Health Care Facility Manager's Guide to Smoke Control
Health Care Facility Manager's Guide to Smoke Control

The intent of this document is to give hospital facility managers a broad overview of historical and current smoke control systems they are likely to encounter in typical hospital facilities. The document covers where smoke control systems are and have been required in hospitals, the basics of how smoke control systems work in various types and applications, a history of regulatory requirements applicable to hospital-based smoke control, and recommendations to maintain these systems in good condition and in compliance with current national standards.

                                                                                                 

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