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Sound Anchors Save Lives

sound-anchors-thumbNumerous OSHA regulations and ANSI and ASTM standards require operators of suspended equipment to attach their primary working lines and backup safety lines to independent, sound anchorage points.

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Securing Your Leased Property

professional-servicesSafety and security are central concerns for every landlord. Landlords of commercial and residential property have legal responsibilities to ensure the safety of their tenants.

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Fire Alarm Systems Can Now Report to Cellular Lines

firealarm-thumb2The requirements for fire alarm signaling have been will defined by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 72 National Fire Alarm Code.

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Maintain Fire and Life Safety Systems to Prevent Damage, Injury, Death

fire-alarm-thumb Imagine cutting the service budget for systems that are not only required by law to be inspected at least annually but are installed to protect property and life from fire.

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New Technologies in Emergency Call and Life Safety Make Installation Easier

emergencywire-thumbNow, advancements in wireless technologies have made installing emergency call and life safety systems an easier undertaking.

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Building Owners Responsible for Safety of Window Cleaners

windows-thumbSafety is the most important factor when any suspended maintenance work is being performed.

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Technological Changes in Fire Alarm Systems Require Upgrades

firealarm-thumbFire alarms can wear out or become antiquated to the point that they are simply too difficult or impossible to repair or even find parts for.

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Fall Protection: Accidents Leave Building Owners Liable

roof-thumbThe last thing a property manager, building owner or contractor wants to hear is that an accident has occurred at one of their buildings.

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