Filter your results:
9 Results Found
A step-by-step guide for developing a comprehensive integrated fire protection and life safety inspection, testing and maintenance (ITM) program for health care facilities. This timely publication will support facilities managers ahead of CMS’s adoption of NFPA 101-2018 (or later), which will require integrated life safety ITM for all high-rise buildings.
The intent of this document is to give hospital facility managers a broad overview of historical and current smoke control systems they are likely to encounter in typical hospital facilities.
The American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) and Koffel Associates performed a study to investigate the hazards posed by non-sprinkler system components being supported by and/or touching sprinkler pipes.
ASHE’s “Life Safety Decommissioning Tool” breaks down a number of life safety features no longer required by code, as well as recommendations to either decommission or maintain these features.
On-Demand Educational Webinars
As deadlines approach for complying with OSHA's GHS-aligned Hazard Communication Standard (HazCom 2012), environmental health and safety (EH&S) professionals' questions are becoming tougher. To better prepare you, this session examines questions frequently asked by informed EH&S professionals regarding OSHA's adoption of GHS, the resulting changes to requirements for labels and safety data sheets (SDSs), OSHA's HazCom 2012 phased-in compliance deadlines, chemical classification, SDS authoring, and other critical topics.