Currently, Life Safety Project has received the NFPA Certified Hazard Recognition Specialist (CHRS) certification. By the National Fire Protection Association, to be a Certified Hazard Recognition Specialist is to know the fire and life safety concepts, and meet the standards, of the 2015 edition of NFPA 101 Life Safety Code. One of the goals of NFPA CHRS is to promote professional development through continuous learning, which is exactly what we seek to do at Life Safety Project. To receive this certification, it is the candidates responsibility to obtain knowledge and expertise of certified fire and life safety code, and to provide the evidence of competency in fire service and safety.


What does having a NFPA CHRS certification mean?

This means that Life Safety Project recognizes the fire and life safety code and it’s best practices, and can proficiently use NFPA codes and standards. Some topics that are covered in this certification process include general requirements, means of egress requirements, protection, building services, and building rehabilitation. Life Safety Project is recognized amongst its peers for this certification, and can be known as credible since the certification even further validates our specialized awareness of fire and life safety.


For Life Safety Project

For Life Safety Project, having the responsibility to obtain this certification, and now having received it, proves our wisdom of the 2015 edition of NFPA 101 Life Safety Code. For that matter, our entire familiarity with the life and fire safety concepts covered by the NFPA. Confirming the completion of this specialist program adds to our array of certification programs we have enlisted in and therefore completed, obtaining the knowledge required for optimal design. At Life Safety Project, we are NFPA certified, which documents our expertise of fire systems safety and design, and we vow to take your fire/life systems safety design very seriously.