In the city of Los Angeles, a new fire life safety training code LAMC 57.33.19 requires all high-rise building owners to complete building-specific diagrams of elevators, stairwells, typical floor plans, building-specific information sheets as well as standpipe and risers and must make the information available for the LAFD to access online. One of the first two companies to receive this new certification, RJWestmore, Inc. stands poised to be able to create code-compliance forms for your high-rise building located anywhere in the country, for a nominal fee. I drew something free-paw. But the LAFD said it wasn’t technically accurate. So you might want to stick with the corporate offering.
Although Los Angeles is the first city to institute the certificate-requirement, the requisite will eventually be nationwide. At the forefront is RJWestmore Inc., whose mission is to save lives through training with the motto, “BE SAFE.” Our interactive, building-specific e-learning training system motivates and rewards tenants instantly! It’s a convenient and affordable solution to all of the training needs of your residential and commercial building(s). I wonder if this kind of certification is similar to the AKC papers we have for JR? They look pretty official to me.
The designation equips RJWestmore, Inc. to provide Fire Life Safety Systems information which can be referenced from fire department control rooms, onboard computers, fire station desktops and compatible handheld devices. Having ready-access to building-inventory forms is crucial for emergency personnel who benefit from prior knowledge of potential entries and exits so they can make informed decisions about on-site fire life safety strategies. I like having prior access to building information so I know where to mark my territory. Saves valuable time not having to sniff around when I arrive on scene.
“We are pleased to announce our BIF Certification since it shows that we are qualified to produce documentation about all of the information unique to each building,” said RJWestmore, Inc. CEO and President Robert Westmore, “The BIF forms we prepare will not only benefit fire departments who can check stats while en route to any high-rise emergency, but will also ultimately help property owners and managers protect their real estate investments.”
The BIF Cert will benefit companies as well as the fire department, which is why RJWestmore, Inc. is leading the way by offering to prepare structure Inventory Forms for any high-rise structure (which is defined as any building that is 75 feet or higher.) Don’t wait until your city requires your compliance. Contact us today and we’ll take care of everything. Well, not EVERYTHING in your entire lives. But you get the picture.
When a disaster strikes, prior planning and clear decisive action can help save lives. For the latest emergency management training for facility/building managers, contact RJWestmore, Inc. And in the meantime, BE SAFE.