Every year, thousands of fires occur on college campuses, and most of them are preventable. Smoking, electrical issues, and faulty smoke detecting and fire prevention equipment are among the top-rated causes for fatal campus fires. Preventative measures of fire protection, like annual fire safety inspections, are some of the ways colleges reduce the chances of a campus fire.
When it comes to your fire code and safety inspection services, the Authority Having Jurisdiction (commonly known as AHJ) plays a vital role in certifying that the fire and life safety systems in your building are up to date and up to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) codes standards.
In 2018 it would be pretty hard; near impossible, to find an industry that doesn’t have some form of a software that aids in the running of business.
The Inspect Point tagging system is an optional tool that our customers love taking advantage of. It is also, like everything, completely accessible to everyone who uses Inspect Point.
The tagging system is made easy in how it combines the workings of a common search tactic used by most people everyday through search engines or social media sites by searching key words.
Inspect Point would like to announce our integration with Socket Mobile! Socket Mobile is an external barcode scanning tool that integrates directly with Inspect Point to assist with the barcode scanning process. In our integration, you can use a Socket Mobile device to scan the barcodes of fire protection equipment. This makes it easy to identify which asset you are inspecting and saves you valuable time in the field.
The Inspect Point product team regularly prioritizes features, improvements and bug fixes to the Inspect Point platform. Here's a look at our latest release...
Have you ever stopped to wonder where fire alarm systems started, or how they started? If you have, nice! If not, well we're here to walk you through the interesting history of fire alarms from way back when to the ones you know today.