Avoid Hefty Financial Penalties from OSHA with Fire Alarm Inspection

If you run a small business, chances are you may be familiar with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), as they’re the main regulating body for enforcing workplace safety standards across the country.

Do You Know the Four Classes of Fires?

The ability to confront fires depends in part on how prepared you are to handle the various types of fires that exist.

Protect Your Day Care with an Access Control System

Most people think of access control systems as a tool for protecting facilities with highly confidential information or valuables.

Fire Prevention Measures for Automotive Businesses

A recent fire at a transmission service center near downtown Atlanta serves as a reminder that there’s no such thing as having too much fire protection.

Duluth Family Escapes Fire Caused by Grill

Last week this blog reported on the aftermath of Georgia’s recent storm, which caused fires from lightning strikes and created hazards from downed power lines, to emphasize that an Atlanta fire alarm monitoring company can help prevent injury when catastrophes strike.

The Master Code on Your DSC PC2550 Alarm is One of the Most Important Codes You’ll Ever Have

The American Alarm technician who installed this residential burglar alarm likely told you that the master code is used to arm and disarm your system.