Fire Protection Blog
Open for business again? Many facility managers and property owners are partially or fully reopening their buildings to employees, customers, and other visitors for the first time in over a year as COVID-19 restrictions relax across the country. As guests return to your building in these early days of a post-COVID-shutdown world, there’s something those … Continue reading Post-COVID Fire Protection Tips
Homes and businesses are at most significant risk of fire over the winter months. Damaged Christmas lights, candles, fireplaces, and other hazards can quickly turn the cooler months into a perilous time. When it comes to protecting your home or business from fire over the winter, the following are nine winter fire safety tips the … Continue reading 5 Winter Fire Safety Tips
As you operate your South Carolina business from day to day, you don’t often think about the effects a fire could have on your building. However, if you’re caught by an unexpected blaze, serious property damage could occur. You might even unintentionally put the lives of your employees and customers at risk. Ensure optimal safety … Continue reading Necessary Fire Protection Services for South Carolina Businesses
Every year in the United States, about 100,000 apartment building fires break out, states the National Fire Protection Association. These fires result in about 400 deaths, 4,000 injuries, and 1.3 million dollars in property damage annually. Some of the leading causes of apartment fires include cooking and heating equipment, electrical wiring, open flames, arson, and … Continue reading Regulations for Apartment Building Fire Protection
When it comes to putting out fires quickly, reducing property damage, and saving lives, little is more effective than a fire extinguisher in the hands of a capable employee. Of course, the effectiveness of a fire extinguisher depends on its classification and the type of fire you’re dealing with. By learning about fire classes and … Continue reading What Do Fire Extinguisher Classifications Mean?
If you’re in charge of decorating the office for the holidays, you may revel in the twinkling lights and brightly colored decorations that provide a reprieve from the short, cold days of winter. While you probably go about your work routine as usual up until the end of the month, the décor is sure to … Continue reading Fire Safety Tips for the Holidays
If you think it’s impossible for a fire to ignite at your business location, consider that in an average year, nearly 3,500 fires break out in office buildings across the US. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that these fires kill four civilians, injure 44 others, and cause $112 million in property damage each … Continue reading The Importance of Fire Protection for Your Business
As the owner or manager of a luxury apartment complex, you appeal to prospective tenants by offering high-end amenities and exclusive community services. However, it’s what happens behind the scenes to ensure the safety of your residents that matters most. This includes having the right fire protection systems in place. Apartment Building Fires According to … Continue reading Fire Protection Basics for Apartment Complexes
If you own a business or manage a building in the Southeast, fire protection should be among your primary concerns. There are many instances of commercial fires, so it is always best to be prepared with proper fire safety precautions. One of your best defenses against commercial fires is to understand and mitigate your risks. … Continue reading Common Causes Of Commercial Fires
As with most safety equipment, you don’t fully appreciate emergency lighting and exit signs until you need them. They are intended to illuminate the path in a building that leads to the exit, ensuring people can tell what doors to use to evacuate safely from individual rooms and ultimately the entire building. It’s easy to … Continue reading Where Should Emergency Lighting & Exit Signs Be Installed?