Smoke control systems.
Carbon monoxide detection.
Egress for outdoor areas.
Accessible means of egress.
Doors, gates, and turnstiles.
Floor-level exit signs.
Spaces under bleachers and grandstands.
Design of Type A and B units.
Scoping requirements — limited access spaces.
Dwelling units and sleeping units.
Secondary Roof drainage.
Roof covering classification.
Roof covering materials.
Roof snow load.
Structural tests and special inspections.
Basement floor base course.
Presumptive load-bearing values for saturated soils.
Shallow post foundations.
Frost-protected shallow foundations.
Empirical design of masonry.
Steel trusses spanning 60 feet or greater.
Wood trusses spanning 60 feet or greater.
Glass and glazing for elevators.
Gypsum board and plaster.
Additional criteria for toilets.
Standardized fire service elevator keys.
Pedestrian walkways and tunnels.
Swimming pool enclosures.
Encroachments into the public right-of-way.
Safeguards during construction.
Protection of adjoining property.
The requirements in IBC chapter 1 are not included as part of chs. SPS 361
SPS 362.0100 Note
The sections in this chapter are generally numbered to correspond with the section numbering in the IBC, e.g., s. SPS 362.0202
corresponds to IBC section 202.
SPS 362.0100 Note
As used throughout chs. SPS 361
, “not included as part of chs. SPS 361
” is intended to convey that the referenced requirements are not incorporated, and therefore cannot be enforced through chs. SPS 361
. However, local ordinances may include the referenced requirements, as specified in s. SPS 361.03
SPS 362.0100 Note
IBC section 101.2 addresses the scope of the IBC. For the scope of the Wisconsin Commercial Building Code, see s. SPS 361.02
. Three or more attached townhouses, as referenced in an exception under IBC section 101.2, are included within the scope listed in s. SPS 361.02
. Detached one- and two-family dwellings, as likewise referenced in an exception under IBC section 101.2, and elsewhere in the IBC, are not included within the scope listed in s. SPS 361.02
, but are regulated in Wisconsin by chs. SPS 320
, in accordance with subch. II of ch. 101
These are department definitions for this chapter in addition to the definitions in IBC section 202:
“High-piled combustible storage” means storage of combustible materials in closely packed piles or on pallets, racks, or shelves where the top of storage is greater than 12 feet in height. When required by the fire code official, high-piled combustible storage also includes certain high-hazard commodities, such as rubber tires, Group A plastics, flammable liquids, idle pallets, and similar commodities, where the top of storage is greater than 6 feet in height.
“Neutral plane for a deep foundation” means the level at which drag load, accumulated from the top down, added to the long-term static service load, equals the upward acting shaft resistance accumulated from the bottom up, added to the deep foundation's toe resistance.
“Self-service storage facility” has the meaning given in s.704.90 (1) (g), Stats.
Substitute the following definitions for the corresponding definition in IBC section 202:
SPS 362.0202 Note
Section 145.01 (2)
, Stats., reads as follows: “ `Automatic fire sprinkler system,' for fire protection purposes, means an integrated system of underground and overhead piping designed in accordance with fire protection engineering standards. The system includes a suitable water supply, such as a gravity tank, fire pump, reservoir or pressure tank or connection beginning at the supply side of an approved gate valve located at or near the property line where the pipe or piping system provides water used exclusively for fire protection and related appurtenances and to standpipes connected to automatic sprinkler systems. The portion of the sprinkler system above ground is a network of specially sized or hydraulically designed piping installed in a building,structure or area, generally overhead, and to which sprinklers are connected in a systematic pattern. The system includes a controlling valve and a device for actuating an alarm when the system is in operation. The system is usually activated by heat from a fire and discharges water over the fire area."
“Commercial motor vehicle” means a motor vehicle used to transport passengers or property if the motor vehicle meets either of the following:
The vehicle is designed to transport 16 or more passengers including the driver.