FIRE SAFETY IN YOUR FACILITY NEEDS TO BE PROACTIVE AND REACTIVE
If you’re sufficiently proactive, you’ve got an effective storage plan for flammable liquids, corrosives, and other hazardous materials. You have the right equipment for the transfer and disposal of flammable liquids and a designated place where your team discards rags and cloths that are soaked with flammable liquids. Being sufficiently proactive also means you’re compliant with fire codes, OSHA, EPA, and NFPA standards and that you have have workable alarm systems in place that help detect smoke in the event of a fire.
Being adequately reactive means you are ready to respond if a fire occurs, with readily accessible OSHA- and UL-approved fire extinguishers that are the correct type for the class of fire that may occur at your site.
If you’re looking to increase the fire safety at your site, we can work with you to determine how to do so.