Study reveals most Americans don't know how often they should replace their smoke alarms.
Steve Karantzoulidis · October 10, 2016
If the local authority having jurisdiction has adopted the 2016 edition of NFPA 72, I&T would be performed as per the requirements found in Chapter 14, Inspection, Testing and Maintenance.
Shane Clary · May 31, 2016
The alarm industry should keep track of these hearing dates on fire-life protection, as well as new editions of NFPA codes.
Shane Clary · February 18, 2016
Security dealers have an opportunity to appeal to customers by showcasing their knowledge of fire safety when installing alarms or other residential appliances.
Bob Dolph · February 16, 2016
NFPA Xchange allows users to search or browse information on topics ranging from fire protection systems, electrical, building and life safety, emergency response and more.
SSI Staff · February 13, 2016
If you install fire alarm systems, get better acquainted with NFPA 72 with the help of SSI columnist Shane Clary.
Shane Clary · January 18, 2016
Alarm expert Jeffrey D. Zwirn details how alarm companies can't sleep on the possibility of their company being liable for a customer's loss in the event of an emergency.
By Jeffrey D. Zwirn · December 01, 2015
When taking over an existing account, there are things alarm installers need to be mindful of about the existing system. Alarm expert Jeffrey D. Zwirn explains the importance of testing the system to prevent the company from being held liable for any emergency that the system does not properly respond to.
By Jeffrey D. Zwirn · November 10, 2015
Tech Electronics service supervisor Mark Bicknell relays tips and responsibilities for fire alarm service providers to remember.
By Mark Bicknell · October 30, 2015
What is the proper way for alarm companies to design, install fire alarm resets? Alarm expert Jeffrey D. Zwirn provides helpful tips for alarm contractors.
By Jeffrey D. Zwirn · October 27, 2015