Top Five Fire Violations 2016-2019

Top Five Fire Violations 2016-2019

Since March of 2020, many of the fire and life safety inspections normally conducted by The Washington State Fire Marshals Office were suspended by the state agency that licenses the facility (primarily Department of Social and Health Services & Department of Health) in compliance with the proclamations issued by the Governor. It is anticipated that […]

NASA’s images from space show the full, devastating extent of the West Coast wildfires

NASA’s images from space show the full, devastating extent of the West Coast wildfires

A pyrocumulus cloud over the August Complex Wildfire, with infrared overlay on September 9, 2020.  Copernicus Sentinel/Sentinel Hub/Pierre Markuse NASA’s Aqua captured this image of a huge number of wildfires that have broken out in Oregon. Some began in August, but the majority started after an unprecedented and historically rare windstorm that  swept through the Cascade foothills […]

COVID-19    |   Impact on                            Fire/ Life Safety Systems

COVID-19 | Impact on Fire/ Life Safety Systems

Current stay at home orders implemented by Governer’s Inslee and Brown are having an effect on everyone, but it’s more critical now than ever, to ensure your building Fire alarm & Fire sprinkler systems are being maintained in accordance with NFPA. Stakeholders in agreeance, fire/life safety systems must be maintained The Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ), […]

Take the “Blindfold Challenge”

Take the “Blindfold Challenge”

Are you looking for a team building exercise for your next employee meeting? Look no further than this challenge. Turn off all the lights in your office, blindfold everyone at their workspace and put on some relaxing music for about 10-minutes. Encourage your employees to relax and take a break. Let them know this is a team […]