Things to know before preparing to meet NFPA Codes and materials
Before your routine Fire Marshall inspection, it is vital to know the Do’s and Don’ts of preparing to meet NFPA codes and materials that meet UL 924 standards.
Why the NFPA Life Safety inspection is important
An NFPA Life Safety Inspection, for example, is one of the final and most important building inspections in the construction process. Your building must pass a Life Safety Inspection before it can be legally occupied. While inspectors from the various trades may be present, the Life Safety Inspection is run by the Fire Marshall.
What the Fire Marshall will check for
The fire marshall is primarily concerned with fire barriers, your fire alarm system, fire extinguishers, sprinklers, emergency exit lighting and lighted egress pathways. Here are some useful tools to help comply with Exit Lighting regulations in particular, so you can pass your next fire safety inspection.