NEC (2023), NFPA 99 (2021), and NFPA 101 (2021) Codes Toolkit

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Item #: ELEST009
Price: $325.50
  • Description

    Access the requirements for creating and maintaining safer healthcare occupancies with this cost-effective toolkit featuring three essential NFPA® codes.

    It is critical to better protect people and property in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, and other healthcare environments from fires, electrical incidents, and other hazards. This toolkit provides three essential NFPA publications offering comprehensive requirements for building and life safety.

    This exclusive offer provides you with the NFPA codes you need at a 20% discount and includes:

    • NFPA 70®, National Electrical Code®, Softbound, 2023 edition — The benchmark code for electrical safety, the NEC offers consensus requirements for residential, commercial, and industrial installations. The 2023 edition is reorganized and features significant revisions and additions to modernize the code and make it easier to use. From designing, installing, and inspecting electrical systems to working with the latest technologies, you need the new NEC to help ensure compliance.
    • NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities Code, 2021 edition — This vital code for the healthcare industry provides a framework that accounts for the risks posed to occupants—rather than the type of building—to define safety requirements. NFPA 99 offers safety provisions for healthcare facilities, materials, and appliances, including medical gas and vacuum systems, electrical systems, gas equipment, and features of fire protection.
    • NFPA 101®, Life Safety Code®, 2021 edition — The most referenced and widely used document for requirements for occupant safety, NFPA 101 covers everything from alarms, smoke barriers, and sprinkler systems to special hazard protection, means of egress, and emergency lighting. The 2021 edition offers a flexible approach to help ensure building and life safety that adapts to new construction practices, materials, technologies, innovations in design, and nontraditional uses of buildings.
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