|(a) A new small Type A assisted living facility must
ensure any space where storage or an activity produces a greater potential
for a fully involved fire than that found in a one- or two-family
dwelling is protected according to the requirements of 22.214.171.124, Hazardous
Areas, in NFPA 101, Chapter 32, New Residential Board and Care Occupancies.
(b) A new small Type A assisted living facility must
ensure flammable or combustible liquids, including gasoline, oil-based
paint, charcoal lighter fluid, or similar products are not stored
in a building housing residents.
(c) A new small Type A assisted living facility using
commercial cooking equipment must protect the cooking operation according
to the requirements of NFPA 96.