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This fast-paced presentation will cover the 2012 Life Safety Code and discuss changes from the 2000 edition, including building rehabilitation, suites, means of egress, hazardous areas, door inspections, corridor cooking, decorations, and many more. Our presenter will guide attendees through these complicated standards by reviewing each chapter and explaining code references.
The key to the Life Safety Code is to start with the occupancy chapter and move to the core chapters only when directed. Learn how to navigate these standards and find items you need easier and faster than before!
Anyone responsible for compliance with the Life Safety Code, including but not limited to: CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CMOs, CNOs, Facilities Staff, Maintenance Staff, Environmental Services, Safety Officers, Compliance Officers, Regulatory Officers, Risk Managers, Quality Improvement Directors, and anyone involved in the Life Safety Code.
|- Overview of Life Safety Code chapters||- Life Safety Code occupancies|
|- Navigating the code||- Previous editions of the code|
|- Categorical waivers||- General changes in the Life Safety Code|
|- Changes to the means of egress requirements||- Changes to protection requirements|
|- Changes to building services requirements||- Changes to operating features requirements|
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