Keeping healthcare facility safety equipment and alarm systems compliant

September 26, 2016

Hospitals are intended to be a place where people get well, so a fire is a healthcare facility manager's worst nightmare, according to an article on the HC Pro website.

Properly maintained fire protection equipment reduces the risk of loss, but there are many things that can make equipment noncompliant.

Fire code violations can include anything from improperly installed equipment to a missed service date. 

Periodic testing, inspection and maintenance are crucial to guarantee the equipment will function properly in the event of an emergency. 

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