How to Keep Your NYC Building Compliant
Your complete guide to complying with NYC regulations for Emergency Action Plans (EAP) and Fire Protection Plans (FPP)
If you’re a commercial building owner in NYC, there are numerous regulations you need to be aware of and in compliance with in order to keep your buildings running. The FDNY can show up unannounced, at any time, for an annual inspection and walkthrough. Will you be ready?
You need a complete understanding of both Emergency Action Plans (EAP) and Fire Protection Plans (FPP) in order to avoid costly fines, or worse, business closure. A record of non-compliance may impair your ability to sell or refinance your property. Any changes to your floorplans such as new tenant construction whether minor or significant, need to be verified and filed with the FDNY.
In this e book, how to keep your NYC building compliant, you’ll learn:
- Which buildings require an EAP or FPP to be filed, based on certain criteria (# of stories, # of occupants, etc)
- When you need to update your EAPs and why
- How to file with the FDNY correctly
- A faster and more cost-effective way to comply, file and update your floorplans
Download the ebook now and learn everything you need to know to keep your building in compliance immediately, and avoid the risk of costly fines and violations.