Safety

Interior finish requirements depend first on the location of the materials, then their ratings

Healthcare Life Safety Compliance, February 1, 2009

As important as barriers in healthcare facilities are, what is put on the walls, floors, and ceilings of your building can greatly affect these surfaces’ performance in a fire. Interior finish requirements will vary by location, occupancy, and level of sprinkler protection.

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