As of July 5, 2016, all healthcare providers must comply with NFPA 101, 2012 edition of the Life Safety Code. With the adoption of the new code, healthcare facilities are now required to perform annual inspections on all rated fire door assemblies.
Our team of trusted and respected experts have the knowledge and experience to bring innovative and sustainable compliance solutions to your healthcare or education facilities. Not only will we help you identify and assess the vulnerabilities that exist within your facilities, but we will also help train your faculty, staff, and administration.
What are the highest security risks within your facilities? Our expert consultants can help identify those risks by performing on-site security assessments to identify areas of risk and vulnerability within your healthcare and educational facilities.
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Clients We’ve Served
The re-organization and transformation of our security services team was significantly aided by the work of Compliance One.Rick R. Redetzke
I trust Compliance One to find solutions that are cost effective, technically superior, and sustainable for our organization.Walt Pullins
I want to restate my praise for the outstanding job Compliance One did with the Grosse Pointe School’s Emergency Plan. It was well thought out, comprehensive, and easily understood. [The] group has also done an excellent job with the six police agencies within the District to help all of the stakeholders be better prepared in an emergency.Bruce Smith
The safety of our students and staff is our top priority. With staff backgrounds in law enforcement and military training, Compliance One has the credentials and capability to bring together all of the needed partners in our school community. Public safety officers and teachers alike trust their guidance, and working with our administration, we developed and tested a comprehensive emergency operations plan.Dr. Gary C. Niehaus
I have had the pleasure of working with the fine folks from Compliance One on our Emergency Operations Plan and our Environment of Care Management Plan. They are very well-versed in TJC, AASC, and CMS regulations and create personalized, working documents that allows an ASC to meet every standard. Our Safety Committee utilized these documents to train staff and to review pertinent portions regularly. I have no reservations in recommending Compliance One Group to my ASC colleagues.Margaret Gallagher Acker, MSN, RN, CASC