Every year, fires cause over $2 billion worth of property damage together with human casualties, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
Conducting an in-depth fire risk assessment based on current fire safety compliance codes and standards goes a long way in ensuring that such unforeseen accidents do not happen in the first place.
New regulations and compliance specifications put into effect require that properties adhere to certain standards in design and construction for preventing fire hazards.
So, does your firm have a compliance checklist in place to address fire safety concerns at your client premises? If not, how important is it to have a risk assessment guideline that conforms with up-to-date fire safety compliance rules and standards?
Compliance managers in your company can start off with a basic fire risk assessment and complete the reports. In this way, you can ensure that the fire suppression systems installed at your clients’ location operate at peak efficiency.
To help you with this, we have compiled essential information on the newest compliance codes and standards for fire safety and the how-tos of running an assessment inside this quick reference guide.
Download this guide for free to get quick insights on:
- The fundamentals of regulatory compliance
- Compliance standards and laws imposed by regulatory bodies
- Determining major compliance risk areas in your organization
- Ways to evaluate, classify and remediate non-compliance risks