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Articles and other information related to fire safety equipment and procedures in Illinois.

Safety Items: Is Your Condo Prepared For An Emergency?

safety Safety Items: Is Your Condo Prepared For An Emergency? As a property owner or manager, you need to realize the responsibility you have to keep your Chicago condominium tenants safe at all times. You can be held liable if something goes on in your building that puts people’s lives in danger and someone is injured or worse. Did you know that you could be held responsible for the monetary repayment for that tenant? It is important that you work with an experienced Chicago fire safety expert to make sure that your building is prepared for all emergency situations that may...
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Fire Safety Tips You Should Know

Safety Tips It is very important that as a Chicago condominium owner or HOA manager that you are aware and updated on all fire safety tips pertaining to your building. If you do not keep updated on these various safety protocols, it can lead to dangerous issues in the building or costly fines. As an HOA leader or an owner of a condo, you must make sure that you’re building is fire safe at all times. From tenants using candles or grills to fireplaces on cold winter Chicago days, your condo must be safe and secure for all involved. Whether you hire...
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Spring Fire Safety Checklist

spring Spring Fire Safety Checklist As a condominium owner in Chicago, it is very important to stay updated on the latest fire safety regulations and to ensure your building is safe. One way to do that is by making sure all your fire safety precautions are in place and working as they should every so often. Since spring is just around the corner, it’s time to do a fire safety check up on your condo. Make sure that your rental property in Chicago is prepared and fire safe with these areas in place. Check Smoke Detectors Remind all your tenants to...
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How to Store Combustible Liquids

flammable liquids A combustible liquid is one with a flash point of more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, with the flash point being the lowest temperature at which the vapors from a material will ignite. Liquids with a flash point of less than 100 degrees Fahrenheit are technically considered “flammable.” This post will cover both combustible and flammable liquids. The National Fire Protection Agency sets forth rules in NFPA 30: Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code (“NFPA 30”) to reduce the hazards associated with the storage, handling, and use of combustible and flammable liquids . For an in-depth understanding of how to store combustible...
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Tips for purchasing a security safe

security safe When you are searching for a new safe to store valuable and important items in your home, there are a number factors to consider, including the type of safe that is appropriate for the items you would like to safeguard. For example, a gun safe is appropriate for firearms but unnecessary for documents like social security cards and birth certificates. In addition to selecting a safe based on its intended use, you may want to take into consideration the following criteria when purchasing a new safe for the storage of your valuables and essential documents. Fire Rating Most safes have...
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