Water Mist System Fire Protection

Water Mist System Fire Protection

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A water mist system overview is detailed in NFPA 750, a standard touching on unique specifications that separate it from a traditional sprinkler system.
The New Standard for Parking Structures

The New Standard for Parking Structures

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The new NFPA 88A standard for parking structures is paving the way for fire protection solutions that prevent injuries, damage, and loss.
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How to Protect Your Business’s Assets

Among the most formidable threats to business assets are fire risks, which can arise from everyday sources like electrical equipment, flammable materials, and industrial operations. Due to their potential to cause significant damage quickly, implement best practices such as safety audits, inspections, and regular risk assessments to effectively protect your organization.
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Cancer Risk for Firefighters: Statistics, Protection, and More

Firefighting is a high-risk occupation that requires courage and dedication. Firefighters extinguish flames and save lives, but this job also exposes you to dangers that extend beyond the immediate threats of fire. One significant risk is cancer incidence among firefighters, attributed to being exposed to carcinogens through inhalation, dermal absorption, and ingestion.
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Understanding NFPA 409

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The National Fire Protection Association sets the NFPA 409 standard, which “helps safeguard life and property through requirements for the proper construction and fire protection of aircraft hangars used for aircraft storage, maintenance, or related activities.” It is referenced by the International Building Code (IBC), the International Fire Code (IFC), and state and local ordinances.

Warehouse Fire Protection

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Learn how to safeguard your facility in the age of automation. Incorrect material handling and lifting techniques have been a leading cause of injuries within warehouses for decades. Mega industrial warehouses, distribution centers, and logistic leaders are quickly converting to electric material handling equipment to prioritize clean emissions, increase safety, and streamline operations.