Suggested Fire Prevention Ordinance
A number of changes have been made in the new “Suggested Fire Prevention Ordinance,” as recommended by the National Board of Fire Underwriters.
There has been an increase in the section dealing with compressed and liquefied gases, other than acetylene. It includes more detailed regulations in connection with liquefied petroleum gases, such as propane and butane.
The regulations, in general, are a summary of the detailed regulations published in the National Board pamphlet on “Liquefied Petroleum Gases,” issued last year.
There is a slight revision in the rules regarding automobile tire rebuilding plants and automobile wrecking and junk yards.