It’s crucial that owners and managers seek out fire protection measures designed to deal with any particular threats a building may face.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) April 20, 2017
An April 3 article on NBCLosAngeles reports that it took over 170 members of the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) to battle a blaze that raged through the ductwork of a food processing plant located on South Compton Avenue in the Central-Alameda neighborhood of Los Angeles. The fire began while an unknown number of workers were inside the facility and may have been related to a gas leak. While all inside were able to safely leave the building, the future of the 400 workers’ jobs at the plant is not known at this time. An L.A.-based fire safety consulting firm, Fire Protection Group, Inc., notes that fires can threaten lives and livelihoods, and it’s crucial that owners and managers seek out fire protection measures designed to deal with any particular threats a building may face.
The firm notes that no two buildings are ever exactly alike and, very obviously, facilities differ greatly in terms of the kind of work being done in them and the risk of a fire. That’s why it’s extremely important to take a highly detailed look at any and all factors that could increase the risk to lives and property. Obviously, food processing companies, for example, face unique challenges because of the need to cook, heat, and refrigerate foods. Restaurants may also face similar challenges, while some types of manufacturers may also need to use extreme heat to melt down and mold products. Other types of businesses may not need to generate massive amounts of heat, but may have very large electrical requirements which can also greatly increase the risk of a fire.
Fire Protection Group, Inc. notes that the job of protecting a business property of any type is best performed by a team of highly experienced professionals who understand fire protection from all of its many angles, and who understand how to implement all the tools of the trade, from fire sprinkler systems to alarms, fire escapes, and much more. The firm notes that its team is led by a noted author and expert on fire protection, George Saadian, and that it also includes two noted LAFD veterans: retired chief Al Hernandez and Captain Bob Holloway. Between the three of them and the rest of the firm’s staff of highly experienced fire safety professionals, the firm states that it is able to provide the expertise necessary to minimize the risk of a fire at all times.
Interested readers who would like to learn more about Fire Protection Group, Inc. are invited to call the firm at (888) 251-3488. They can also visit its website at http://www.firesprinkler.com/.