Building Fire Hose Care Tips

Fire hoses can be a vital part of your building's safety and security system. Some hoses are meant for use by the building tenants, while other hoses are specifically placed for emergency workers. Extinguishers are available for immediate use for small fires, while a hose gives emergency workers instant access to a large amount of water without having to hook up or haul their own hoses into the building. This is especially necessary in large or tall buildings where hoses from the truck may not reach a fire deep inside the building. Read More 

Four Reasons Why Your Daycare Needs A Security System

If you own a daycare, the safety of the children should be your number one concern. There are many people who assume that daycares are very safe because they do not realize that they are not secure at all. Ensure that your staff and the children in your daycare are as safe as they can be with a security system. The following guide walks you through a few features that a security system offers that would be beneficial to your daycare. Read More 

Home Electrical Fires: Prevention Tips

According to the National Fire Protection Association, there were more than 47,000 homes that caught on fire in 2011 as a result of some sort of malfunction of failure of the electrical system. As a result, over 400 people died, over 1,500 people were injured and roughly $1.4 billion was caused in property damage. Therefore, it is crucial that you know what to do in order to prevent home electrical fires. Read More