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Read: How to Properly Document Your Fire Alarm Projects

How to Properly Document Your Fire Alarm Projects

Brush up on the requirements and catch up on new additions to NFPA 72’s Documentation specifications.

Read: Cracking the 2013 National Fire Alarm Signaling Code

Cracking the 2013 National Fire Alarm Signaling Code

New requirements for total coverage, remote alarm indication, audible and visible notification, mass notification systems, and evacuation messages are among the many changes in store for the latest version of NFPA 72.

Read: 5 Crucial RF Code Changes to Protect First Responders

5 Crucial RF Code Changes to Protect First Responders

As a Campus Safety Director, know the five key code changes that have driven new technology requirements to ensure student, staff and first responder safety.

Read: Is Your Campus Doing These 3 Things to Improve Fire Safety?

Is Your Campus Doing These 3 Things to Improve Fire Safety?

October is National Fire Prevention Month. Here are three things facilities managers can do to advance fire safety and prevention.

Read: Mass Notification Systems: Critical Information You Need, When You Need It

Mass Notification Systems: Critical Information You Need, When You Need It

Imagine an emergency event occurring at a local school or office. Over the years we’ve grown to expect an alarm to sound. In a society where information and communication reign supreme, is a simple alarm enough to make us feel safe and informed as to how to respond should a tragic situation take place?

Read: Effective Mass Notification Can Influence Campus Community Response to Emergencies

Effective Mass Notification Can Influence Campus Community Response to Emergencies

The NFPA improved the requirements of the “Fire Alarm and Signaling Code” to create a meaningful and effective method for reaching its intended audience during a crisis.

Read: Improving Fire System Performance and False Alarm Reduction with Multisensor Detection

Improving Fire System Performance and False Alarm Reduction with Multisensor Detection

Multisensor detection has the potential to reduce the number of false alarms by up to nearly 40%.

Read: 7 Steps to Reducing False Fire Alarms

7 Steps to Reducing False Fire Alarms

Education, technology, regular maintenance and the appropriate discipline of pranksters are just some of the ways you can begin to address this problem.

Read: The Lowdown on Codes for Electrified Locks in Healthcare Facilities

The Lowdown on Codes for Electrified Locks in Healthcare Facilities

Complying with these code requirements, most of which also apply to schools and universities, will ensure optimal campus safety and security.

Farenhyt Fire & CO Detector

The Farenhyt IDP-FIRE-CO detector from Silent Knight senses both fire and carbon monoxide (CO), while eliminating multiple detection devices to reduce costs.

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