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Fire Detection

Read: New Fire Safety Products Displayed at The 2017 NFPA Conference

New Fire Safety Products Displayed at The 2017 NFPA Conference

This summer’s NFPA Conference featured lots of new fire safety products from vendors in the industry.

Read: Fire-Rated Glazing Can Improve Campus Security

Fire-Rated Glazing Can Improve Campus Security

Here’s why more and more security professionals are considering fire-rated glass.

Read: Fire-Rated Glazing Keeps Your Campus Safe from Fire Beautifully

Fire-Rated Glazing Keeps Your Campus Safe from Fire Beautifully

Today’s fire-rated glass systems provide an environment that is not only safe and secure, but more conducive to learning and healing.

Read: Explore the Stanley Healthcare Experience Center

Explore the Stanley Healthcare Experience Center

The video shows Stanley Security’s products in a simulated hospital environment.

Read: Could This Robot Be Your Next Campus Security Guard?

Could This Robot Be Your Next Campus Security Guard?

Here’s one robot that scans its environment to identify motion and signs of fire, smoke and gas leaks.

You Don’t Have to Be an Expert to Maximize Your College’s Passive Fire Protection

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.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Heroes Maribel Garay and Angel Marren

Spotlight on Campus Safety Heroes Maribel Garay and Angel Marren

A charge nurse and transportation employee from Temple University Hospital doused a fire in a patient’s room.

Read: Red Hawk Acquires System Sales Corp.

Red Hawk Acquires System Sales Corp.

The deal marks Red Hawk’s first acquisition since being established in 2012.

Read: Drones Pose Problem for Firefighters Battling Wildfires

Drones Pose Problem for Firefighters Battling Wildfires

A local fire department spokesman said drones created a dangerous situation for firefighters as they tried to contain wildfires July 17.

Read: Louisiana Fire Marshals Will Use Surveillance Cameras to Solve Arsons

Louisiana Fire Marshals Will Use Surveillance Cameras to Solve Arsons

The Louisiana Fire Marshal’s Office will use a $15,000 grant from State Farm to install video surveillance cameras to solve arson cases.

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