Tag: Fire Safety
The clean agent fire extinguisher uses electrically non conductive FK-5-1-12 agent and is safe for use in spaces as small as 40 cubic feet.
Routine inspection, testing, and maintenance (ITM) is a critical part of a facility manager’s role when dealing with extreme weather.
Ebike and electric scooter use is on the rise, and the fires associated with them are posing a potentially deadly challenge for facility managers.
The new design from AGF integrates sight glass and relief valve drain into a single fitting, combining the best of 3011A and 3011ASG.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has authorized the use of federal funds to help with firefighting costs for the McEwan and Tunnel Five fires burning in Washington.
Whether you're planning a renovation, retrofit, or new construction, there are many considerations when choosing materials for a fire sprinkler system.
E2S reveals a line of warning signals with SIL1 and SIL2 compliance, which can be used in both hazardous areas and safe area applications.
With the right fire detection systems, buildings can avoid costly and potentially life-threatening fires before they start and spread.
Learn how BlazeMaster® fire sprinkler systems can save money on installation for new construction or retrofits while reducing long-term maintenance expenses.
The ProRox PS 680 Insulation incorporates fire resistance technology to provide cost-effective fire performance for critical plant piping.
A closer look at the fire and life safety considerations for construction, alteration, and demolition projects.
International SOS offers companies advice on how to best protect their people and ensure business continuity during wildfire season.
New Honeywell communications systems and bi-directional amplifiers (BDA) provide scalable solutions to support first responder emergency radio connectivity.
The Model 5900 Flood Eliminator is an attachment that prevents broken auxiliary drains from flooding a facility. It is designed to allow condensate water to collect normally in a standard drum drip.
Whether it's a public water supply, tanks, and other source, here are considerations to examine if a water supply will be sufficient for a facility.
The UL Classified and CSFM Listed line of Waste-Safe wastebaskets will contain a fire without burning, melting, or collapsing.
Modern building codes and standards are the foundation of fire adapted communities, helping to reduce risk and increase community resilience from all hazards including wildfire.
Research highlights factors that have reduced loss since the America Burning report was released in 1973, and areas where work is still needed.
These three issues are among the timely topics the National Fire Protection Association has addressed recently, with a virtual event on June 22 to delve deeper.
Are you emphasizing a culture of safety during construction, alteration, and demolition projects?