Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) means the organization, office, or individual responsible for approving layout drawings, equipment, an installation or a procedure. Usually the AHJ is the building and/or fire official of the city or county in which the job site is located. In certain cases, such as health care facilities, transient accommodations and day care facilities, the AHJ is the city or county building and/or fire official and the chief of the Washington state patrol, through the director of fire protection.
Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) means the State Fire Marshal or the legally appointed designee as prescribed in this chapter. (2) "International Code Council (ICC)" means International Code Council, Inc., 500 New Jersey Avenue N.W., 6th Floor, Washington, DC 20001-2070. (3) "Legally appointed designee" means those local or county officials specifically authorized under the Public Safety Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, to enforce the provisions of the State Fire Laws and State Fire Prevention Code. (4) "New building or condition" means a building, structure, installation, plant, equipment, renovation, or condition:
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Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) means authority having jurisdiction, and includes such county and municipal officers who are charged with the enforcement of state and municipal laws; consisting of all fire enforcement officials including designated staff from the Utah State Department of Public Safety.
Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) means an organization, office or individual responsible for enforcing the requirements of a code or standard, or for approving equipment, materials, an installation, or a procedure.
Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) means the State Fire authority. "Board" means Utah Fire Prevention Board. "ICBO" means International Conference of Building Officials. "IFCI" means International Fire Code Institute. "Licensing Authority" means the Utah Department of Health or the Utah Department of Human Services. ["Residential Care Facility" means a facility that provides a protected living arrangement to include sleeping accommodations for ambulatory, nonrestrained persons who may have a mental or physical impairment requiring supervision. Residential Care Facilities shall be licensed by the Utah Department of Health or the Utah Department of Human Services. Residential care facilities shall be classified as follows: