When it comes to fire protection, you never want to find yourself on the tail end of a sprinkler system that hasn’t been properly maintained. It is important that your clients know the importance of the standards and guidelines that are set by their local, regional, and national agencies. These guidelines are in place to ensure they have the best protection and that they are compliant.
The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) created a set of guidelines for testing, maintenance, and inspections. This guideline is known as the NFPA25, which is used to have a quick and successful reaction during a possible fire. You can ensure the quick reactions by knowing that your system is always ready in case of an emergency. The NFPA 25 was set in place during the 2003 and 2006 International Building Code used in 46 of the 50 states.
This guideline requires that inspections, maintenance, and tests should be completed to be sure that all components are in acceptable working condition. If there are any issues during the inspection, it is important to make all of the issues known and it is important to have a qualified inspector inspecting your fire protection system.
There is an endless amount of possibilities to the scenario, “I have not had my system checked regularly, how does that put me at risk in an emergency?” Therefore, the first items you need to look at are, what type of emergencies can I run into?
Reach out to FormLink Systems to see how we can increase the safety of your clients most valuable assets, their employees. We cannot wait to hear from you!