: -Aerosols, Level 2: -Aerosols, Level 3: TOTAL: all levels = 1040.63 lbs (All applicable provisions of 2009 IFC Chapter 28 and NFPA 30B shall apply) 2009 IFC CHAPTER 28: -2801.3: MSDS Information for aerosol products displayed shall be kept on the premises at an approved location. -2803.2: Cartons of Aerosols in Storage or on Display shall be identified on at least one side with the classification level or the aerosols contained within the carton as specified by this section. -2804.1: Any LEVEL I Aerosols found will be considered equivalent to a CLASS III Commodity and shall comply with all applicable requirements of the 2009 IFC and NFPA 13 with respect to palletized or rack storage, if encountered. -2804.7: Storage in 'GROUP M' Occupancies- Storage of LEVEL II and LEVEL III aerosol products shall comply with Table 2804.7. (2500 lbs per floor max). -SECTION 2806 (RETAIL DISPLAY & STORAGE): -2806.2: Level II and Level III Aerosol products in retail display areas shall not exceed the quantities needed for display and normal merchandising, and shall not exceed the quantities in Table 2806.2 (10,000 lbs Max ground, protected). ****ATTENTION. Total quantity shall not exceed 1000 lbs net weight in any one 100 square foot retail display area (footnote a). -2806.3: Level II and Level III Aerosols in storage areas adjacent to retail display areas shall not exceed the quantities shown in Table 2806.3 (2500 lbs Unseparated) (per NFPA 30B if Separated by a 1-Hr Wall) -2806.4: Level II and Level III Aerosols shall not be stacked more than 6 feet high unless shelved in accordance with this Section (then 8' max). -2806.5: Cartons shall be removed from retail display areas other than as excepted by this Section. -2806.6: Aisles not less than 4 feet wide in width shall be maintained on three sides of a retail display area containing aerosol products ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
IFLAMMABLE & COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS Total Flammable: 41.07 gal Total Combustible liquid: 1,707.58 gal These amounts exceed CSFD Permit Amounts but do not exceed the allowable quantity per control area of the aggregate of these chemicals as defined by 2009 IFC Table 3404.3.4.1 for retail. All applicable provisions of 2009 IFC 2701, 2703, 3404.3 (3404.3.3 / 3404.3.4) and Chapter 34 shall apply. Fire protection and container storage arrangements shall be in accordance with Table 3404.3.6.3(1): Sprinklered area: Class IB, IC, II-- max height 8 feet; Class IIIA & IIIB max height 12 feet. or the following: - Storage on shelves shall not exceed 6 feet in height, and shelving shall be metal. - Storage on pallets or in piles greater than 4 feet 6 inches (1372 mm) in height, or where the ceiling exceeds 18 feet in height, shall be protected in accordance with Table 3404.3.6.3(4), and the storage heights and arrangements shall be limited to those specified in Table 3404.3.6.3(2). - Storage on racks greater than 4 feet 6 inches in height, or where the ceiling exceeds 18 feet in height shall be protected in accordance Colorado Springs Fire Code, 2009 with Tables 3404.3.6.3(5), 3404.3.6.3(6), and 3404.3.6.3(7) as appropriate, and the storage heights and arrangements shall be limited to those specified in Table 3404.3.6.3(3). - Combustible commodities shall not be stored above flammable and combustible liquids. - All containers shall be provided with a warning indicator stating the liquid is flammable, and shall be kept away from heat and an open flame. - An aisle and storage plans shall be submitted in accordance with Chapter 27.
I-Corrosive : Battery acids = 171 gals This quantity does not exceed the CSFD permit amounts and do not exceed the allowable amounts per control area as defined by 2009 IFC Table 2703.1.1(4). 2009 IFC CHAPTER 31 -3101.1: Display and Storage in Group M Occupancies complying with 2703.11 will not be required to meet the requirements of Chapter 31 2003 IFC CHAPTER 27 -2703.11: -20 gallons per sqft MAX on floor per 2703.11.3.1 (liquid) -200 lbs per sqft MAX on floor per 2703.11.3.1 (solid) -6' max height in retail area, 8' max height in storage area per 2703.11.3.2 -Containers less than 5 gal / 25 lbs shall be stored on shelves per 2703.11.3.3 -Shelves shall be in accordance with 2703.9.9 -Incompatable materials shall be separated per 2703.9.8 (20' min) -Floors shall be per 2704.12 (noncombustible) -Aisles shall be maintained 4' wide on three sides of the display area per 2703.11.3.9 -Hazard Idenification signs shall be provided in accordance with 2703.5
I-Toxic (Liquid): 3.4 Gal.* These quantities do not exceed the CSFD permit quantities and do not exceed the maximum allowable quantity per control area in an M or S occupancy per 2003 IFC Table 2703.11.1 (100 gallons) for facilities conforming to the requirements of 2703.11.1 - 2703.11.3.10. Per 2009 IFC 2703.11.1, there may be a MAXIMUM of 100 gallons of Toxic Liquids in this facility PROVIDED THAT the facility meets all requirements of 2003 IFC 2703.11.1 - 2703.11.3.10.
IFLAMMABLE GAS 29. cf NON FLAMMABLE GAS 1.79 cf
I-Organic Peroxides Class III (Liquid): 0.08 Gal This quanity does not exceed the permit threshold quantity (1 gallon)
AttentionHazardous Materials Permit and Inspection HMMP - A Hazardous Materials Management Plan (HMMP) must be developed, submitted, and continuously maintained for this location. The information contained within the HMMP is required in order to complete the current project plan review. Guidance on the format and required information for the HMMP can be found on the CSFD Web Site and in an Information Packet available from the CSFD Office of the Fire Marshal. This packet can be downloaded at: ** This facility is required to apply for an ANNUAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OPERATIONAL PERMIT WITH THE OFFICE OF THE FIRE MARSHAL. THE CSFD PERMIT APPLICATION WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND CANNOT BE USED AT THIS TIME. THE CSFD HAZMAT SPECIALIST/INSPECTOR WILL WORK WITH THE OCCUPANT TO APPLY FOR AND MAINTAIN THE CHEMICAL INVENTORY AND PERMIT. **** A construction hazmat inspection is required for this facility and an annual operational hazardous materials permit inspection shall be completed no less than 60 days following stock and occupancy. Please contact the Office of the Fire Marshal @ 719-385-5978 to schedule your inspection. Your inspector is: Jay Weightman, Hazardous Materials Specialist.
FYILabeling - An NFPA 704 compliant Hazard Placard is required for each pedestrian entry door rooms containing hazardous materials in excess of the exempt amounts (this door could be interior or exterior) and all such doors shall be included. The minimum size of the Hazard Placard shall be 15" by 15". This requirement is subject to verification at the time of the Hazardous materials Inspection prior to signing the Fire Final.
IEach rack of batteries, or group of racks shall be provided with a liquid-tight 4-inch (101.6 mm) spill-control barrier which extends at least 1 inch (25.4 mm) beyond the battery rack in all directions.
FYIATTENTION: Incompatible materials shall be separated per 2703.9.8 (20' min)
AttentionNOTE TO FIRE INSPECTOR: Prior to scheduling the Fire Final please contact the Hazardous Materials Inspector to arrange a Hazardous Materials Inspection prior to final signature being provided. Hazmat Construction Final Inspection required. Contact the Office of the Fire Marshal @ 719 385-5978 to schedule your inspection.
FYIINDOOR SPILL CONTROL REQUIREMENTS Spill control shall prevent the flow of liquids storage or use areas into adjoining areas. Where an individual vessel exceeds 55 gallons or where all vessels in a control area exceed an aggregate of 1000 gallons: Floors in indoor locations shall be constructed to contain a spill from the largest single vessel by one of the following methods: 1. Liquid-tight sloped or recessed floors in indoor locations, 2. Liquid-tight floors in indoor locations provided with liquid-tight raised or recessed sills or dikes, or 3. Sumps and collection systems. Except for surfacing, the floors, sills, dikes, sumps and collection systems shall be constructed of noncombustible material, and the liquid-tight seal shall be compatible with the material stored. When liquid-tight sills or dikes are provided, they are not required at perimeter openings which are provided with an open-grate trench across the opening that connects to an approved collection system.
FYIINDOOR SECONDARY CONTAINMENT REQUIREMENTS - PART 1 OF 2 Where an individual vessel exceeds 55 gallons or where all vessels in a control area exceed an aggregate of 1000 gallons: Secondary containment shall be provided to prevent a leaking or failed primary container and associated fire suppression water from spreading throughout an area. The building, room or area shall contain or drain the hazardous materials and fire-protection water through the use of one of the following methods: 1. Liquid-tight sloped or recessed floors, 2. Liquid-tight floors provided with liquid-tight raised or recessed sills or dikes, 3. Sumps and collection systems, or 4. Drainage systems leading to an approved location. 5. Listed integrated secondary containment (dbl walled tanks) Incompatible materials shall be separated from each other in the secondary containment system. Secondary containment shall be designed to contain a spill from the largest vessel plus the design flow volume of fire-protection water calculated to discharge from the fire-extinguishing system over the minimum required system design area or area of the room or area in which the storage is located, whichever is smaller, for a period of 20 minutes. A monitoring method shall be provided to detect hazardous materials in the secondary containment system. The monitoring method is allowed to be visual inspection of the primary or secondary containment, or other approved means. Where secondary containment is subject to the intrusion of water, a monitoring method for detecting water shall be provided. When monitoring devices are provided, they shall be connected to distinct visual or audible alarms.
FYIINDOOR SECONDARY CONTAINMENT REQUIREMENTS - PART 2 OF 2 Where an individual vessel exceeds 55 gallons or where all vessels in a control area exceed an aggregate of 1000 gallons: Drainage systems shall be in accordance with the Plumbing Code and the following: 1. The slope of floors shall not be less than 1 percent, 2. Drains shall be sized to carry the volume of the fire-protection water as determined by the design density discharged from the automatic fire-extinguishing system over the minimum required system design area or area of the room or area in which the storage is located, whichever is smaller, 3. Materials of construction for drainage systems shall be compatible with the materials stored, 5. Incompatible materials shall be separated from each other in the drainage system, and 6. Drains shall terminate in an approved location away from buildings, valves, means of egress, fire access roadways, adjoining property and storm drains.
FYITank - Approved portable fire extinguisher(s) shall be provided with a minimum size of 2-A:20-B:C rating with a maximum travel distance not less than 10 feet or more than 50 feet.
AttentionAn approved method to neutralize spilled electrolyte shall be provided. The method shall be capable of neutralizing a spill from the largest lead-acid battery to a pH between 7.0 and 9.0.
FYISmoking and open flames shall be prohibited in areas used for servicing motor vehicles. Proper "NO SMOKING BY ORDER OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT" signs shall be posted. These signs are to have the "NO SMOKING" words in letters a minimum of 1 1/2 inches high, 1/4 inch stroke. All other letters are to be a minimum of 3/4 inch high with 1/8 inch stroke. The letters are to be black on a sharp red background
FYIDrained motor vehicle fuel shall be stored and handled as required for class I liquids
FYIContainers with mixed oil and fuel shall be stored and handled as class I liquids
FYIMaterial Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all hazardous materials shall be either readily available on the premises as a paper copy, or where approved, shall be permitted to be readily retrievable by electronic access. Approved electronic access shall be as follows: 1. Media shall be USB Flash Drive. 2. Format shall be Microsoft Word 2000 or newer docu-ment, PDF, or other approved format. Where a Knox Box is located at a facility, one USB de-vice shall be stored in the Knox Box and one device shall be located in an approved location(s). All devices and content shall be maintained.


 

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