Training from the experts!!!!
FFP has been providing kitchen hood exhaust system cleaning and training for over 20+ years. We are certified through the CNHCA and adhere to all NFPA Standards.
Each year, well over 10 thousand structure fires are by commercial and industrial food service establishments, resulting in extensive property damage. A large portion of these fires originate in the cooking area and into the exhaust system. Keeping a cooking and exhaust area grease-free and fire-safe can protect you from fire damage.
A regular maintenance program for your kitchen exhaust system will ensure a safe cooking environment.
A safely working system that is functioning at it's at peak performance will be cleaner, cooler and more productive for you and your the staff.
With 20+ years experience FFP School has built a reputation with it's customers for creating and maintaining fire-safe kitchen exhaust systems. We clearly understand the importance of a properly maintained kitchen exhaust system and what it means to your business. We also help make sure you’re always in compliance with the latest industry codes and regulations.
FFP is proud to be a leader in the kitchen exhaust hood cleaning industry. and training. Our certified kitchen exhaust hood cleaners and inspectors are in compliance with NFPA 96.
As a professional certified kitchen exhaust system maintenance and repair company and certified inspector, we maintain professional certifications in Tennessee that allow us to deliver the highest level of service in the premium venues, restaurants, grocery stores and destinations.
Our certification ensures that our company and your new hood cleaning company has gone through the rigors of in-depth training and testing on NFPA 96 code standards, OSHA safety codes that pertain to our industry and the latest and most efficient and effective methods to thoroughly and correctly clean the entire exhaust system.
Fire Code NFPA 96
NFPA National Fire Protection Association The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is the governing body providing the minimum codes of standards for the kitchen exhaust cleaning industry via the NFPA 96: Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations.
NFPA 96 reflects industry best practices that maximize protection of operators, building occupants, and property for preventive and operative fire safety requirements intended to reduce the potential fire hazard of both public and private commercial cooking operations.
What does NFPA 96 address? Provisions cover the design; installation; operation; and inspection, testing, and maintenance of the full spectrum of cooking equipment, hoods, grease removal devices, exhaust duct systems, fans, fire suppression systems, and clearance to combustibles.
The 2014 NFPA 96 is the current code providing clarification on requirements for certifying technicians to ensure that equipment is maintained by qualified providers. Today more than ever exhaust hood cleaners require quality methods for maintaining grease-free exhaust systems to keep facilities protected from grease fires. (NFPA). There is another revision coming out in 2017 so make sure you are aware of any changes that might effect you.