We are proud of our contribution to helping property managers ensure fire code compliance as well as the safety of their assets.
Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) May 28, 2013
Priority Fire Equipment (http://www.priorityfire.com), trusted advisors to North America’s top property management professionals, are pleased to announce that they have won the National Bank of Canada’s 2012 SME Regional Silver Award which recognizes the outstanding achievements of the Bank’s business clients throughout Quebec.
"We are extremely honored to receive this award and are proud of our contribution to helping property managers ensure fire code compliance as well as the safety of their assets," said Priority Fire’s President, Elias Khury. “It really is a testament to our incredible team of employees, whose commitment to excellence has been the recipe for our continued success.”
Priority Fire Equipment is also proud to announce the launch of its new website, designed to help property owners and managers with their fire safety and risk management planning needs. The handy Inspection Requirements Checklists for Fire Alarms, Portable Fire Extinguishers and Sprinkler Systems provides helpful tips to avoid liability and ensure the safety of all types of properties.
Professional services firm Samson Bélair/Deloitte & Touche was tasked with carrying out the pre-selection process from among the over 8000 entries received. Selection criteria included job creation, planning, human resource management, marketing, networking, operational and financial management.
An independent jury then selected the recipients of the SME, Small Business and Agribusiness SME awards for each region of the National Bank in Quebec.
About Priority Fire Equipment Inc.
Priority Fire Equipment exists to help save lives. They protect over 1,000 companies and more than 3,000 buildings across North America. From fire alarm and sprinkler systems to integrated security systems, they help clients respond to and rectify city violations reports, while accurately forecasting their safety system repairs and upgrades. For more information, and to download our helpful Inspection Requirements Checklists for Fire Alarms, Extinguishers and Sprinkler Systems, please visit their new website.