Whether at work or at play, billions of people depend on the safety devices for buildings they enter every day to ensure their safety. Watch our video to learn more about what makes BuildingReports the most trusted name in compliance reporting.
ComplianceCenter™ is the world’s most advanced, most comprehensive web-based hub for fire and life safety compliance reporting. And best of all, it's free.
Whether at work or at play, millions of people depend on the safety devices for buildings they enter every day to ensure their safety. Watch our video to learn more about what makes BuildingReports the most trusted name in compliance reporting.
BuildingReports has the largest service member network in the country. Learn how and why these four companies use BuildingReports to increase customer satisfaction, improve inspection accuracy and efficiency, and ultimately grow their businesses.
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The Facts Behind the Numbers: Analyzing the 2014 BuildingReports Fire & Life Safety Inspection Benchmark Report
The inaugural BuildingReports Fire & Life Safety Inspection Benchmark Report examines numerous factors based on the industry's largest and most robust database of approximately two million fire and life safety inspection reports.
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In October 2014, the publisher of Building Operating Management, Facility Management Decisions and Healthcare Facilities Today hosted this informative webinar for subscribers to provide a 30-minute analysis of the 2014 BuildingReports Benchmark Report. Watch this informative presentation see what the numbers can teach us about the state of the industry, and more specifically how you stack up against the averages.