Life Safety Solutions

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A suite of services focused on Life Safety Code compliance

Navigating the changes to the life safety rules and requirements can feel overwhelming and confusing. Our life safety services help organizations assess their current compliance with the newly adopted code requirements without operational disruptions. With experience assessing more than 300 million square feet of space, our team brings the knowledge and expertise needed to ensure you score well in your next life safety inspection and have certainty that your organization is providing a safe environment for all.

Maintaining a safe and compliant environment

We provide life safety solutions for all building types, and are thoroughly equipped to partner with healthcare organizations. As health systems throughout the U.S. are aware, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently adopted the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) 2012 edition of the Life Safety Code (LSC), as well as provisions of the NFPA’s 2012 edition of the Health Care Facilities Code. To ensure compliance, facilities management teams must track these code changes, adhere to the newly emphasized life safety directives, and make crucial decisions regarding facility modifications.

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We offer three tiers of service and deliverables to help clients achieve success:

1. Life Safety Current State

Life safety drawings review, field verification, and key findings report of current life safety for owned or leased facilities.

 

 

2. Code Review

Review and report of physical environmental conditions based on life safety codes.

3. Corrective Action Plan

Corrective action report containing prioritized deficiencies, cost estimates and recommendations for remediation.

Infographic: Achieving a State of Readiness

Request our infographic for more information on the importance of under­standing these new code requirements, as well as having the proper docu­mentation in place to demonstrate conformity to CMS compliance firms.

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