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NFPA requires that your fire alarm records documents be stored in a cabinet specifically designed to support both electronic media and print outs of files and documents relating to your Fire Alarm System. Typically, these records include the system's last inspection report, manufacturer manuals, service records and as-built drawings from...Read more >
The National Fire Code and Local Code Inspectors require that all emergency lights or lighted exit signs be inspected and tested at least once a month. This test must include a 30 second test of the lights. How do you do this? Most emergency lights or exit lights have a small...Read more >
The CDC estimates that approximately 400 people die from unintentional CO exposure in their homes each year in the United States. The same data indicates that another 307 people are transported to the Emergency Department of their local hospital each year for symptoms related to CO exposure. The good news...Read more >
Did you know that if a fire should start in your home, you could have as little as two minutes to escape? In the event of a fire, early warning from a working smoke alarm plus a pre-planned fire escape plan that has been practiced regularly can save the lives...Read more >
What is PFOA? (PFAS) and Polyfluoroalkyl substances are part of a large family of man made chemical that are found in a variety of products commonly used in products such as non-stick cookware, waxes, paints and cleaning products. It has been determined that two of these substances, PFOA (Perflurooctane...Read more >
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