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You can find help with CMS and state requirements, technical information about your generator, maintenance information, and operational procedures.
You are welcome to join our forum. There is no charge for access to our website for government employees. You can find explanations of the technical aspects of NFPA 110, 99, and 70 with regard to standby generators. Access our inspection and testing log, inspection handbook, and QuickCheck card.
We have over 35 years of experience working in the standby generator industry. During that time, we have written EPSS specifications and reviewed many submittals. Also, we can assist you with technical help in understanding the esoteric terminology contained in NFPA 110. Additionally, we can shed light on the manufacturers' marketing strategies.
With our years of experience in the generator industry, we will show you how to avoid common installation pitfalls. Building inspectors are beginning to take a closer look at the emergency generator installations.
We offer code workshops that will help you understand local generator codes and be more profitable by being more knowledgeable than the person across the street.
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In recent years the
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has begun to place increasing
importance upon emergency and standby power systems. This has led to a lot of
expense and confusion for owners of healthcare facilities.
I have prepared a presentation
that provides guidance for owners and operators. I make clear which
codes/standards healthcare providers are required to meet as well as how
compliance may be achieved. In addition, I cover issues such as the following:
to prepare for a CMS or State survey
your local building and fire codes work for you
steps to improve reliability and reduce costs
that you really need to know that the generator company won’t tell you
to supervise a repair
to supervise maintenance
you need to know before you buy a new generator
As a part of my
presentation I provide a summary of the discussion as well as handout materials
for your members to take home and use as reference. In addition, I remain
available to your members for consultation after the presentation in order to
assist them with problems and questions that arise after they return home.
My presentation usually
runs about two and a half hours. However, depending upon the time slot
available, I can adjust it from one to four hours.
I have been in the
emergency power system business since 1977 and have owned my own company since
1983. In the early ‘90s I began providing in-house training programs for my
industrial customers and in 2005 began codes based training programs for my
healthcare clients as CMS started enforcing NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, 2000 edition. The following is a partial list of
Health Care Association, July 2010
State Fire Marshals and DHSS surveyors, October 2010
MO City Fire Marshals, December 2010
Region VII surveyors, December 2010
workshops at Sermon Center 1/13, 2/25, 3/25/11
MO Water Dept., April 2011
Dakota Longterm Care Association, May 2011
Fire Marshal’s Assn. annual meeting, July 2011
Dakota Longterm Care Association, May 2012
State Fire Marshals, October 2012
I am available for your
organization. If you would like more information, please contact me at
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