Premiere Anaheim

Anaheim Convention Center, Hall D

Sunday, April 2 - Monday, April 3, 2023

The deadline to order for this Show has already expired

Fire Regulations

Anaheim Fire Department
Desiree Johannessen
Fire Inspector
201 S. Anaheim Boulevard, Suite 300
Anaheim, California 92805
TEL 714.765.4073
FAX 714.765.4608

All material used in construction and decoration of an exhibit must be flame retardant. Fabrics must be certified as flame retardant or a sample must be available for testing. Materials which cannot be treated to meet the requirements may not be used.

All exits and exit aisles must be kept clear and unobstructed. No furniture, signs, easels, chairs or displays may protrude into aisles. All aisles must be maintained at a minimum of eight (8) feet in width or unless otherwise approved on al floor plan.

Designated "no freight" aisles must be maintained clear of crates and exhibit materials during move-in and move-out. These aisles are required for emergency access throughout the hall and to expedite freight and empty crate moving.
All fire hose racks, fire extinguishers and emergency exits must be visible and accessible at all times. This includes fire protection equipment located within exhibits.

Exits and exit signs must not be covered by drapes nor obscured from view by exhibit components.

Vehicles on display must have fuel filler caps located or sealed to prevent escape of vapors and to avoid tampering. Batteries must be disconnected. Auxiliary batteries not connected to engine starting system may be left connected. External chargers are recommended for demonstration purposes. Fuel in the fuel tank shall not exceed one quarter of the tank capacity or five (5) gallons, whichever is less.
Combustible materials must not be stored beneath display vehicles. Space beneath vehicles must be clear and visible except for permitted electrical supplies. Vehicles in building for unloading must not be left with engine idling. Exhaust gases present extreme hazards to workers on catwalks. If an engine cannot be shut down, the vehicle must be removed from the building as quickly as possible.

Compressed air cylinders, including LPG, are prohibited unless approved by fire prevention office. Flammable gases, i.e., butane, propane, natural gas, etal are subject to prior approval. Nonflammable compressed gas cylinders must be secured in an upright position with gauges and regulator protected against physical damage.

All 110 volt extension cords shall be three-wire (grounded), #14 or larger AWG, copper wire. Connectors must not be supported by cords. Two wire. "Zip Cords" are not permitted other than factory installed appliance connectors, these may not exceed six (6) feet in length and must be UL approved.
Cube tap adapters are prohibited (Uniform Fire Code 8507), multi-plug adapters must be UL approved and have built-in overload protection. Connectors must not be used to exceed their listed ampere rating.
Electrical work under carpets must be done, or supervised, by the decorator's electrical contractor. All wiring on the floor must be Type "SO" cord, insulated to qualify for "extra hard usage" and must be No. 12AWG, or larger, and must be protected against injury or damage.
All temporary wiring must be accessible and free from debris and storage materials. Hard backed booths must have power supplies dropped within the booth.

No storage of any kind is allowed behind booths or near electrical service. Materials for handouts must be limited to one day supply and stored neatly within the booth. Violators will be notified and if not removed by show opening, show decorator will remove and store at Exhibitors Expense.

Areas enclosed by solid walls and ceilings must be equipped with approved smoke detectors.

All empty cartons or crates must be labeled and removed for storage or they will be removed as trash. Crates are not to be used as exhibit supports.

Flammable or combustible liquids are prohibited inside of buildings except as approved by the fire prevention office. Flammable thinners, solvents and paints including aerosol cans are strictly prohibited within the building.

Cooking and warming devices. Cooking and warming devices shall be electric. Sterno may be used for warming trays. Cooking devices shall be approved by a recognized testing laboratory; e.g., U.L., F.M. Cooking, warming devices, and/or heated products shall be isolated from the public by either placing the device a minimum of four (4) feet back from the front of the booth or provide a plexiglass shield 18 inches high, ¼ inch thick across the front, and down both sides of the demonstration area.

Decorative candles are not permitted.

Heat producing equipment. Welding, soldering, or any open flame devices are prohibited.