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Home Fire Risk Increases as Holiday Season Begins, Starting with Halloween

Posted on: July 28, 2017

Right Place for Wrong Time. Make sure your fire extinguisher is located in the right place for the wrong time. Too often a homeowner will have one, but place it somewhere in the home where a fire is less likely. When the time comes to use it, you don’t want to scramble around the house, […]

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LifeSafety Management Featured on CBS 12

Posted on: July 27, 2017

CBS West Palm interviewed LifeSafety Management about proper use and maintenance of fire extinguishers and smoke detectors.

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Consult the NFPA’s Life Safety Code for Fire Safety Guidelines – But Don’t Forget State and Local Codes

Posted on: July 26, 2017

Whether managing, building, or remodeling a structure, it pays to consult NFPA’s Life Safety Code If you own, manage, or are otherwise responsible for a building, fire safety should be a major priority. While everyone knows that safety elements such as exit signs, fire alarms, and regularly-placed fire extinguishers are important for fire safety, these […]

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Why a Building Owner Should Upgrade to an Addressable Fire Alarm Panel

Posted on: July 25, 2017

Addressable panels provide essential information to building managers, contractors, and safety personnel If you own, operate, or manage a building with conventional fire alarm panels – ones that don’t specify where an alarm or detector was triggered – you may want to consider upgrading to an addressable fire alarm panel. Unlike conventional panels, addressable panels […]

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The Changing Communications Landscape: 2G Sunset and the Future of Telephone Lines

Posted on: July 25, 2017

Make sure your building’s systems are updated so alarms remain connected to emergency services On January 1st, 2017, AT&T is shutting down service for 2G devices nationwide as it updates its entire system to more advanced 3G and 4G signals. Far from just affecting cellphones, this process, called “2G sunset,” will have serious consequences for […]

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Fire Safety in Information Technology: What You Need to Know

Posted on: July 24, 2017

Protect your company’s IT infrastructure with proper fire safety procedures and equipment Decades ago, before computers became mainstream, an organization was often most worried about protecting physical inventory and mountains of documents that were housed in various areas. But the dynamics that drive growth have changed. With the digital age, data centers have become a […]

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A Look at 5 Great Life Safety Resources

Posted on: July 23, 2017

Knowledge is power when it comes to keeping a building and its occupants safe If you own a business or manage property of any kind, understanding how to best secure your property and keep any occupants, residents, or visitors safe is a major responsibility. No matter what kind of security system or life safety system […]

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How a Full Service Life Safety Partner Can Simplify Your Property’s Operating Budget

Posted on: July 23, 2017

Learn how companies can streamline their life safety budgets by relying on one partner offering a turnkey solution As a property owner or manager, it’s critical to ensure you’re getting the best value and quality for your hard-earned dollar when it comes to selecting your service providers. And in the case of life safety, it’s […]

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The Importance of Fire Safety on Construction Sites

Posted on: July 22, 2017

Learn about the very real fire risks that exist at construction sites Fire safety should be a concern for all businesses, but it is especially important at construction sites. Buildings under construction can often be more at risk to fire. Workers may have chemicals on site that are combustible and wind can frequently be present […]

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Laboratories Using Chemicals Are Required to Have Certain Fire Extinguishers

Posted on: July 21, 2017

Keeping labs and lab workers safe with proper fire safety Laboratories that use and store chemicals are not only workplaces and educational centers, they also typically contain materials that are highly flammable, toxic, and sometimes explosive. For that reason, the National Fire Protection Association has broadened the scope in its NFPA 45 standard to include […]

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