- Dec. 13, 2012 -
NEW YORK, NY – Warshaw Group announced today that the company’s long-standing school safety inspection software will be introduced to colleges and universities across the country. Warshaw Group has provided state of the art safety and compliance products since the mid-1990s, with this latest release meeting full university safety compliance and fire safety requirements.
“We take pride in all of our products, and we continuously seek new markets that could benefit from Warshaw Group’s mobile condition assessments,”
says Director of Business Development, Michael Campbell. “Considering the numerous dormitories and laboratories under university jurisdiction, safety inspection is a top priority for sure, and we are streamlining that process.”
University Fire and Safety compliance is often regulated by the municipality or the city in which the school operates, and institutions of higher learning must comply with city codes. Cornell University (with numerous townhouses, high-rises, and dormitories)
conducts mandatory annual fire inspections after a multi-fatal dormitory fire in 1969. In addition, many universities nationwide maintain biological and chemical laboratories, each of which requires proper compliance for hazardous materials and waste, as well as safety procedures during laboratory operation.
Warshaw Group Fire and Safety Software is configurable to a school’s specific needs for safety compliance, and offers mobile execution of preexisting safety practices in conjunction with new measures for safety and fire prevention.
“While our product has a basic framework, there is room for the client to indicate specific requirements they need to meet so that we can deliver to them exactly what they need to make a difference,”
say Executive Vice President, Vince Carrozzi. “Keeping ahead of the curve when it comes to fire and safety compliance is of the utmost importance.”Photo: