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Slave Lake Fire 1 Year Later Residents Scared – Fire Prevention Plan

May 18, 2012 Last year there was a wild fire that broke out at Slave Lake in Alberta. The fire destroyed 40% of the town and residents are still scared. CBC News reported that many residents’ lives have been effected...

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Last year there was a wild fire that broke out at Slave Lake in Alberta.  The fire destroyed 40% of the town and residents are still scared.  CBC News reported that many residents' lives have been effected due to loss...

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There has recently been an important product recall on the Gems 3100 Pressure Detectors/Transducers. Anyone currently using this product is to stop using it ASAP so as to prevent injury or death.   It is also prohibited to re-sell a...

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Heat Fire Detectors - Early Fire Detection for Life Safety Types of heat detection include thermal, infrared and linear heat. A heat detector, whether fixed-temperature or rate-of-rise, or linear, is an excellent device for early fire warning. A heat detector...

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Active Fire & Safety Services Fire Safety Blog Archives - Fire Equipment, Prevention, Protection February 1, 2011 - CASA Update on Antifreeze Systems - From NFSA e-Tech Bulletin - Update on New NFPA Antifreeze TIA Proposals The Tentative Interim Amendments (TIAs) to NFPA...

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Combination Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detector Carbon monoxide smoke detectors are a fantastic dual-action device that can protect your family, your tenants or your employees from lethal gas and smoke hazards. These units typically come battery-powered for residential units, and...

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