Or are you leaving precious assets at risk?
Most people are aware of the damage and destruction that can be caused by fire – and because of that, many put at least some type of precautions in place to help with the prevention and/or detection of this type of disaster.
But just like other industries – such as medicine and technology – fire protection strategies have evolved a great deal over time. So, it is possible that what you have in place now is outdated, and only providing you with a false sense of security – and unfortunately, this can prove to be dangerous.
In order to keep individuals and businesses informed, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) publishes a catalog titled the NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code catalog on a regular basis – the most recent being its 2022 version.
The NFPA 72 provides the most up-to-date safety provisions for meeting the changes in fire detection, as well as in signaling and the demands of emergency communications. This catalog also offers advanced provisions for a wide range of items that have to do with alarm system requirements, including:
But just simply having this knowledge at hand isn’t enough. Rather, you need experienced professionals to put such systems in place and to ensure that they are functioning in the proper manner at all times.
Life Safety Project specializes in consulting, engineering, and designing fire alarm systems, as well as security solutions. Our highly-trained and certified NICET lll and IV project engineers use the latest software and technology for making sure that your property – and those who are in it – remain safe and notified of what to do should the danger of fire occur.
For more information on how Life Safety Project can replace a false sense of security with true means and communication methods, contact us at (561) 756-6400 or send us an email through our secure online contact form at https://lifesafetyproject.com/contact/. We look forward to helping you and your business stay safe.