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Section 202 of the International Fire Code is hereby amended to include the following additional definitions:

High-rise Building. Buildings having occupied floors or occupied roof located more than 75 feet (22,860 mm) above the lowest level of fire department vehicle access.

Power Tap. A listed device for indoor use consisting of an attachment plug on one end of a flexible cord and two or more receptacles on the opposite end equipped with overcurrent protections

Public Safety Radio System Operator. Eastside Public Safety Communications Agency (EPSCA), its successor agency – Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network (PSERN) and any future successor agency.

Standby Power System. All references to Standby Power System shall be considered to indicate Legally Required Power in accordance with the Washington Cities Electrical Code, and NFPA 70 (National Electrical Code), and shall be in accordance with Chapter 27 Legally Required Standby Power, as a source of automatic electric power of a required capacity and duration to operate required building, hazardous materials or ventilation systems in the event of a failure of the primary power. Standby power systems are required for electrical loads where interruption of the primary power could create hazards or hamper rescue or fire-fighting operations.

Water Supply. The source and delivery system supplying the required flow (gpm) and pressure (psi) to a sprinkler system or other fire protection system/equipment.

(Ord. 6532 § 2, 2020.)