If your commercial building has a fire alarm system that was installed before 2010, then it is likely lacking built-in ECS, or Electronic Communications System, features. In 2010, the NFPA 72, or National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code, was updated to allow those with commercial fire alarm systems to choose those with these additional safety features. This is speculated to be a decision based on the recent events in the country where a room-to-room or mass communication system that could be accessed by anyone in a building could have saved lives.
24 February 2017
As a business owner, you are not only responsible for your company's financial success, but also for the safety and welfare of your employees while they're at work. Unfortunately, we live in a world where emergencies can happen at any time, from potentially violent crimes to fires. There are, however, specific things you can do to help keep your employees secure and promote a safe workplace environment. Here are six ideas:
24 February 2016
A dog is often a huge extension of your family and you want to keep them just as protected as everyone else. When setting up a home security system, it's important to keep pet safety and protection in mind. When you're not home, it's often common for dogs to use doors and access areas for going outside. Instead of leaving the areas vulnerable, you can set up multiple ways to monitor pet activity and any other suspicious activities including potential burglars, unwanted pests, or neighbors that interact with your animal.
8 January 2016
According to US News and World Report, approximately 9.3 percent of all female college students belonged to a sorority in 2012. If you or your daughter is planning on living in a sorority house, you might be apprehensive because of the fast-paced party lifestyle that is often associated with many sororities. If you're concerned about the safety issues associated with living in a sorority, such as burglaries and uninvited guests at parties, there are several ways to make the house more safe.
2 December 2015
Having your home broken into by an intruder can put you and your family at risk and disrupt your feeling of security. There are several changes you can make to your daily activities and your home's environment to increase your home's security, and some of them won't cost you any money to put in place. Here are three ways you can make your home safer. Install Security System and Cameras
17 June 2015