Fighting False Fire Alarms In Facilities

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The company or institution whose fire alarm system repeatedly cries wolf will surely face hefty fines, which is intended to send management a strong message: “Get it fixed! Keep it fixed!” It doesn’t take long for the average facility manager to seek the help of a fire alarm contractor capable of doing whatever must be done to keep everyone on-site safe when it comes to fire prevention.

The need for constant care with regards to fire alarm systems in institutional and commercial spaces is an intensely important issue fueled by mandates, supported by fire codes adopted, and enforced by local government, state fire inspectors, insurance companies, and others. Failure to comply can result in unwanted alarms which can invoke fines, penalties, and sometimes non-response, not to mention the padlocking of doors in the event that the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) deems it necessary.

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