A fire can cause severe damage to business equipment, materials, and structures.  Here are three tips to help.

Assess the risk of fire hazards : 1. The National Fire Protection Association offers handbooks and other publications on the fire safety code in place for businesses. If your local government offers it, a visit from a fire marshal is a great step for your fire prevention plan. 2. Have fire protection equipment: If you have an automatic sprinkler system in place, this will provide primary fire protection for your business. Standard fire safety practices call for smoke detectors and fire extinguishers on every floor. Your best bet is multipurpose extinguishers, which will douse most small fires with ease, without shorting out your electronics.  3. Protect your people: Make sure your employees know what to do if there’s a fire, including calling 911 immediately. Conduct a fire drill at least once a year to keep employees aware of your workplace fire safety protocol.   A&A Fire and Safety Company can help you create a fire prevention plan.  Call TODAY! 501-834-5353