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ISBN 978 0 626 25157 4, SANS 10400 A 2010, SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL STANDARD. The application of the National Building, Regulations. Part A General principles and requirements, Published by SABS Standards Division. 1 Dr Lategan Road Groenkloof Private Bag X191 Pretoria 0001. Tel 27 12 428 7911 Fax 27 12 344 1568, www sabs co za. SANS 10400 A 2010, Table of changes, Change No Date Scope.
Acknowledgement, The SABS Standards Division wishes to acknowledge the work of the South African Institution of. Civil Engineering and other industry bodies and associations who participated in reinterpreting. many of the functional regulations and updating many of the deemed to satisfy requirements of this. This South African standard was approved by National Committee SABS TC 59 Construction. standards in accordance with procedures of the SABS Standards Division in compliance with. annex 3 of the WTO TBT agreement, This document was published in November 2010. This document supersedes the corresponding parts of SABS 0400 1990 first revision. Compliance with the requirements of this document will be deemed to be compliance with the. requirements of part A of the National Building Regulations issued in terms of the National Building. Regulations and Building Standards Act 1977 Act No 103 of 1977. SANS 10400 consists of the following parts under the general title The application of the National. Building Regulations, Part A General principles and requirements. Part B Structural design, Part C Dimensions, Part D Public safety. Part F Site operations, Part G Excavations, Part H Foundations.
Part J Floors, Part K Walls, Part L Roofs, Part M Stairways. Part N Glazing, SANS 10400 A 2010, Foreword concluded. Part O Lighting and ventilation, Part P Drainage, Part Q Non water borne means of sanitary disposal. Part R Stormwater disposal, Part S Facilities for persons with disabilities. Part T Fire protection, Part V Space heating, Part W Fire installation.
Annexes A and D form an integral part of this document Annexes B and C are for information only. Introduction, Development in the building industry is a continuous process With the passage of time new. materials become available design methods are refined and innovative building systems are. introduced Political change also results in the development of new policies and approaches to. various aspects of building and construction that might impact on regulatory requirements It is. therefore obvious that building regulations and the interpretation thereof cannot remain static if they. are to accommodate such policy changes and allow for the early use of innovation in construction. The Bill of Rights contained in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa 1996 Act No 108 of. 1996 contains rights relating to the environment Section 24 reads as follows. Everyone has the right, a to an environment that is not harmful to their health or well being and. b to have the environment protected for the benefit of present and future generations through. reasonable legislative and other measures that, i prevent pollution and ecological degradation. ii promote conservation and, iii secure ecologically sustainable development and use of natural resources while promoting. justifiable economic and social development, The major non tariff trade barriers that inhibit building and the construction trade are prescriptive or.
deemed to comply building codes and standards To address this issue the World Trade. Organization WTO has included Clause 2 8 in the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade. WTO 1997 which states that Wherever appropriate Members shall specify technical regulations. based on product requirements in terms of performance rather than design or descriptive. characteristics, SANS 10400 A 2010, Introduction continued. Cognizance of the constitutional imperatives and World Trade Organization requirements have. been taken into account in the revision of SANS 10400. The National Building Regulations do not purport and were never intended to be a handbook on. good building practice They set out in the simplest and shortest way possible requirements to. ensure that buildings will be designed and built in such a way that persons can live and work in a. healthy and safe environment There are other aspects of a building that might affect only the. comfort or convenience of people but these are not controlled by the National Building Regulations. Market and economic considerations will obviously also limit the degree to which these matters can. be considered in the design of a building It is important therefore that entrepreneurs designers. and building owners should be aware that the mere fact that a building complies with the National. Building Regulations does not necessarily indicate that it is a desirable building. There are many aspects to be considered and the relative economic worth of each should be. related to the final cost of the building Professional designers are trained to take these matters into. account and can be expected to do so without any obstructive and possibly inhibiting and. inappropriate control by the Regulations In the case where the designer of a building is not. professionally qualified there is a wealth of information on good building practice available in. textbooks and from organizations such as the CSIR the South African Bureau of Standards the. National Home Builders Registration Council the South African Institution of Civil Engineering and. various trade associations, In order to understand and interpret the National Building Regulations correctly it is important to. understand the philosophy and intent behind the Regulations One aim of the drafters of the. Regulations was to keep the number of Regulations to a minimum It was therefore decided that as. far as possible the Regulations should be concerned only with the health and safety of persons in a. building that all technical aspects should be covered by functional regulations and that the. Regulations should be written in such a way that they assist rather than impede the use of. innovative building systems and designs This philosophy was taken a step further in the current. amendment of the interpretation of the regulations by introducing the concept of two different types. of buildings to cater for different user needs and expectations. A new category of buildings category 1 buildings has been introduced in certain classes of. buildings that have a floor area not exceeding 80 m to make buildings affordable to poorer. communities The revised SANS 10400 allows choices to be made in the performance requirements. of certain attributes for buildings falling within this category Such buildings have comparable safety. standards with buildings not so categorized but may depending upon the choices exercised in. respect of particular attributes have different resistances to rain penetration deflection limits. maintenance requirements lower levels of natural lighting etc It should however be stressed that. choices exercised in respect of these buildings relate only to the performance of some of the. attributes of such buildings The nature of developments is determined by environmental and town. planning processes which are independent of such choices This should be kept in mind by any. local authority when assessing a building in terms of these revised functional regulations. In applying the National Building Regulations it will be found that in certain instances there is an. overlap with the requirements of regulations made in terms of other Acts Some of these anomalies. have been overcome by suitable amendments to other regulations but there are some regulations. made in terms of local town planning schemes that it might be desirable to retain In particular this. refers to requirements for building lines and for materials which are permitted as exterior finishings. for buildings The requirements in the National Building Regulations are there for technical reasons. but what is technically acceptable might not necessarily be acceptable for other reasons. SANS 10400 A 2010, Introduction concluded, This part of SANS 10400 sets out the different possible ways of demonstrating compliance with. functional regulations including a range of prescriptive provisions that are deemed to satisfy the. requirements of the National Building Regulations, Parts A E and U of the National Building Regulations issued in terms of the National Building. Regulations and Building Standards Act 1977 Act No 103 of 1977 and for which there are no. deemed to satisfy requirements are reproduced in Annex A All other parts of the National Building. Regulations are reproduced in a normative annex in the part of SANS 10400 dealing with the. subject matter of such regulation, Annex B provides commentary on the National Building Regulations.
Annex C discusses the philosophy behind the National Building Regulations. Annex D provides the forms referenced in the National Building Regulations. SANS 10400 A 2010, Acknowledgement, Introduction 1. 2 Normative references 6, 3 Definitions 7, 4 Requirements 9. 4 1 General 9, 4 2 Deemed to satisfy requirements 10. 4 3 Category 1buildings 11, Annex A normative National Building Regulations for which there are no. deemed to satisfy requirements 12, Annex B informative Commentary on the National Building Regulations 50.
Annex C informative Performance based building regulations and their usage in. South Africa 62, Annex D normative Forms referenced in the National Building Regulations 68. Bibliography 86, SANS 10400 A 2010, The application of the National Building Regulations. General principles and requirements, This part of SANS 10400 establishes general requirements for satisfying the National Building. Regulations issued in terms of the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act 1977. Act No 103 of 1977 and requirements that are deemed to satisfy the following parts of such. Regulations, Part B Structural design, Part C Dimensions. Part D Public safety, Part F Site operations, Part G Excavations.
Part H Foundations, Part J Floors, Part K Walls, Part L Roofs. Part M Stairways, Part N Glazing, Part O Lighting and ventilation. Part P Drainage, Part Q Non water borne means of sanitary disposal. Part R Stormwater disposal, Part S Facilities for persons with disabilities. SANS 10400 A 2010, Part T Fire protection, Part V Space heating.
Part W Fire installation, This part of SANS 10400 is intended to enable. a designers to design buildings that comply with the requirements of the National Building. Regulations, b contractors to construct buildings and their subsystems using conventional materials and. construction techniques in accordance with practices which are deemed to satisfy such. regulations and, c local authorities to establish compliance with the Regulations in a uniform and consistent. 2 Normative references, The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document For. dated references only the edition cited applies For undated references the latest edition of the. referenced document including any amendments applies Information on currently valid national. and international standards can be obtained from the SABS Standards Division. SANS 10005 The preservative treatment of timber, SANS 10082 Timber frame buildings.
SANS 10177 2 Fire testing of materials components and elements used in buildings Part 2 Fire. resistance test for building elements, SANS 10400 B SABS 0400 B The application of the National Building Regulations Part B. Structural design, SANS 10400 C The application of the National Building Regulations Part C Dimensions. SANS 10400 D SABS 0400 D The application of the National Building Regulations Part D. Public safety, SANS 10400 F The application of the National Building Regulations Part F Site operations. SANS 10400 G SABS 0400 G The application of the National Building Regulations Part G. Excavations, SANS 10400 H SABS 0400 H The application of the National Building Regulations Part H. Foundations, SANS 10400 J The application of the National Building Regulations Part J Floors.
SANS 10400 K SABS 0400 K The application of the National Building Regulations Part K. SANS 10400 L SABS 0400 L The application of the National Building Regulations Part L. SANS 10400 A 2010, SANS 10400 M SABS 0400 M The application of the National Building Regulations Part M. SANS 10400 N The application of the National Building Regulations Part N Glazing. SANS 10400 O SABS 0400 O The application of the National Building Regulations Part O. Lighting and ventilation, SANS 10400 P The application of the National Building Regulations Part P Drainage. SANS 10400 Q SABS 0400 Q The application of the National Building Regulations Part Q. Non water borne means of sanitary disposal, SANS 10400 R SABS 0400 R The application of the National Building Regulations Part R. Stormwater disposal, SANS 10400 S SABS 0400 S The application of the National Building Regulations Part S. Facilities for persons with disabilities, SANS 10400 T SABS 0400 T The application of the National Building Regulations Part T Fire.
protection, SANS 10400 V The application of the National Building Regulations Part V Space heating. SANS 10400 W SABS 0400 W The application of the Na. SANS 10177 2 Fire testing of materials components and elements used in buildings Part 2 Fire resistance test for building elements SANS 10400 B SABS 0400 B The application of the National Building Regulations Part B Structural design SANS 10400 C The application of the National Building Regulations Part C Dimensions

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