Protect patient safety at your health care facility by effectively applying NFPA 101, Life Safety Code requirements.
Protect patients, staff and visitors from fire-related hazards by correctly applying NFPA 101 code requirements. Follow expert advice on how to safeguard against risks in all types of occupancies and building components, including means of egress and building services.
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Become confident in complying with the most relevant NFPA 101-2012 criteria. Incorporate daily routines to stay compliant with the code requirements during installation, testing and maintenance of the equipment throughout your facility. Engage with fire-safety experts currently working in the field and gain access to resources that will set you up for success when developing your facility’s life safety program. This program addresses fire protection and prevention in all types of health care occupancies as well as building components.
What you will learn:
- Locate and apply the requirements of the NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, 2012 edition.
- Classify different occupancies and hazards.
- Describe concepts and requirements for the means of egress and extinguishment.
- Specify elements of protection and building services.
- Assemble proper documentation required during surveys.
Why should you take Managing Life Safety?
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