Every fire extinguisher has different uses, we’re going to discuss what type of fire extinguisher you should use for your company. Over the last few decades, it has become more apparent that workplaces require several different types of fire extinguishers rather than the standard Class ABC extinguisher. The only problem is that not all companies have…

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Although every year there are more and more people signing up for fire safety training, there is still a lack of fire safety awareness in the world and not enough people have been trained on how to properly deal with fires and what precautions must be put in place. Now, there is far more to…

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Roy Holcombe, Assistant Chief at Holly Springs Fire Station has spent a little over a week laying out bottled water and loading up tables with snacks and chips at his fire station. Someone stops in at least once a day to ferry the supplies to the base camp at the Table Rock Wesleyan Camp and…

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As at the 18th of November, over 90 percent of the mail ballots from Santa Cruz County had been counted. The initial reported results do still stand. According to Gail Pellerin, County Clerk, staff would be putting in time this weekend in order to finish the process of counting and canvassing. Still to be counted…

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Darien Police Department officials have confirmed that one time trustee and the Treasurer for the Board of the Tri-State Fire Protection District, Michael Orrico, was facing charges related to him not disclosing that he had a vested interest in the company, Fire Service Inc. when completing the Economic Disclosure Statement that he was required to…

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According to Peter Yeo of Garden Grove’s Popcorn Home Shopping Store, he was approached by someone who was impersonating a fire department official and given a form to sign. According to Yeo, he signed the form in good faith, never suspecting that this was a scam.   Yeo didn’t think much of it – he…

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The smell of delicious home cooked turkey, your special pumpkin pie, the game playing on the TV, festive music, friends and family visiting to enjoy a sumptuous meal are some of the cherished Thanksgiving Day traditions. Unfortunately, disaster can strike at any time. Officials from the Fire District of Chino Valley have given the following…

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Northwest Rogers County firefighters were sent out to fight building fires late at night last week on Wednesday and Thursday. According to Mat Shockley, the Fire Chief, a building used for the storage of farming equipment was destroyed first in Talala. The call came in just before 9 o’clock on Wednesday night and Collinsville Rural…

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We’re going to take a look at some of the widely-unknown facts about fire extinguishing that could save your life. A lot of people have a very basic understanding of fire extinguishers and while they might seem simple at first, they’re not the easiest things in the world to use. Not only do you have…

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Knowing how to prevent electrical fires is incredibly important, we’ll be showing you how to prevent commercial buildings from electrical fires. Electrical fires are one of the most dangerous types of fires that we may encounter. Unlike other fires (e.g. fires caused by paper, cloth, or gasoline), you can’t put an electrical fire out using…

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