News and Information for Public Egress, Building Safety and Government Compliance
Fire prevention and readiness is a key responsibility of all building teams. This includes not only equipping your facility with the essential hardware like smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, fire extinguishers and signage, but also ensuring all occupants are well informed in the event of emergency.
Luckily, there are plenty of resources online to help any organization adopt the industry’s best practices and keep everyone safe. The National Fire Protection Association has several guidelines for creating and implementing fire safety procedures for a variety of different building types.
The NFPA has assembled reference materials for all of the following occupancy types to account for each of their particular challenges and offer the best starting point for all building safety managers to develop plans to best suit their facilities.
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