As a business owner, keeping your employees safe on the job should be one of your top priorities. To ensure you do so, many regulatory organizations have created rules to guide you in creating a safe work environment. One of those regulatory bodies, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) guides virtually every building, service, process, and design with over 300 codes and standards.
Keeping your business fully compliant with NFPA regulations can be challenging, especially if you don’t have a background in fire safety. Fortunately, you can prepare for an NFPA inspection ahead of time and do your best to keep your employees safe.
The video here will help you learn how to meet NFPA inspection requirements so you don’t have to guess your way through them. In it, the host of a webinar shows her process for following up after inspections and preparing ahead of inspections. By following her advice, you can more easily ensure that your building is as safe as possible in the event of a fire.
NFPA inspections shouldn’t be scary. Even if you aren’t compliant immediately, you should be able to become compliant relatively quickly and without making many expensive changes to your building.