What should I do if I have compliancy issues?
The owner of the restaurant is responsible for cooking equipment, hoods, ducts, fans, fire extinguishing equipment installed in their facility. This means the owner is responsible for the inspection, testing, maintenance, and cleanliness of the ventilation control and fire protection of the commercial cooking operation.
Contact a local fire protection company for assistance in getting your restaurant compliant, and with any questions related to COVID as it pertains to the operations and overall safety of your establishment.
Fire Systems, Inc. has decades of experience in kitchen suppression systems. Commercial kitchens contain all of the elements necessary for a fire. Fire spreads quickly over cooking surfaces and hard-to-reach areas like hoods, plenums, vents, and ductwork.
These systems must be inspected routinely in accordance with NFPA 17A. Fire Systems performs all necessary inspections and maintenance on all types of kitchen hood systems.
Commercial cooking areas cannot afford an interruption in operation caused by a fire. Insurance statistics prove that if a restaurant has a fire, it may never reopen; those that do have lost time and money in the form of personal injury treatment, equipment replacement and higher insurance rates.
Contact Fire Systems, Inc. today at 770-333-7979 or visit our website for more information on kitchen hood systems.