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Subchapter C—Real Property
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Part 102-80—Safety and Environmental Management

Subpart A—General Provisions

102-80.5— What is the scope of this part?
102-80.10— What are the basic safety and environmental management policies for real property?

Subpart B—Safety and Environmental Management

Asbestos
102-80.15— What are Federal agencies’ responsibilities concerning the assessment and management of asbestos?
Radon
102-80.20— What are Federal agencies’ responsibilities concerning the abatement of radon?
Indoor Air Quality
102-80.25— What are Federal agencies’ responsibilities concerning the management of indoor air quality?
Lead
102-80.30— What are Federal agencies’ responsibilities concerning lead?
Hazardous Materials and Wastes
102-80.35— What are Federal agencies’ responsibilities concerning the monitoring of hazardous materials and wastes?
Underground Storage Tanks
102-80.40— What are Federal agencies’ responsibilities concerning the management of underground storage tanks?
Seismic Safety
102-80.45— What are Federal agencies’ responsibilities concerning seismic safety in Federal facilities?
Risks and Risk Reduction Strategies
102-80.50— Are Federal agencies responsible for identifying/estimating risks and for appropriate risk reduction strategies?
102-80.55— Are Federal agencies responsible for managing the execution of risk reduction projects?
Facility Assessments
102-80.60— Are Federal agencies responsible for performing facility assessments?
Incident Investigation
102-80.65— What are Federal agencies’ responsibilities concerning the investigation of incidents, such as fires, accidents, injuries, and environmental incidents?
Responsibility for Informing Tenants
102-80.70— Are Federal agencies responsible for informing their tenants of the condition and management of their facility safety and environment?
Assessment of Environmental Issues
102-80.75— Who assesses environmental issues in Federal construction and lease construction projects?

Subpart C—Accident and Fire Prevention

102-80.80— With what general accident and fire prevention policy must Federal agencies comply?
State and Local Codes
102-80.85— Are Federally owned and leased buildings exempt from State and local code requirements in fire protection?
Fire Administration Authorization Act of
102-80.90— Is the Fire Administration Authorization Act of 1992 (Public Law 102-522) relevant to fire protection engineering?
102-80.95— Is the Fire Administration Authorization Act of 1992 applicable to all Federal agencies?
Automatic Sprinkler Systems
102-80.100— What performance objective should an automatic sprinkler system be capable of meeting?
Equivalent Level of Safety Analysis
102-80.105— What information must be included in an equivalent level of safety analysis?
102-80.110— What must an equivalent level of safety analysis indicate?
102-80.115— Is there more than one option for establishing that an equivalent level of safety exists?
102-80.120— What analytical and empirical tools should be used to support the life safety equivalency evaluation?
102-80.125— Who has the responsibility for determining the acceptability of each equivalent level of safety analysis?
102-80.130— Who must perform the equivalent level of safety analysis?
102-80.135— Who is a qualified fire protection engineer?
Room of Origin
102-80.140— What is meant by “room of origin”?
Flashover
102-80.145— What is meant by “flashover”?
Reasonable Worst Case Fire Scenario
102-80.150— What is meant by “reasonable worst case fire scenario”?
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