The 2016 edition of the NFPA 72 Fire Code contains the up to date definitions that are in keeping with advancements in technology and processes. By adopting the changes in the updated NFPA 72, fire alarm system designers and contractors can avoid confusion with the proper installation, use, and operation of today’s systems.
Category: Emergency Preparedness
Although this infographic from Vulcan Fire Training is geared toward the hotel industry, its fire safety lessons are applicable for any facility that hosts a large number of people and wants to be prepared in the event of a fire emergency.
A natural disaster or other emergency can be catastrophic for an organization. Is your workplace emergency plan in good shape? Check out our infographic for 7 steps to make sure you’re prepared to keep your workers safe and your business secure when the unexpected happens. 7 Steps of Workplace Emergency Planning by Safety.BLR.com
One of the most important tools for preventing workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities at any facility is a hazard assessment. Situations are analyzed to determine the risks they pose, and then employers and facilities management professionals decide how best to control those risks. Unfortunately, one increasingly common hazard has thus far defied our ability to […]
The tragic explosion of fertilizer-grade ammonium nitrate at the West, Texas, distribution facility in April 2013 has had a powerful impact on the direction of the EPA’s implementation of the Clean Air Act’s Risk Management Program (RMP, CAA Section 112(r)).
Will your facility be ready when disaster strikes? This infographic outlines some of the potential risks and steps you can take prepare for potential emergencies at your facility.