1. 10 Most Flammable Items In Your Office Part 1

    Things that Can Set Your Work On Fire At your work, you can’t afford distractions. You have a strategy and a plan for how you want your day to go; things have to get done and you don’t have time to lose! But, when a fire alarm and a sprinkler system go off, it doesn’t matter what you are doing, you have to leave the building. Office fires are not to be ignored. Fire incidents should be taken…Read More

  2. Commercial Fire Sprinkler Systems Can Save Employee Lives

    How Commercial Fires Start Between 2004 and 2013, commercial building fires accounted for over $2 billion in damages. Fire is an incredibly destructive force and it can cover a large area in very little time. But, how do commercial fires happen? Residential fires are a little more common, being that some homes have fireplaces and electrical problems. But, shouldn’t commercial buildings be well-p…Read More

  3. What to do to Prepare for a Fire

    It is no secret that lately there has been a lot more fire-related incidents. Fire is a dangerous and uncontrollable disaster than can happen when we are least expecting. Fire can occur naturally, such as wildfires; or accidentally, such as leaving the stove on. Fire can also unfortunately happen intentionally, often committed by ill-intended arsonists. The point is, fire is sometimes unpredictabl…Read More

  4. What To Do If You’re In An Unfamiliar Place And The Fire Alarm Goes Off

    It’s one thing to have an evacuation plan for your own facility, but it’s quite another thing to be in an unfamiliar location when the fire system sounds the alarm. Perhaps you’re a salesperson or service technician onsite at another place of business, a shopper in a mall, or just a visitor dropping something off. If this ever happens to you, you may find it bewildering and disorienting, and…Read More

  5. Is Your Fire System Inadequate, Or Will It Keep You Safe?

    Be grateful that you live in the 21st century, where we have the infrastructure, engineering capability, and scientific knowledge to build fire protection systems into our buildings. Given the fact that we spend most of our lives indoors, it’s a good thing we’re not still living back in the days when a building could catch fire and burn to the ground in minutes. Fire protection systems are ind…Read More

  6. Do You Have A Written Procedure If Your Smoke Detectors Go Off?

    Someone burns popcorn in the breakroom microwave and the smoke detectors go off. Someone else leaves a candle burning on their desk when they leave for lunch, and it causes a small fire, but no one is injured and there is minimal property loss. Having your smoke detectors go off is a major hassle in a commercial building, above all when you are in a situation where your security system automatical…Read More