Need help with your Emergency Action Plan?

Need help with your Emergency Action Plan?

An emergency action plan (EAP) is defined by OSHA as a written document with the purpose of facilitating and organizing employer and employee actions during workplace emergencies. The most common type of emergency that businesses must plan for is a fire. However,...
3 Tips on Building Security

3 Tips on Building Security

Building security has recently become one of the most pressing issues for organizations across all industries. Schools, offices, and everything in between alike must prepare for security breaches of all kinds that may endanger the occupants of their buildings. At...
Newark Apartment Fire Leads to Evacuation

Newark Apartment Fire Leads to Evacuation

A fire in a New Jersey apartment complex recently destroyed the homes of many last Tuesday. Lit candles on the third floor caused the fire when the flames caught near by combustibles and the fire spread throughout 11 different apartments throughout the building....
Primary and Secondary Fire Exit Routes

Primary and Secondary Fire Exit Routes

Creating fire evacuation maps is an essential task in maintaining the safety of your occupants. One of the most integral parts of this process is creating emergency exit routes. These are also called “egress routes.” There are a few different sets of codes...