Fire Safety Map

Are You Safe?
Does your building require fire extinguishers throughout?

Every state has a State Fire Code with a section on fire extinguisher requirements.
Scroll over each state to get an overview of what the state fire code is based on and if the state has made any enhancements to the fire code.

The dark gray states below have worked with The Fire Equipment Manufacturers' Association to change the states fire code to
Require Fire Extinguishers Throughout Most Occupancies in Buildings.

If you want to get involved and help out in your state, let us know.

Select a category below to learn more about state fire extinguisher requirements.
State Fire Code Based On
Alabama IFC 2021
Alaska IFC 2021
Arizona IFC 2018
Arkansas IFC 2021
California IFC 2021
Colorado IFC 2021
Connecticut IFC 2021
Delaware NFPA Model
Florida NFPA Model
Georgia IFC 2018
Hawaii NFPA Model
Idaho IFC 2018
Illinois NFPA Model
Iowa IFC 2015
Kansas NFPA Model
Kentucky IFC 2015
Louisiana NFPA Model
Maine NFPA Model
Maryland NFPA Model
Massachusetts NFPA Model
Michigan NFPA Model
Minnesota IFC 2018
Mississippi IFC 2018
Montana IFC 2021
Nebraska NFPA Model
Nevada NFPA Model
New Hampshire NFPA Model
New Mexico IFC 2015
New York IFC 2018
North Carolina IFC 2015
North Dakota IFC 2021
Ohio IFC 2015
Oklahoma IFC 2015
Oregon IFC 2021
Pennsylvania IFC 2021
Rhode Island NFPA Model
South Carolina IFC 2021
South Dakota IFC 2015
Tennessee IFC 2012
Utah IFC 2021
Vermont NFPA Model
Washington IFC 2018
West Virginia NFPA Model
Wisconsin NFPA Model
Wyoming IFC 2021
State Fire Code Based On
Indiana IFC 2012
New Jersey IFC 2015
Virginia IFC 2021
State Fire Code Based On
Missouri N/A
Texas N/A

NOTE: State and local laws, regulations and codes are constantly changing. Always consult the jurisdiction of interest for the most current information.