If you have a question about an interpretation of NFPA 101: Life Safety Code® or NFPA 99: Health Care Facilities Code now is the time to ask. The National Fire Protection Association’s Health Care Interpretations Task Force (HITF) is gearing up to answer questions on these two important codes affecting health care facilities. The HITF was created in 1998 to help reconcile different code interpretations that can arise when various parties view the codes in different ways. Questions should deal with the NFPA 101 and 99 documents themselves, so questions such as “When will CMS adopt the new edition of the Life Safety Code” won’t be answered. Questions should be formatted so that they can be answered with a simple yes or no, such as this question asked in 2011: Is it the intent of 101, 2000 edition, section 22.214.171.124, to require every sleeping suite to have access to an ‘exit access corridor?’ (The answer is yes.) Check out previous examples of HITF interpretations for more information. If you have a question, please e-mail it to ASHE’s advocacy team at email@example.com by May 1.