Category: Fire & Life Safety

Serving Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen

Serving Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen  Food brings family and friends together, especially around the holidays or during celebrations. As you prepare for all your fun family festivities, it is important to keep kitchen fire safety in mind to keep you and your loved ones safe. Cooking Can Be Costly The NFPA reports that […]

8 Fire Protection Terms You Should Know

Fire Protection Dictionary – 8 Fire Protection Terms You Should Know Whether you are looking into fire protection system installation or are just interested in learning more about fire protection, it may be helpful to know a few key fire protection terms to help communicate your challenges and needs. Here is a quick list of […]

6 of the Most Flammable Household Items

6 of the Most Flammable Household Items U.S. fire departments respond to an estimated average of 350,000 home structure fires per year, according to the National Fire Protection Association. The study shows that cooking/heating equipment are the leading causes of home structure fires, but there are many common household items that could increase the risk. […]

2021 Fire Prevention Week

2021 Fire Prevention Week On October 8th, 1871 the city of Chicago was devastated by a vicious fire that raged across the city for two days. The blaze, now known as the Great Chicago Fire, took more than 250 lives, 17,400 structures, 2,000 acres of land, and left a lasting impact across the nation. In 1925 President Calvin Coolidge responded by declaring Fire Prevention Week […]

Fall Fire Safety Tips

Fall Fire Safety Tips As summer comes to an end and the leaves begin to fall, it is time to prepare for the new season ahead. The crisp autumn air, colorful leaves, and cooler weather are the perfect recipe for some fun fall festivities. Before arranging a bonfire with family and friends, tapping into Halloween […]


WHY REVERSE PARKING OR FORWARD FIRST PARKING IS SAFER Why is Reverse Parking or Forward First Parking safer? Continue reading for the facts, the myths and why you should do it everywhere you go! Driver safety does not stop in the parking lot. In fact, drivers should be even more vigilant of their surroundings while […]

Fire Protection Budget Checklist

Fire Protection Budget Planning Checklist Having a successful budget allows you to plan out expenses, reach business goals and anticipate operational changes. Have you included fire and life safety in your 2024 budget? It may also be a good time to review last year’s inspections report to see if any deficiencies were noted. Doing so […]

School Fire Protection Budget Checklist

New School Year Fire Protection Budget Check List US fire departments respond to an average of 3,230 structure fires in schools per year. These incidents caused one civilian death, 39 injuries, and $37 million in direct property damage annually. Therefore, it is important to make fire and life safety a priority for your budget so […]

Fire Sprinkler Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance Schedules

Fire Sprinkler Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance Schedules USAFP inspects, tests, and maintains following the latest versions of NFPA. This includes fire sprinkler systems, standpipes, fire pumps, and more. Our highly trained professionals will make sure your systems stay up to date while exceeding all expectations. Check out the chart below to see what maintenance your […]

Construction Safety Week 2021

Be Present, Be Focused, Be Safe Construction Safety week is dedicated to teaching employees to prioritize physical and psychological safety while on and off the job. Each year it is important to refocus and re-energize safety efforts and remind ourselves how to stay safe. Usually, what comes to mind about safety in the construction industry […]