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Frequently Asked Questions
The IBC requires at least two means of egress from all spaces and buildings
with few exceptions. Some spaces and buildings are allowed to have one means of egress if the travel distance to an exit is short and the occupant load is low.
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Exit discharge means the part of the exit route that leads directly outside or to a street, walkway, refuge area, public way, or open space with access to the outside.
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Definition of Interior Exit Stairway An interior exit stairway is defined as “an exit component that serves to meet one or more means of egress design requirements, such as required number of exits or exit access travel distance, and provides for a protected path of egress travel to the exit discharge or public way.”
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6 Exterior exit stairway and ramp protection. Exterior exit stairways and ramps shall be separated from the interior of the building as required in Section 1023.2. I’m confused, Section 1023.2 does not say anything about protection of exterior exit protection: 1023.2 Construction. Enclosures for interior exit stairways
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The exterior walls and openings adjacent to the exterior exit stairway or ramp comply with Section 1023.7. 3.5. At any location in an open-ended corridor where a change of direction exceeding 45 degrees (0.79 rad) occurs, a clear opening of not less than 35 square feet (3.3 m 2) or an exterior stairway or ramp shall be provided.
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Edge protection is not required at: 1 ramps no higher than 6” that have side flares 2 ramp landings serving an adjoining run or stairway 3 sides of ramp landings with vertical drop-offs not exceeding ½” within 10” of the minimum landing area
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