NFPA

Read: NFPA: Smoke Alarms Need Replacement Every 10 Years

NFPA: Smoke Alarms Need Replacement Every 10 Years

Newly redesigned Nest Protect smoke alarms last a decade and represent a sometimes overlooked and overdue upgrade opportunity for installers.

Read: Do Your Customers Know When to Replace Smoke Alarms?

Do Your Customers Know When to Replace Smoke Alarms?

Study reveals most Americans don’t know how often they should replace their smoke alarms.

Read: Quell Any I&T Qualification Concerns

Quell Any I&T Qualification Concerns

Chapter 14 of NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code, is the only chapter that is retroactive.

Read: For the Alarm Industry, 2016 is Chock-full of NFPA Code Talk

For the Alarm Industry, 2016 is Chock-full of NFPA Code Talk

Keep an eye out for the following hearings and new proposals that may affect your business.

Read: Security Pros Can Boost Sales by Showcasing Fire Safety Knowledge

Security Pros Can Boost Sales by Showcasing Fire Safety Knowledge

Make sure your customers know the facts about house fires and smoke alarms.

Read: NFPA Xchange Online Portal Aims to Keep Stakeholders Up-to-Date on Latest Codes, Standards

NFPA Xchange Online Portal Aims to Keep Stakeholders Up-to-Date on Latest Codes, Standards

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.

Read: Fire Side Chat: NFPA 72 Requirements for Installing Gas Detection Systems on Fire Alarms

Fire Side Chat: NFPA 72 Requirements for Installing Gas Detection Systems on Fire Alarms

SSI columnist Shane Clary dives into the details of NFPA 72.

Read: How Alarm Companies Can Protect Themselves From Potential Litigation

How Alarm Companies Can Protect Themselves From Potential Litigation

Neglecting to arm your company against liability presents too much of a risk to all that is at stake.

Read: Alarm Installers: Don’t Allow Yourselves to Inherit Another Company’s Problem Through Negligence

Alarm Installers: Don’t Allow Yourselves to Inherit Another Company’s Problem Through Negligence

Alarm expert Jeffrey D. Zwirn explains why it’s important for alarm installers to perform initial testing on the existing system to prevent liability if it doesn’t work properly.

Read: How Service Providers Should Deliver Quality Fire Alarm Service

How Service Providers Should Deliver Quality Fire Alarm Service

Tech Electronics Service Supervisor Mark Bicknell relays tips and responsibilities for fire alarm service providers to remember.

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