The department is required by s. 527.06, F.S., to "promulgate and enforce rules setting forth minimum general standards" for all LP gas activities carried out under Chapter 527, F.S. Section 527.06(3), F.S., deems the published standards of the National Fire Protection Association ("NFPA") "... to be in substantial conformity with the generally accepted standards of safety..." required to be adopted in s. 527.06(2), F.S. Accordingly, these NFPA standards are adopted in Rule 5J-20.002, F.A.C. NFPA 110 establishes the national standard for emergency and standby power systems, including LP gas-powered systems, adopted by NFPA. This standard is intended to be applied in tandem with other NFPA standards, including NFPA 58, which is already adopted in Rule 5J-20.002, F.A.C. Emergency and standby power systems include generators, widely used in Florida, particularly during "hurricane season." Effective July 28, 2014, the department amended Rule 5J-20.012, F.A.C., to add an "Installer F" Specialty License, specifically for installation of generators. Adoption of NFPA 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems (2013 Edition), is necessary in order to establish the standards that will apply to generator installations and to the testing, training, and work to be performed in the state of Florida by persons wishing to be licensed as an Installer F.