09.20.01.07

.07 Modifications to the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code, NFPA 58.

A. Chapter 1, SCOPE AND ADMINISTRATION, omit PART 2 — ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT in its entirety.

B. The following sections are omitted in their entirety:

(1) Under Chapter 5 LP-Gas Equipment and Appliances, Section:

(a) 5.20 Appliances;

(b) 5.21 Vaporizers, Tank Heaters, Vaporizing Burners, and Gas Air Mixers;

(c) 5.22 Vehicle Fuel Dispensers;

(2) Under Chapter 6 Installation of LP-Gas Systems, Section:

(a) 6.2 Location of Containers;

(b) 6.19 Bulk Plant and Industrial Plant LP-Gas Systems;

(c) 6.20 LP-Gas Systems in Buildings or in building Roofs or Exterior Balconies;

(d) 6.21 Installation of Appliances;

(e) 6.22 Installation of Indirect-Fired Vaporizers;

(f) 6.23 Ignition source Control;

(g) 6.24 LP-Gas Systems on Vehicles (Other Than Engine Fuel Systems);

(h) 6.25 Vehicle Fuel Dispenser and Dispensing Stations;

(i) 6.26 Containers for Stationary Engineers;

(j) 6.27 Fire Protection; and

(k) 6.28 Alternate Provisions for Installation of ASME Containers.

C. The following chapters are omitted in their entirety:

(1) Chapter 7 LP-Gas Liquid Transfer;

(2) Chapter 8 Storage of Cylinders Awaiting Use, Resale, or Exchange;

(3) Chapter 9 Vehicular Transportation of LP-Gas;

(4) Chapter 10 Buildings or Structures Housing LP-Gas Distribution Facilities;

(5) Chapter 11 Engine Fuel Systems;

(6) Chapter 12 Refrigerated Containers;

(7) Chapter 13 Marine Shipping and Receiving; and

(8) Chapter 14 Operations and Maintenance.

D. Chapter 1 ADMINISTRATION.

On page 58-7, under Section 1.3 Application:

(1) Subsection 1.3.1 should be changed to read:

1.3.1 Application of Code. This code is limited to the installation and operation of containers, piping, and associated equipment, when delivering LP-Gas to a building or structure for use as a fuel gas. This code does not apply to portions of LP-Gas systems covered by NFPA 54 (ANSI Z223.1), National Fuel Gas Code.; and includes the following:

(1)—(4) text unchanged;

(2) Subsection 1.3.2 add the following as indicated below::

(1)—(11) text unchanged;

(12) Highway transportation of LP-Gas;

(13) The design, construction, installation, and operation of marine terminals whose primary purpose is the receipt of LP-Gas for delivery to transporters, distributers, or users; and

(14) The design, construction, installation, and operation of pipeline terminals that receive LP-Gas from pipelines under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)..

E. Chapter 4 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.

(1) Under Section 4.4 Qualification of Personnel, add new subsection 4.4.5 as indicated below:

4.4.5 Persons installing LP-Gas service within the scope of this Code shall be qualified for the installation and operation of the containers, piping, and associated equipment for delivering LP-Gas to a building or structure for use as its fuel gas by being certified for Certification Areas 1.0, 4.1, and 4.2 of the Certified Employee Training Program (CETP) of the National Propane Gas Association.