This informative webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of common Life Safety Code (NFPA #101) deficiencies that are identified in long-term care facilities during the survey and inspection process. The program will provide guidance on maintaining a safe and compliant environment of care in accordance with applicable regulations and best practices.
- Illustrate real-world examples of the consequences associated with failure to develop and maintain a safe and compliant environment of care
- Identify common life safety deficiencies that are cited during regulatory survey and inspections
- Review strategies that will help ensure safety and compliance
- Briefly review new CMS Life Safety Code compliance requirements for skilled nursing facilities
About the Speaker
President, Fire and Life Safety, Inc.
Stan Szpytek is the president of Fire and Life Safety, Inc. (FLS) and a founding member of the Emergency Management Alliance (EMA). FLS is a consulting firm that provides life safety, risk management and emergency preparedness programs for providers of all types with special focus on long-term care facilities and senior services. Stan is a former deputy fire chief and fire marshal with a Chicago area fire department having served the community for 26 years and honorably retired in 2003. He is also the Life Safety / Disaster Planning Consultant for the Arizona Health Care Association (AzHCA) and the California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF). Stan regularly contributes to Long Term Living Magazine and works with several states and national long-term care associations around the nation.
Senior Living Applications Engineer
Pat Tierney is a Senior Living Applications Engineer for Dude Solutions. He conducts product demonstrations for clients, consultations with partners, researches product ideas and needs, and moderates online professional development seminars on a variety of operational management topics.
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*This program is pending approval by the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards. For additional information, contact NAB at 1444 I St., NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20005-2210, (202)712-9040, or http://www.nabweb.org*