b'Deemed to Satisfy ProvisionsClass 2-9 ConstructionNCC Volume 1: Section C - Fire Resistance provides the following DtS subsections:Subsections C2 and C3 focus on application design and not material selection and will not be discussed further in this document. The deemed to satisfy provisions of C1 which are relevant to material selection for internal and external wall and ceiling linings are tabulated below.C1.1 This section allocates a Fire Construction Type (A, B or C) to the building. Refer to C1.1 Type of Construction and C1.5 Type of Construction Required section below. Specification C1.1 defines non-combustibility requirements according to these construction types. Refer to Specification C1.1 Non-combustibility Requirements section below including concessions for combustible products. Specification C1.1 also lists Fire Resistance Level (FRL) requirements of the components.Refer to Specification C1.1 Fire Resistance of Building Elements section below.C1.5 For buildings of class 2,3 and 9c only - the construction can be classified as Type C Fire Two Storey Construction Construction Type if it satisfies the conditions listed in the C1.1 and C1.5 Type of Con-struction Required section below.C1.10 This section specifies the material property requirements for the floor coverings, ceiling Fire Hazard Properties linings, internal wall linings and external wall cladding. Specification C1.10 details the material testing requirements depending on if a sprinkler system is installed or not. Refer to C1.10 Fire Hazard Properties section below.Part G5 References AS 3959 which designates the requirements for each Bushfire Areas Bushfire Attack Level (BAL). Refer to Part G5 Bushfire Areas section below.C1.1 and C 1.5 Type of Construction RequiredThe construction Type is determined by the class of building (see ABCB website for class descriptions) and the rise in storeys above and including the ground level. Type A is the most fire-resistant and Type C is the least. The minimum Type of construction is determined using Table C1.1:TABLE C1.1 BUILDING CLASSRISE IN STOREYS 2,3,9 5,6,7,84 or more A A3 A B2 B* C1 C C*As per C1.5, a two storey Class 2, 3, or 9c construction may be classified Type C if:(A) it is a Class 2 or 3 building or a mixture of these classes and each sole-occupancy unit has:1. access to at least 2 exits; or2. its own direct access to a road or open space; or(B) it is a Class 9c building protected throughout with a sprinkler system complying with Specification E1.5and complies with the maximum compartment size specified in Table C2.2 for Type C construction.Weathertex5|'