Fire Safety

7 Ways to Avoid Grill Fires

7 Ways to Avoid Grill Fires [cherry_sharing networks=”facebook,twitter,googleplus,pinterest,linkedin,tumblr,stumbleupon,reddit”] Summer means lots of fun, family bonding, vacationing and the best part? The food! Grilling is inevitable in summers. Sure, this activity is almost as harmless as a fly, but can turn dangerous very quickly. This summer, when you gear up to bring your grilling A-game, be Read more…

11 Fireworks Safety Tips

11 Fireworks Safety Tips [cherry_sharing networks=”facebook,twitter,googleplus,pinterest,linkedin,tumblr,stumbleupon,reddit”] Fireworks in July symbolize our freedom. We all gather together to celebrate, maybe have a cookout and enjoy some fireworks. Although their colors and amazing patterns are attractive and the activity itself is exciting, it is vital to keep fireworks safety in mind every step of the way. Thousands Read more…

Top 5 Fire Types and How to Extinguish Them

Top 5 Fire Types and How to Extinguish Them [cherry_sharing networks=”facebook,twitter,googleplus,linkedin,stumbleupon,reddit”] Incidents where a fire spreads is not only dangerous for you and your building occupants, but can also cause serious damage to the facility. If a fire occurs, you should be equipped with the appropriate extinguishing products for all fire types, in addition to Read more…

5 LinkedIn Groups All Facility Managers Should Join

5 LinkedIn Groups All Facility Managers Should Join LinkedIn is an essential social media platform where employers and employees can connect with one another and stay updated with the latest news and events to further their individual interests. The social media website also proves to be excellent for researching and verifying information about potential candidates for hiring Read more…

This Week is Fire Prevention Week

NFPA’s Fire Prevention Week The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) kicked off their annual Fire Prevention Week on Sunday, October 9 to promote home fire safety. [embedyt] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GY52vS1s2Ec[/embedyt] Every smoke alarm has an expiration date: What’s yours? The NFPA urges all residents to know how old their smoke alarms are, and to replace them every 10 years Read more…