Practicing Safety Culture Saves Lives

Safety Standards

Adhering to safety standards has real-world consequences. Organizations such as NFPA, OSHA, and NSC exist for this reason. Marmic ensures our technicians receive appropriate certifications on fire safety components and are updated on changes to safety codes.

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Marmic Safety Standards

Safety is our mission, and it’s much more than a slogan. It’s the foundation of our culture and community, serving our purpose of commitment and leadership in all preventive and fire protection circumstances.

Whether your business requires installation, education, inspection, fire equipment, and more, we exist to keep your facility running in its top form. Explore our certifications and safety services list to learn about educational efforts to protect the public.

Safety Codes and Standards


The NFPA is devoted to fire protection codes and standards. It is an internationally recognized organization whose members support fire suppression technologies.

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Our NICET certification guarantees that every technician’s knowledge and skill are current and thorough.

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OSHA sets and enforces safety regulations for workers in concert with the federal government. It evaluates work environments, accidents, and injuries.

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NAFED-certified members align their efforts with the mission to improve quality while increasing fire protection.

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As an ally to OSHA, NSC brings workplace safety tools, data, and training to employers and workers, fostering a safety culture.

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ACHC is an international accreditation program for the health care industry which has stringent safety requirements for very good reasons.

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MSHA regulates safety in all mining activities, above and below ground, where fires are considerably more hazardous.

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