1. What to Do if A Fire Breaks Out in Your Workplace

    Most of us lead ordinary lives. We have a job we go to every day. We drive our kids to after-school activities. We engage in our hobbies, such as running, reading, or playing board games with the kids. We relax with TV after dinner. Our days are pretty routine. However, occasionally something happens to mess with our routine. Something that can strike fear in our hearts, such as a fire breaking ou…Read More

  2. Employee Fire Extinguisher Training: How to Use an Extinguisher

    Fire Training is Essential to Employee Safety When you do anything, from driving a car to working at your job, you need training and experience to do both correctly. No one expects someone to know how to do something immediately. Normally, knowledge is achieved by learning — and learning requires lessons! Training offers a way for employees to learn many different skills ranging from work-relate…Read More

  3. What is the Difference Between Wet and Dry Fire Sprinkler Systems

    When owning a business, a commercial building, or a hospital, fire sprinkler systems are a must. Not only do they alert you of the presence of a fire, but they can lessen the damages from a fire. When a fire sprinkler goes off, the fire sprinkler heads douse the alerted area with water. In most films, such as The Incredibles, fire sprinklers are portrayed to all go off at once. Filmmakers often en…Read More

  4. Can You Install a Fire Suppression System in a Building that Doesn’t Have One?

    Fire can cause tragic loss of life and costly damage to property. If a building doesn’t have an adequate fire protection system, or doesn’t have one at all, then you could be placing yourself at risk of code compliance violations, loss of property, and even injuries or fatalities. It’s not very common any more to find commercial buildings in Houston that don’t have fire protection systems …Read More

  5. Why Your Company Needs A Fire Suppression System

    If you've ever grumbled to yourself about why you have to get someone to install and maintain a fire suppression system at your company, we don't blame you. After all, the reason you got into business was because you were excited about your actual business activities, not because you were eager to dive into municipal codes, sprinkler systems, and fire marshall ordinances. However, it is an impor…Read More

  6. Criteria You Should Apply When Choosing A Fire Suppression System Installer

    If you are building a new commercial building, office space, or other business facility in the Houston area, one of the things that you’ll have to account for is the building’s fire suppression system being well-designed, up to code, and installed with skill so that it fits in with all of the other components in the building. If you’re in the early stages of shopping for a quote and looking …Read More