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International Fire Engineering Guidelines

The International Fire Engineering Guidelines have been developed from the original Fire Engineering Guidelines developed by the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) and published in 2001.

The International Fire Engineering Guidelines (IFEG) were developed with consultation from the Inter-jurisdictional Regulatory Collaboration Council (IRCC), the International Code Council (ICC), United States of America and the Department of Building and Housing, New Zealand (DBH). After a collaborative approach was taken, the International version was developed for use in Canada, Australia, USA and New Zealand.[1]

This section considers relevant parts of the IFEG:

[1] International Fire Engineering Guidelines, Foreword

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