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JULY 2016
 

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CRANBROOK SCHOOL DISTRICT ADOPTS NEW BUILDING LIFE SAFETY REPORT FORMS!

Cranbrook, British Columbia - School District 5 (Cranbrook) has adopted our Building Life Safety Report Forms.  Their maintenance staff joins a growing community of dedicated professionals who recognize that detailed inspection and testing documentation will enhance life safety and help service improvement.

 

CARBON MONOXIDE IN THE HOME!

Pawcatuck, Connecticut - The Westerly Sun published an interesting article about what you should do if your home’s Carbon Monoxide detector happens to go off.  The story, by Jane Perkins, a Captain with the Watch Hill Fire Department advises NOT to open your windows and doors.  Leave the premises and call your local Fire Department.  Read more about the dangers of Carbon Monoxide in the home and what you should do here:  http://www.thewesterlysun.com/opinion/columnguest/9034907-154/what-to-do-if-detectors-give-alarm-for-monoxide.html.

 

KAREN MCDIARMID APPOINTED AS THE NEW MANAGER OF THE ASTTBC FIRE PROTECTION PROGRAM

Surrey, British Columbia - Karen McDiarmid has been appointed as the new Fire Protection Program Manager at ASTTBC.  Bob Furlong continues to be involved in an advisory and stakeholder liaison role.

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