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Mac’s Safety Space: Reducing alarm decibel levels, NFPA 72 style

Hospital Safety Insider, January 30, 2008

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Mac writes in today's posting that "NFPA 72 does say that audible signaling volume can be reduced, or in some cases, eliminated" for fire alarms.



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