Have your commercial fire protection systems been checked by fire protection companies recently? Due to a lack of maintenance, approximately 44% of dry or wet chemical system failures were attributed to a lack of regular maintenance.
Between 1980 and 1984, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reported that there was existing automatic fire extinguishing equipment in nearly half of hospital fires. During 2007 and 2011, however, this number increased to 78%.
From the time period of 2006-to-2010, there were approximately 6,240 structural fires located at health care facilities to w
Fire alarm systems are mandatory in most or all structures. They are required to be installed in new construction and are required to be installed in older structures built before fire alarm systems were compulsory for all homes and buildings. It is a given that a building with some type of early warning sign or signs of a fire, as well as a sprinkler system, will reduce damage and loss of life by a good 50%. This fact alone is enough to encourage homeowners and building owners to not only install these systems, but to periodically have them inspected and maintained.
When homes and buildings are under construction, fire alarm contractors are hired to inspect the structures