LA HFSI

LA Fire Code Section 57.113.09 Mandates Fire Safety Training for ALL Hospital and Convalescent home Employees. Hospital employees must take 6 hour training course every 4 years.

Mission
To ensure your facility staff have thorough knowledge of emergency response procedures and understand how to apply them in your particular health care setting.

Description
HFSI staffs only the most experienced instructors who have been teaching fire/life safety curriculum for a minimum of 5 years and each holds a current "certificate of fitness to instruct" issued by the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Our instructors have certified over 13,000 students. They all have numerous years of experience in hospital environments with both building engineering and safety backgrounds. All have had extensive experience & knowledge regarding the requirements set forth by the Joint Commission, CMS & LAFD. They have participated in many on site fire/life safety inspections as related to AHJ (authority having jurisdiction) inquiries into suppression systems, alarms & the building utility systems that support the fire/life safety program, such as generators, battery operated lighting, fire dampers, etc.
Our Director has functioned as inspection readiness surveyor at multiple LA County facilities in an effort to ensure each location was prepared for upcoming inspection an AHJ's. You & your team will benefit from this vast "hands on" type experience with fire/life safety programs in healthcare settings. Our personal experience with these types of activities in one of the largest hospitals in the country (LAC+USC Medical Center) will benefit your team by ensuring they obtain detailed information on what to expect & how to respond should they become involved in a fire.

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