ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS
CONCERN: Architectural and Engineering firms usually have in-house fire safety expertise, but often lack Gas Detection, Leak Detection, and Life Safety expertise.
SOLUTION: When designing a Life Safety / Hazardous Material Emergency Alarm System, our unique 15-step approach ensures code compliance from the start.
Our system drawings include electrical and mechanical schematics and equipment details, interlocks to other systems, the sequence of operations, system alarm matrix as well as emergency power/battery load calculations.
CONCERN: Business owners understand how they use the hazardous materials on site, but often lack knowledge about the Life Safety requirements contained in the Building and Fire Codes.
SOLUTION: Ino-Tek takes a Proactive Compliance approach – recognizing that securing building permit approvals in the first instance saves both time and money while assuring facility and occupant safety.
BUILDING CODE OFFICIALS
CONCERN: If a building has already received its Certificate of Occupancy, the building may or may not notify the building official at the time of facility upgrades and repurposing. This results in a situation where CO has been granted based on one use but the operations have evolved without oversight or reinspection. Sometimes, Building Officials only learn about the presence of hazardous materials in the aftermath of an incident.
SOLUTION: Ino-Tek audits submittals and Hazardous Materials Opinion and Reports (HMOR) to ascertain whether they are complete and accurate. By supplying this level of information, building officials can quickly perform plan reviews and provide building permit approvals with minimal delay.
Ino-Tek fills a GAP for each of these communities by leveraging
our broad experience working with hazardous materials safety.
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