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SSI Staff · November 20, 2014 · The proposed ordinance requires that CO detectors be installed within 10 feet of any area used for napping or sleeping, and that one detector be installed for every 1,000 feet of sleeping or napping areas.


June 06, 2010 · Increasingly, states and local jurisdictions are mandating the installation of carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. Alarm professionals therefore must not only comply with the industry’s most recent product standards, but understand the differences among various new requirements.


April 30, 2010 · Increasingly, states and local jurisdictions are mandating the installation of carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. Alarm professionals therefore must not only comply with the industry’s most recent product standards, but understand the differences among various new requirements.


By Al Colombo · February 29, 2004 · In last month’s “Fire Side Chat,” we discussed the dangers associated with carbon monoxide (CO) in the workplace and the home. We also talked about CO detection and some of the considerations that fire technicians and


SSI Staff · December 22, 2014 · Fire Department officials release carbon monoxide safety tips after firefighters near Sacramento are dispatched in response to a home alarm.


November 29, 2007 · System Sensor, a manufacturer of fire detection and notification products, has released a white paper on system-connected carbon monoxide (CO) detectors to remind security dealers, installers and distributors that CO system notification appliance circuits are ...


November 29, 2007 · System Sensor, a manufacturer of fire detection and notification products, has released a white paper on system-connected carbon monoxide (CO) detectors to remind security dealers, installers and distributors that CO system notification appliance circuits are more reliable when they adhere to UL's life-safety supervision requirements.


SSI Staff · December 04, 2014 · The effort to improve life safety in commercial and residential dwellings follows an incident in which carbon monoxide sickened 21 guests at a Maine resort in February.


September 29, 2009 · Montana joins a growing list of states requiring carbon monoxide (CO) detectors in apartments, condominiums and other ...


January 31, 2004 · Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning is one of the most serious toxic gases encountered in society today. In fact, hundreds of people are killed and seriously injured each year because of CO in the workplace and the home. In this and


November 04, 2005 · Most homes and residential buildings in Massachusetts will now be required to have carbon monoxide (CO) detectors under a new law. Known as "Nicole's Law," it requires residential structures with enclosed parking or heating equipment to have CO detectors.


October 11, 2007 · A new Vermont law is requiring all apartments and condos to have hard-wired carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. The use of battery-operated CO detectors in the dwellings will no longer ...


October 11, 2007 · A new Vermont law is requiring all apartments and condos to have hard-wired carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. The use of battery-operated CO detectors in the dwellings will no longer meet law requirements.


April 30, 2009 · Each year an estimated 15,000 people in the United States are treated for carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning and 500 die from its effects. When I read about the death of Amanda Hansen, a 16-year-old West Seneca, N.Y., youth who died of CO poisoning, it made me realize ...


April 30, 2007 · Fire alarm systems are basically used in four different ways: to detect fires, respond to the manual activation of a fire alarm device, monitor signals from other fire-related systems and alert the building occupants to evacuate the building, and to alert off-site authorities so they may respond to the situation.




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