USPA Hosts Exclusive Seminar on Fire Codes in Long Beach, NY

USPA Hosts Exclusive Seminar on Fire Codes in Long Beach, NY
Fire Watch Services in Long Beach, NY: Join Renowned Fire Safety Expert, Brian Fitzgibbons, for this Deep Dive into IFC vs Long Beach Fire Codes. Great for Property Managers in Long Beach.
Deep Dive into Fire Watch Service and Fire Codes in Long Beach: Comparing International Fire Code with Local Regulations

Long Beach, NY – USPA Nationwide Security is pleased to announce an exclusive, in-depth seminar for its clients, led by Brian Fitzgibbons, a renowned Fire Safety Expert. This seminar, titled “Best Practices in Fire Codes: International Fire Code vs. Long Beach City Fire Code,” will provide advanced insights and comprehensive analysis on fire safety protocols.

Event Details:

  • Date: December 10, 2024
  • Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Location: To Be Announced, Long Beach, NY
  • Registration:

Seminar Overview:

This seminar will explore a detailed comparison between the International Fire Code (IFC) and the Long Beach City Fire Code, focusing on crucial aspects such as fire watch services, fire protection systems, and compliance mandates. Through rigorous analysis, attendees will gain a deep understanding of fire safety regulations and learn best practices to enhance fire protection and ensure safety.

Key Topics:

  • Fire Watch Service in Long Beach, NY: Understanding the role of personnel dedicated to patrolling premises to detect and prevent fires.
  • Fire Marshal Long Beach: The authority responsible for enforcing fire safety codes in Long Beach, NY.
  • Fire Protection: Implementing systems and measures to prevent and manage fire incidents.
  • Fire Safety: Developing strategies and protocols to safeguard individuals and property from fire risks.
  • Fire Codes: Exploring statutory regulations governing fire safety and prevention.
  • Fire Protection Regulations: Specific guidelines and rules to ensure comprehensive fire safety.
  • OSHA Fire Watch: Fire watch requirements established by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
  • NFPA: The National Fire Protection Association, which sets fire safety standards and codes.

Comparative Analysis of Fire Codes:

Fire Extinguishers

  • IFC: Mandates regular inspection, maintenance, and hydrostatic testing of fire extinguishers.
  • Long Beach City Fire Code: Prescribes annual maintenance, detailed signage, and hydrostatic testing intervals.

Automatic Fire Extinguishing Systems

  • IFC: Requires installation in high-risk areas with regular inspections.
  • Long Beach City Fire Code: Specifies systems for various building types, NFPA compliance, and five-year hydrostatic testing.

Fire Detection and Alarm Systems

  • IFC: Requires systems based on occupancy and risk level, with regular maintenance.
  • Long Beach City Fire Code: Establishes a municipal alarm board, annual fees, and biannual inspections by licensed professionals.

Best Practice Insights: The seminar will highlight how both codes emphasize stringent requirements for fire safety. Long Beach’s detailed regulations, including signage, tagging, and centralized alarm monitoring, provide an enhanced level of safety. Adherence to NFPA standards and OSHA guidelines ensures a robust framework for fire protection.

This seminar is an invaluable opportunity for fire safety professionals, building managers, and business owners to deepen their understanding of fire safety protocols. By adopting the best practices discussed, fire watch services in Long Beach can achieve the highest standards of fire protection and safety.

For more detailed information on the Long Beach City Fire Code, please refer to the Long Beach Code of Ordinances.

Don’t miss this chance to enhance your expertise in fire safety. Register now at

Media Contact
Company Name: USPA Nationwide Security
Contact Person: Albina Beici
Email: Send Email
Phone: (800) 214-1448
Address:Customer Support Team Leader Fire Safety Unit (Fire Watch)
City: Long Beach
State: New York
Country: United States