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Superior fire detection systems

Fire does not discriminate. It is a devastating threat that can end lives and demolish profitability in seconds. To protect employees and your assets from this destructive force, select a fire detection system engineered by an All American Security Representative.

 

A Fire Detection system is similar to a nervous system for a building/house. All American Security's line of fire detection devices allows the alarm system to sense the presence of smoke, sense heat inside of a room and remotely control items like door releases and

elevators.

 

In addition to sensing the condition of the items, the system can monitor the trouble outputs of other whole systems, allowing you to create a status monitoring system for other systems within the building. Thus, you can create a sophisticated integrated system that controls the building based upon logical sequences.

 

Incredibly sophisticated, the system alerts you to a fire and lets you quickly and efficiently pinpoint the exact location of trouble and fire conditions. This provides the ultimate protection of life and property.

 

For more information on Fire Detection Systems, call 517-605-3846.

  • Smoke alarms

  • Carbon monoxide alarms

  • Fire alarms

  • Testing and maintenance

Our fire system services include:

The local fire codes may vary from business to business, but we can help you sort out the regulations and make sure that you are prepared in the event of the worst.

 

You can even call on us when you need to have the systems inspected and tested.

Keep in line with fire codes

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We pride ourselves on providing the very best customer service in the industry.

Some safety tips from the National Crime Prevention Council:

  • Know your company’s emergency plans. If your company does not have an emergency plan, volunteer to help develop one.

  • Support each other. Determine how you will help each other in the event that public transportation is down or thoroughfares are impassable. Are there employees who could temporarily house, transport, or feed other employees?

  • Know the exit routes and evacuation plans in your building.

  • Know at least two exit routes from each room, if possible. Be able to escape in the dark by knowing how many desks or cubicles are between your workstation and two of the nearest exits.

  • Know the location of fire extinguishers and medical kits.

  • Make sure there is a designated meeting location and that every employee knows what it is. Make special emergency plans for co-workers who are disabled or may require assistance during an emergency.

  • Never lock fire exits or block doorways, halls, or stairways. However, keep fire doors closed to slow the spread of smoke and fire.

  • Keep your own personal emergency supplies in a desk drawer. Consider a flashlight, walking shoes, a water bottle, and nonperishable food.

  • Contact the Federal Emergency Management Agency for information on workplace emergency kits.

  • Have a printed list of important phone numbers (e.g., your spouse’s number at work, your children’s school numbers) at your desk. Do not rely on electronic lists, such as direct-dial phone numbers and computer organizers.

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