NFPA Door Inspection Requirements: Are you up to Code?
The 2010 adaptation of NFPA 80 & 101 regulations require that all fire-rated doors in your healthcare, government, commercial or school facility are tested for functionality annually and that a written inspection record is kept on file. In addition, NFPA 80 & 101 require that the person responsible for inspecting the doors has the knowledge and understanding of the operating components of the door.
Training & Education are Crucial for Door Inspectors
How do you determine if the person inspecting your doors is “knowledgeable and has the understanding of the operating components of the door”? Training and education are crucial when considering who is best qualified to inspect the fire-rated doors in your healthcare, school, government or commercial facility.
IKORCC fire door inspectors are not only trained to inspect doors, they have also taken the extra steps to earn their Door Safety Inspection Certification. This certification means they’ve taken over 40 hours of door inspection training and passed a rigorous certification test.
Why IKORCC Door Inspectors?
Our certified IKORCC door safety inspectors have the ability to inspect your facility’s doors and make any necessary repairs – saving valuable time, money and most importantly ensuring your facility is compliant with NFPA 80 & 101 regulations.