Security, Life Saftey and Business Continuity Information

by Felix Giannini, FPE, CPP

 

From a business continuity perspective the reliability of the central station monitoring service for your security and life safety systems is extremely important.  After your alarm system is installed – assuming it is installed expertly with quality parts, it should b...

Alarm monitoring has been around for well over one hundred and fifty years. Monitoring for fire alarm signals dates back to the 1850’s. The first 100 years used the basic technology of connecting the central monitoring station to each client by a pair of wires. Initial...

Their future is in our hands. It is our job to protect them.

 

As we walk our individual paths through life, we all want to be safe and secure in our homes and to be confident that when we are not home things will be ok. Maybe you think a home security system is the answ...

October 6, 2014

Fire alarms are a life safety system first, a property protection system second, and lastly a business continuity and risk mitigation strategy.  As a life safety system a "fire alarm" may contain more than just the basic fire detectors such as: smoke detectors, flame d...

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