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Stevens Institute of Technology officers rushed into the building to evacuate residents. By CS Staff · January 06, 2017

Today’s fire-rated glass systems provide an environment that is not only safe and secure, but more conducive to learning and healing. By Jeff Razwick · December 22, 2016

The campaign will educate students and provide special training for residence assistants and directors. By CS Staff · August 30, 2016

Familiarizing yourself with fire codes, conducting well-timed assessments and making the necessary repairs can make an enormous difference in limiting the impact of a fire on your campus. By Zach Winn · May 06, 2016

The program honors superior products and services for hospital, school and university protection professionals. By CS Staff · April 27, 2016

In addition to adopting various types of security and life-safety technologies, campuses must put an equal amount of effort into developing a culture of safety and wellness. By Robin Hattersley Gray · March 28, 2016

The deal marks Red Hawk’s first acquisition since being established in 2012 after UTC sold its U.S. fire and security operations to private equity fund. By CS Staff · February 27, 2016

In light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, schools, universities and hospitals can’t afford to have security that looks good but doesn’t actually provide protection. By Robin Hattersley Gray · January 15, 2016

More than 3,780 fires were ignited in dormitories, Greek housing and student barracks in 2011, up from 2,490 in 1983. By Tony Saporito · January 06, 2016

The cameras, as well as radio communications, fire systems and security alarms are monitored from the agency’s command center. By CS Staff · January 03, 2016