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Fire Code Crackdown

Publication date:
July 26, 2019
Article Summary: 

This blog discusses a recent fire code crackdown on condominium buildings in Toronto, Canada. The author explains that the Toronto Fire Services conducted inspections of various buildings in the city to ensure that they were in compliance with the fire code regulations. The inspections resulted in several violations being identified, such as blocked exits, improperly stored materials, and malfunctioning smoke detectors. The author emphasizes the importance of building owners and managers taking the necessary steps to address these violations promptly to ensure the safety of the building's residents. The blog also includes tips for building owners and managers to maintain compliance with the fire code regulations.


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Fire Code Crackdown
July 26, 2019
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