New ScanSeries Releases Available in November
Updates Android and iOS include new features and improvements, including support for the new DocDrive Plus add-on.Read More
The Clock Is Ticking on CARES Act Tax Incentives
The 2020 CARES Act offers revised tax rules incentivizing some facilities to take on fire and life safety initiatives, including sprinkler retrofits.Read More
Leveraging Technology During Reopening for Disinfection Efforts Related to COVID-19
SafetyScan from BuildingReports enables facilities to track and report on PPE and disinfection efforts.Read More
Are Nurse Call Systems Part of Your Regular Testing & Inspection Program?
Technology can help you avoid communication issues in healthcare environments – as long as that technology is working correctly.Read More
What's New in BuildingReports & ScanSeries - May 2020 Updates
Check out the details on the latest website and mobile application changes.Read More
Inspector's Boot Camp, a leading training resource for the Fire and Life Safety industry, has announced 2015 dates for it's week-long Basic Fire Alarm Inspection Training in Aiken, SC:
- May 18-22, 2015
- September 14-18, 2015
- November 9-13, 2015
Dedicated to enhancing the value of inspectors through education, certification, and quality hands-on building inspection training using the latest inspection tools and technologies, graduates of IBC represent some of the leading service providers of building inspections.
BuildingReports today announced the release of ScanSeries™ version 1.7 for iOS.
The latest version of the popular fire and life safety inspection application includes several enhancements:
- iOS 8 Compatibility: For Apple iPhone and iPod Touch devices, the update provides compatibility for iOS 8. Once the update is downloaded, users can install the latest version of the Apple operating system at their discretion.
- Service Summary View: The same useful "Service Summary" section found on inspection reports is now available to inspectors using SafetyScan ; the new view provides a quick overview of the device types and services performed of devices that have been inspected so far.
Technical Advantage: Latest inspection tools provide reliable front-line defense against emergencies
According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), in 2001 there were more than 85,000 nonresidential fires resulting in direct property loss estimated at over $2.4 billion. To mitigate the sizable risk, organizations such as the Automatic Fire Alarm Association (AFAA) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) have long advocated a balanced approach. That is to say, rather than relying simply on fire detection (i.e. smoke alarms) or suppression (i.e. sprinklers and fire extinguishers), that builders and facility managers leverage both in coordination with each other.
As a sponsor of the 51st American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) Annual Conference and Technical Exhibition August 3-6 in Chicago, Illinois, BuildingReports provider event goers with an early glimpse at healthcare facility compliance performance. The data and analysis are based on data from the inaugural Fire & Life Safety Inspection Benchmark Report.