Though we serve customers across the USA and overseas, a lot of our clients are located in California. Each state has its own fire code which sets specific regulations and best practices to prevent property damage and injuries due to fire or explosion. It also highlights rules to manage the storage of materials that could be a fire hazard and establish individuals’ responsibility in fire prevention.
The California Fire Code, also referred to as CFC, is in addition to all federal regulations related to fire prevention and suppression. For instance, there is the International Fire Code which tells what the minimum safety guidelines should be for all buildings. All of these codes are frequently updated via amendments.
What does it mean for you?
It is the building and /or business owner’s responsibility to understand and follow the California Fire Code and all other fire safety regulations. If you operate a business or own a building, it is of the utmost importance that you have everything in place to comply with, not only the CFC, but all other fire codes that apply to your location.
It is difficult to navigate through the various codes but we are here to help you. We cannot tell you about building construction code but we can help you with basic fire safety requirements such as fire extinguishers locations and types, fire suppression systems, proper fire related signage, and more.We are writing this short article to assure you that our trained team is here to assist you. We are just a phone call away at 800-498-FIRE (3473). Do not wait until a fire happens, contact us today!