What Happens When the Fire Marshal has Completed the Inspection?
Different Types of Violations Warrant Different Responses
Violations of a Technical Nature
Your Fire Marshal Really is There to Help
Being cited for fire code violations can be frustrating and potentially very expensive, making it easy to view your annual fire safety inspection -- and the fire marshal that performs it -- as an adversary. Remember, though, that you and the fire marshal share the same important goals: protecting your building, your employees, and customers from fire. To the extent that you view the fire marshal as a trusted resource, you set the stage for a collaborative relationship that will make your inspections go smoother and help you meet this common goal.
If it's been a while since you've had your last fire safety inspection, take some time to prepare. Call Koorsen today to ensure all the components of your fire protection system are functioning properly and are up to date with all required inspections before the fire marshal's next visit.