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Fire inspectors have an important checklist to complete when performing fire safety inspections. Since these requirements vary by state, business owners and managers will need to become familiar with individual state fire codes, ordinances, and standards, as well as how to comply. These fire codes exist to tell businesses what requirements they must meet, what types of equipment they must install based on a structure’s size and usage, and how they are to install required equipment.
Some types of businesses require more frequent fire safety inspections than others. Most companies receive a visit from the fire marshal once a year. Places of public assembly, such as restaurants, theaters, nightclubs, and even hospitals, however, need more frequently inspections. Buildings such as high-rises are required to adhere to extremely stringent fire code requirements, due to high occupancy and complicated egress for those on higher floors. For a building’s owner or manager, fire inspections may seem like a periodic nuisance. But, fire safety requirements offer valuable benefits to employees, managers and owners alike:
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