Are Your Emergency and Exit Lights Working Correctly?

Posted: February 4th, 2020

A building emergency such as a fire can be a chaotic experience for people – emotions run high and everyone is sent into panic mode. That’s why emergency and exit lights need to be kept in top shape, in order to guide people to safety quickly and effectively. Regular testing of your emergency and exit […]

What Should Be Inspected During Annual Fire Safety Inspections

Posted: October 2nd, 2019

Fires happen at an alarming rate, with the official figures only further emphasizing just how important it actually is for businesses to have strict fire prevention and safety measures in place. Such measures have been embraced by Canada, the United States and many other countries all over the world, because there is no safer way […]

5 Key Components Of An Emergency Exit Plan

Posted: September 4th, 2019

You never know when an emergency will happen. This is why you have to plan in advance and have an emergency exit plan in place. Simply having exit signs and an alarm system isn’t enough. People have to know what to do and who to follow when the worst happens. During a time when it’s […]

How To Limit False Fire Alarms

Posted: August 1st, 2019

False fire alarms are not only annoying, but they waste the time and resources for your local fire department. The good news is there are ways to help limit these false alarms. While some false alarms may still happen, they’ll occur much less frequently. Taking the time to do this can prevent costly fines and […]

5 Tips For Better Fire Extinguisher Placement

Posted: July 1st, 2019

Simply having fire extinguishers is a great first step to keeping everyone safer in the event of a fire. However, if they’re not easily accessible, they may not be useful at all. This is why fire extinguisher placement is so important. Knowing exactly where to place your fire extinguishers could mean the difference between stopping […]