Resource pages for "Life Safety"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
This three-phase centralized emergency lighting inverter is self-testing, self-diagnostic, and meets stringent design and performance specifications.
Can you tell me what the general requirements or accepted practices are for locating evac plans?
CoreFirst LLC has introduced a proprietary seismic upgrade retrofit system. Modular, steel constructed, “cartridge” style safe zones are installed into existing buildings to upgrade the ability of these structures to withstand a seismic event.
Directional sound is the latest life safety technology to be added to the disaster planning toolbox.
To help reduce earthquake risk for buildings, Arup provides damage mitigation through advanced “beyond code” techniques.
MSDS management is the most important aspect of this life safety issue.
The red color and distinctive shape of this AED case helps people find it quickly during a cardiac emergency.
Ashbury International Group, Inc. offers kits containing a three or more day supply of provisions during an emergency or disaster event.
This article on fire safety measures comes from the director of training and technical support for ServiceMaster Clean.
System Sensor has developed an online tool to help building professionals stay current on codes and legislation related to carbon monoxide detectors.
President Woodrow Wilson issued the first National Fire Prevention Day proclamation in 1920.
This article is provided by Robert E. McLean, CAE, executive director of the Photoluminescent Safety Association (PSA).
The Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) offers tips to protect a building from the damaging effects of a hurricane.
The American Red Cross and W.W. Grainger, Inc. recently welcomed Cisco as the newest participant in the “Ready When the Time Comes” corporate volunteer program.
The April 23, 1940 fire in Natchez, MS remains the second deadliest night club fire in U.S. history.
The National Fire Protection Association has revised and reorganized its standard, which addresses disaster/emergency management and business continuity programs.
In a recent nationwide survey conducted by the Society for Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE), Americans correctly identified adults age 65 and older as the most at-risk group.
This is the latest addition to the Knox Company's line of Rapid Entry System products.
Facility professionals can look to fire-rated building material labels to help select and inspect appropriate products for their buildings.
The Evac+Chair is designed to transport occupants who need assistance down stairs during an emergency event.