Does Your Emergency Communication System Meet the New Rules?

Assess your risk and develop a plan with these guidelines.

Emergency Communication

Significant changes were made to the National Fire Alarm Code in 2010, 2013 and 2016. Our free whitepaper, MNEC NFPA 72 (also known as the Fire Alarm and Signaling), outlines how to develop an Emergency Response Plan to meet the new requirements.

The code affects more than fire alarms; notification also applies to emergencies created by weather (hurricanes), environmental accidents, plant explosions, earthquakes, terrorism and shootings. Vocal alerts, visible signals, text and graphics all need to be employed to provide real-time information and instructions to everyone in a building, area, site or installation.

The whitepaper describes the:

  • 6 questions to complete so you can develop a system
  • 4 key criteria any plan must meet
  • 3 parts of system implementation and their functions
  • Overview of the 2010, 2013, 2016 changes

This whitepaper is a must-read for building owners, facility managers, engineers, architects and designers. You’ll also find it valuable as an occupant who simply wants to make sure the necessary steps are in place to protect you in the event of an emergency.

Download your free copy today.

Does Your Emergency Communication System Meet the New Rules?

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