1. Two firefighters approach a smoky building. Photo by Benjamin Kerensa on Unsplash.

    COVID-19: Essential Information For Firefighters

    We rely on firefighters to keep us safe from emergencies, but in the midst of a global pandemic, it’s uncertain if anyone can completely protect themselves from the rapid spread of COVID-19. Crisis or no crisis, many emergency response professionals must continue working on the front line, putting themselves and those around them at an increased risk of contracting coronavirus.  Firefighters ar…Read More

  2. What You Should Know About Heat Detectors

    It’s easy to take being a human being for granted. We absorb information through all of our senses all the time, and all that data passes into an incredibly intelligent and efficient brain that makes sense of that data and interprets to us whether there’s danger involved or not. For example, if the room is filling with smoke, we’ll not only be able to see that smoke, we’ll also be able to …Read More

  3. Fire Protection Tips You Wouldn’t Have Thought Of

    Fire can be one of the most devastating things that can happen to your company, and it’s worth putting some thought into the ways you can protect yourself and your assets from the damage that fire could cause to your business. Of course, the first thing you should think of is to ensure that your facility has in place a viable fire protection system. MLN Fire Protection specializes in all the ser…Read More

  4. What You Should Know about the Texas Commission on Fire Protection

    If you own a company or manage the building maintenance for a commercial building in Houston, you probably take it for granted that there are firefighters standing by, ready to spring into action if your place of business were ever to catch fire. It’s probably not something you think about very often, but the safety and security of your employees and property depends heavily on these people who …Read More