Safety and sustainability standards for residents at the Lake Tower, Marriott Residences, Grand Marina Saigon, always take precedence. Among these, the most prominent is the highest NFPA 101 standard PPCC system in the U.S., which Marriott applies globally to its hotel projects, alongside adherence to Vietnam's fire safety regulations.
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For more details about the Fire Safety Standards at the Marriott luxury apartment complex in Lake Tower, please refer to the video clip:
A few words about NFPA standards
NFPA stands for the National Fire Protection Association, a U.S.-based national fire safety association. It's a non-profit international organization.
To date, NFPA declares nearly 100,000 members and 12,000 volunteers working with the organization, renowned worldwide for its advisory and educational role in matters concerning safeguarding both property and human lives.
NFPA implements the NFPA fire protection and control system to mitigate human casualties, injuries, property losses, and economic damages caused by fires, electrical incidents, and related hazards.
The construction standards outlined by NFPA for fire protection and control systems have been synthesized, supplemented, and refined through research and practical experience of thousands of experts across different eras. These standards have been widely acknowledged by various relevant professional organizations over time. They encompass standards for firefighting, responsiveness, and distinctive properties, ensuring that equipment and construction of facilities maintain high quality, guarantee safety, and operate efficiently to safeguard human lives.
NFPA 101 is the Life Safety Code (establishing minimum requirements for new and existing buildings to protect residents from fire, smoke, and toxic fumes).