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Extinguishing Concerns: Basic Fire Safety Upgrades to Reinforce Remodeled Properties

A fire ranks among a homeowner’s worst fears – especially since just one faulty wire or improperly connected smoke detector can create a dangerous environment and potentially lead to costly repairs. 539 more words


Notifier introduces BS 7273-4 CPD course on release mechanisms for fire doors

Notifier by Honeywell has announced the launch of a new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) course for 2016-2017.  ‘Getting To Know BS 7273-4’
provides installers, integrators, contractors, consultants and end users with all the information on this important standard and how it relates to the way that doors are opened, closed and controlled by fire detection systems. 419 more words



Factory authorized dealers for Edwards Systems Technology and other manufacturers throughout New York City and Long Island. We provide job site consultation, telephone technical support and facility training. 59 more words

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BIM and Fire Safety: What progress has been made?

Five years ago, the Cabinet Office announced their requirement for fully collaborative 3D Building Information Modelling (BIM) to be used for all centrally procured projects by April 2016. 638 more words


Fire Extinguisher Signs Are Vital for Fire Emergencies in Office

Not everybody going all through your place of business would be acquainted with escape exits or fire quencher areas. Your representatives who have been working for you for a long while now might know where these things are; however you can wager that in times of a crisis, when a great many people are prone to frenzy, they would presumably disregard where the fire exit or the fire extinguisher is. 398 more words

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Fire Lookout Trees - Volunteer Fire Fighters of N.S.W.

Mick Holton from the Volunteeer Fire Fighters of New South Wales has the following to say:

We should be proud of our Aussie bush heritage and as a firefighter, I’m impressed at the way we have dealt with bush fires in the past. 169 more words

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