In 2014, the City of New York passed legislation that requires all newly constructed high rise buildings to be built with an FDNY Auxiliary Radio Communication Systems (ARCS) and have it tested regularly. An ARC System provides a dedicated communication medium for the First Responders while responding to the emergency in that particular building.
Regular, monthly testing of an ARC System ensures that the communication systems work exactly as they are designed. Therefore, the FDNY conducts routine inspections of your ARC System to ensure it functions as designed.
According to the City of New York, property managers should schedule daily inspections of the unit by on-site professionals.
The FDNY also completes an annual inspection requiring an annual certification. There is also the 5 year re-certification process for the entire radio system. Failure to comply might lead to violation fines and fees. The City of New York also requires that a licensed individual oversees the testing process.
This professional must hold a Certificate of Fitness issued by the FDNY. This person oversees the testing process and holds the prerequisite skills pertaining to New York City’s Fire Code, Building Code and the standards that are applicable to each ARCS test.
Receiving a Notice of Violation from the FDNY for non-compliant systems can become a tedious issue to resolve. The best way forward is to get it right the first time.
To assist with this, we test your systems the same way the Fire Department would. Should we discover any problems along the way, we work with you to resolve these before the Fire Department completes its own test of the system.
As questions and concerns arise along the way, our team is ready and willing to answer them. Our goal is to help you feel as confident about your systems’ passing of the inspection on the 1st attempt.
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When it comes to FDNY ARCS inspection professionals, we have a dedicated team of professionals who are focused on earning your business, earning your trust and being your ARCS partner for the inspection, testing, installation and repairs of these systems.
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Our commitment to excellent service earned us a reputation as one of the most reliable, thorough and responsive FDNY Auxiliary Radio Communication System (ARCS) inspection specialists. Contact our office today for a Free Quote.
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Every building is unique and there are several different types of extinguishers that can be used. Some are intended for homes and businesses, while others are designed for factories or commercial kitchens. We are happy to provide you with the information necessary to choose the right extinguisher for your building.
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