NSW Part H102 Temporary structures
NSW H102.1 Application of Part
NSW H102.2 Exits—Exclusions
NSW H102.3 Location of exits
NSW H102.4 Exits to be provided
Without limiting the generality of NSW H102.3—
the number of exits to be provided for a temporary structure designed to accommodate a number of persons specified in Column 1 of Table H102.4 must be not less than the number of exits specified in Column 2 of that Table in respect of that number of persons; and
NSW H102.5 Vertical clearances for exits
NSW H102.6 Curtains across exits
A flap or curtain used to cover an exit must be so designed that, when it is secured, it will not obstruct or impede egress.
NSW H102.7 Curtains and blinds
Table H102.4 Number of exits and widths
Number of exits required
Aggregate width of exits (mm)
|1-25 persons||*1-2||1 000|
|26-50 persons||2||1 500|
|51-75 persons||2||2 000|
|76-100 persons||2||2 500|
|100-200 persons||2||3 000|
|201-400 persons||3||4 500|
|401-600 persons||4||6 000|
|601-800 persons||5||7 500|
|801-1000 persons||5||9 000|
|over 1000 persons||5 exits plus one additional exit for each additional 450 persons or part thereof.||9 000 plus 500 mm for each additional 50 persons or part thereof.|
*Notes to Table H102.4:
NSW H102.8 Fabrics
Fabric that is used in the construction of a temporary structure must have—
a Flammability Index of not more than 25 in every other case.
NSW H102.9 Guardrails
A rigid guardrail must—
be provided at each end of a stepped or inclined platform, at least 750 mm high above the floor of the platform, and must extend—
in the case of a stepped platform, from the front of the first riser; and
in the case of an inclined platform, from the front of the first row of seating,
to the back of the highest platform and along the rear of that platform for its full width; and
NSW H102.10 Seating
NSW H102.11 Sanitary accommodation
Suitable sanitary accommodation must be provided at a location convenient to the temporary structure.
NSW H102.12 Projection suites
NSW H102.13 Fireplaces and heating
No fireplace or other form of heating equipment may be installed in a temporary structure, without the consent of the approval authority.
NSW H102.14 Electrical services
NSW H102.15 Artificial lighting
NSW H102.15.1 Emergency lighting levels
Emergency lighting must be provided to the areas provided with artificial lighting under NSW H102.15 and must include a sufficient number of lamps to give a minimum illumination of 0.2 lux at floor level.
NSW H102.15.2 Emergency lighting power supply
half an hour, in respect of a temporary structure designed to accommodate not more than 1,000 persons; and
1 hour, in respect of a temporary structure designed to accommodate more than 1,000 persons.
NSW H102.16 Exit signs
NSW H102.17 Fire-fighting services
Fire-fighting services and appliances must be so provided as to afford adequate protection and must be so located as the approving authority, on the advice of the Director-General of New South Wales Fire Brigades, may require.