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Fire Extinguishers: Lifecycle & Expiration
Fire extinguishers don’t last forever, and while all fire extinguishers do expire at some point, there is not always a set expiration date. As your first line of defense during a fire, it is important that your extinguishers are functional and well maintained.
Understanding Fire Behavior & How to Control It
Whether it occurs in the workplace, home, or elsewhere, it is easy to underestimate the unique and serious dangers fire poses to people, assets, equipment, and physical structures. A burning fire is a fascinating chemical chain reaction, and extinguishing a fire is a matter of disrupting that chain reaction. The better you understand how a fire starts—including the basic science of what components are required for it to ignite and burn—the better you’ll be prepared when you need to extinguish a fire.
AASBO 2022: Racing Towards Excellence
Last week we attended the 69th Annual AASBO Conference and Expo in Tucson, AZ. This year’s theme, Racing to Excellence, was a NASCAR super-fan dream. It was another great year at AASBO 2022!
AZ Monsoon and Fire Safety
What is a Monsoon The term “monsoon” refers to a seasonal time of year where thunderstorms are…
Environmental Mission Statement
A P Fire Protection is committed to protecting the environment, the health and safety of our employees,…
Fire Prevention Week 2021
This week is Fire Protection Week! This year’s FPW campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!” works to educate everyone about the different sounds fire protection systems make. Knowing what to do when an alarm sounds will keep you, your business and your employees safe.
Kitchen Safety: Dealing with Fires this Holiday
Keeping fire safety a priority during the merry, yet manic holidays is very important. Thanksgiving is the…
Do You Include Fire Protection Into Your Annual Budget?
The need for buildings to be safe and the systems within them to be operational is and…
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