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The 2009 Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code has been updated to reflect changes in the revised 2009 edition of the International Fire Code®. The Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code (SFPC) is a state regulation promulgated by the Virginia Board of Housing and Community Development in cooperation with the Virginia Fire Services Board, both Governor-appointed boards, for the purpose of establishing statewide standards to safeguard life and property from the hazards of fire or explosion arising from the improper maintenance of life safety and fire prevention and protection materials, devices, systems and structures and the unsafe storage handling, and use of substances, materials and devices, including fireworks, explosives and blasting agents, wherever located.
In keeping with the designations of the Statewide Fire Prevention Code used previously, since the 2009 edition of the International Fire Code is incorporated by reference into this version of the Statewide Fire Prevention Code, it is known as the 2009 edition of the Statewide Fire Prevention Code. The Statewide Fire Prevention Code is part of the Virginia Administrative Code (VAC), the official compilation of state regulations published under the authority and guidance of the Virginia Code Commission. Due to the difference in the section numbering system between the VAC and the model code incorporated by reference into the Statewide Fire Prevention Code, the Statewide Fire Prevention Code utilizes a dual section numbering system.