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Fire Codes

Read: Alternative Fire Alarm Reporting: New Codes & New Network Security Concerns

Alternative Fire Alarm Reporting: New Codes & New Network Security Concerns

Lower costs, gain RMR, minimize liability.

Read: Get Clued in on 9 Proposed ICC Code Changes

Get Clued in on 9 Proposed ICC Code Changes

Conscientious fire systems professionals realize they not only need to keep abreast of current codes and standards but also keep their ear to the ground to be prepared when requirements change. Cut through the din of hundreds of recent proposed ICC fire code changes with this overview of those that matter most.

Read: What to Expect When You’re Inspecting

What to Expect When You’re Inspecting

Offering fire system inspections and compliance assurance not only elevates safety but delivers contractors a host of benefits. They include: increasing customer retention; uncovering upsell opportunities; making cash flow predictable and the business appealing to creditors/investors; reducing false alarms and ingratiating first responders; and increasing the enterprise’s long-term value.

Read: Fire Side Chat: How NFPA Committees Get Technical About It

Fire Side Chat: How NFPA Committees Get Technical About It

While NFPA 72 is the most widely referenced document for installing fi re system contractors, the codes and standards it contains are a distillation from a host of other influential organizations and governing bodies. Being a true professional means understanding not just what these directives are but also the how and why.

Read: How to Be a Detection Detective

How to Be a Detection Detective

An inquiry concerning a campus-affiliated residential multiple dwelling provides a launching point to explore fire system code requirements. Find out how to solve such challenges and where to turn for further guidance.

Wisconsin Implements Latest NFPA 1 Fire Code

NFPA to Host New Fire/Life-Safety Conference in Orlando

UL Identifies Non-Compliant Cable Manufacturers, Distributors

NFPA Lists Resource for 300+ Codes and Standards

Alabama Fire Marshal Accepts NTS Certification for State Licensing

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