Fire Safety and Protection Equipment
Fire is a serious threat to the physical safety and security of any workplace. Fire protection comes in many forms, from rescue and escape equipment to fire extinguishers and firefighter gear. The fire protection needs of your company will depend on the size and type of business you have, as well as the type of emergency response plan you employ.
Take a look around your facility. Are you prepared for a fire or other emergency that would require a quick evacuation? Flashing lights, alarms and proper signage are just the first steps. You need extinguishers and other fire protection products to help suppress fires and ensure you can pass regulatory inspections. Get everything you need here.
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Do you know what type of fire extinguisher is needed at your facility and why? Join Grainger Technical Product Support Specialist and Lieutenant Firefighter/Paramedic, Kent Shea for a webinar on Fire Extinguisher Selection, Use and Maintenance. Topics include how to choose extinguisher type, what UL ratings really mean, how to use an extinguisher and much more!
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