Homes, schools and businesses around the country this year are observing National Fire Prevention Week Oct. 8-14. Now is a good time to assess the fire safety readiness of your business.
According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), fires and explosions cost businesses and schools more than $2.3 billion in property damage each year. Early detection and verification are key to limiting fire loss.
Fortunately, both detection and verification are specialties of Sonitrol Great Lakes.
In the case of fire detection strategies, these can be easily integrated with other Sonitrol Great Lakes products and services. Our central station operators can monitor signals from your facility 24 hours a day, including monitoring smoke and heat detectors, sprinkler systems and pull stations.
Our professionals can differentiate between an intrusion alarm and a fire signal, and they can promptly dispatch the proper emergency personnel to your business.
Sonitrol Great Lakes provides solutions for:
• Smoke and heat detection
• Water flow and sprinkler monitoring
• Temperature monitoring for temperature-sensitive areas such as freezers
• Elevator recall
• Voice evacuation system
• Duct detection
You can feel secure with Sonitrol’s experience.
In addition, Sonitrol Great Lakes has extensive experience with installing and maintaining fire protection systems. Designed by our National Institute for Certification of Engineering Technologies (NICET) certified engineering group to National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifications, all our fire panels are UL/ULC listed and NFPA and ADA approved. Sonitrol Great Lakes works closely with local fire departments on plan submittals, permitting and inspections, and our installation team will test and inspect your system against local code requirements.
Whether you need ongoing service of an existing fire system or you are building, expanding or upgrading, Sonitrol Great Lakes can meet all your fire security needs. Contact us to learn more.