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How To Prepare for a Fire Marshal Inspection

Posted on: February 23
Fire marshal inspections aren’t just to keep your building up to fire code, but they’re also designed to protect your people and your property from unnecessary harm. Be prepared to ace your next inspection and to prevent fires by following this simple guide at least once per month. Step 1:…
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Are You Opening a New Restaurant This Year?

Posted on: March 15
If you’re planning to open a restaurant this year ― either because you purchased one that went out of business or because you’re building a new one ― you’ll need to make sure you’ve added fire protection equipment to your plans. These safety measures are critical to keeping your employees,…
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How Much Does a Fire Sprinkler System Cost?

Posted on: March 31
No one wants to dwell on the damage a fire can do and what the costs to the owner of a building might be. Depending on your industry and the kind of building you have, you might want to look into fire suppression systems outside of fire extinguishers or alarms.…
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Why Are Fire Alarms So Loud?

Posted on: May 28
If you have ever been to a rock concert, passed by a jackhammer at a construction site, or heard the sonic boom of a fighter jet, you know that exposure to loud sounds can physically hurt your ears. Many people avoid loud settings because excessive noise can lead to hearing…
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Holiday Decoration Fire Safety

Posted on: December 21
Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and other December holidays are a fun time to spend with loved ones. Unfortunately, they also come with hazards that increase your risk of a house fire. With a few simple Christmas decoration safety tips, you can ensure a fire-free holiday season. Christmas Tree Safety While Christmas…
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Kidde Fire Extinguisher Recall

Posted on: December 10
If you have any Kidde fire extinguishers at your business, your equipment could be affected by a recent recall issued by the manufacturer in November 2017. The recall stems from reports Kidde has received that several of their fire extinguisher models are unsafe or ineffective to use in a fire…
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Why is Halon being phased out?

Posted on: October 29
Starting in the 1960s, Halon 1301 (halogenated hydrocarbon) became the industry standard for protecting high-value assets from fire without simultaneously threatening water damage. While Halon is fast-acting, doesn’t harm delicate assets, and requires minimal storage space, it depletes the ozone at an alarming rate and is potentially harmful to humans.…
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