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Life Safety Code Documents for Behavioral Health Care

March 28, 2011

About the Life Safety Chapter

The New “Life Safety” Chapter—What It Applies to and How Organizations Can Comply with It
The Joint Commission requires health care organizations to comply with the Life Safety Code®* to help
ensure fire safety. In the Life Safety Code, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) specifies
construction and operational conditions to minimize fire hazards and provide a safety system in case of
fire.

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The Life Safety Code Statement of Conditions

Completing the Statement of Conditions™
One of the primary goals of the “Life Safety” (LS) chapter is to offer a straightforward way for
organizations to navigate the Life Safety Code®, also known as NFPA 101-2000.* This National Fire
Protection Association (NFPA) document specifies construction and operational conditions to minimize
fire hazards and provide a system of safety in case of fire.

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Statement of Conditions PFI Change Request

Plan for Improvement (PFI) Change Request and Equivalency Request
To accurately respond to your Statement of Conditions™ (SOC) request, the Standard Interpretation
Group (SIG) Engineers need you to follow the following submittal process. (All references to the Life
Safety Code (LSC) are to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 101-2000 edition.)

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