§ 131.09  FACILITY AND GROUNDS FIRE REGULATIONS.
   (A)   No person shall light an open flame or start an open fire any place on the Airport except in compliance with the North Carolina Building and Fire Code.
   (B)   No person shall use flammable volatile liquids having a flash point of less than 100 degrees Fahrenheit in the cleaning of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, appliances, or for any other purpose, unless such operations are conducted in open air, or in a room specifically set aside for that purpose, which must be properly fireproofed and equipped with adequate and readily accessible fire extinguishing apparatus.
   (C)   No person shall store material or equipment, use flammable liquids or gases, or allow their premises to become in such condition so as to violate, in any manner the North Carolina Building and Fire Code, or other appropriate Federal, State, or local laws, provided, that such materials may be kept in an aircraft in the proper receptacles installed in the aircraft for such purpose, or in rooms or areas specifically approved for such storage by the City, or in Underwriters Laboratory approved safety cans with appropriate grounding and bonding per National Fire Protection Association.
   (D)   Lessees of all hangars and buildings shall provide approved fire extinguishers and equipment, and they shall be kept in operating condition and inspected at least every 12 months by trained personnel. This shall conform to the requirements detailed in the North Carolina Building and Fire Code, or other appropriate Federal, State, or local laws.
   (E)   Lessees shall provide suitable Underwriters Laboratory approved metal receptacles with self-sealing covers for the storage of waste and waste contaminated rags. All used waste and rags or other rubbish shall be removed by the lessees at least daily per NFPA 502. Lessees may contract with other agencies or persons for the removal of this material, subject to the approval of the City. If after warning by the City, the area is not cleaned, cleaning will be arranged by the City and billed to the lessee. All waste operations shall conform to the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120 Hazardous Waste Operations, or other appropriate Federal, State, or local laws.
   (F)   The procedure and precautions outlined in the criteria of the NFPA standards: NFPA 409 Aircraft Hangars, NFPA 410 Aircraft Maintenance, NFPA 410 D, Safeguarding Aircraft Cleaning, Painting, and Paint Removal, NFPA 410 F, Aircraft Cabin Cleaning and Refurbishing Operations, and NFPA 415, Airport Terminal Buildings, Fueling Ramps, and Loading Walkways, or other appropriate Federal, State, or local laws or guidelines, shall be adhered to in all operations on the Airport property.
   (G)   All applicable provisions of the North Carolina State Building Code, Fire Prevention, or other appropriate Federal, State, or local laws, shall be adhered to in all operations on the Airport property.
(Ord. O-2019-09, passed 3-5-19)