NFPA's Robert Solomon talks about NFPA 101 and healthcare code changes

Blog Post created by mikehazell Employee on Dec 13, 2011

Almost any medical process or procedure is feasible today. From heart transplants, to lung transplants to face transplants, the level of medical care and treatment is unprecedented. Codes, standards and regulations must be nimble and proactive to keep pace. While myriad changes were made throughout the 2012 edition of NFPA 101®, Life Safety Code®, several changes directly impact the healthcare and ambulatory healthcare environments. Robert Solomon, P.E., of NFPA's Building Fire Protection and Life Safety division, provides an overview of these changes.