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<p>In addition to the <em>means of egress</em> required by this chapter, provisions shall be made for <em>emergency escape and rescue openings</em> in Group R occupancies. <em>Basements</em> and sleeping rooms below the fourth story above <em>grade plane</em> shall have at least one exterior <em>emergency escape and rescue opening</em> in accordance with this section. Where <em>basements</em> contain one or more sleeping rooms, <em>emergency escape and rescue openings</em> shall be required in each sleeping room, but shall not be required in adjoining areas of the <em>basement</em>. Such openings shall open directly into a <em>public way</em> or to a <em>yard </em>or<em> court</em> that opens to a <em>public way</em>.</p>
<ul class="exception"><li><strong>Exceptions:</strong><ol><li><em>Groups R-1 and R-2 occupancies are not required to provide emergency and escape openings where they comply with all of the following:</em><ol><li><em>Each story has access to two or more means of egress.<br /></em></li>
<li><em>The building is constructed of Type I, Type II, Type IIIA or Type IV construction.</em></li>
<li><em>The building is equipped throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Sections 903.3.1.1 or 903.3.3.2.</em></li>
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<li><em>The emergency escape and rescue opening is permitted to open onto a balcony within an atrium in accordance with the requirements of Section 404, provided the balcony provides access to an exit and the dwelling unit or sleeping unit has a means of egress that is not open to the atrium.</em></li>
<li><em>Basements</em> with a ceiling height of less than 80 inches (2032 mm) shall not be required to have <em>emergency escape and rescue openings</em>.</li>
<li><em>Emergency escape and rescue openings</em> are not required from <em>basements</em> or sleeping rooms that have an <em>exit</em> door or <em>exit access</em> door that opens directly into a <em>public way</em> or to a <em>yard</em>, <em>court</em> or exterior exit balcony that opens to a <em>public way</em>.</li>
<li><em>Basements</em> without <em>habitable spaces</em> and having not more than 200 square feet (18.6 m<sup>2</sup>) in floor area shall not be required to have <em>emergency escape and rescue openings</em>.</li>
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<p>In addition to the <em>means of egress</em> required by this chapter, <em>emergency escape and rescue openings </em>shall be provided in the following occupancies:</p>
<div style="padding-left:30px;">1. Group R-1 and R-2 occupancies.</div>
<div style="padding-left:30px;">2. Group R-1 and R-2 occupancies located on stories with one exit or access to one exit where permitted by Tables 1006.3.2(1) and 1006.3.2(2). </div>
<div style="padding-left:30px;">3. Group R-3 occupancies.</div>
<p><br /><em>Basements</em> and sleeping rooms below the fourth story above <em>grade plane</em> shall have at least one exterior <em>emergency escape and rescue opening</em> in accordance with this section. Where <em>basements</em> contain one or more sleeping rooms, <em>emergency escape and rescue openings</em> shall be required in each sleeping room, but shall not be required in adjoining areas of the <em>basement</em>. Such openings shall open directly into a <em>public way</em> or to a <em>yard </em>or<em> court</em> that opens to a <em>public way</em>.</p>
<ul class="exception"><li><strong>Exceptions:</strong><br /><ol><li><em>Emergency escape and rescue opening</em> are not required from Group R-1 and R-2 occupancies where each story has access to at least two exits or access to exits and the building is equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1.</li>
<li><em>Basements</em> with a ceiling height of less than 80 inches (2032 mm) shall not be required to have <em>emergency escape and rescue openings</em>.</li>
<li><em>Emergency escape and rescue openings</em> are not required from <em>basements</em> or sleeping rooms that have an <em>exit</em> door or <em>exit access</em> door that opens directly into a <em>public way</em> or to a <em>yard</em>, <em>court</em> or exterior exit balcony that opens to a <em>public way</em>.</li>
<li><em>Basements</em> without <em>habitable spaces</em> and having not more than 200 square feet (18.6 m<sup>2</sup>) in floor area shall not be required to have <em>emergency escape and rescue openings</em>.</li>
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<p>In addition to the <em>means of egress</em> required by this chapter, <del class="diffmod">provisions </del><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue openings </ins></em>shall be <del class="diffmod">made for </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue openings</del></em><ins class="diffmod">provided</ins> in<ins class="diffins"> the following occupancies:</ins></p><ins class="diffins"> </ins><div style="padding-left:30px;" class="diffmod"><ins class="diffins">1.</ins> Group R<ins class="diffins">-1 and R-2</ins> occupancies.<del class="diffmod"> </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">Basements</del></em></div><ins class="diffmod"> </ins><div style="padding-left:30px;" class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">2. Group R-1 and R-2 occupancies located on stories with one exit or access to one exit where permitted by Tables 1006.3.2(1) and 1006.3.2(2). </ins></div><ins class="diffmod"> </ins><div style="padding-left:30px;" class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">3. Group R-3 occupancies.</ins></div><ins class="diffmod"> </ins><p class="diffmod"><br /><em><ins class="diffmod">Basements</ins></em> and sleeping rooms below the fourth story above <em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">grade plane</del></em><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">grade plane</ins></em> shall have at least one exterior <em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue opening</del></em><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue opening</ins></em> in accordance with this section. Where <em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">basements</del></em><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">basements</ins></em> contain one or more sleeping rooms, <em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue openings</del></em><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue openings</ins></em> shall be required in each sleeping room, but shall not be required in adjoining areas of the <em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">basement</del></em><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">basement</ins></em>. Such openings shall open directly into a <em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">public way</del></em><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">public way</ins></em> or to a <em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">yard </del></em><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">yard </ins></em>or<em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod"> court</del></em><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod"> court</ins></em> that opens to a <em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">public way</del></em><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">public way</ins></em>.</p> <ul class="diffmod exception"><li><strong><del class="diffmod">Exceptions:</del></strong><ol><li><em><del class="diffmod">Groups R-1 and R-2 occupancies are not required to provide emergency and escape openings where they comply with all of the following:</del></em><ol><li><em><del class="diffmod">Each story has access to two or more means of egress.</del><br / class="diffmod"></em></li><del class="diffmod"> </del><li class="diffmod"><em><del class="diffmod">The building is constructed of Type I, Type II, Type IIIA or Type IV construction.</del></em></li><del class="diffmod"> </del><li class="diffmod"><em><del class="diffmod">The building is equipped throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Sections 903.3.1.1 or 903.3.3.2.</del></em></li><del class="diffmod"> </del></ol></li><del class="diffmod"> </del><li class="diffmod"><em><del class="diffmod">The emergency escape and rescue opening is permitted to open onto a balcony within an atrium in accordance with the requirements of Section 404, provided the balcony provides access to an exit and the dwelling unit or sleeping unit has a means of egress that is not open to the atrium.</del></em></li><del class="diffmod"> </del><li class="diffmod"><em><del class="diffmod">Basements</del></em><del class="diffmod"> with a ceiling height of less than 80 inches (2032 mm) shall not be required to have </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue openings</del></em><del class="diffmod">.</del></li><del class="diffmod"> </del><li class="diffmod"><em><del class="diffmod">Emergency escape and rescue openings</del></em><del class="diffmod"> are not required from </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">basements</del></em><del class="diffmod"> or sleeping rooms that have an </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">exit</del></em><del class="diffmod"> door or </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">exit access</del></em><del class="diffmod"> door that opens directly into a </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">public way</del></em><del class="diffmod"> or to a </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">yard</del></em><del class="diffmod">, </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">court</del></em><del class="diffmod"> or exterior exit balcony that opens to a </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">public way</del></em><del class="diffmod">.</del></li><del class="diffmod"> </del><li class="diffmod"><em><del class="diffmod">Basements</del></em><del class="diffmod"> without </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">habitable spaces</del></em><del class="diffmod"> and having not more than 200 square feet (18.6 m</del><sup class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">2</del></sup><del class="diffmod">) in floor area shall not be required to have </del><em class="diffmod"><del class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue openings</del></em><del class="diffmod">.</del></li><del class="diffmod"> </del></ol></li><del class="diffmod"> </del></ul><ul class="diffmod exception"><li><strong><ins class="diffmod">Exceptions:</ins></strong><br /><ol><li><em><ins class="diffmod">Emergency escape and rescue opening</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> are not required from Group R-1 and R-2 occupancies where each story has access to at least two exits or access to exits and the building is equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1.</ins></li><ins class="diffmod"> </ins><li class="diffmod"><em><ins class="diffmod">Basements</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> with a ceiling height of less than 80 inches (2032 mm) shall not be required to have </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue openings</ins></em><ins class="diffmod">.</ins></li><ins class="diffmod"> </ins><li class="diffmod"><em><ins class="diffmod">Emergency escape and rescue openings</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> are not required from </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">basements</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> or sleeping rooms that have an </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">exit</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> door or </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">exit access</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> door that opens directly into a </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">public way</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> or to a </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">yard</ins></em><ins class="diffmod">, </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">court</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> or exterior exit balcony that opens to a </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">public way</ins></em><ins class="diffmod">.</ins></li><ins class="diffmod"> </ins><li class="diffmod"><em><ins class="diffmod">Basements</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> without </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">habitable spaces</ins></em><ins class="diffmod"> and having not more than 200 square feet (18.6 m</ins><sup class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">2</ins></sup><ins class="diffmod">) in floor area shall not be required to have </ins><em class="diffmod"><ins class="diffmod">emergency escape and rescue openings</ins></em><ins class="diffmod">.</ins></li><ins class="diffmod"> </ins></ol></li><ins class="diffmod"> </ins></ul>
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