Answered By: Nicole Montgomery
Last Updated: Mar 08, 2022     Views: 1999

Important!!!

NFPA removed PDF versions from the database. The codes are now available to view only in HTML within the database.

Access is limited to a maximum of 17 simultaneous users.


Start at the EKU Libraries homepage and click on the Databases link.

 

Library homepage with Databases link highlighted

 

Select N from the list.

 

A-Z databases with letter N highlighted

 

Then Click on NFPA National Fire Codes Online.  This is a good time to double-check that you are not using a Chrome browser. Try using Firefox instead to access the National Fire Codes.

Databases page with NFPA National Fire Codes highlighted

 

You may then will then be prompted to log in through the EKU Microsoft Azure single-sign on. If you are prompted to log in, you will see a screen to sign in.

EKU Azure Single-Sign on Login in with picture of Daniel Boone statue in backbround

 

EKU Microsoft Azure examples:

  • Student (john_doe21@mymail.eku.edu)
  • Faculty/Staff (john.doe@eku.edu)

Your password is the same across all Azure logins.

 

You will then be logged into the National Fire Codes online database.

National Fire Codes Online landing page

 

Note that the codes are listed in numerical order.

 

Click on the code you need. Note that when you click on the code, several years will then be listed.  Here we are using NFPA 101: Life Safety Code as an example.

NFPA 101 Life Safety Code shown

 

Then simply click on year for the version of the code needed. You'll then be able to View the code.

 

You'll be able to view and read the code within your browser, as shown below.

HTML view of NFPA 101 Life Safety Code table of contents page

 

Important!!! NFPA removed PDF versions from the database. The codes are now only available to view in HTML within the database. In addition, access is limited to a maximum of 17 simultaneous users.

 

The video below uses NFPA 1600 as an example.


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