Who is responsible for in-building radio compliance?
Building owners.

In an emergency, every second counts. For first responders, not being able to communicate during an emergency puts all at risk. Every state and local municipality requires building owners to have an Emergency Responder Radio Communications System installed in accordance with International Fire Code and National Fire Protection Act requirements. The responsibility to ensure compliance and public safety falls to building owners.

In fact, certificates of occupancy will not be issued until emergency radio coverage is demonstrated.

Solutions for New and Existing Building Radio Coverage

Reliable public safety solutions require a sound design, proper installation and maintenance. Mann Wireless is one of the nation’s first and best at bridging in-building gaps in cellular and Land-Mobile Radio communications with turn-key services including design, installation, monitoring and maintenance. Our solutions are compliant with the International Fire Code (IFC 510) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA 72).

Is Your Building Compliant? Don’t Wait to Find Out.

We work directly with building owners to achieve code required radio signal coverage for new construction and existing buildings. We can help:

  • Determine if sufficient radio signals exist in your building
  • Map out a plan for compliance and enhancement of radio signals
  • Provide installation and maintenance

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